Quit staring and give me my shirt back!

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Jennyh Lindén

Poor Matt...here he thought he would be able to have a nice relaxing bath, and he ends up posing for me instead. Let's call it a study in male anatomy. Or something. Those who knows me will notice my sick obsession with collarbones. That strategically placed towel prevented me from exploring my other sick obsession; hipbones.


Published More than a year ago

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