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I play rental car roulette a lot, and this weekend I got pretty lucky.First was a Ford Fusion. Huge trunk: after we packed for 3 adults and 2 dogs for a weekend trip, we realized we had enough room to pack a rolled up 6' x 8' rug AND it's matching carpet pad. Drove well. A bit wide, but Manhattan to Williamsburg then Williamsburg through Manhattan to Jersey City, then 4.5 hour drive upstate used up only half a tank of gas. I was happy.Then it was a Subaru Forester. ...
BaoHaus is also not far away
artist did some small touch ups on the top of my shoulder, the area I thought sucked. Was cake after ribs. Side of rib was fine, moving to the front was yikes.some poor bastard was getting the middle of his thigh done at the same time, and he was struggling. Towel on head, blank stare, friend had to make a snack run, etc. Sister in law has some area done, and she struggled. Wife also has same area done, and she was totally fine (it really is person to person when it...
no, though they'll most certainly turn a little blotty in 10 years.
Laut is good for Thai/Asian ABC Kitchen good for vegetarian. Aldea is good for pescatarian.
happened. hurt! but what can I say, I love my dog...
See, I'd normally take this exact approach, but a 2 hour lesson + all equipment included is only about $100 or so (would be a group thing, I already have a group, etc). It's just to get started with the 101 and be lucky if i could travel 5 feet upright. I do not surf but would like something physical that is more fun than cycling.
Keep photorealistic into perspective - it's a tattoo which is an interpretation on skin, which is active and moves. Further, if you like my arm, note that it's an interpretation of a series of interpretations. That's why a good artist is important, and why their feedback is important.In terms of pain, it'll hurt. Every person is different, but there's enough real estate on the arm that'll give you a sting. IME, pain is less about the fleshy part and more about the...
anybody have any experience with the NYC-based surfing schools?
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