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Awesome commerical - Fighting for a kiss.

People behind this animated commercial are awesomely smart and creative.

However, I don't know why it's important for a man to have a soft skin in real life, do you think women prefer soft skin man or lets say normal manesh skin ?

[tags] soft skin,skin tags,women prefer,i don t know,kiss,animation,smart [/tags]


    Jad, this is fantastic! The commercial is unbelievably good!

  2. HAHA, I loved the matrix slow motion fart :D

  3. hahaha loved the commercial. I personally prefer soft skin :)

  4. I liked the part where the baby is training like a prize fighter the most.

    If by Mannish skin, you mean a beard, I doubt it.

  5. Hilarious comercial! And yes, women do prefer soft smooth skin on men...

  6. Jordan's Free VoicesSeptember 28, 2007 at 5:28 PM

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    Awesome commerical - Fighting for a kiss....


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