I feel like Darwin. Here's a new type of trail that I've never seen before: the round treasure trail. This is almost a perfect circle. I discovered this today on one of my favorite blogsites, "porncake". Please visit this blogsite.
Have any of you seen a round treasure trail before?
I am fascinated with treasure trails that have a mixture of hair growth patterns. This a perfect example. The trail is thin down the chest and then expands into a wide square trail, but the hair grows in different directions. What's not hot about this dude?
This beautiful specimen has been featured previously on this blog.
Perfect trail. And what a beautiful body. This dude has an ideal proportion of body hair, IMO, although the chest has been shaved here and stubble is showing. I think the stubble is sexy? What do you think?
I have a secret: I seldom do this, but I trimmed my upper chest hair the other night. I didn't shave it. But it was sometimes tickling my chin and it looked unruly coming out of my shirt. I'm blond. I don't think blond hair poking out of shirts is as sexy as darker hair?
What do you guys think about this dude and this photo? Do you trim back (not shave) your body hair in certain places? Do you find that appealing in other men?
Thanks to Kevin for this photo.
I'm in Indianapolis. Not sure if I'm going to Nasvhille, Chicago, New York for my next stop on my two week boondoggle escaping the Desert hellish heat. Will try to keep posting periodically.
Let me know what you think about questions above. And stay cool or warm, wherever you are.
This is really one sexy as fuck trail specimen. So long and thin! It is a very thin vortex. And the remarkable hairy chest. The dude looks handsome too, even though you can see only his plump lips and masculine square chin.
Thanks to faithful reader, Glen, for this photo. I think this should be included in the HALL OF FAME of treasure trails?….. Okay, so there's some razor stubble on the chest. But everything below is perfect. Geometrically perfect growth of hair. What do you think? Hall of Fame?
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This blog site is intended to be a study of the beauty of the male form, particularly that most visually erotic and enticing area, the treasure trail.
It is difficult in this day and age to compose such a study because the current male ideal is a shaved, non-hirsute facsimile of real masculinity. Searching for photographs of the treasure trail is a hunt in and of itself because it seems most men these days are shaving everywhere. (If you must shave please leave your trail........trim it if need be but don't obliterate your most enchanting spot!)
This is not intended to be a blog about hairy chested men. It may seem so only because so many men either shave their chest or don't, so the only photos you can find seem to be one or another. We search to find a balance of naturally smooth chested guys with a natural treasure trail.
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