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Bigger, Stronger, Faster -- and Freakier

by nathanbloch   June 12, 2008 at 4:30PM  |  Views: 171

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This deleted scene from the documentary Bigger, Stronger, Faster is a testament to the truly warped minds that sit inside the roided out skulls of body builders.

At a certain point, one must ask one’s self, Do I really need my biceps to be over 20 inches? How much better a person will I be if I can bench another hundred pounds? Am I strangling my dog out of tough love or roid rage? Is there a difference?

These are questions that do not cross the chemically saturated brain of a competitive body builder.

I think my favorite line is when one of the guys says, “I’ve always wanted to look like a freak, ever since I was a kid.” Mission accomplished, sir.

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