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knucks has been trying to get my to buy a moped for like a year
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Yea, I ride to work and school every day, unless I need to run a specific errand or something, then I take the cruiser.

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i have a bike but it's a pain especially becuase i'm so far up.

i signed up for citibike a couple days ago, still waiting for the pass.
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Like... bicycles? If that then, not really anymore, but I used to race. Miss it a ton.

 

Anyway...

My diet has been meh lately. I get free food at the hospital at 9 PM so I stick around for it. It can be awesome like it is tonight with fish, beef stew, and cous cous, or crappy like yesterday with ham, carrots, and mac 'n cheese. I always end up grabbing a cookie for after dinner and a muffin for the morning.

Need to start grabbing half cookies and bran muffins or something that isn't crazy sweet. I weigh a bit more than I thought and I'm not anywhere near as 'solid' as I'd like to be.

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That awkward moment when you thought everyone was talking about bicycles teacha.gif

I realized that I have internally rotated shoulders. Most likely due to years of office work and sitting at a desk. What do? Trying to do stretches, but does anyone have any other useful tips?
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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

That awkward moment when you thought everyone was talking about bicycles teacha.gif

I realized that I have internally rotated shoulders. Most likely due to years of office work and sitting at a desk. What do? Trying to do stretches, but does anyone have any other useful tips?

 

Face pulls, push ups and EQI Pushups, Y's, I's, T's. Do RC work and stretch it. I asked conceptualist about this the other day.

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Yes, I park next to Audis, BMW and Lexis. Yet the rent is like $750 a month. If you can afford a car like that why are you living in such a shit hole? Probably because you can't afford that car foo.gif


I have a mate whose dad owns a pipe fitting company so working class, but makes a fair bit of money. Lives in a tiny as fuck council house with a couple year old SLK an Audi TT and some like early 2000s ferrai outside. They have some bikes and trucks too I think. Dem poverty values. Also has this tattoo so everyone knows he likes cars and doesn't care about job prospects. Also has his name and date of birth tattooed on his back in case he forgets.

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Originally Posted by Tigerprawn View Post

That awkward moment when you thought everyone was talking about bicycles teacha.gif

I realized that I have internally rotated shoulders. Most likely due to years of office work and sitting at a desk. What do? Trying to do stretches, but does anyone have any other useful tips?

Yea, I saw that in your picture awhile ago. Let me know when you find out what works. My back is stupid stronger than my front and my externals are stronger than internals. So that's everything they said to fix it. I still don't have a lot of internal rotation unless I warm it up.
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Mark was talkin bout motorcycles

I do miss my fixed gear though. The zen shit... cheesy, but no joke, very true. I wanna get some regular bikes for me and wifey here, lotta trails.
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I'm dealing with a similar issue. I actually might stop doing a majority of chest movements for a few weeks to get things aligned again.

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Yeah was talkin bout motorbikes
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oops...

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You can get a couple year old quattroporte for 70kish here. My girlfriends dad used to have one and now has the gt and the coupe drives so much better than the quattroporte.
Cool, yeah its expected that the newer cars drive better. I dunno, I just have a very romanticized view on older elegant causal sports cars like the quattroporte. Wouldn't mind an old Aston either, haha.
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Yeah well good luck with that because the way they drive makes other cars feel like shit.
This. My dad has owned a fair bit of german cars in that segment that I've driven. We had a 3-series diesel BMW like 5 years ago. So much fun to drive that car. The connection you feel to the road and car through the gearbox, steering and clutch is the major difference from driving day an opel (his last car was a electric hybrid opel). Its like day and night.

The newer Jaguars are very nice too. We had a XF. Same designer as some Astons.

My mom has an 10 year old Audi A4. Nice to drive as well (although not on the level of the BMW) but like you say Jarude, its breaking down a lot and its pretty damn expensive to fix.
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I have a mate whose dad owns a pipe fitting company so working class, but makes a fair bit of money. Lives in a tiny as fuck council house with a couple year old SLK an Audi TT and some like early 2000s ferrai outside. They have some bikes and trucks too I think. Dem poverty values. Also has this tattoo so everyone knows he likes cars and doesn't care about job prospects. Also has his name and date of birth tattooed on his back in case he forgets.

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It's kind of hard to actually judge people by the size of their residence. My family lives in a fairly small house but we own a bunch of houses and are in the process of building a 3 million dollar house in montauk.
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Yeah was talkin bout motorbikes

My girlfriend won't let me drive one and I'm a whipped ass bitch so confused.gif I do want to get a Chris craft wooden motor boat soon.
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