So, last night I was taking a train back to my house, and I take my seat and I lift up my head, and there's this guy walking towards me with some of his friends. Right away I got the impression that something was off about him, but I didn't really know exactly what it was. Then I realized he was kind of walking funny, holding his arms in a weird position, as though her were hiking his shoulders (like, you know, as if he were shrugging, but not letting his shoulders fall back down). But that wasn't the only thing that was kinda weird about him. It was that this biceps were enormous. And what's weird about this is that the rest of his body was fairly average. He was in decent shape, clearly, but his biceps were more bodybuilder-like while the rest of him was rather thin looking. I don't know if I'd even call him lean. Now, the first thing I thought was that this guy was using synthol injections, but from what I've seen, synthol only makes you look bigger--it doesn't give you definition since, well, it's just fluid. This guy had really defined, vascular biceps, which were completely disproportionate with the rest of his body. And I'm talking about really, seriously disproportionate. I'm kind of curious what everyone makes of this. Maybe I'm wrong about synthol? If I'm not, then could someone really over-work a body part to that point?
Oh, and on top of that, his arms looked pumped, as though he'd just been to the gym, but I was on that train at like, 1:45 AM, and yeah, I know some gyms are open very late, or even 24 hours, but he didn't look sweaty or tired.