Jun 16, 2005
Dr. Bob, I was reading the forum as was wondering what a "2xist tank top" is; I believe I've read it before in another one of your answers. Just curious. Keep up your awesome work!
Response from Dr. Frascino
You don't know what "2xist" is? Well the next time you see a multi-car fender bender caused by someone gawking at a large billboard of a sinfully attractive, oh-so-sexy, hunky-spunky dude in tighty whiteys stretched to capacity over a bubble butt or in loose-fitting boxers letting everything hang down and free, take a look at what they are advertising. Chances are you'll see a 2xist (pronounced "to exist") label on the waistband hugging the tanned six-pack abs. 2xist is the sexiest fashion underwear on the market today. In case you don't believe me, just grab the nearest drop-dead-gorgeous super-hunk mega-stud you can find and strip him down. There you'll find a reason 2xist!
I should also mention the 2xist company has been exemplary in their support of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts. For that as well as for their "inspiring" fashions I applaud and commend their efforts, generosity and compassion.
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