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The Perfect Bubble Butt from Manstore Guywear

April 16, 2013 Comments off

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For those of us who are genetically challenged in the posterior, I have found the answer. The M275 Brief by Manstore is the best butt-enhancer for men that I have encountered to date. Why? It’s made with a blend of polyamide/elastane, which means you can wear it under sportswear or a mid-cut swimsuit with worrying about it acting like sponge. It doesn’t move around one bit and is completely discrete.

They are a little pricey, but you get what you pay for and definitely hang dry them….no tumble dry!
I had to order the from Europe, because I have seen them in the US yet.

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PS> Sorry for being slack about writing, but there’s thing called Pinterest that my wife got me hooked onto. I thought it was a just picture website for women to collect ideas for recipes and home-makeovers. Wrong! It’s crack, uber-addictive and will make 3 hours disappear in seconds.

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Going Bold with a Dietz Slip Swim from Dietz

December 19, 2012 Comments off

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It’s been over a week since the wife and I got back from Playa Del Carmen, Mexico and I still sporting a decent tan. I’m doing my best to preserve it as long as possible with toning moisturizers, but I know eventually it’ll lighten up.

I do credit the bikini’s I wore to allowing a little more extra sun to hit my hips and butt, such as the Slip Swim from Dietz. I bought a couple pairs a few months back from Johnny’s Beach Bums (fast, reliable store) and couldn’t be more satisfied with the product. Slim sides, minimal cut, and very comfortable swimwear.

Cancun beaches are wonderful, but it has more of a younger appeal with a non-stop party crowd. It’s perfect for people with kids and college spring breakers, but if you want peace and quiet go further south down the Mexican Riviera toward Cozumel and Playa. The areas there appeared to draw a more International blend of folks and extremely hospitable locals. Modesty was definitely nowhere to be found with quite a few topless sunbathing women….and I wasn’t complaining. Even the wife took the “when in Rome” attitude.

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Tulio’s Power Pouch Supplex Briefs

September 12, 2012 Comments off

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Even though Summer really doesn’t end most of the south until mid-October, I find myself wearing jeans now more often than shorts. That being the case, I can’t think of anything that is more comfortable and looks best on me under jeans than a stretchy low-rise brief. I found a good pair of these, Tulio’s Power Power Supplex Briefs at Int’l Jock. Don’t FReakout at the price, they’re worth it and Tulio’s last forever.

As an average-endowed guy with no butt, these definitely enhance my facade with or without clothing. For those who don’t know, Supplex is one of the most durable fabrics and the front pouch is accommodating with seams that push your junk up. In the rear, the middle seam contours perfectly and provides a little lift and the bubble butt look under jeans. Supplex has a wickering feature, so if it’s still hot where you are, no worries.

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The Greek God Brief

August 14, 2012 Comments off

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Since July apparently was the hottest month ever and the swamp ass index at an all-time high, I can’t imagine the premium on underwear being any greater. I noticed that my wife’s daily underwear was extremely thin material, brief/bikini style, with a scrunched butt. So I scoured the Internet for the skimpiest thing I could find and across the Greek God Brief from Bodyaware

Obviously the wow factor in these little sexy men’s bikini is the off the charts which is their main objective. Indirectly, they created an ideal pair of functional underwear for those dog days of summer.

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TACTICS® Rio Swim Bikini

August 12, 2012 Comments off

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I wouldn’t say that I would whip these out at a family reunion by the water. But, if you want a comfortable, skimpy, men’s bikini swimsuit at a damn good price, then look no further than the Tactics Rio Bikini.

The shimmer from the pictures doesn’t do it justice, so those narcissist readers fear not. If the 1″ sides and the contouring buttocks trim aren’t enough for you, the glow will be. Speaking of the butt trim, it’s just tight enough to mold to the body and didn’t ride up while swimming. It has a hidden drawstring too, which I’ve always been a fan. These are a season-ending steal at Undergear.com for $10!

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Flashback Basic Trunk from Andrew Christian

March 24, 2012 Comments off

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The Flashback “Bubble Butt” Basic Swim Trunk is probably one of the more innovative clothing items ever made for men. I ride bikes and take spin classes regularly and yet I still have no ass. It’s genetics I guess. So if you’re in the same boat as me, this is your swimsuit! It’s no BS, these add about 1 inch of rounded rump to your physique.

They do take some getting used to as the lifting support feels like a tight jock strap. Make sure to get the right size, because these bands can chafe the bottom part of your butt (especially when wet). I wouldn’t recommend them for active wear either for that same problem. But if your casually hanging out at the beach or pool, they’re perfect and are certainly flattering to the posterior. The material is premium and contours exceptionally well, so it works for almost all body types.

Andrew Christian is a pioneer in this industry and I’ve got quite a few other items from them of which are all top quality. If you’re on a budget, don’t fear the sticker shock because as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I went the “knockoff” route before and that was a waste.

Just about all the established sites sell them, but you buy them in their LA retail stores or their website: Flashback Basic Swim Trunk by Andrew Christian

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