Abs & bulges from Gymnastics Spectacular

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  1. nychguy79

    nychguy79 New Member

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    My dream train, consisting of Ivan Ivankov, Raj Bhavsar and Jonathan Horton performed shirtless on the rings last week on NBC's "Incredibly Ripped Hot Guys Show" "Ice Skating/Gymnastics Spectacular."
    Now while I really, really do appreciate the fact that the fellas were considerate enough to provide us with de-shirted entertainment, I can't help but stare at those shitastic pants. I mean really, how am I supposed to look at them when their pants look like the brainteaser games that you find in the newspaper. You cannot possibly buy shit that looks that bad in a store. They must be custom made by someone's aunt who shopped for cheap swatches in the discount bin at Jo-Ann's Discount Fabric & Craft. Goddamn that's ugly.


    I think Raj is so hot.

    Watch the video here
     
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    B_Nick4444 New Member

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    oh. man!

    thanx for posting!
     
  3. Meniscus

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    I love watching gymnasts and acrobats. They are the most beautiful men alive. They're not just fit and they're not just strong, they are incredibly skilled and coordinated, turning the motion of the human body into a work of art. Plus, I'm impressed by their mental concentration and the discipline it takes to develop and hone such skill.

    Occasionally I'll catch college gymnastics competitions on TV. It's better than porn. Various branches of the U.S. military have gymastics teams that compete on the college level, and those guys are incredible.

    Actually, if you go to the women's clothing department at any Sears, JC Penney, or similar store, you'd find them full of clothes with similar god-awful prints, except in garish shades of red, pink, purple, and turquoise. I had a difficult time finding Christmas and birthday presents for my mother because the prints that are "in" this year are so damned ugly.

    I'm a bit surprised to see the same prints in men's gymnasts wear, though. Whatever happened to plain, traditional white or off-white?
     
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