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    No doubt she has the biggest set of wedding tackle in the whole labour party - but that isnt saying a lot , to be fair
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzza View Post
    No doubt she has the biggest set of wedding tackle in the whole labour party - but that isnt saying a lot , to be fair
    @Sarvo could spill the beans on the Clarke clan.
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    Mr "Clark" is a person known to both the NZ and American police , Im told.....
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    Before I run an Ultra or do a big pack walk I smear on the Vaseline, works wonders but definitely best to put it on early.

    The 3B chaffing cream doesn't work as well, doesn't seem to last as long.

    The problem with vasaline is it gets in your clothes and is hard to get out as it's petroleum based.

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    Lycra cycling pants under shorts? Just a thought. No experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muzza View Post
    No doubt she has the biggest set of wedding tackle in the whole labour party - but that isnt saying a lot , to be fair
    It's saying a lot, for sure. How to wipe that vision from an infantile mind like mine...impossible unfortunately!

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    This thread is losing momentum, is it time for photos, before and after? How's that tag line go, "without photos it didn't happen" ?
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    I tried the bailing twine method mentioned earlier.
    But I found I would get concerned about the tension becoming too great.
    A bit of plaiting of the lower ball sack hair, and I now had a way to tie on to the botom of the sack and then thread the arrangement up to my man bun. By tilting my head up I can keep the correct tension when going up or down hill. A slip is still treacherous and would result in tears, but maybe a breakaway clip would help.

    Update.... by running the bailing twine through a navel piercing I can avoid that nasty side to side swing as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd View Post
    I tried the bailing twine method mentioned earlier.
    But I found I would get concerned about the tension becoming too great.
    A bit of plaiting of the lower ball sack hair, and I now had a way to tie on to the botom of the sack and then thread the arrangement up to my man bun. By tilting my head up I can keep the correct tension when going up or down hill. A slip is still treacherous and would result in tears, but maybe a breakaway clip would help.

    Update.... by running the bailing twine through a navel piercing I can avoid that nasty side to side swing as well.
    Bahahaha....I'm outdone...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd View Post
    I tried the bailing twine method mentioned earlier.
    But I found I would get concerned about the tension becoming too great.
    A bit of plaiting of the lower ball sack hair, and I now had a way to tie on to the botom of the sack and then thread the arrangement up to my man bun. By tilting my head up I can keep the correct tension when going up or down hill. A slip is still treacherous and would result in tears, but maybe a breakaway clip would help.

    Update.... by running the bailing twine through a navel piercing I can avoid that nasty side to side swing as well.
    just, no photos...please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jhon View Post
    This thread is losing momentum, is it time for photos, before and after? How's that tag line go, "without photos it didn't happen" ?
    Just buy my undies
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    Then "maybe" just "maybe" some brand branded guys will fall in line
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    Quote Originally Posted by outlander View Post
    just, no photos...please.
    Just specifically dont you want photo's of? My manky home done navel piercing with the small staff infection crust. Or my badly plaited ball hair?
    Maybe its my proud man bun?

    I have noticed though that by lifting my purse up by its hair I have no place for my old fella, so it kinda goes inverted and slinks back into itself..... like a fold within folds...... should I capture that on celluloid
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd View Post
    Just specifically dont you want photo's of? My manky home done navel piercing with the small staff infection crust. Or my badly plaited ball hair?
    Maybe its my proud man bun?

    I have noticed though that by lifting my purse up by its hair I have no place for my old fella, so it kinda goes inverted and slinks back into itself..... like a fold within folds...... should I capture that on celluloid

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    Fuck its good to laugh....
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