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A TRULY OFFENSIVE FUR COAT
A TRULY OFFENSIVE FUR COAT

People are split on the wearing of fur coats. Some think they are offensive and cruel to the animals that wound up making them. Some think they are the ultimate in coat prestige and status. And then there’s THIS fur coat made entirely of a male species that people are talking about.

Yeah, a company in England has created a fur coat made entirely out of MALE CHEST HAIR. Don’t know how many mens chests were shaved for it and don’t care to know, but sources say it took 200 hours to put together and is retailing for about $3,900!

Now, without going into too much intimate detail, I will admit to having a hairy chest, and not a patchy one. It’s a small field of testosterone and has not been subjected to a shaving. Do I have enough for a “coat?” Probably not. But if this company ever decides to accessorize, I might be able to contribute. Pair me up with Tom Selleck back in his MAGNUM P.I. days and between us I bet we can make a nice wooly pair of gloves. T.M.I.? Yeah, probably.

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