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    omg that is a mental image i didnt need

    amphybieber LOL

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    <-----only if bieber looks as good as this stud right here. dont question me. im a "genius"
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    Congrats Butch and very nice!

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    Hello, Butch I wonder if your glabra was hairy like this on the exterior when it was younger? There's been some discussion on fb about whether the interior and exterior hair goes away or not--

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/51764444@N03/14164796543/

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    I don't remember mine ever being hairy inside nor out.....

    /shrugs.... me dunno, but your pic is very interesting indeed.

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    thanks for your reply Butch. FWIW Andreas said the interior hair was normal on youngish plants and would disappear with time, but that the exterior hair seemed "puzzling." In any case this thing seems hairier than my pilosa, I guess time will tell what to make of it.

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