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Animals That Represent Masculinity
#26

Animals That Represent Masculinity

Say what you will about dogs, I love them. I stick with wolves for raw aggresiveness, cunning and masculinity.
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#27

Animals That Represent Masculinity

Quote: (11-02-2018 01:16 AM)RatInTheWoods Wrote:  

Nothing more manly that a buff roo

Also being an animal that can never go backward, only forward. Hence roo and emu (same characteristic) are on the Aussie coat of arms.

Buff roos are my favourite. There's one at a sanctuary in one of my in-laws' home town that is just like Big Roger. Big fella gets to flex his gunz, kick beta arses and bang his roo bitches all day long. What's not to like?
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#28

Animals That Represent Masculinity

I felt a little proud when a girl yesterday told me I reminded her of a bull.

Pure muscle and testosterone.

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#29

Animals That Represent Masculinity

I'm surprised no one has mentioned frogs yet.

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Animals That Represent Masculinity




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#31

Animals That Represent Masculinity

Hmm, I don't know, would ferrets count? I mean, they can get ferocious at times. Take my Timmy, for example, one moment he's just chilling out in his ferret cage, next thing you know, he'll be asking to be released in the living room to wreck havoc.

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#32

Animals That Represent Masculinity

An eel is basically a giant swimming penis, so...

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