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thehouseofwtf:

Dear followers, I published an ebook containing 2500+ sex confessions submitted anonymously by followers of my various social network accounts from all over the world.

The book is available for donlad from Amazon and Lulu (which is currently half price and the website accepts Paypal).

Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006T83EU0?ie=UTF8&camp=213733&creative=393177&creativeASIN=B006T83EU0&linkCode=shr&tag=wt066-20&linkId=M2D6VGTA3UDYQ2W7&creativeASIN=B006T83EU0&linkId=5B2XX2T4OGEVI24X&qid=1410259418&sr=8-1&keywords=PICS+OR+IT+DIDN%27T+HAPPEN

LULU:

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Great book!

tomhardycarolinesantos:

www.thesundaytimes.co.uk

THE hunk is back.

The British actor Tom Hardy is branching into male fashion and he wants clothes to be manly.

“You know what’s a good start? Not looking like I’m a member of One Direction,” he said. “I will not put pants on a shelf that have not passed the manly test.”

The action star, whose latest roles include playing Mad Max in a new sequel and both of the Kray twins in the biopic Legend, moved into fashion design after becoming frustrated with shops selling clothes that he called “metrosexual weird”.

The actor, 36, is collaborating with the editors of Blag magazine, twins Sarah and Sally Edwards. The label, also called Blag, features items designed to show off a muscular physique.

The range, which goes on sale tomorrow at Selfridges, was fitted on Hardy and the clothes were cut to show off his muscles, Sarah Edwards said. “We’ve worked on the most flattering cuts,” she added of the £190 hoodies, £200 jogging bottoms and £80 T-shirts.

“It’s designed to show off a masculine physique.” Hardy said: “I’m not really into fashion. I just like to be comfortable and have good kit.”

Chris Ward, UK personal training manager at Fitness First, a gym chain, said Hardy’s macho casual wear was a good idea. “It’s not acceptable to be a slob.”

The clothes do not appeal to all men, however. Daniel Ashley, of Gymbox, said: “I’d like a range that makes you look less muscly. I compare it to a woman with large breasts. You don’t always want to get them out.”

He’s so perfect!

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