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post #28741 of 46917
daym plate change guy designations worst job in the history of weightlifting

best seats in the house for sure but want to lift later? forget about it.
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Originally Posted by Flame View Post

Also, should I pay $200 a month for gyms with lifting platforms? My uni gym kicks ass except for no being allowed to dump weights.....

your call, if you want to do the classic lifts heavy you need to be able to dump the bar.

good thing im getting a bump up for my ref card so i can ref now everytime i'm not lifting myself
Edited by Lagrangian - 5/4/13 at 8:55am
post #28742 of 46917
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Originally Posted by TKJTG View Post

God I love refeeds

i second dat feel. i worked in a crappy surplus all week and then last night i had fish and chips, oven pizza and 5 stroopwaffels. woke up this morning, did 15 pullups and looked in the mirror.... nod[1].gif
post #28743 of 46917
i'm creating a monster out of my nephew. i've spent a lot of time with him as he grows up, and at the age of three, he insists on having eggs and cottage cheese for breakfast every day ("more protein!!!!"). he insists on throwing down double-bicep poses as a greeting/goodbye and always wants to "lift weights with uncle jarude" when he comes to visit. the other day i was visiting and made some protein pudding and bribed him with it to put on his pajamas and he ended up eating half of the bowl. i tied a 10lb plate to a skipping rope and he sled-dragged it a bunch of times, plus i have some fractional plates that he does random movements with

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post #28744 of 46917
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

i'm creating a monster out of my nephew. i've spent a lot of time with him as he grows up, and at the age of three, he insists on having eggs and cottage cheese for breakfast every day ("more protein!!!!"). he insists on throwing down double-bicep poses as a greeting/goodbye and always wants to "lift weights with uncle jarude" when he comes to visit. the other day i was visiting and made some protein pudding and bribed him with it to put on his pajamas and he ended up eating half of the bowl. i tied a 10lb plate to a skipping rope and he sled-dragged it a bunch of times, plus i have some fractional plates that he does random movements with

makin swole kids icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



Lol I know this feel, brb doing single arm overhead press with a 5lb plate when I was like 8. I was so functional, holding a plate upright requires loads of stability. Mum wouldn't let me do 1arm db rows because she thought they were bad for my back.
post #28745 of 46917
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Originally Posted by jarude View Post

simple, just get more aesthetic, then the relative aesthetic-ness of the hoodrats you slay will rise as well

im sure you have an economic theory for this


I think I can model Flames idea using a game of imperfect information and a p value based on the probability of the girl thinking she's aesthetic. I think it's mainly because I don't like making an effort so the only ones I can get without putting in work have low self esteem and 9s usually don't have low self esteem. This one was 23 and works in risk consultancy, have only been getting with the older ones too recently it seems.
post #28746 of 46917
Actually most 9s will have low self esteem once you crack the surface. The hotter they are, the more fragile their ego is.
post #28747 of 46917
Guys, "aesthetic" is a fucking noun, not an adjective.

thanks.
post #28748 of 46917
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Guys, "aesthetic" is a fucking noun, not an adjective.

thanks.

how is it a noun?
post #28749 of 46917
sorry to rain on the grammar parade here but wtf guys... it's both. JFC

post #28750 of 46917
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Originally Posted by Kid Nickels View Post

sorry to rain on the grammar parade here but wtf guys... it's both. JFC


yes, but this is only in certain contexts e.g. "the aesthetic appeal of the town hall" or something like that.

To say someone is "aesthetic" would be like saying "that person is fashion".
post #28751 of 46917
Don't give a fuk about grammar because am aesthetics.
post #28752 of 46917
Thread Starter 
English language changes bitches, nobody owns it

#YOLO
post #28753 of 46917
Aesthetic is such an aesthetic word. It can be used as any part of speech:

Noun: Aesthetics are key
Verb: I aestheticized all over her
Preposition: I walked aesthetic the gym
Adverb: I aesthetically flexed my biceps
Adjective: I plowed an aesthetic sloot last night
Conjunction: I went to the gym aesthetic drank a protein shake afterwards
Interjection: Aesthetic! Nice set, dude!

There's even some folks who interlace it into their speech as punctuation.
I went to the store todayaesthetic
post #28754 of 46917
I think you could possibly use it as a pronoun. "Aesthetic enjoys being aesthetic".
post #28755 of 46917
Leg progress:




No pump. Hamstrings still suck and still holding on to some fat back there
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