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Guys - I'm striking out with the ladies. Please give me feedback on my style and overall look. For what its worth, I'm 5' 10" tall, 182lbs. I live in a quiet beach community, so style is pretty casual. Dont be afraid to be blunt.
You look younger than you are I think the advice given to you was excellent. I personally don't like the famous stars and straps tank
Thanks man. Yeah, I was a late bloomer. Still baby faced at 28. I feel pretty damn good, and attribute that to a life long commitment to working out.
If I could do it over again, I'd wear more sunscreen (like Real suggested). My face is showing my age, and i've had a couple close calls with skin cancer. I do wear sunscreen now, but it doesn't reverse all the UV I absorbed while in my 20's and 30's.
There's no reason other GLL's can't look just as good or better when they're in their 40's.
Sunscreen is a good idea. You do have to be vigilant and use sunscreen every day. It's probably a good idea even during winter during the day, just so the lotion can protect your skin from the wind and cold in addition to protecting you from uv rays. You should use sunscreen on all exposed skin: arms, hands, neck and ears in particular, but also legs if you wear shorts. Since you are fair skinned, you don't have much of a choice.
If you are vigilant with daily use, you can see a reversal of the visible damage (uv damage is permanent, but the visible effects aren't).
I've seen people who never wear sunscreen, and sunbathe at high noon in the middle of summer. It's amazing how much damage can be done in just a few hours time. I see people in their late teens and early 20's who show very obvious signs of uv damage.
You're doing the right thing and I recommend others use sunscreen as well.
I feel like taking a few spy photos of people who have neglected to use sunscreen to scare you all.
Thanks Real. Totally agree. Sunscreen everyday now. Even if I'm just working in the office. And you're right about people baking themselves and getting fucked up skin. I have an ex like that. She's about my age and her body is still amazing, but her face showing a lot of sun damage.
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I didn't think the "Get Hung" guide would have girls eyeing my bulge. It did.
I didn't think that your exercise and diet advice would have girls checking me out. It did.
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Kratom is next!
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