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“At one end of the group, Mulcahy thought he recognised the face of a much younger Sean Rinn, a sad-looking boy with buzz-cut hair and a forced smile splayed across his mouth.”
“Music turns out to match the personality of the buzz-cut young owner with interesting arm tattoos ask him why he endured 60 hours of pain to get them and his artistic reasoning will fascinate you.”
“He was over six feet tall, buzz-cut, and looked like his chest could deflect bullets.”
“One year our brother Gregg appeared with shamrock shaved out of his buzz-cut hair.”
“The boy wore a buzz-cut, but kept his bangs long, dyed purple, hanging in his eyes.”
““You may need a better sampling,” Aleesa suggested, as she gently pushed his buzz-cut head between her legs.”
“He nodded at the time-weathered and stained cartons, the faux hawk of cherry-red colored braids atop his buzz-cut dark blond hair swinging against his shoulders.”
“Sam Worthington is the suspiciously buzz-cut infantryman who takes upon Medusa as well as the Kraken.”
“Lauer--once so-well known for his thick head of hair that he caused shockwaves when he adopted a buzz-cut in 2002--has been noticeably balding for years.”
“As per usual, fans remain trapped in a pre-Britney buzz-cut, "Best of..." music video collection replete with red catsuits, school-girl garb collection and frenetic pelvic thrusting dance routines -- a time wherein the pop princess was seemingly on top of the world.”
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