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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - nyj
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#45 to #3 - imbateman
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I'm Gotham's Reckoning
#1 - therealsuperderpy
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I'll never understand why some people wanna get so "ripped" that they make themselves look like that.
Like I've so many people that are just so muscular that it's gross.
User avatar #21 to #1 - TheDutchBoy
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poeple think it's pretty, but then again, poeple also think tattoo's are pretty. and those are permenent.
User avatar #22 to #1 - landartheconqueror
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i think people care more about strength than looks.

also, he's wearing a football jearsy. maybe he plays football?
#9 to #1 - anon id: cdd33ae2
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That's not ripped, it's called bodybuilding
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#25 to #1 - mcismyname
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At some point, their motivation transcends mere appearance
#39 to #1 - anon id: d370d2fd
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It actually feels good to lift. It is addicting.
#116 to #1 - anon id: 035ff17b
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professional bodybuilding. and serious lifters do it to be stronger and achieve more, not to look good.
User avatar #135 to #1 - chopyourhandoff
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They start off normally, just tryna either get in shape or get bulked up.
But I guess it gets addicting, the mentality you develop to push yourself further sticks around for too long and gets stronger the more and more you apply it.
User avatar #41 to #1 - meghostaguy
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Been lifting for one year.

And man, I agree with guys that react to your comment, it really is addictive, once you start, you want more and don't want to stop.
#34 to #1 - domethius
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THOSE EYES
#4 to #1 - probablynaked
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You accidentally your sentence there
You accidentally your sentence there
#108 to #4 - anon id: b27cb81a
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"Like, I've so many people that [...]"
"Like, I have so many people that [...]"

It's fine.
User avatar #2 to #1 - iamkagji
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Hell yeah Hopsin!
#32 - mufffinkiller
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holy **** theyre invading again!
User avatar #128 to #32 - Kelsenial
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I love you
#38 - samxdaxman
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#10 - tostito
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****, Im ugly
#64 - swizzll
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Anyone else
unimpressed?
User avatar #84 to #64 - Aumoe
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Yeah, that Justin Bieber is clearly unimpressed...
#23 - rabaneristo
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#63 - Zaitsev
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Can we just take a second to talk about the guy in the back? What are you doing there? You have a jacket and jeans on.
Can we just take a second to talk about the guy in the back? What are you doing there? You have a jacket and jeans on.
User avatar #66 to #63 - wildcardyeehaw
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He's that kid from Chronicle, helping people lift weights so they think they're stronger than they are.
User avatar #16 - novarip
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HIS BRAIN
WHY CAN I SEE HIS BRAIN
#50 to #16 - wigglyjr
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Comment Picture
#89 to #16 - SilentRaver
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Could be "cutis verticis gyrata", a rare condition where the scalp is unusually thick, causing the extra spongy skin to fold into visible ridges and often resulting in hair loss.