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Armpits shaving or not?

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Racking

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Hello from Pennsylvania

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Relatively new here; thought I'd say hello

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Hike on Saturday

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lost art of indian manliness

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Altoids tin Manliness Kit for 12 Year Olds

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Looking into a new Profession: Electrician

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