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Redditors reveal the ‘skeeziest’ things they’ve done to check out a hot dude

It’s only natural to lose your senses when a hot guy is around. After all, science tells us the blood flow to the brain gets diverted elsewhere… right? (Don’t fact-check that.) But some gay guys have surprised themselves with their lecherous behavior, and they’re sharing their stories on Reddit.The confessionals kicked off after one user asked, “What is the skeeziest thing you have done, that you felt was out of character for yourself, to get a good look at a hot guy?”The original poster coughed up his own story: “I once followed a really hot dude walking his dog because I knew he would have to bend over to pick up his dog’s business at some point.

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