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post #55216 of 57266
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post

Anyone tried those DIY teeth whitening kits? Safe? Cheap? Work well?

I use crest white strips and have white as fuck teeth. They're really good. As skeen said they do fuck up your gums though.
post #55217 of 57266
I thought you were british tho
post #55218 of 57266
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

I thought you were british tho

Am actually american, just grew up in England. Crest white strips may not make your teeth white by american standards, but british people always comment on them.
post #55219 of 57266
Fuck off Skeen.
Edit; perhaps a tad harsh, I'm a bit drunk.
On topic; I got stuff from the dentist before I got crowns. (Heavy bruxis destroyed my teeth) Think it was called Polar. Hurt like fuck and really increased sensitivity but worked a treat !
post #55220 of 57266
I get whitening bleach from my dentist, but it's expensive at $20 per syringe. Each application gets the job done in 3 minutes.
post #55221 of 57266
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

I get whitening bleach from my dentist, but it's expensive at $20 per syringe. Each application gets the job done in 3 minutes.
Sounds like the stuff I got. 10 syringes to a box
post #55222 of 57266
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Originally Posted by skeen7908 View Post

I thought you were british tho

lol
post #55223 of 57266
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post


I use crest white strips and have white as fuck teeth. They're really good. As skeen said they do fuck up your gums though.

I used them once a lot of years ago... maybe six years ago... and my teeth very white... they were before the stripes though... I think those stripes are more than enough. Super white teeth look so fake that sometimes throw me off when I meet someone with such white teeth. 

post #55224 of 57266
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Originally Posted by Chulillo View Post

I used them once a lot of years ago... maybe six years ago... and my teeth very white... they were before the stripes though... I think those stripes are more than enough. Super white teeth look so fake that sometimes throw me off when I meet someone with such white teeth. 

I agree but my teeth are quite visibly yellow. Would like to go a couple of shades whiter.
post #55225 of 57266
I've never had any problems with the gums or sensitivity with the good stuff… over-the-counter products vary IME.
post #55226 of 57266
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post


I agree but my teeth are quite visibly yellow. Would like to go a couple of shades whiter.

Alright... don't over do it though... I have seen people doing the treatment twice in a row or crazy things like that... 

 

I have had no problems with my gums or any sensitivity to report after using the stripes to this date. 

post #55227 of 57266
Does anybody have a good recommendation for sturdy duffle bags I can use for sand bag stuff? I used to have a few military issue laundry bags that a marine friend gave me but they were both a little small. There's all kinds of army surplus places but I have no clue which ones are legitimately strong or not, it seems like a canvas rip stop or something would be best
post #55228 of 57266
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Originally Posted by OccultaVexillum View Post

Does anybody have a good recommendation for sturdy duffle bags I can use for sand bag stuff? I used to have a few military issue laundry bags that a marine friend gave me but they were both a little small. There's all kinds of army surplus places but I have no clue which ones are legitimately strong or not, it seems like a canvas rip stop or something would be best

You could go there and ask them
post #55229 of 57266
I meant online. There's only 1 place like that around me and they don't have any kind of duffels, only back packs.
post #55230 of 57266
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Originally Posted by 1up View Post

Lululemon shorts are super comfortable, won't go back to any other shorts.

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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post

I couldn't agree more. All my lifting and yoga shorts are now Lulu, shirts too. Very comfortable and they fit well.

Those prices, tho! I know value is tough to quantify, but what exactly makes them worth $70+?

I've totally regressed from the SW&D days when I could justify $200 on a shirt, but now I struggle to justify paying more than, like, 30 bucks.

I tried on a pair of UA shorts yesterday, but they had the stupid mesh lining in them, which is a deal breaker for me. I've already got boxer briefs for keeping my junk in place.
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