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I would be ok with that.
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Mismo day pack, and Handsome coffee. Today is a good day.
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Which handsome? Sam Sebastian is amazing.
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Robert Geller Trucker Jacket
Super safe piece, but for some reason it was on my must-buy list for this season
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Did you buy it for the brand name?
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Did you buy it for the brand name?
Of course
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While CC has lower fees and (using the same concepts) these lower fees mean your dentist can pass the savings down to you. Yet CC is the newcomer and Invisalign is tried and tested, so it is faster and more accurate. They both do and are basically the same thing, one is just a lot more reliable right now. Really it all depends on how many aligners you need, the more you need the more expensive it gets. Most of the time regular braces are needed anyways

jet The best i've seen and used so far is Oxyfresh, it uses a blend of essential oils (lemon, orange, grapefruit, bergamot, lime, peppermint) and zinc. Doesn't stain, alcohol free, so far I haven't really found a better one at the conventions, pus it has 25+ years in the business

I'll check it out one of these days, currently using weleda.
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cos shorts
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OL pants, they weigh less than the shorts. Think I'll get a second pair if I can find a better sale
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While CC has lower fees and (using the same concepts) these lower fees mean your dentist can pass the savings down to you. Yet CC is the newcomer and Invisalign is tried and tested, so it is faster and more accurate. They both do and are basically the same thing, one is just a lot more reliable right now. Really it all depends on how many aligners you need, the more you need the more expensive it gets. Most of the time regular braces are needed anyways

jet The best i've seen and used so far is Oxyfresh, it uses a blend of essential oils (lemon, orange, grapefruit, bergamot, lime, peppermint) and zinc. Doesn't stain, alcohol free, so far I haven't really found a better one at the conventions, pus it has 25+ years in the business

I've been using this. Makes my mouth feel cleaner than drugstore brands. Will try Oxyfresh next.
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Which handsome? Sam Sebastian is amazing.

Its expensive but its damn good, probably the best coffee beans I have had so far. Got San Sebastian, Sitio do savio, and Deri Kochoha. Deri is so fruity tasting, which I would of never thought fruity flavored coffee could be good, or even possible with no added flavor. But it is very tasteful. 

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bruan - I should have bought those damn pants through tres bien. How are they? and are they noisy when walking?
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I got the cotton version at a brick and mortar store locally, TBS image since they have good image quality etc.. Very soft and lightweight, I find them comfortable now and think they'll be good in the hot days. They don't make any sound when I walk in them. Could imagine that it would be different with the nylon/technical version.
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Those OL Relaxed Trousers are nice, very light-weight. I purchased one in steel grey but I want one in black as well. OL has them on sale right now for 40% off but w/ shipping it costs more than TBS.

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Do you know how they compare to Isaora's track pants? Like would it be a waste to own both?
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