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July 28, 2006


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Ha ha ha - that's gold.

The description is poetic. "Adjustable Rear" - I can see one that should have been adjusted out of shot. "Nothing to hide" - I hate to think!

I think I'd be pushing pretty hard for delivery...

Reminds me of that stuff a few years back about reflectoporn, e.g. the guy selling the kettle on eBay. Looking at the photo, you could see the reflection of his twig and giggleberries in it.

You can find more examples of [usually overweight] guys taking 'accidental' pictures of their tickle tackle here: http://www.snopes.com/photos/risque/kettle.asphttp://www.snopes.com/photos/risque/kettle.asp

'ask any questions'.... er, can you confirm that bare bottom has not sat on the saddle?

Really?? This is funny?

Is it funny??? Yes??!

Not only the bare arse in the background... but the rubbish and oil slick in the picture.

And read the description out loud! I can''t stop laughing!

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