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Go see a foot doctor 1. you might have shin problems 2. muscle problems around the shin 3. foot tendon/muscle/shape problems that cause pain in the shins because of the way you're walking 4. etc
dapperdude, could you post any pictures of the suit? I'm almost the same build as you (40 chest 32 waist 5 ft 5) and haven't found a suitable suit and I don't really know what it would look like if I was seeing it on the rack.. I'm using a black Nautica suit with minor alterations but the mid-section is too large. The Banana Republic shirts that fit me chest wise are far too large mid-wise. I'm interested in seeing the porportions
no, don't think I ever will
where you live also affects how mallable your hair is I normally live in Vancouver (I'm asian) and at home my hair is stiff and hard but when I was studying in London, England, the water there was heavier (my cousins said it had more minerals) and I didn't have to use gel or anything to style my hair after washing.
Quote: Originally Posted by DrCool1978 I like this, very nice. I prefer it to the first one.
I'm going to 2nd Dry-Fit I tend to wear dry-fit T-shirts or dry-fit sleeveless by nike or adidas. The nike ones tend to be hug the body more and the adidas tend to be looser. Shorts - almost always - length ranges from knee level to 1.5 inches below the knee, I wouldn't want it any shorter or any longer. No jewellery or headbands for me.
My $90 Lacoste white shirt has the 2 buttons for the top button (not sure on the collar style) Collar is similar to LSeca's collar style I believe
Close to never
I've never considered getting one and didn't know it was so common place until I moved into the workforce. Tattoos aren't my thing. I wouldn't hate someone for it or shy away from someone but if I wanted to marry a girl, tattoos are something I'd consider as a negative. It's not that they're for losers or gangstas or what not but it's not something I'd want to get into personally, and marrying a girl would be getting intimately involved with her on a personal level.
I don't get enough protein in my diet even when I'm cutting so I feel I need it - it's not just for building muscle http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercis...nefits-protein .
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