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26 comments on “UMMMMMM… WOW!!!
  1. hrychstlvr69 says:

    Incredible set. So many hot men.

  2. Biman96 says:

    More hot than not

  3. sicilianmikey says:

    Some were so hot, I had to take a moment to really enjoy and take it all in.

  4. ring says:

    so many butiful uncut cocks, and 19 cuming while getting rimed that happened to me before so hot

  5. TongueToHole says:

    #4, and I’d love to see the reverse shot on #15

  6. webbo3 webbo3 says:

    Would love to see more of 9, 15 and 17

  7. DAVEWESLEY says:

    just 7 with that fat cock

  8. GarethJ GarethJ says:

    Great photos!

  9. seekking says:

    Oh yes, great set.
    Loved # 10 two hotties for the price of one . yum

  10. bimale1954 says:

    Not a bad set, a little tame but some good ones for sure.

  11. eatmequick says:

    Lots of great stuff here. #17 is a real hottie and so is #6.

  12. irakeven says:

    13 & 17 front of the que

  13. hryhnl says:

    #12 is hot! Hairy in hairy…mmmm!
    #13 – very sexy; wish I could do that, but mom and dad decided to cut me. To hell with routine circumcision – it’s my cock, not yours!

  14. jerry11 says:

    Hryhni — my medical doctor told me, a good way to get infected with HIV is to do “docking.” There are other good medical reasons to be “cut.” Boy, am I going to get the screamers on what I just said. Sorry, bois, I know what I am talking about since other drs. have told me the same. Better to be safe then sorry.

    • joeynmtgy8 says:

      Your “medical doctor” is full of shit, Jerry. You CANNOT get infected with HIV by “docking”–UNLESS, BOTH cocks have open sores or cuts and those are in direct contact with each other. As for those “other” doctors, they too are full of shit. Circumcision of infants is a money-making racket in the US. There is NO LEGITIMATE MEDICAL REASON* for the practice but it’s become a “tradition.” It costs practically nothing to do (literally, it’s a “snip-snip” and done) but doctors and hospitals will charge $$$$$ as though it’s a serious operation.

      *Well, there is ONE situation: A condition called phimosis, where the foreskin doesn’t fully (or partially) retract during erection. But, even with this, circumcision is not the only solution; it’s just the most effective remedy. (The condition can be alleviated naturally if the boy’s encouraged to retract the foreskin by handling his dick and stretching the foreskin–but American parents are usually too freaked out when talking about sex and certain religious groups would consider this to be a step to that nasty vice of “self-pleasure.” And there are other things–steroids creams can be used similarly to relieving other types of inflammations.)

    • fredbear101 says:

      Docking can theoretically be a risk but has never yet been linked to actual transmission of HIV, but no more so than cumming over the other persons cock, and less so than if you then wank them off using it as lube. Probably not a good thing to be doing if you have any open sores as Joeynmtgy8 says though, but that goes for sexual contact generally!

  15. mountvilleman says:

    something about number 6 and number 9 woof

  16. pmaul says:

    When I saw that hairy chest, you got my attention! Good set!

  17. jerry11 says:

    Joeynmtg8 Thanx for your comments; however, in getting sexual aroused a male can have pre-cum. Docking of two penises, I believe, the hiv bug can be transferred since there is body temp. Also, I have read that in Africa HIV was rampant — researchers found if the Africian male got “cut,” HIV infections did drop down. Why? An uncut penis is good host for virsus to live. Being “cut” the penis is cleaner. Think W.H.O. did this research. I am just a cautious guy — have seen friends/family die of hiv — not a pretty site.

    • fredbear101 says:

      Citing the African situation here is a bit misleading. The studies in that found a reduction in transmission from Women to Men, not the other way, and there is no evidence of why this works. The African studies did not look at men to men transmission, or men to women. It also did not look at cases where the circumcision was done to a child. There are theories that the uncircumcised glans may be able to take the virus, but there similarly are theories that the sexual health education that went along with the circumcision (this was adult circumcision) cold also be the reason. There is certainly no evidence anywhere that “An uncut penis is good host for virus to live”

  18. showitoff says:

    9B and 16 wow!

  19. down_to_earth_man says:

    2 7 8 9 10 12 YESSSSS 13

  20. blacktshirt says:

    the circumcision-HIV link was driven by PRO-CIRCUMCISION devotees and the thesis that circumcision reduces risk HIV has now been shown to be a MEDICAL MYTH … the research in the 1980s was faulty and biased …

  21. namdlo says:

    Can I please have #6!!

  22. tuxcon says:

    Go on #11. And I want to see ALL the rest of them [#11 that is]. Come on; tell me where I can find them?

  23. mbjk1956 says:

    I am in love with the man in #1