The donning of a swimming costume.
From the outside looking in, it looks like any Joe Six-Pack could succeed without a hitch, no problemo.
It’s only when you start digging into the nitty-gritty — the nuts and bolts, as it were — and putting them one by one under the oscilloscope that you begin to really see that this is no child’s game.
Rather, it’s a feat of cutthroat derring-do that’s neither for the faint-of-heart nor decidedly butterfingered.
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Prowess is essential: a mercenary’s attention to detail and commitment to patience; a Swiss horologist’s devotion to precision and steady-handiness; the cunning slink of a furious cheetah; and probably even the mighty heart of a lion.
Blueseventy, a company specializing in triathlon gear, has just produced a highly thorough primer on the best way to slide into their new Nero R10 jammer (which retails at $340.)
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How to negotiate the welded streamline seams? The highly hydrophobic copper fabric? What’s the smartest strategy for casually insinuating yourself into the double-layered leg panels without suffering injury or even death? Any pointers on how to not get all bunched up in the 3D mid-waist design? Is he totally flirting with us?
All the answers are about to be revealed:
It’s a pity he covers any part of that body.
Insanely handsome? While looks are subjective, I’d hardly think that he was “insanely handsome.” Attractive (again, subjectively) but nothing out of this world.
Besides, we barely even got to see his face.
I think he should of showed us how to take both of them off.
paul dorian lord fredine
since when do you wear a swim suit under a swim suit?
Since you’re modeling how to put it on, and it’s not a sex tape.
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