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Is it testosterone, ego, or something else? Day 204

First of all, let me apologize for the crappy picture quality. I almost forgot to take a picture today, and the lighting in my den is miserable. However, the photo does kind of have a trippy effect:)

This evening I heard a little raucous in my den. When I went downstairs, there were eight teenagers in there. Most were sitting quietly enjoying the wrestling match between my son and his friend. If there are any male readers (or maybe some females have some insight), can you please help me understand why guys are driven to wrestle each other?

Curious Mom,

That's my son, Andrew, on the bottom. They feel like they have more freedom to wrestle since there is more open space. The office furniture has not been moved back in since the new carpet. As you can see, the printer is on the floor.

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      2008.08.26 Edited

      LMAO -- I've got four males in my household, there's a wrestling match daily ;-)
      I have no idea why they must do it either, but it is pretty funny. Watch them sock-wrestle, that's hilarious! ;-)

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      2008.08.19 Edited

      This is what I have to look forward to in the coming years (with my own two boys!)
      Fun shot!

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      2008.08.18 Edited

      Too funny!
      My granddaughters must have a little more testosterone than other granddaughters because I often hear them say "let's wrestle" and then start wrestling each other.

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      2008.08.16 Edited

      My husband is 32 and he still wrestles with his little brother. I don't get that, never will.

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      2008.08.13 Edited

      I'm not sure, but with three sons growing up ..... I was kinda hoping that it somehow stopped when they got to be in high school ..... I know, I know, wishful thinking. LOL Gotta love them just the way they are!