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All The Times Norman Reedus Looked Hot In Sunglasses

Last week, we listed all the times Norman Reedus looked like a total stud without his sunglasses on because for a while there, it seemed as if he wouldn't be caught dead in public without his shades. (And lets face it, we love looking deep into his baby blues.)

But recently, "The Walking Dead" actor has been daring to go sans sunnies, making us miss how bad-ass he used to look while rocking his glasses.

So, just because we can, we take a look at all the times Norman Reedus looked hot with his sunglasses on.

Okay, Swoon
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Sunglasses Make Basketball Games Cooler To Watch
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We're Pretty Sure He's Checking Us Out
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Hey, Norman! Over Here!
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Hello To You, Too!
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Sweet Lord We Can't Handle His Hotness
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Can We Have Your Autograph... On Us?
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Take Us With You!
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What A Cutie
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Whoops! Sunglasses Off! Sunglasses Off!
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Phew, That's Better
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Oh, Hai
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Not Even His Fans Get To Gaze Upon His Eyes
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Seriously, He Wears Them Inside All The Time
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He Needs Two Pairs Of Sunglasses, Guys
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Oh! Oh Hi There! Have We Met?
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Don't You Mind Me, I'm Just Posing Beside A Lamp
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Hey, Cutie
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Sunnies? Check? Headset? Check.
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Our Hearts Just Exploded
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You Gotta Love His Commitment To Wearing Them
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Awww Yeah
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Slayed
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