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Lose some belly fat by Nicholas Pattingwetch - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 21:20:48 EST ID:7/M/5QbQ No.93281 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm in my mid-20s. Work in a kitchen. Play video games. Play music. Drink a lot. Do drugs. I've always been tall and skinny. In the past 5 years my gut has slowly grown into a full blown gut. How do I get rid of this bitch. I've always thought about it but hell man. I've never had to work out to maintain a skinny tall dude stature. Louis CK even has a bit about tall skinny dudes walking into parties and getting free pussy. Tall skinny dudes don't give a shit until BOOM. Your gut is huge from all the not caring.

How do I get rid of this bitch? I don't need a sixpack or muscles or anything like that. Not looking to be addicted to working out or going to the gym. I just want to get rid of the gut. What do you suggest?
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David Bozzlekack - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:11:53 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93302 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Believe it or not, alcohol calories aren't metabolized by the body in the same way regular calories are. What really kills people is eating a ton after they get smashed, because the body will prioritize getting rid of the toxic alcohol calories first and save the food calories for later, which leads to a better chance of fat depositing if you eat too much after drinking too much. In general if you moderate both alcohol and food you won't be too much worse for wear, especially if you don't eat anything after drinking alcohol.
Molly Dartspear - Mon, 02 May 2016 01:20:09 EST ID:O9AWPUgT No.93307 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Its pretty late and OP probably didn't even read this damn thread but just wanted to update that this website http://liamrosen.com/fitness.html is the one I meant to post instead of fitsticky.

Hopefully it will be helpful to any other newcomers
Eugene Drottingkid - Fri, 06 May 2016 12:59:29 EST ID:hWBIkaUE No.93323 Ignore Report Quick Reply
"beer gut" and visceral fat primarily attributed to sugar consumption. these are the two biggest factors when it comes to having excess fat around the midriff/belly

cut these two things back over a prolonged period and youll be fine. you dont need muscle, exercise and all that for this. And no, you cant chose where to lose weight through exercise nor is it necessary to. So long as your general body fat is where you want it, excess specifically in the stomach region is caused by these specific things

im talking zero added sugar if you really wanna be serious about it. drastically reduced if you wanna be "sorta" serious about it. Find out how much sugar is in the things you take for granted, honestly, these times its sneaking its way into absolutely fucking everything. sometimes its unavoidable, naturally occuring sugars (like in milk, some vegetables, etc) but quite often it is simply added as part of the flavour-base. im talking marinades, ketchup, curry sauces, cereals, supposedly "healthy" fruit drinks and smoothies and juices and such, fucking low-fat yoghurt. Start paying attention to the per-gram value of sugar in all these things and youll be blown away

sugar really is the foremost, leading cause of visceral fat. it is in everything and our body loves that, companies rely on our bodys hardwiring to crave and appreciate sugar when they churn out their gunky preservative-laden sickly products
Nathaniel Senkinneg - Sat, 07 May 2016 12:45:08 EST ID:O9AWPUgT No.93328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Sugar doesn't matter at all unless you're diabetic. The only thing that matters is calories.
Matilda Trothood - Sun, 08 May 2016 17:37:35 EST ID:7CFc1R0d No.93333 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this is only correct on some levels, and wrong on others. for a beginner avoiding sugar is one of the lowest hanging fruit

dgcfukh by Henry Pindercocke - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:09:04 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93315 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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basically laid in bed and abused dph for the last three months unemployed. any muscle from previous jobs lost.
have a "physical aptitude test" in a week for a new job.
probably one more week before it actually starts.
The last job I started I was fired at the end of the first shift for weak effort

6'4 ~175 lbs
inflamed bowel

how do I kick it into turbo mode? I have the will, just
need to know what exercises to do. like they want me to do
situps at the test but fuck those theyre bad for the back. I just need
to ABLE to do them you know. I don't have weights but I need to
be able to do squats like crazy because the job is 99% lifting shit so I
need to be able to get low low and have great leg muscles.
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Henry Pindercocke - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:12:20 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93316 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh, potatoes too. Peanuts maybe
Caroline Dorrywater - Tue, 03 May 2016 16:44:42 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just practice everything that's gonna be on the physical aptitude test. Taking everything you said into account I really don't think you're gonna make it unless you completely change your attitude and lifestyle. It doesn't sound like you have the will at all.
Graham Sallerdale - Thu, 05 May 2016 15:15:03 EST ID:k+7uMu4T No.93322 Ignore Report Quick Reply

thx u are like my little virtual shit talkin trainer

Workout campaign video by Eugene Nebbertuck - Wed, 04 May 2016 16:22:03 EST ID:3z5Fm2XU No.93319 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Check out this video promoting exercise and health for college students and millennials. This is the first part of a multi-video campaign. Looking for critique and suggestions for future content.

Emma Handerchack - Thu, 05 May 2016 01:25:31 EST ID:0ZoH0CwO No.93320 Ignore Report Quick Reply

dude... it's fucking BAD. in all ways. maybe try featuring a fit person
Henry Fandleworth - Thu, 05 May 2016 05:34:58 EST ID:uDZHW1X/ No.93321 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's pretty funny but not really good for promoting sports lol

getting bigging by Phoebe Wubblefedging - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 23:11:36 EST ID:Q1YzPv9k No.93298 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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what's the fastest way a scrawmy motherfucker like me can get decently sized

by the way i look exactly like eric forman
Priscilla Brengernot - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 23:48:24 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
honestly, GOMAD (gallon of milk a day) + SS (starting strength) to quicken the process= + all the accessory lifts you want + all the carbs/vegetables you want.
David Bozzlekack - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:05:19 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Its like I'm back on fourchan
David Bozzlekack - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:08:29 EST ID:PJI9JkTA No.93301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Anyways I mostly agree with the above but instead of making yourself puke by drinking gallon of meme a day I recommend buying a tub or two of mass gainer and having a shake of that a day, but ONLY if you're really ready to get committed to lifting weights. Otherwise you'll just gain fat. Like he said, SS is a good routine for beginners.
Fuck Cinderbanks - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:29:08 EST ID:N8OZInGP No.93303 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Skip the gallon of milk, you're just gonna get fat.

Find your maintanence calorie intake and add 500 cals to it. Get about 0.8-1gram of protein per pound you weigh.

Avoid dirty bulking. Stick to a clean bulk, 2 cheat meals a week, and find a lifting program that works for you.

Don't expect results for about 3 months. The first 6 months to a year are baby gains. But they are still gains.

You should be looking dank after 12 months of solid commitment,
Samuel Hemblestock - Sun, 01 May 2016 14:27:27 EST ID:LwDJ8sok No.93306 Ignore Report Quick Reply
work out a lot and eat a ton, eating boatloads is critical

Body Fat by Angus Clillerhork - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 03:17:47 EST ID:OMgFhhfx No.93296 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How long does it take for food / drink to be placed onto your body as actual fat? I ask this because if for example I go out and have a cheat meal and a few beers, which is about every 2 weeks, I swear the morning after there is a visible difference in my body. Less toned and more podgy; is this possible so fast and just after one 'off day'?
Edwin Nellykin - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 06:15:37 EST ID:snoV7Dg1 No.93297 Ignore Report Quick Reply
it's water weight mostly

Losing weight quickly even after lifting hard by Edward Bledgewill - Fri, 08 Apr 2016 01:16:19 EST ID:O131irfv No.93248 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I have a question maybe you guys can answer

I've been lifting hard for about 5 months. I gained about 20 pounds in that period.

Been eating a shitload and been consuming high calorie/vitamin/protein shakes.

In the last four weeks though I've been slowly losing about 2 pounds every week. It doesn't make sense, I'm lifting higher weights and going harder on my workouts. Haven't changed my diet. What do you guys think is going on?
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Hamilton Povingfuck - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:51:52 EST ID:qb8i44jV No.93274 Ignore Report Quick Reply
OP here to clarify

So I'm lifting hard as fuck now. My weights are growing up dramatically. I use this Mass Gaining powder with 1250 calories and 50g of protein and 25 vitamins/minerals. On top of that I eat a least 2-3 more 1000+ calorie meals.

That brings me up to about 3500-4000 calories with a shitload of vitamins and supplements. Everytime I work out I get 1g of creatine.

I actually have leveled off at 167 pounds flat. I was 146lbs about 6 months ago.

I've stopped GAINING! I went through a dramatic gaining period and now I've just stopped suddently. I want to keep gaining and dont wanna use steroids. You guys have probably been at this stage at some point. How did you beat it?
Phoebe Nennermone - Sun, 24 Apr 2016 16:58:09 EST ID:WUruAyIR No.93275 Ignore Report Quick Reply

OP here. I'm 19

and i exaggerated on the calorie intake. I prolly eat about 2750-3250 calories on a normal day

Martha Goodspear - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 03:33:26 EST ID:Jtdp27WX No.93276 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Its pretty normal for people at pretty much all experience levels to plateau every once in a while, you just gotta keep putting in work and avoid deloading weight. One thing that helps me is laying off a exercise for a week if I was doing it a lot and replace it with accessories, like switch bench press out for chest flyes and dips. Then when I come back to the bench I'll usually be able to hammer out a PR.

It may also be useful to physically keep track of your calories on paper or with an app just to be sure. It can be surprising how much more or less people think they're eating compared to what they really eat.
Nathaniel Peshnadge - Mon, 25 Apr 2016 23:25:03 EST ID:WUruAyIR No.93277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thanks for the advice. I've been thinking that taking a week off is probably good, maybe just doing pushups and pullups every other day. Something light.

Maybe its just improbable, but I really miss the gains on top of the strength I was getting. I crave mass, I've been skinny AF my whole life!
Oliver Congerwater - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 15:57:21 EST ID:r7rxLhAb No.93286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thw 19lbs you gained was not all muscle
and you are losing weight now

Good dirty bulk food by Jarvis Conkinhere - Mon, 07 Mar 2016 10:17:21 EST ID:I594w7Oc No.93167 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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.Old fashioned man meals. Post yours

Just ate an entire can of corned beef hash mixed with a can of corn hot sauce and american cheese. Over 1200 calories in one go.

I know there is alot of anti-dirty bulk, but if you use your head and cut properly its pretty damn efficient. My progress is explosive
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Lydia Sushwell - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 14:19:51 EST ID:b+q5rUuM No.93204 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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grean peas or other canned beans or lentils with maybe some basmati rice or just like that with some veggies or curry or sauce or smth of the kind, but honestly just lentils alone or green peas completely satisfy my taste. I love some cooked spinach with that though.
Bill O'Reilly - Thu, 24 Mar 2016 22:52:58 EST ID:nF7BlJaS No.93205 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Walter Mocklehall - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 16:29:33 EST ID:Z8TTbUot No.93239 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Old fashioned man meals

First thing I thought of was Irish coddle which I haven't made in forever: http://www.food.com/recipe/dublin-coddle-irish-sausage-bacon-onion-and-potato-hotpot-288885

It's good for your soul. I need to stop being a puss and cook me up some.
Walter Mocklehall - Sun, 03 Apr 2016 16:37:27 EST ID:Z8TTbUot No.93240 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Better recipe: http://cookinginbliss.com/dublin-coddle-crock-pot-version-st-patricks-day/
Nigel Daddlelock - Fri, 22 Apr 2016 14:47:30 EST ID:nY58NDDX No.93271 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I started eating giant meat sandwiches to go with my mostly vegetarian diet

Oral only cycle thinking anavar by Angus Semmledale - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 10:17:31 EST ID:t8dktI8f No.93265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Main reason why I want to use this is for recovery reasons because im working construction and also riding my bike to work.Its like 3.5miles there so im doing about 7 miles cycling as well as working with my hands all day.

My goal at the moment is mainly recomp but to be honest Im not too bothered about results any more just lift mainly for fun but I do lift heavy as much as I can and do aim to get stronger each time I go the gym and I do eat healthy and try to meal prep as much as I can mainly for health reasons.

And thats why im thinking of using something weak like anavar and not pinning because all I want is a little extra boost with recovery.

Ive read little bits about var cyces and most people say don't bother with it but I know a few people in different gyms I've been to who have used it while cutting and a few boxers who have done var only cycles and said they where good and got all right results.

So if im to do this do I need a pct ?
I know the 4-5 people who I have seen use it haven't used a pct and they have probably just bought the pills with out knowing too much.

Could I be better of with using a Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators ?
Hedda Dellytan - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 17:58:44 EST ID:wGYvH6jO No.93270 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thinking of just doing ostraine now then later on in the year I'm just going do test with maybe eq for a few months(maybe after the Sumer time partying).

Any one have any experience with ostraine ??

All in wanting to get out of it is increased energy so o can keep my strength up in the gym and work while being so active and hopefully help heal my rotor cuff which I've read it can help with..

Wierd question about musularity/muscle mass gain-loss? by Charles Sottingdodge - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 02:31:03 EST ID:lbIWyBpF No.93268 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So.. I'm a 6ft tall, 150ish lbs male. I'm skinny but toned. I work out on a daily basis and don't use weights unless I'm doing squats. Other then that, its all body weight exercises. I notice that a while after I'm done working out my upper body, my left arm.. specifically my left, seems to have deflated a little? My right arm keeps the mass but not left. It WILL keep some but not compared to my right. Is this because I'm a "righty" so i naturally use my right hand/arm for everything so that means its noticeably stronger? I separated my left clavicle a little less then 10 years ago. Could it possibly be muscular dystrophy?

TLDR - After working out, left arm seems to shrink? or get smaller then right. (im a righty).
Graham Godgelock - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 10:40:27 EST ID:m51Tq90s No.93269 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>seems deflated
Measure it to be sure...

when you work out, you'll get a "pump". it's normal for your muscles to look bigger & fuller immediately after a workout compared to some time after the pump wears off.

but, yeah, if you are a righty and aren't isolating your left arm, it's possible your right arm is doing more than half the work, leading to more development & bigger/longer pumps there.

it's not dystrophy, it's probably just bad form.

Bump when glowing by Jarvis Mammerway - Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:26:27 EST ID:kvW0lpYN No.90182 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looked back a few pages, couldn't find it.
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Lydia Goodstock - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 21:04:22 EST ID:5lPZtfFe No.93251 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Sorry my post wasn't really that clear, i do more on the barbell bench than barbell press, but i did the same weight for dumbell shoulder press and dumbell chest press.

I guess i was just tired last time, since i was able to progress on the dumbell chest press last workout more than on the shoulder one.

Does anyone feels really revigorated after stretching? Feels like i just got full of energy, i am now elastic enough to stay in the full lotus position, gonna do some meditation tonight on it, get some mental gains.
Reuben Bidgehut - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 16:37:48 EST ID:5lPZtfFe No.93266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Going to the gym after spending one week of while sick, feels like using a drug i was craving for sometime, holy fuck, im feeling a fucking awesome after glow, doesn't even feel normal to be that much euphoric.
Beatrice Savingstark - Sat, 16 Apr 2016 19:10:22 EST ID:Z8TTbUot No.93267 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just finished leg day after doing arm & shoulder day earlier this morning. No life? No problem!
Lydia Serringman - Thu, 28 Apr 2016 20:47:23 EST ID:98xSOtg9 No.93287 Ignore Report Quick Reply
oh god
I just finished my first day of couch to 5k after living exclusively on my butt for six years
just let me die already what do you mean I have to do this again in two days
Fuck Cinderbanks - Sun, 01 May 2016 00:36:34 EST ID:N8OZInGP No.93305 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump. Ate too much pasta today and felt guilty.

Back + shoulders + forearms
>600 cals burned on elliptical

Time for drugs, but no booze.

Gotta Go Fast (and/or Far) by Cyril Bammlebanks - Fri, 25 Mar 2016 19:43:28 EST ID:6ko4bkXq No.93207 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I had no idea where to post this thread. /sport/ seems to be for watching sports, and at least there's some element of being physically fit yourself in this.

Anybody here run in marathons or other races? I'm getting in shape for basically the first time in my life, and intend to run a 5k this summer and probably a 10k in the fall. By next summer I'm hoping maybe I can do a half marathon.
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Simon Tillingbury - Sat, 26 Mar 2016 14:07:58 EST ID:6ko4bkXq No.93209 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm doing couch to 5k. Using this app that basically does the same interval run/walk training that the main program does, but also includes an audio drama about zombies chasing you and shit. I know it's cheesy but I like it.

About 20 pounds over weight. Started watching calories a couple weeks ago. Hoping to run in a 5k event in June.
Beatrice Blammlekad - Sat, 02 Apr 2016 22:45:58 EST ID:m+gRCSII No.93237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>Blue arms
Nell Pickhall - Mon, 11 Apr 2016 15:40:55 EST ID:pN8EUGsW No.93255 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>couch to 5k
Reuben Sopperstone - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 12:46:13 EST ID:RNMhP6Sd No.93262 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Once you progress to jogging, you should try to obtain objective evidence of HOW you run. There is a laundry list of little things you're supposed to look out for when you're running that will help you be more efficient, like:

  • keep your forearms around a 90 degree angle
  • don't swing your forearms
  • your arms should swing from your shoulders, not your elbows
  • don't tense up your shoulders.
  • your hands shouldn't be clenched into a death grip. Imagine you're holding a potato chip in each hand and you need to hold onto it but not crush it.
  • your feet shouldn't be striking on your heels or your toes, but on the middle / ball of your foot
  • when sprinting, drive your knees up and keep your toes pointed straight
  • your stance should be wide enough that you're not going to step on your feet
  • lean forward, hinging at your hips.
  • Don't thrust your head / neck forward.

Stuff like that. You learn by practicing, and by an objective assessment of how you're running. It's better to not know how to run and correct your mistakes as soon as you are made aware of them than to do something wrong for ten years and then be saddled with a host of health problems.
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Ebenezer Dabberworth - Thu, 14 Apr 2016 12:53:27 EST ID:9CCpwMVh No.93263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Everyone has to start somewhere. This dude has a goal, a realistic and worthwhile one and he's working at it seriously. Fitness has got to start somewhere and those are the things that failures usually don't manage.

OP it's been 3 weeks, how's the progress? You're about 1/4 of the way into your regime. Honestly you could probably run 5K now but your goal is to not wish you were dead for 4500m of it and the next 7 days. "Fucking knackered when I'm done and sore for a couple of days after". If you're coupling this with a well balanced calorie deficit diet and have been since March you can lose all that extra weight too. Which makes huge difference.

If you've not started or your progress has stalled it's not too late yet. Okay maybe losing 20 pounds in 6 weeks is a big ask but you can lose a bit and definitely be race fit. I know someone who's 20 pounds overweight at least but she's 5 foot 3 and she can run a 5K reasonably well if she preps for it.

Making Vegan Gains by GO VEGAN - Fri, 01 Jan 2016 11:27:10 EST ID:AcNm4ngh No.92967 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The vegan revolution is here. Jan 1st Go Vegan.
You will thank yourself later /fit/
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Fanny Hemmlepock - Sat, 09 Jan 2016 01:36:20 EST ID:obCTJiJi No.93010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I just adjusted my diet counting calories an whatnot. A week went by an iI realized I hadnt ate any meat.Saw what gains I had been getting an said fuck it iI'm not eating meat.but I'm not critical on myself whenever I'm choosing a meal.
Bill O - Mon, 11 Jan 2016 13:59:54 EST ID:nF7BlJaS No.93023 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, unless you know, you get sick and have to sit out a whole week of lifting. Vegan Gains has been sick as a dog for legit the past 2 weeks now and it's just a simple head cold that even a meat eating Marlboro smoker would have beat by now. Easily attributable to his protein deficiency since amino acids play a key role in modulating the immune response.

People can go vegan if they want, it's a just a purposeful blunting of your natural potential, is all. The more I actually read studies and anecdotes on people who have tried it relative to their stats, the more I go from open minded skeptic to downright denier.
Isabella Ninningbedge - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 20:50:36 EST ID:N6jPiMzB No.93031 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I'd tell you to put a tampon in crying about how I'm an asshole, but I don't even know if your liberal vegan lifestyle even supports that kind of gender binary
you're just proving my point, dude.
Bill O - Tue, 12 Jan 2016 23:50:11 EST ID:nF7BlJaS No.93032 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Thanks man!
Thomas Clundlecocke - Wed, 13 Apr 2016 01:13:13 EST ID:PX307caT No.93258 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Warning: This diet is not for everyone and can lead to fucked up hormones, no libido, and erectile dysfunction.

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