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  1. Every pic gets the expected “I love it” or “I hate it.” But for me, I’ve always loved how Josh curates the pics and I don’t know that there’s ever been a pic that I didn’t enjoy something about. This guy isn’t normally my thing, but I love how his hair looks in this pic and of course I love how that wetsuit shows his package. The dark suits just don’t do that very well…and maybe this guy knows that.

  2. This boy does it for me, precisely because his wetsuit shows what he’s made of. My interest in these pictures is homoerotic titillation.
    You can get wetsuits with light coloured patterns that automatically direct your eyes to the crotch. Bring ’em on.

    1. gfron1: “This guy isn’t normally my thing, but I love how his hair looks in this pic and of course I love how that wetsuit shows his package. The dark suits just don’t do that very well…and maybe this guy knows that.”

      Chunky: “You can get wetsuits with light coloured patterns that automatically direct your eyes to the crotch.”

      For years I’ve been curious if surfers and others who wear wetsuits have similar thinking and they choose the lighter colors to show off their crotch areas or if they intentionally choose much darker colors for just the opposite reasons — to hide their “packages” (and potential erections).

      And, I like his hair as well.

  3. Love boys who are not shy about showing their body, especially what they have been their legs. This picture is so perfect its hard to believe its not posed. Not that it makes a difference to me. Either way, I got a very nice buzz from it.

    1. Couldn’t agree more Freddy. I enjoy seeing these photos because they showcase the beauty of youth. I cringe when I wonder what one of these young, probably straight, boys would think of the comments here.

          1. My point is stop criticising and whingeing. You take your pleasure from the pics and we’ll take ours. It’s noboy else’s business.

      1. @Bruce:
        “I cringe when I wonder what one of these young, probably straight, boys would think of the comments here.”

        Just as easily as this photo was posted in a teen alternate sexual blog, it could have easily been posted in a blog or tumblr (or whatever site) that straight girls might visit and manage …..

        Just what do you think would be their comments about the display of a boy’s “package” if there were other “sexually suggestive” photos (shirtless, underwear, etc) of guys on their site?

        Girls and women can be just as “sexually suggestive” as any boy or man.

    2. @Freddy / Bruce:

      I (actually, WE milk[males]) invite both of you to visit “straight” boys’ blogs and peruse through their endless comments about boobs and cleavage ….. and oh, yes, let’s not forget about all the blond bimbos doing anything just to get their images online and “viral” (in both senses of that word).

    3. I make no apology for my obsessive compulsive attraction to teenage dick. FYI, there is an equal attraction for the rest of the boy too.

  4. Excellent photo! This picture has been my desktop wallpaper for 3 days now! Really like him alot :)

  5. Yet another “William” image from which the copyright symbol has been cropped. Such abuse of his privately circulated images is why he stopped posting a year ago. And if I requested it be withdrawn that would no doubt be ignored … as was my last such request, with absolute refusal from Josh to even acknowledge that I had advised him it was a breach of copyright and an abuse of trust. So… screw it. That is why I now despise this blog. Clicking on it was accidental. I shall try harder to avoid it.

    1. @ j. of g.:
      “Yet another “William” image from which the copyright symbol has been cropped.”

      How about providing a link to the “full, copyrighted” image so we can see for ourselves?

      I think joshua usually tries to determine whether some image has an original copyright or not …. and if not, it can be nearly impossible to determine with images that have been posted and reposted from blog to blog over the entire web.

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      “So… screw it. That is why I now despise this blog. Clicking on it was accidental. I shall try harder to avoid it.

      Sorry you feel that way. But, if you seriously wish to “try harder to avoid it”, then allow me to help you:

      1. If you’re using the ever-popular Firefox, then mouse or finger up to the menu, click or tap, “Bookmarks”,

      2. Scroll down to the folder that has your milkboys bookmark,

      3. Right-click or tap on the milkboys item,

      4. Scroll down to “Delete” and left-clickor tap;

      5. DONE.

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        1. Yet the last time I told you the source, and said he wanted it removed, you chose to ignore my messages. You never once acknowledged my messages to you. It took five days before you removed the image, after William himself had to contact you. You apparently found it convenient to ignore honest and sincere advice from a long-time member and donor that the image was stolen. (I have to guess at that – seeing as you never bothered to reply.) That is what pisses me off. But, screw it. The dickheads have won, the images have been made public and the photographer will never again share his images (as Kinky has confirmed).

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            I can’t say I remember about that specific case but some general notes:

            1. If I’d reply to every mail I’d be busy all day. I wish I could but that’s not an option.
            2. Yes, I only remove photos if the person who made the photo or the person on the photo asks me to. You have no idea how many people claim to know someone and speak for them yet when I ask them to let the person in question contact me I never hear anything again.
            3. With pictures that are all over the internet, like this one, it can be extremely hard to find the original source since usually no one bothers to link to it when they post it on their Tumblr, Flickr, Twitter etc. So if a photo comes from a private forum I don’t really have any way of knowing how reliable an information about its origin is unless the photographer gets in touch with me.

  6. I figure the picture was found just this way and used just as it was found. I do not know if this pic has a source copyright, but I too do not like the logo of the photographer/owner being cut off … it is like a castration. But … well … ?

    1. I am not suggesting that Josh did the cropping but it is a copyrighted William picture. Alack and alas he has withdrawn from the interwebz and we shall probably never see his like again.

      I could post the full image but that would be a breach of trust something that the poison seppo wouldn’t understand.

      1. @kinkynuts:
        “I could post the full image but that would be a breach of trust something that the poison seppo wouldn’t understand.”

        You don’t need to post the image, just provide a link if you can so we can see for ourselves.

      2. hi KinkyN. I presume the trip had to be cancelled. Message me sometime. I hope you are well.

  7. “Exactly this, I never did nor ever will post something without a source if I know the source.” milkboys

    ❦Appears so in this case!
    ~Found this image at multiple sources but only one had some detailed facts including who the surfer may be and when it was taken. It is marked © separately below the pic but not physically on it with no source given, (tried to track © but no luck).

    Sad to say but as with most images on the web once it’s on the web it stays on the web in a myriad of alterations, variations and places.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/69143392@N03/6288563009/

    1. Thanks for the link. But that link (original?) shows the same, exact photo in this thread — nothing was cropped out. The copyright is below, NOT in the photo.

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  8. @milkboys/pb
    ” It is marked © separately below the pic but not physically on it with no source given, (tried to track © but no luck).”
    ☞Never said it was the original or that it had anything cropped out of it but that it had some facts about it such as the date it was taken and the possible name of surfer.

    “Sad to say but as with most images on the web once it’s on the web it stays on the web in a myriad of alterations, variations and places”
    ~The reality is as with words spoken…

    “If you reveal your secrets to the wind,
    you should not blame the wind for
    revealing them to the trees.”
    ~Kahlil Gibran

    1. The original source was a private forum, unfortunately a despicable, traitorous, effluvium of botty water started to post the pictures elsewhere and attempted to coerce William to allow him re-entry to the group, so sadly the Maestro closed his club.
      And like that… he is gone.

    2. devilena:
      Never said it was the original or that it had anything cropped out of it

      “‘Exactly this, I never did nor ever will post something without a source if I know the source.’ milkboys

      Appears so in this case!”

      But your response to joshua with that link implied that it might be/could be/is the “original” and that the image here might be/could be/is cropped by the way in which you wrote it.

  9. @kinkynik
    ~Most certainly that’s terribly wrong but the reality is confidences are broken all the time even when most trusted like when relationships fail. Problem nowadays is the new revenge medium is the web, the worlds largest bulletin board.

  10. He looks so much at ease with himself; he’s beautiful in every way. Thanks for this picture.

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