The Many Butts of Lesser Places

Good news! As you might have heard Lesser Places has finally outgrown its old wordpress.com URL and become lesserplaces.com! To thank you all I’ve come up with something special.

Since the first post on LP people have asked why I am looking away from the camera in most the pictures on the site.

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IS IT SO YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR IDENTITY FROM THE INTERWEB TROLLS??? They ask.

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Nope. It’s because I look like this from the front:

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And no one wants to see that. (Un)Fortunately this has lead to a proliferation of butt pictures across LP. To thank you all for making LP the success its is I’ve put together a not very carefully selected list of my favorites. Enjoy!


Mark butt

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Max butt

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Matt butt

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Pat butt

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Mom butt

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Dad butt

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Jack butt

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Our butts

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Here’s a butt

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There’s a butt

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Everywhere a butt butt

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Younger butt

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Older butt

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Thinner butt

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Fatter butt

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Good butt

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Better butt

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Image Credit: Alan Vernon/Wikimedia

Cute butt

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Image Credit: Kapa65/Pixabay

Yak-er butt

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Butts, butts everywhere

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Over here

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And over there

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All the butts you could ever need

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Viewed from 180 different degrees

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And that’s the kind of content you just can’t get anywhere else. Thanks again, everyone!


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Max Wilson is a graduate student studying ecology at Arizona State University. He writes here at Lesser Places, occasionally for Backpacker.com, and even more occasionally for scientific journals. You can follow him on twitter @maxomillions.

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