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are hairless chimps not wrinkly like other hairless mutants such as sphynx cats or molerats?
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They are not genetically hairless, they have a developing skin disorder which makes them a bit less wrinkled that full time sun exposure, the amount of wrinkles is usually consistent with haired domestic animals you just can't see it (excluding some cats) see Chinese crested dogs, pigs
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>>3051487
fuck this turns me on
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>>3051492
Oh I see. Good point... why are domesticated animals like cows/dogs(landraces)/pigs not that wrinkly? Do they all have the same skin disorder?
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>>3051487
looks about as wrinkly as a (not old) human, makes sense to me
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>>3051493
You're making him nervous
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>>3051620
Wait till white women hear about this
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>>3051620
That's just a straight up goblin.
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https://youtu.be/DWK_iYBl8cA
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>>3051487
>>3051620
What's his routine?
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>>3051487
>>3051620
is this achievable natty?
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>>3051487
>>3051620
fkn SWOLE
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>>3051899
Yeah, caveat is you'll have to be a sub 5ft ultra-manlet
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>>3051760
actually lol'd



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