Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 22, Text 12

  SB 10.22.12

tasya tat ksvelitam drstva
 gopyah prema-pariplutah
vriditah preksya canyonyam
 jata-hasa na niryayuh
Seeing how Krsna was joking with them, the gopis became fully immersed in love for Him, and as they glanced at each other they began to laugh and joke among themselves, even in their embarrassment. But still they did not come out of the water.
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura explains this verse as follows:
“The gopis were from most respectable families, and they might have argued with Krsna: ‘Why don’t You simply leave our clothes on the bank of the river and go away?’
“Krsna might have replied, ‘But there are so many of you that some of the girls might take clothes belonging to another.’
“The gopis would reply, ‘We are honest and never steal anything. We never touch another’s property.’
“Then Krsna would say, ‘If that’s true, then simply come and get your clothes. What is the difficulty?’
“When the gopis saw Krsna’s determination, they were filled with loving ecstasy. Although embarrassed, they were overjoyed to receive such attention from Krsna. He was joking with them as if they were His wives or girlfriends, and the gopis’ only desire was to achieve such a relationship with Him. At the same time, they were embarrassed to be seen naked by Him. But still they could not help laughing at His joking words and even began to joke among themselves, one gopi urging another, ‘Go ahead, you go first, and let us see if Krsna plays any tricks on you. Then we will go later.’”
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 22, Text 11
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 22, Text 13