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You might recollect John Paul Pitoc from the numerous TV boarder spots and commercials he’s been doing over the last two of years. If you’ve seen him without his shirt he’s violently to lose. I don’t like the unshorn mane look he sports in the newer pics, but the trimmer set up and tattoo are hot. These caps are from two sources: “Six Feet Under”, which is one of my favorite goggle-box shows of all period, and “Mislead” one of my favorite movies. Both are effectively recommended. “Humbug” is great not only for introducing us to John Paul, but also for cementing the dear one activity between Tori Spelling and the Gays.

This man is the most alluring actor of the last ten years. He elderly like a pleasant wine and we still have to look at these pooped cruises and pitts and clooneys and be told what bona fide pulchritude is. We are so comfortably swayed by what they determine us. Well at least I conscious how to build compensate up my own pay attention to. What happened to him in the days beyond recall two years anyway. I will charter out him!!!! lol

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Finding Dad

Sharp clip from the upcoming film, "Finding Dad," to be released in the fall of 2013. Starring Chris Petrovski as "Chris", JP ...

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    Hottest Celebrity Crush?

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    John Paul Pitoc - Bookshelf


    The Advocate
    72 pages
    The Advocate

    After auditioning a rebound line's worth of muscular, talentless booty shakers, a frustrated Fall spotted his expected star, John Paul Pitoc, in an ad for an "underwear play" called Timothy Leary in Space. The presentation was forgettable, Fall says, but ...
    About this book
    The Support is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) monthly newsmagazine. Established in 1967, it is the oldest continuing LGBT semi-annual in the United States.

    Trick Trick

    Subject to kit includes 1 booklet and 3 photographs.
    About this book
    The papers kit includes 1 booklet and 3 photographs.

    Reel Views 2, The Ultimate Guide to the Best 1,000 Modern Movies on DVD and Video
    612 pages
    Reel Views 2, The Ultimate Guide to the Best 1,000 Modern Movies on DVD and Video

    RECOMMENDED Fulfil the need [1999] Starring: Christian Campbell, John Paul Pitoc, Tori Spelling, Stephen Hayes Director: Jim Drop Screenplay: Jason Schafer Running Time: 1:30 Rated: R (Sexual situations, gay themes, nudity, four-letter words) Theatrical ...
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    Exhaustively revised and updated for 2005! Includes a new chapter on the best special edition DVDs and a new chapter on verdict hidden easter egg features.