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post #81721 of 98155
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

but i want people i didnt like to see me in my neurosurg funded sports car frown.gif
jk jk


out of curiousity, does anyone else here do routine FB pruning? I usually unadd people if i havent spoken to them in real life/substatively interacted with them in 1 year.

Ive whittled fb down to 200 ppl. Mostly the kids in my class since we routinely interact.

Do this all the time, it's great because I don't really give a shit about a large number of my former FB friends, mostly high school classmates. 

 

There was one awkward situation where I ran into someone I work with every summer who straight up looked me up and asked why I unfriended her. Pretty much told her ^^ but in actuality it's because her posts are drawn out and dramatic as fuck and I don't care.

post #81722 of 98155
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

More jackets need backpack straps. It is so practical, like when I was seated at a bar table for dinner.

What do you mean by this/do you have an example?
post #81723 of 98155
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Originally Posted by magro View Post

What do you mean by this/do you have an example?


siki im
post #81724 of 98155

That looks stupid. Special needs tier. If you need or want to take your jacket off, then just take it off. You're not free climbing; just drape it over a chair or your damn arm.

post #81725 of 98155
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Originally Posted by fistinyoface View Post

That looks stupid. Special needs tier. If you need or want to take your jacket off, then just take it off. You're not free climbing; just drape it over a chair or your damn arm.

It's still practical though. Sometimes you can't drape it over a chair (barstools), other times you might actually need to use both arms.
post #81726 of 98155
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Originally Posted by Feji View Post

It's still practical though. Sometimes you can't drape it over a chair (barstools), other times you might actually need to use both arms.

I want to put backpack straps on all of my jackets (0)
post #81727 of 98155
Fok, does rimowa make any aluminum luggage without the ugly ass wheels on the bottom? Would rather get a zero but I thought I read somewhere quality went down, got bought out or some shit can't really recall. They look much nicer than the rimowas.
post #81728 of 98155
Why get a suitcase without the wheels?
post #81729 of 98155
Wheels are ugly, a real man can carry his own weight(s), and a du got porters anyway
post #81730 of 98155
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Originally Posted by zapatiste View Post

Wheels are ugly, a real man can carry his own weight(s), and a du got porters anyway

If it's a carry on I agree, suitcases are meant to be checked in and often weighs a ton.
post #81731 of 98155
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Originally Posted by zapatiste View Post

Wheels are ugly, a real man can carry his own weight(s), and a du got porters anyway

you must not go outside the internet much. do you?
post #81732 of 98155
I didn't know there's a way out :-(

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post #81733 of 98155
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Originally Posted by zapatiste View Post

Wheels are ugly, a real man can carry his own weight(s), and a du got porters anyway

this

ain't nobody got time for no ugly ass wheels now please stick to the original question
post #81734 of 98155
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Originally Posted by jet View Post

this

ain't nobody got time for no ugly ass wheels now please stick to the original question

Rimowas website says no, anything above a briefcase has wheels.
post #81735 of 98155
Jet, I figured you'd be more of a Globetrotter type person.
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