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I wonder if he took these bad boys out for a night of dancing.

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Read Mein Kampf.

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Jacked off to Mein Kampf. several times

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lolz...he has fat guy calves.

yea the strongest muscles in his body, you know from having to carry all that excess weight around all his life

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I wonder if he took these bad boys out for a night of dancing.

 

Is that a pair of the Sketchers round sole shoes behind that awesome calf?

 

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Is that a pair of the Sketchers round sole shoes behind that awesome calf?

 

hard to tell since the calf is so huge and shoe is so small, but my guess is yes.  he seems like the type to rock sketchers

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hard to tell since the calf is so huge and shoe is so small, but my guess is yes. he seems like the type to rock sketchers

Size 12 is small? And Foamposite Sport Royals are not exactly Sketchers!

Wow, I can't believe you posted something completely incorrect with how much intelligence you have shown here! [sarcasm]

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