Maltese muscle

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  • gappythree

    7 years ago

    xychromo... My "Epiphany" to Muscle Mags and the adoration of BB Bodies was between 1953 and 1956 at my first job when a guy I worked with brought in a whole sheaf of BB Magazines and I "Borrowed" the one with Steve Reeves on the cover. Immediate erection straight to the Gents, two strokes and whooooooosh. I was HOOKED on muscle.

  • xychromo

    8 years ago

    Make that ADRIEN Baillargeon, of course, (how could I forget?)--tallest, strongest and (though plainest too) best built of Canada's famous sextet of rasslers, the Baillargeon Brothers.

  • xychromo

    8 years ago

    Tex, my TV epiphany came even earlier--watching Monday night wrestling (live from Marigold Gardens and MSG) via a b&w Dupont console--when masterful, agile musclestuds like Andre Drapp, Billy Melby, Antonino Rocca, Andre Baillargeon & Art Walge helped me understand what I was all about. The BB magazines soon followed. . .

  • johntlewis

    8 years ago

    BB in white posers seems to have a semi-boner!

  • firbutte

    8 years ago

    love the pithair! Thank you. That grim demeanor must have made him a pretty intense fuck - but only one position!

  • xychromo

    8 years ago

    Less a diaper than a 'peplum' perhaps--inspired by the sword-and-sandal movie epics of the day. (Tony had quite a caboose on him, btw, a great, big pony butt...) Oh, I LOVE 'grim' myself. Even more than big 'n stupid.

  • tbarry

    8 years ago

    When did vintage muscle videos go from posing straps/nude to diapers?

  • shelgr3

    8 years ago

    "Kid brother." Is that a euphemism for...........? LOL. Yes, he's grim, but some people like it like that.

  • 8 years ago

    man, if I could have watch these golden videos back then. It was the hero movies and shows they used to show on TV that fed my lust for muscle. and the occasional bodybuilding competition on Wide World of Sports.