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What Makes Men Brave [Comic]

You might think that some men are braver than others, but what makes them really brave is something you probably don’t expect, a little like the brain-controlling parasitic fungus that can control ants. I shall protect you, my darling! Have you noticed that the mustache has a small mustache? That’s pretty badass. Like, badass squared. […] The post What Makes Men Brave [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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