Take a good look at the perfect golden-peach flawless skin of Mario Schafzahl's torso...
There are good news and bad news. The good news is that this skin condition has dormant periods, where his torso looks totally normal. The bad news is that there are prolonged active periods where the condition flares up, and when it does, it is super strange to witness. I wonder what kind of disease he has; is it caused by a virus or bacteria? Or is it a genetic mutation, either he was born with, or acquired through some form of radiation? Is it treatable, and what is the best form of treatment?
The following images may be disturbing to some viewers. They have been pixellated as to not offend those who do not want to see Mario's imperfect skin. If you dare, click on each image to see the ever morphing skin disease that often afflicts our man of the month.
During Stage 1, or the mildest stage of the disease, the area of infection is concentrated on the the lower half of his torso. There are also bands of infected skin that run over his pectoral muscles as well. Notice the peel-offable nature of this infection, as if Mario's body is rejecting this foreign pathogen.
But of course this infectious disease will eventually escalate out of control! During Stage 2 of this disease, that band of infection that runs through his pectorals will spreads out even more...leaving only his arms infection-free.
During Stage 4, which flares up a great deal during winter seasons, is the last and saddest stage to witness. The infection has spread through across almost the entire length of his arms, stopping around his wrist.
Mario is not one to easily give up in face of adversity. In this picture below, Mario manages to temporarily reduce the coverage of the infection by doing a trick called 'rolling it up.'
And as we've witnessed previously, another trick to temporarily relieve an infected area is called 'lifting it up'.
But there comes a time when even the strongest, bravest of man must accept his fate. In the pic below, Mario is smiling because he has learned to enjoy and take in the beauty that is life even as he deals with this relentless infection.
Mario is not the first nor will he be the last man to be affected by this awful, highly contagious disease. While the infection is not deadly, it is still a serious problem that affects many of the hottest men in this world. So something must be done to combat it! Who wants to join me in a world-wide effort to keep all men who look like Mario Schafzahl disease-free of this skin infection?