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Ron Jeremy visits Fashion week in NY (caption this pic)

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I met the guy a few years ago...we had a couple of beers downtown Charleston and he started hitting on 18 year old girls...pretty strange cat if you ask me.

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"Hey ladies, see the cuff of my right pant leg sticking up, guess what."

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"Hawaiian shirt, Dicky pants, and crocs. Yep. Ready to hit the runway...or at least the models."

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