Hairy chests

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nyjeerpmj
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Hairy chests

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what shifters in here have a hairy chest? Let’s see some pics as they are cool!
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almost marked this one as spam...
ClutchFork wrote:...So I started carrying a stick of firewood with me and that became my parking brake.
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Haha I’m serious - it’s a cool look!
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Yeah, cow man is serious, too! That's his mom glued to the sides of the chest in the picture.
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ClutchFork wrote:...So I started carrying a stick of firewood with me and that became my parking brake.
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[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRtlM6IoH-Y[/youtube]

Hairier Chests? Maybe he meant to type "Harrier Jets"?
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Such a miracle will look more likely in a stable, there are certainly lovers of everything unusual, but this is not about me for sure.
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it'll probably take you a wile to get used to rope's writing styles... :twisted: :mrgreen:
ClutchFork wrote:...So I started carrying a stick of firewood with me and that became my parking brake.
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potownrob wrote: Sun Mar 07, 2021 2:10 am it'll probably take you a wile to get used to rope's writing styles... :twisted: :mrgreen:
I still haven't gotten used to it. :lol:

If I tried to write like that it would take me a lot longer to write.
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ClutchFork wrote: Mon Mar 08, 2021 9:35 pm
potownrob wrote: Sun Mar 07, 2021 2:10 am it'll probably take you a wile to get used to rope's writing styles... :twisted: :mrgreen:
I still haven't gotten used to it. :lol:

If I tried to write like that it would take me a lot longer to write.
Speak fur yer self Herr Kupplung :mrgreen:
ClutchFork wrote:...So I started carrying a stick of firewood with me and that became my parking brake.
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