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Testosterone Thursday

London Scottish, Connacht, And Argentine Lads Along With One Woofy, Bearish Guy Strip Down To Their Skivies!

There’s Something Incredibly Sexy About A Man In His Underwear With HIs Socks On!

Sexy As Frackin’ Hell, Baby!

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Just A Bunch Of Odd Balls!

Various Teams Get Sexy In The Sheds In Their OddBalls!

Sexy As Hell, Baby!

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Abney Park Cemetery in north London - 2016 - Shot on an Olympus OM-D E-M10 fitted with a classif Olympus Pen F lens from the 1960s via an adapter. by Chris Osborne

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Fare The Well!

I’ll Miss Tom May! Omigod! The Man Gave Me Thrills!

Thank You For All That You Gave, Sir…

And Godspeed, Baby!

Today in labor history, October 4, 1936: An estimated crowd of more than 100,000 trade unionists, anti-fascist activists, and local residents barricade streets leading into London’s East End to stop a march by British fascists. The 6,000 police officers who attempted to clear a route for the fascists were met with fierce resistance in what became known as the Battle of Cable Street and the march was re-routed.