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Finding Before and After Pictures of men is proving difficult as the main forum is mainly women. I think we men should share some success photos here in the guys forum. I will share as soon as I have some results. Surgery in 1 month! I need some inspiration.

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I have a side-by-side headshot somewhere on my profile that probably rates a mention..

It's a six month 'so far' kinda thing but the changes are quite dramatic...

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I have a side-by-side headshot somewhere on my profile that probably rates a mention..

It's a six month 'so far' kinda thing but the changes are quite dramatic...

Wow! I found it! It's an incredible transformation! Congrats!

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Thanx...

It's after a loss of approx 140 pounds, which is just over half way to "goal"...

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Amazing!!! I am nervous but really looking forward to my results!

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I'm on my 7th day post op so it's going to be a while before I get any new progress pics.

I did have a 120 lb loss on my last weight loss push a few years back. There are pics of that in my profile.

Sadly....I let a surgery and some developing ailments to be excuses to being active and gained most of it back.

I'm grateful that the sleeve surgery was a success and I'm on the mend. My ailments will all be "healable" and I'll be feeling much younger by my next birthday in 11 months.

Hugely grateful.

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You fool! A male only picture thread?! This forum can't repel testosterone of that magnitude! All the women are going to start creeping this thread looking for their daily dose of beefcake. :P

I actually do like the idea of a Men's Picture thread. On the others it tends to turn into "Here is my new outfit and latest duckface pic" I am 2lbs away from my first goal. I will post my first picture here for that occasion!

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@@BigViffer - I have total belief that the women of this site are not going to get bent out of shape over this...

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Testing, testing, can a woman post here? Invasion pending.

Rats, I have to find out how this "multi quote" thing works. Maybe I'll be back. Unless you say "No." I'll respect that and will also unfollow the topic.

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Testing, testing, can a woman post here? Invasion pending.

Rats, I have to find out how this "multi quote" thing works. Maybe I'll be back. Unless you say "No." I'll respect that and will also unfollow the topic.

@@Mjdld - It's your thread, your call IMHO (NOTE: the lady was polite enough to ask) :)

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Gentlemen, after posting earlier, I ran it by other people and have decided to withdraw from your topic, leave you t your discussion and unfollow the topic.

But I think that before & after pics are a great idea. Nothing wrong with a boast about a super accomplishment and, at the same time, encourage people who are at earlier stages of their journeys.

Best to all you. Adieu.

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