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i wrote off the loss, but i can't deny that i'm still salty for being swindled out of over half a grand.
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That seolhyun gif is hypnotic O_O
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와구와구 앙~~~~

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hyeri likes her man pizza ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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This is why you never give cocksuckers you don't know personally money.
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@StanleyVanBuren Nice! That was my second car, a hand me down from my parents. I didn't appreciate it back then but it was a good car. It was really sluggish when accelerating but once you got going it was ok. I got a ticket going 95 in it. The whole car was rattling.

Sadly the whole instrument panel went so you couldnt even tell how fast you were going so we got rid of the car
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Ugh, I want a car. How much do y'all pay for parking in the city? Hard to justify when I'd only use the car 2-3 times a month.

My car gonna be a 660cc box, though: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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This is why you never give cocksuckers you don't know personally money.

It's ironic that he has a near perfect seller rating on grailed.
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Is there an Uber equivalent in Tokyo?

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We have Uber itself and taxis, but public transport is fine for the city. I mainly wanna cruise out of the city on weekends
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In my building it ranges from 40k to 50k a month for 1 spot. So far ive been holding off getting a car too. Parking in the city is a stressful experience, ive been told. So if i got one, like u it would be just to get out of town occasionally.
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Originally Posted by Auximenes View Post

In my building it ranges from 40k to 50k a month for 1 spot. So far ive been holding off getting a car too. Parking in the city is a stressful experience, ive been told. So if i got one, like u it would be just to get out of town occasionally.


http://www.bostonmagazine.com/property/blog/2016/06/29/comm-ave-parking-spot-otm/

 

why rent a spot when you can buy one? only a cool 425k in boston. 

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Just rent a car when you want to leave the city, or something like zip-car. Parking is the worst. 

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Yeah they're steadily improving, past 2-3 "Trend" seasons have had lots of nice-looking pieces.

Only seriously bad thing is that they cut the pants too short, even the ones that look long in their model pics.
(have two pairs of pants that flare but unfortunately they are both like 5cm too short which just makes em look weird)

 

Aforementioned suede jacket (Click to show)

 

This was a while ago, but this got available again in my size online and was even included in the sale, so I decided to go for it.

Arrived today and it is literally one of the coolest pieces of clothing I've ever handled/worn (including my visit to LN-CC)

 

I'll probably take some better pics of it come fall when it's cool enough outside to wear it comfortably, but until then here are two quick ones.

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That looks really good on you KOY, what is it?
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

@StanleyVanBuren Nice! That was my second car, a hand me down from my parents. I didn't appreciate it back then but it was a good car. It was really sluggish when accelerating but once you got going it was ok. I got a ticket going 95 in it. The whole car was rattling.

Sadly the whole instrument panel went so you couldnt even tell how fast you were going so we got rid of the car

 

Yeah, I remember I knew a couple guys back in high school that had diesel benzes handed down to them, and we completely disregarded them at the time because they were obnoxiously slow, and in the late 90s, they weren't yet classics, they were just old. In our debate/rivalries between muscle cars and rice rockets, they were just simply not relevant. Now, though, I feel like they have stood the test of time, and also I no longer feel the need to always be driving the most powerful or best handling vehicle I can get my hands on. A great long distance car is worth a lot more to me now as opposed to just something with which to terrorize the suburbs.

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