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Old 09-30-2011, 09:28 AM   #81
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There is something about me doing deadlifts that absolutely mesmerizes men. Can't quite put my finger on it.

But seriously yes...working out to the point of having a physique that stands out in a crowd and then getting all mad when people look at you is like the woman who gets the $10,000 boob job and wears low cut shirts just so she can be all "OMG HOW RUDE!" when people won't look her in the eye. I don't mind men looking, hell, even staring (as long as it doesn't cross over into being creepy). It's kind of funny/cute sometimes actually, as if these guys have never seen a girl before.
When I was training my wife I realized that instructions for like half the exercises we do start with "Arch your back a little, now bend over." I felt like a porn director after a while.
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When I was training my wife I realized that instructions for like half the exercises we do start with "Arch your back a little, now bend over." I felt like a porn director after a while.
Yeah, I totally check out the wifey when we lift. If there's anyone who stares at her like a stalker, its me.
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