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I've been telling you guys for a while that mirrors make things seem bigger/taller than they really are.

In other news, I think I've found a decent tattoo artist in the state of Massachusetts that might be able to do the kind of design I want. Boston has terrible tattoo artists.
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sup i'm down to 164 this getting ripped shit is easy
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sup reedo



OAH there is a future for me yet!
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sup i'm down to 164 this getting ripped shit is easy

How short are you?
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Next topic: Full-length mirrors. I own none. I want one. I can't make decisions about anything. Those cheap ones you can attach to a door often seem to distort reality a bit ("Skinny mirrors! Barney's has skinny mirrors, they make you look, like, 10 pounds lighter!"), but those giant leaner mirrors are a pretty big leap in price. Owners of full-length mirrors chime in, please.

just visit some second-hand stores now and then, full-length mirrors aren't that unusual at such places

alternatively, IKEA sell square mirrors that are like 30x30cm, you can buy 10 of those and put them up 2x5 (my sister has that in her room, looks good)
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I had a dream that I couldn't find a photo of these Kenzo shoes and needed to ask you guys for one but I woke up before I could. patch[1].gif

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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Next topic: Full-length mirrors. I own none. I want one. I can't make decisions about anything. Those cheap ones you can attach to a door often seem to distort reality a bit ("Skinny mirrors! Barney's has skinny mirrors, they make you look, like, 10 pounds lighter!"), but those giant leaner mirrors are a pretty big leap in price. Owners of full-length mirrors chime in, please.

My full length mirror is the top of an old coffee table (0)
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Originally Posted by thewho13 View Post

I've been telling you guys for a while that mirrors make things seem bigger/taller than they really are.

In other news, I think I've found a decent tattoo artist in the state of Massachusetts that might be able to do the kind of design I want. Boston has terrible tattoo artists.

Ben Pease at Pino Bros.
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Next topic: Full-length mirrors. I own none. I want one. I can't make decisions about anything. Those cheap ones you can attach to a door often seem to distort reality a bit ("Skinny mirrors! Barney's has skinny mirrors, they make you look, like, 10 pounds lighter!"), but those giant leaner mirrors are a pretty big leap in price. Owners of full-length mirrors chime in, please.

I have one from Ikea that was like $100 and has moved 3 times with me so far and has held up pretty well. Cheap and decent.
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so who's service do we use to buy from rakuten and yahoo japan again?
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Fromjapan
post #76963 of 99859
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Originally Posted by APK View Post

Next topic: Full-length mirrors. I own none. I want one. I can't make decisions about anything. Those cheap ones you can attach to a door often seem to distort reality a bit ("Skinny mirrors! Barney's has skinny mirrors, they make you look, like, 10 pounds lighter!"), but those giant leaner mirrors are a pretty big leap in price. Owners of full-length mirrors chime in, please.

don't go for the cheap skinny mirror. i had that in college, and it blew majorly. they're more likely to have that fun-house effect that who was describing. have you checked craigslist? or, if you have an ikea nearby, try that. their mirrors fall around the double digits.

also, even more important than the mirror is lighting. if the lighting in your room is poor, the mirror won't make much of a difference. something to keep in mind
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Sup geller

There were dip-dyed sweaters before Geller even thought to make one and compare it to German Expressionism.
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