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It's called fashion. Look it up.
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My metabolism basically stopped at 14, I was a chubby kid. Since then it's been a total rollercoaster, but I feel like as I age I've begun to understand my body a lot better, not to mention what kind of physical fitness it responds to best and how to eat properly/healthily. I have a feeling I'll be passably fit as an older adult because of this, maybe being fluffy at a young age was a hidden blessing
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I'm the leanest I ever been.
post #84154 of 99857
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post

After reading so much shitty copy that are variations on: "This jacket will take you from day to night, from office to bar. It is a lesson in versatility. Try wearing it with some chinos and boat shoes for a laid back look", I have a new found appreciation for Yoox's straight forward styling and don't give a fuck, descriptions.

"Vest. Plain weave. Buttoned front. Long. Boning." - here it is on a guy wearing a white tee and some jeans.

 

We've been doing a lot of product videos for clients just to try step away from all the bullshit copy you see so often. 

post #84155 of 99857
surprised to see LA Guy and others in this conversation, i thought the azn metabolism kept one at optimum ninja weight for life if you just do a few pullups etc
Edited by robinsongreen68 - 9/18/13 at 5:02am
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Originally Posted by robinsongreen68 View Post

surprised to see LA Guy and others in this conversation, i thought the azn metabolism kept one at optimum ninja weight for life if you just do a few pullups etc

there are asian fatties.... like me frown.gif
post #84157 of 99857
interview with raf simons. he talks about love of art/curating, his childhood and the importance of feedback from customers

http://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2013/sep/19/raf-simons-christian-dior
post #84158 of 99857

i see fat asians around but 9 times out of 10 their diets are heavily westernized

 

last time i was in asia i saw a total of 1 fat person

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This is absolutely on the ball.

That said, you are not going to be actually athletic unless you manage your diet *and* do some fairly intense exercise - the last of which is not as popular anywhere in the world as in North America. Here, we really get both extremes.

As for me personally, I'm not the fully muscled, no fat anywhere, guy that I was into my early 30s. My body looks like that of a average heavyweight fighter, but shrunken down 60-70 lbs or so. It's fairly muscular, but not cut or even lean.
post #84161 of 99857
Speak for yourself fok.
post #84162 of 99857
god guys please you are ruining my delusions of being thin forever with no effort
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When I was in high school, I was on Adderall and it killed my appetite so I would drink Carnation instant breakfast every morning to make up for what I wasn't eating during the day.

Anyway, I got up to 140 and my face was really fat.

Haha.
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Oh no, 140.
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decent article but unfortunately this being the NYT he's pretty much preaching to the choir.

 

It's compounded by the fact that I live in car-centric Houston, but the obsession many people here have with portion size (and "getting their money's worth") always astounds me. And I feel like most restaurants/coffeeshops have no choice but to adhere to that mentality. I see fat people getting unhealthy/too much food all.the.time and I feel sad. But I'm an ex-fatty, so I'm super judgmental on the subject.

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