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Oh god how did this one come back to the top :stonk

And dont look at the face people can look the same,
Look at chest muscles and ears, those are more unique and different in people.

Look at the left ear, the earlobe is different.


And the chest muscles are shaped differently as well Dempsey has an obvious upside down V in the middle of his and this guy dosent and Dempseys left one dips lower



And not even mentioning how this guys nose is not as wide or as short as Dempseys. (Look at the bottom 2 pics)

K done so can this thread never come up again? Like ever Please...:-(
In this picture, with Dempsey doing a similar pose, his chest muscles look EXACTLY the same!!!!

 

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Sad that all the nude pics have been lost....
 

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It isn't Jack Dempsey.

Its a man called Yves-Ben Durr. He was a model in the 1930s amd 1940s for magazines such as LeHomo, Reine and Le Cottager. They were popular ****-erotic publications, that specialised in look a likes posing naked. A bit like fake celebrity porn today.

The guy they used as Jack Johnson was called Hampton Johnson. (No relation) They also tried to pass him off as Louis Armstrong and bizzarely Uncle Ben.

The magazine's were banned by conservative governments and rare copies now change hands for thousands of dollars. The most valuable magazine was published in 1937 and had a full page spread of "Adolf Hitler". Of course it wasn't really him. It was a man called Shaftwell Wick, originally from Boston, Lincolnshire. The girth of his penis at its base often gave the illusion that he only had one testicle.
This is believed to be the source of the music hall number about Hitler and the Albert Hall.
In a coincidence that could only be factual, (Any work of fiction that would attempt such a claim would be totally dismissed) Shaftwell Wick, who is now known to have been a homosexualist lived for many years with his "aide". A man named Albert Hall.
When Wick died of pneumonia in 1947, Hall was left destitute amd could often be seen begging for small change outside Kings Cross station. He would often supplement his meagre takings by committing acts of gross indecency in the public restrooms on the Caledonian road, before spending whatever he earned in the Flying Scotsman pub.

He is often cited as the inventor of the "glory hole".

BBC4 produced a fascinating documentary entitled "Tools of the Trade", which highlighted the obsession that straight men still like looking at other mens cocks. Especially famous ones. All of the above can be viewed on that documentary which is probably on Iplayer.
 

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It isn't Jack Dempsey.

Its a man called Yves-Ben Durr. He was a model in the 1930s amd 1940s for magazines such as LeHomo, Reine and Le Cottager. They were popular ****-erotic publications, that specialised in look a likes posing naked. A bit like fake celebrity porn today.

The guy they used as Jack Johnson was called Hampton Johnson. (No relation) They also tried to pass him off as Louis Armstrong and bizzarely Uncle Ben.

The magazine's were banned by conservative governments and rare copies now change hands for thousands of dollars. The most valuable magazine was published in 1937 and had a full page spread of "Adolf Hitler". Of course it wasn't really him. It was a man called Shaftwell Wick, originally from Boston, Lincolnshire. The girth of his penis at its base often gave the illusion that he only had one testicle.
This is believed to be the source of the music hall number about Hitler and the Albert Hall.
In a coincidence that could only be factual, (Any work of fiction that would attempt such a claim would be totally dismissed) Shaftwell Wick, who is now known to have been a homosexualist lived for many years with his "aide". A man named Albert Hall.
When Wick died of pneumonia in 1947, Hall was left destitute amd could often be seen begging for small change outside Kings Cross station. He would often supplement his meagre takings by committing acts of gross indecency in the public restrooms on the Caledonian road, before spending whatever he earned in the Flying Scotsman pub.

He is often cited as the inventor of the "glory hole".

BBC4 produced a fascinating documentary entitled "Tools of the Trade", which highlighted the obsession that straight men still like looking at other mens cocks. Especially famous ones. All of the above can be viewed on that documentary which is probably on Iplayer.
Well you learn something new every day. Today it was this. Not sure if that makes it a god day, or not?
 
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