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THE SHOT — Two gentlemen “hit on” the shirtless Abercrombie & Fitch store model at The Grove in West Hollywood. [via]
It’s too bad the “thumbs down” feature isn’t available to suppress an entire entry.
I think they were looking for someone to “carry their bags”……. :-p
Some people. On a street. Having a conversation.
And this is this is newsworthy…why?
Heck, they could be asking directions to the nearest Walgreens, for all we know.
the grove is not in west hollywood!
First of all it could be the model’s grandfather and great uncle. Secondly just because one is old it doesn’t mean that one cannot appreciate a good looking man and have a bit of a flirt. I am on the shady side of forty and I bloody well enjoy a flirt even though I know I have not a chance in hell.
the real issue is why is he wearing a belt with suspenders. that’s number 1. number 2, i feel like he should be selling canned potato chips door to door–charlie’s chips.
@tofer david: “the real issue is why is he wearing a belt with suspenders”…..*funny*……Some of you Gays gots to lighten up! The photo was most likely put up to elicit snarky funny comments (we Gays are notorious for that :-p). Sometimes you are allowed to post something simply to try for a few ha haz……………..
Find lives already!!!!
Flirting is a lost art form. Done right, it’s harmless. Done wrong, you get your face slap. It requires subtlety. It often cheers people up, leads to better “customer service” in stores /bars / restaurants people & occassionally gets one a new friend. Or more.
@PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS: How many times do i need to tell u that its “sac handling” or even “sac duty”? ;-D
I fail to see why this is relevant.
It’s his priest!
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