I'm a bit skeptical of exercise tips, do stretch marks turn you on?

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    Mar 14, 2014 12:17 AM GMT
    I'm gonna show a pic of my gluteus so you can see what I'm talkin about. I know I have a lean bod in comparison to some other peeps but i would like to bulk up and simultaneously have, for lack of a better word, alluring skin. What else beside vitamin K and CoQ 10 should I partake?
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    Mar 16, 2014 2:57 PM GMT
    I think the stretch marks on your pic are pretty minimal. Besides, I don't really think of them as a turn-off or turn-on. If you're worried I think Vitamin E is supposed to help.
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    Mar 24, 2014 7:33 PM GMT
    icefan saidI think the stretch marks on your pic are pretty minimal. Besides, I don't really think of them as a turn-off or turn-on. If you're worried I think Vitamin E is supposed to help.


    I have had some spurts of motivation regardless, just wanted to check if that has some sway.
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    Apr 05, 2014 1:19 AM GMT
    Don't feel bad about them Rakequiescent. I'm kind of weirdo... but i find stretch marks kind of attractive. I see them as a sign of a hard work. Like a lion earning his stripes, or a martial artist getting his belts. I myself use Vitamin E oil & Almond Oil to help lighten my stretch marks. But i know there never going to fully go away. Yours are honestly very light and minimal. I don't think you have anything to worry about mayne icon_biggrin.gif
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    Apr 06, 2014 6:27 PM GMT
    I love my stretch marks, because I got them from a lot of hard work in the gym and in the kitchen. Wear 'em with pride!
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    Apr 06, 2014 6:49 PM GMT
    Rakequiescent saidI'm a bit skeptical of exercise tips, do stretch marks turn you on?

    This is the first time I didn't recognize one of Rakequiescent's seemingly free-associated thread titles (which appear random but the clever nonsensical nature of most of them are possibly the signs of well thought out genius).

    Not only the title but even the body of his post are uncharacteristically almost straightforward so I'll give a straightforward answer.

    Stretch marks in the right places for the right reasons are a bit of a turn-on, just as are loose skin or skin reduction scars on the right guy, because they're indicative of a kind of self-discipline, work ethic and end result which I find attractive.

    In fact, just before the OP created this thread, I created this one:

    Obese gastric bypass patients become COMPETITIVE BODYBUILDERS:
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