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by thunder
First in pool
Commission for Agony Blackthorn
So, here's a commission for Thermo of his lizardy self, relaxing on the beach on a lovely day in some Speedo jammer shorts. Always a good place to be certainly. Or maybe he's just flashing off his well toned body... could be either. :D

Thermo is (c) to: thermophilous_reptilian (on FA)

Art is (c) to me.

male 661,151, male/solo 17,438, muscle 15,967, digitalart 14,330, lizard 12,679, beach 11,663, muscles 8,635, swimsuit 5,382, digital art 4,075, buff 3,396, fetish 3,088, ocean 2,815, speedo 2,645, relaxing 1,703, beefcake 716, toned 698, spandex 592, full color 539, scaley 387, hammock 221, water dragon 188, lycra 129, jammers 4
Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 5 years, 5 months ago
Rating: General

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5 years, 5 months ago
Speaking from first-hand experience, that type of suit is FAR more comfortable to wear than a "Speedo" type suit, especially one that's one size too small.

I played water polo.  Having a suit that's one to two sizes too small is a necessary sacrifice...
5 years, 5 months ago
That they are. Speaking from my vast collection of various cuts, shapes, colors and sizes of swimwear. The briefs aren't bad, I tend to prefer a smaller cut, but I'm totally addicted to the shiny material of the jammers. I'm not sure exactly the type of lycra that Speedo uses in their jammers, but I wish I could get a whole zentai made out of it.
5 years, 5 months ago
What's funny is that five years after I bought a similar suit bearing the logo of one of my club swim teams, is that outside of struggling to get the suit up my fat legs, I could comfortably wear a size 32 knee-length suit... when I wear a size 42 pant/short.
5 years, 5 months ago
Swimsuits are surprisingly stretchy after all.
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