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#

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Pages

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My Hairiest Adventure

Finding a discarded bottle of tanning lotion that claims to give its users an instant tan, Larry applies the product and is amazed when he sprouts dark, spikey hair on his hands and face that keeps growing back despite all his efforts.

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