In honor of all your work to make it OVER 20,000, and EARLY!!!

(Not on his butt, but I'll take it ;)

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ROFL bikette, it's a pic from google, not mine. I can promise, though, that I won't get nearly as creative as you. Not that I'm planning on visiting a proctologist soon, but I DO want to post my pics here! LOL

I'm in. Fun idea, Pup.

We should absolutely post pics!

I was thinking that the adhesive on my pump sets is a pretty perfect circle.....

Gotta find that blue sharpie!

oh Lots, that's the perfect color blue Sharpie. I'm not sure I can do such a perfect circle. I'd like to hear more ideas of how to draw/trace a nice one.

A roll of scotch tape? A button? A hand lotion container-type lid?

A challenge within a challenge, I love it LOL

Test strip container? Something we all have.

or....you could go large (tracing perimeter of a juice can), and trace it on your thigh, but in northern climates at this time of year....who would see it!

Good one badmoont2

Manny, you know... this is an OUT for you. Sharpie instead of tat, but you know where it has to go!

OK lots

Manny, a big blue sharpie circle on your BUTT!!

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