I Love Tiddies

tumblr_n6baczF1Rc1qkpcz3o1_500his tiddies look like a c cup.
max.
so as you know,
i loveeeeeeeee muscular perky tiddies on a wolf.
so when i saw this wolf with his tids out,
i had to find out who he was

everyone meet chidi:

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“chidi the tiddy”.
Christian-Bale-lookchidi is a pr rep who likes to travel and club.
he also likes to work on his fitness

…as well as look good:

Santana-hmmhmm.
not bad.
he is a little too mixxy for me,
but i wouldn’t deny the chance to feel those tiddies on top of me.

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Author: jamari fox

the fox invited to the blogging table.

20 thoughts on “I Love Tiddies

    1. It would be nice if he was built like this. I know he’s bad af, but you know he ain’t this buff lol. You know that ass hates going to the gym. Ask him the last time he’s been? LOL *runs*

      1. Yeah haven’t heard anything else about that gym lol

        I don’t know why he won’t find a fine ass half black/half puerto rican wolf to train him for $30 a session. Even if he only looked at him the whole time it’d be money well spent lol

        1. ^shiiiiiiiiiiddddddddd…
          won’t even lie to ya’ll today LOL!
          that membership got cancelled with no fucks to give.

          i want a trainer tho.
          that’s the only way ill stay focused on that.

  1. Hey didn’t I just post this on your site?: “Most guys want to date/sex another guy that has the body of Adonis and the face of America’s Next Top Male Model and when that guy is not available, they feel that they have no choice but to continue to sample dick and/or ass to the max.

    Live by the sword. Die by the sword. Live by the superficial and it’s die by the superficial.”

    And now, Jamari Fox, you’re droolling after some pecs/tiddies/muscle. Don’t you want to just latch on and suck all night, Mr. Fox?

    Jamari, it takes a lot of time to build all that muscle. Unfortunately, such time typically detracts from building a career, building an education or other things to build a life. If a guy is at the gym 6 nights a week, how many nights a week is he going to law school to build his education and his earnings/career? Jamari Fox, all those muscles may look and feel nice but unfortunately there’s not much of a paying market for them. Just like sex. A guy may be great in his sex game, but there’s not much of a paying market for that either.

    I find that African American men are disproportionately present in gyms but disproportionately absent in law schools, medical schools, plumbing schools, electrician schools, HVAC and other professional and trade schools and in schools for high-tech learning like “coding” schools. But African American men are disproportionately present in the various schools of hard knocks and in jails and prisons. There are only 24 hours in a day. We can’t do it all. Don’t you think that there is a link between going to the gym every day, not going to get a “trained” brain and ending up in prison, probation, jail or parole?

    1. I see where you were “attempting” to go with this post, but trust me when I say I see just as many African American men in the gym with jobs…excuse me careers, than those who don’t have jobs/careers. How are you going to pay for a gym membership, without some type of income coming in? A lot of professionals (including myself) go to the gym or participate in some type of fitness activity to relieve stress and take our mind off work or school. So, please don’t try to project your flawed perspective of the “African American” male on people. Maybe you should try going to a gym or fitness club and asking the African American male utilizing the weights, what’s their career, have they been jail, etc. A little food for thought, those who work out tend to release certain endorphins in the brain that make them more focus on tasks related to work and school. So no, I do not think there’s a link between going to the gym every day, not getting a “trained” brain and ending up prison.

      1. New God Flow, well I think that there is a link between “link between going to the gym every day, not going to get a “trained” brain and ending up in prison, probation, jail or parole.” There are only 24 hours in a day. We can’t do it all. We must and do have our priorities. A good way to determine a man’s priorities is to look at how he spends his time and his money.

        My perspective on the “African American” male is not flawed. It’s very realistic. It seems that you are going by what researchers call “anecdotal evidence” while I’m going by what is logical and with the use of “anecdotal evidence”. The only way to know who is right is to have surveys. However, logic indicates that I’m right because time and resources are limited and because African American men seem to be over-represented at gyms, under-represented in classes of “higher learning” and over represented in jails and prisons. That is, the facts are exactly what my “model” predicts.

        In addition, I am a highly educated African American man and speaking from experience, I know that I had to cut back on the gym to pursue my degrees. And I know that men in jails and prisons tend to be lesser educated than those not in prison.

        Again, having a good sex game and having a nice body is good but there’s not much of a market for it. A wise man will likely focus his efforts elsewhere.

    2. Dean,

      Bro, I usually agree with a lot of what you say on here but I have to go with New God Flow on this one. I am a college graduate and a professional and I am in the gym 4 to 5 days a week and just off the top of my head 2 of my gym buddies are medical doctors, one is a dentist, and one is an attorney. Most of the Black dudes I see working out with great bodies by the way are professional men with great careers. Also its many str8 Black dudes who make good money who work as police officers, at the Post Office or FedEx blue collar dudes and I dont know their criminal histories but I hasten to say they have probably never been to jail or prison. Some men find working out is a hobby and will find time to take their health and their appearance seriously. I personally say that its not enough Black men in the gym. I see what you are saying but most dudes I see in the gym even when I venture out to a hood gym in my city are pretty much working, you can go in any gym after work and see Black men in various work uniforms coming to work out.

      1. Tajan, I refer you to my reply to New God Flow. I’m sticking to my guns. Please read it carefully, particularly concerning “anecdotal evidence” and logic and the predictive “model”.

    3. Nah Dean you are wrong with this one dude. The gym has nothing to to with a person ending up in prison, or not getting an education. It’s not that deep.

    4. I think logically you’re incorrect by the fallacies of false generalization & slippery slope You’re saying that “Men who have ripped bodies must not have time for education. His body is ripped so he must not have an education” is a false generalization & your attempt to say there is a link between how much time a guy spends at the gym to him having a “trained” (vague term) mind & black men in jail is a slippery slope. I go to school with & know many engineering mathematical & science(physical) majors who are built similar to him. A 1hr workout is about 4% of the day so that’s 28% of the entire week dedicated to working out. You also overlooked an important factor in building muscle which is eating right or how many years they’ve spent working on their body. Most guys I know start lifting in high school as a masculine thing to prove. Black men will ALWAYS be misrepresented in prisons simply because we’re black that is a fact. Yes you had to cut back in order to get your degrees but what disciplines are they in because having a masters in Criminal Justice or Psychology is equal to a bachelors in Mechanical or Computer Engineering. Not every major needs or requires a higher level degree, although it is preferred.

    5. There are even more white men in the gym so does that mean a lot of them are unemployed as well?

      I get you’re saying a lot of dudes seem to care more about enhancing their physical appearance rather than their minds, but there are some that care about enhancing both and they make time to do it.

  2. I love man tits too but I feel weird when someone sucks on mine. Feels like I’m breastfeeding a baby or they’re trying to milk me like a cow.

  3. Thor and The Man: Thor I didn’t say “Men who have ripped bodies must not have time for education. His body is ripped so he must not have an education” That’s what you said and you misconstrued my remarks. I have a degree in Economics and another degree. Economics concerns the allocation of resources. Money represents a store of value, a measure of value and a medium of exchange. That’s straight from Economics 101. It is said that a nation can have guns or butter. It’s about the allocation of scarce, finite resources.

    (See http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/08/guns-butter.asp which states:

    “Guns and butter refers to a famous model explaining the relationship between two goods that are important for a nation’s economic growth.

    In macroeconomics, the guns versus butter model is the classic example of the production possibility frontier. It models the relationship between a nation’s investment in defense and civilian goods. In this model, a nation has to choose between two options when spending its finite resources. It can buy guns, butter, or a combination of both. This relationship represents a country’s choices between defense and civilian spending in more complex economies”)

    A nation needs guns and needs butter but it cannot have all the guns it wants and all the butter it wants. It must chose a reasonable allotment of each with its finite resources.

    But applying the principal to the problem addressed here, there are only 24 hours in a day (a finite resource) so the question is how to allocate the resource? How much time to exercise? How much time to read? How much time to sleep? How much time to study or deal with educational goals? How much time to have and/or pursue sex or a relationship? Etc.? Since there is limited time, each subject of allocation (exercise, sex, reading, sleeping, etc.) competes with each other subject of time allocation.

    I’m not suggesting that sex or relationships or exercise or bodybuilding or sleeping, etc. are not proper human pursuits. I think that they are proper human pursuits. My concern is the allocation of scarce resources for each pursuit and the timing of each pursuit. Let’s discuss a few examples. Let’s start with me. When I was in college, it was very important for me to do well, accordingly, I focused on the goal of being the first in my family to graduate from college and I didn’t have much of a social life and I didn’t exercise much. But I did graduate with honors from college and at the top of my class. On the other hand, there were many of my fellow students who didn’t graduate at all. They partied and didn’t focus on their studies and they dropped out or were kicked out due to poor grades.

    Similarly, when I went to graduate school, I focused on that and consequently I did well in it. On the other hand, I noticed a fellow graduate school student of mine frequently leave the law library early to chase women for sex. He didn’t do so well in graduate school and he that affected negatively his career opportunities after graduating.

    What am I suggesting here: We know that African American boys and men tend to focus on athletic achievement (at least more so than many other ethnic groups). It appears that they want to be the next “LeBron James” or “LaDamian Tomlinson” or other sports star. Unfortunately, there’s only so much room at the top and NFL or NBA players are the cream of the cream or the cream. So many young African American men needlessly go from the school rolls to the unemployment rolls to the jail rolls. I’m suggesting that time is limited, most of these boys and men would be better off if they focused on their educations and less on their athletic skills.

    When it comes to working the body, that’s a good thing and is needed for health but having a “trained brain” (generally an education) should be done as well and the two compete for time and resources. It’s a fact that those with more education tend to do better in socio-economic terms.

    Again, “logic indicates that I’m right because time and resources are limited and because African American men seem to be over-represented at gyms, under-represented in classes of “higher learning” and over represented in jails and prisons. That is, the facts are exactly what my “model” predicts.” So I’m suggesting that African American men would likely do better in socio-economic terms if they focused more on developing their minds and less on developing their bodies. So I’m suggesting that African American men would likely do “better” in socio-economic terms if they studied more and studded less. They would likely do better in socio-economic terms if they “boned up” more and “boned” less. Etc.

  4. On these pages, I’ve said before: In medicine, the Hippocratic Oath says: “First do no harm”

    The song “Accentuate the Positive” by Johnny Mercer said: “You’ve got to accentuate the positive
    Eliminate the negative
    And latch on to the affirmative
    Don’t mess with Mister In-Between”

    Noted Black Panther Party founder and self-proclaimed revolutionary said: “What we’re saying today is that you’re either part of the solution or you’re part of the problem.”

    From the medical field, from entertainment and from a leader in black liberation, we get those words of wisdom. These words of wisdom all essentially say the same thing: First do no harm and accentuate the positive, eliminate (not excuse) the negative and do that because if you’re not part of the solution (the positive), then you’re part of the problem (the negative). It is unclear to me using the N word makes a positive contribution to the uplift of African Americans or black/people of African descent anywhere. In fact, it doesn’t. It is clear to me that it’s part of the problem. It’s a part of the negative! Knowledge is key.

    Similarly, when it comes to exercise (or any endeavor or activity), there is a time, place and manner for everything. I’m not suggesting that a person should not exercise, but when it comes to socio-economic advancement and even life fulfillment, there should be a balance of activities—depending on one’s situation in life and one’s goals in life. Exercise enough to keep the body fit and healthy but not so much as to interfere with your studies or work. Socialize enough to have social supports but not so much as to interfere with your work or education. Sex enough to have sexual fulfillment but not so much as to interfere with your work or education. To the extent that your allocation of the scarce resource of your time or money is excessive in one area, it does not allow for the necessary/needed allocation of that time or money in other needed areas. (It no longer becomes a part of the solution but becomes a part of the problem.)

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