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Posts by SirGrotius

Only about 8 miles In the past week total, as I've been vacationing in Brittany France. Interestingly I feel I am losing weight even though my mileage is down about 50-80%. I imagine it's the small portions and stronger tasting food (ie I don't consume as much). (I have two toddlers so am active no matter what.)
The look works if you're into d&d
Ghost face post was best ever
I'm assuming he meant italian size 44, which is what SLP uses. Not sure I've ever seen 42 (XXS) but that would be cool for that particular jacket!
Dude sandals are killing it. Destroyed would look good on you
Tough one, as their hem measurements don't seem to be accurate. 7.8 inches, for instance, is 19.8 cm.If I had to guess, I'd say they are the 19 cms, as a) it's the most popular, b) I haven't seen 21 cm raw denim in the US for years, and c) 17.5 cm seems way off from 7.8 plus they may be labeled as "skinny" vs. "straight."Hope that helps a touch.
I really think that stealing Stephenson away from Bird played into this. MJ is that much a competitor. Of course that's icing on the cake, as Stephenson can ball. I don't see him becoming this max type of player, but with the new projected cap supposedly increasing exponentially this all makes sense. The Hornets are a cool team, somehow.
That's a pretty intense bar. I find Quest Bars, in particular Chocolate-Chip Cookie Dough, fantastic from a taste, macro, and effective standpoint. The only problem I run into is since I work out daily, they're not enough as a meal replacement, so I use more as a supplement and that's a hefty (calorie-wise, 190ish) add-on.
No run for me today. Worse feeling ever. I have a cold, mostly head cold, although I can feel the drip which is causing a sore throat, and I have a touch of chest congestion now. That is enough for me to hang up the shoes for at least a day. (I exercise every day, period, so this is extremely difficult for me.)
Ahh, terrible to hear and see. My experience with cleaners is that they know nothing and care even less about the garments; however, that job is egregiously bad. You're in NYC, right? I'd call the guys at Dior Homme (Hojo, in particular), as they have some special cleaner whom they recommend, literally, there is only one in the city who gets it. I'm in Suburban Philadelphia and spend extra money to get all my dress shirts cleaned as "tuxedos" and "hand pressed," which...
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