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post #1186 of 1906
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this thread is now officially

i'll be posting some of my tiny new abode once i get it together to finally lay down the quarter round
post #1187 of 1906
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Pictures too big or not enough/too much ass?
post #1188 of 1906
My car is boring and ugly and pleb, which is why I don't post photos of it in the car threads. My meal last night consisted of lazy leftovers that I spent 4 minutes preparing, which is why I didn't post it in any of the food threads.
post #1189 of 1906
It's going the way of MC WAYWRN
post #1190 of 1906
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My car is boring and ugly and pleb, which is why I don't post photos of it in the car threads. My meal last night consisted of lazy leftovers that I spent 4 minutes preparing, which is why I didn't post it in any of the food threads.

Noted. I guess I should have cleaned up anyways.

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It's going the way of MC WAYWRN

Oh well, a travesty indeed.

Edit: Not that it matters since my links are broken.
post #1191 of 1906
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this thread is now officially
Wait until I post pics of my officially hated womb chair in whichever "dump" I end up renting. lefty
post #1192 of 1906
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It's going the way of MC WAYWRN
Did somebody take a pic while standing on their toilet?
post #1193 of 1906
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It's going the way of MC WAYWRN

this and the food subforum have been the best visually for the past year or 2, I hope they don't go down hill
post #1194 of 1906
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this and the food subforum have been the best visually for the past year or 2, I hope they don't go down hill
i wish people with camera skills would post in my ingredients thread
post #1195 of 1906
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It's going the way of MC WAYWRN

What threads are workin for you
post #1196 of 1906
Cross-post from the guitars thread. A little portion of my New York City condo. I will post more at a later date.
post #1197 of 1906
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Cross-post from the guitars thread. A little portion of my New York City condo. I will post more at a later date.


Sweet -- a sunburst Les Paul, one of the all-time classics.
post #1198 of 1906
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Sweet -- a sunburst Les Paul, one of the all-time classics.
Les Paul's look good but they feel like a fake plastic toy guitar for children when you hold them in your hands. They feel so cheap I would never actually buy one, although they do have one of the best designs.... Also gdl, that is one hell of a house... Would love to cook in that kitchen, looks very roomy!
post #1199 of 1906
+1 on gdl's kicthen, it's lovely. I like to look at the kitchens on this site, some nice stuff: http://www.toyokitchen.co.jp/products/ really like these light fixtures: http://www.toyokitchen.co.jp/product...ing/foscarini/
post #1200 of 1906
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Les Paul's look good but they feel like a fake plastic toy guitar for children when you hold them in your hands. They feel so cheap I would never actually buy one, although they do have one of the best designs....

Also gdl, that is one hell of a house... Would love to cook in that kitchen, looks very roomy!

You can't be serious. Les Paul's feel like fake plastic toys? Are you sure you are commenting on a Gibson Les Paul? They are built like tanks, anything else in comparison feels like a toy.
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