David Arbogast
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Regular Joe replied to David Arbogast's discussion Commonly misused English words (malapropisms) in the group Philology: A Group for Verbivores
"As a francophone, I never quite understood the anglophone use of "transpire". In French, to transpire is to sweat.  ;)"
Apr 22
Jason replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Personally I'm not a fan of shaving Chest hair unless it is excessive. Back hair I can understand, I've got some on my shoulders that drives me crazy. Now best friend has been known to shave EVERYTHING. But his current girlfriend has…"
Apr 6
Tim replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"I think it's more of a personal preference and I respect that. I habitually shave my chest and stomach hair as I like the smooth look better. I don't have much torso hair to begin with and what I have grows in an irregular/asymmetrical…"
Feb 24
Nate Thallas replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"I shave my chest and torso out of habit, a holdover from my days as a male stripper. For what it's worth, I use the same razor I use for my face- a straight razor. I let it grow all last year, per my fiancé's request. I hated it.…"
Feb 20
Kevin replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"I've got a very hairy chest and a moderately hairy stomach.  None on my back.  When I first started growing chest hair at around 16 years old, I shaved it off because I thought it made me look sexier.  But by the age of 18 I…"
Feb 10
Rick Stevens replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Bob, I have hairy forearms as well and am like you.  I look forward to displaying it as a masculine attribute in the summer. "
Feb 6
Tim Dienes replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Nimoy had his shirt off on more than one episode, and I remember as a kid admiring his fur. I have a hairy chest, and enjoy it. My back has less, thankfully. If I were a "gorilla", I could see that it would be esthetically gross to some,…"
Feb 6
Tim Dienes replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Arm hair is the one place I didn't get as much as Dad had. Very manly to have hairy forearms."
Feb 6
Ricky replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Chuck de-haired himself..."
Dec 29, 2013
Carl Monster replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Ouch."
Dec 29, 2013
Carl Monster replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Eww, yea. Props to you for doing the image search. I can imagine it was a visual treat..."
Dec 29, 2013
Carl Monster replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"I am lucky to have a normal distribution of the stuff; however once in awhile I'll see a man at the pool totally hairy all over, back, belly, etc, and dark hair too. I don't find it attractive, I must admit, because it looks like it would…"
Dec 29, 2013
Carl Monster replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Hmmm..don't remember this episode. While Shatner's character ran bare chested through most of the series, Spock always kept his shirt on."
Dec 29, 2013
Drew Wood replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Good points, it does depend on the situation. "
Dec 29, 2013
Scott J replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"I can see your point on liking it both ways. And yes --- a furry flabby chest doesn't hold a candle to a muscular one. Muscle + hair is a great demonstration of the wonders of testosterone."
Dec 29, 2013
Rick Stevens replied to David Arbogast's discussion Torso Hair in the group The Shirtless Man
"Amen!!!"
Dec 28, 2013

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http://paintanalysis.biz
Interests
swimming, bicycling
Books
the bible
Music
classical, traditional hymnody
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Only what's done for Christ will last.

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At 10:57am on March 14, 2012, Stephen Larsen said…

Welcome to the group David!

At 11:25am on November 15, 2011, Davis said…
David, I still can't get the cartoon into the reply field on Bow Tie Wearers.

I've copied the image and then I can't paste it into the reply field. If I drag the jpeg into the field it works but the picture is so big I can't see anything else. I'll keep trying. Davis
At 5:27pm on August 28, 2011, Ray Baker said…
Thanks for joining the group Dave... I hope you will enjoy and participate...
At 10:43pm on August 27, 2011, Ray Baker said…
Thanks for the friend add David!  Hope to chat more soon!
 
 
 

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