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That’s pretty awesome. They should have painted that muscle hiding in those briefs in that last pic!
That… is amazing! It’s one very good way of learning. I’ll bet they don’t forget THAT experiment soon!
They do realise that this isn’t a strip club, right?
Reminds me of Buffy season 6.
NateB79, that isn’t a muscle, it’s an organ.
I think this is a great learning tool, and hot too!
I had to learn all those damn muscles and bones, about
800 years ago, and something like this would have made it so much
more real, and fun. (aside from the hot factor).
It would be so much fun to ride the subway like this.
I just finished anatomy 1 and 2 this would have made the class so much more fun!
Now, if Justin Bieber had this tatt’, maybe I could look without grimacing.
I wonder if he sprang wood? :)
I would definitely have gone to med school if this is how they taught anatomy! And, I agree, it should’ve been anatomically correct (sans tighties – and tight they are!).
My anatomy teacher taught us by reading his power points word for word. God was he awful.
Though it would not be as much fun, a real challenge would be to paint this on a FAT dude!
Great idea that is DEFINITELY an example of thinking ‘outside the box’. Just hope the subject isn’t ticklish!
Too awesome, although I think he would have been more anatomically accurate without the briefs!
Gay prudes are my favorite new hate speech group…..so typical….
Gawd, I cannot believe I didn’t stop to comment on this one…
Reminds me when I was in high school in biology. I kept fantasizing of that happening when the teacher began the lecture of human physiology, and one of the students was my crush. Hot and bothered, I was, and understandably couldn’t concentrate!
I want to take this class!
“smudge-free body paint”?
I thought these were full body tattoos.
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