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Originally Posted by Maximator View Post

Picked up a new MTM coat and shirt today. Feels good to be among the better dressed again...

Also a girl proclaimed that people admire her style, which was then followed by a "I rock these sweatpants". Made me chuckle...

Whenever I see a cute girl wearing a pair of sweatpants with "PINK" emblazoned on her ass, I feel like she's inviting me to picture her pussy.

Sadly, the ratio of cute to not-cute girls wearing PINK sweatpants is about 1 to 100.

Making me happy today: a relative just invited our whole family on a trip to the Galapagos, his treat.
post #28277 of 45249
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Originally Posted by why View Post

What's a tool bag? :roma:

A bag to put tools in. Most contractors, carpenters and interior finishers carry something of the sort for jobs where a heavy box can't be left overnight.







post #28278 of 45249
My cat (Genevieve) has decided she doesn't want to drink out of her water bowl anymore. (She says "wooder bowl" because she is from Pennsylvania. She also says chimbley.) And so now I have to give her a tea cup full of water to drink from. It is a pain in the ass to do that, but it's also sort of cute.
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Originally Posted by L'Incandescent View Post

My cat (Genevieve) has decided she doesn't want to drink out of her water bowl anymore. (She says "wooder bowl" because she is from Pennsylvania. She also says chimbley.) And so now I have to give her a tea cup full of water to drink from. It is a pain in the ass to do that, but it's also sort of cute.

Lol, classic Philly accent.
post #28280 of 45249
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

A bag to put tools in. Most contractors, carpenters and interior finishers carry something of the sort for jobs where a heavy box can't be left overnight.

Never seen one (the contractor who does it or the tool bag).
Edited by why - 1/29/13 at 3:41am
post #28281 of 45249
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Originally Posted by imatlas View Post

Whenever I see a cute girl wearing a pair of sweatpants with "PINK" emblazoned on her ass, I feel like she's inviting me to picture her pussy.

Sadly, the ratio of cute to not-cute girls wearing PINK sweatpants is about 1 to 100.

Making me happy today: a relative just invited our whole family on a trip to the Galapagos, his treat.

His treat?????

Lucky boy...

Are we related ?
post #28282 of 45249
nvm. Not worth it.
post #28283 of 45249
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Originally Posted by deadly7 View Post

I am debating doing this -- let me know what you think about their stuff. My suit hangers are a mess of plastic, wood, and just a general mess.

Well, for my suits and jackets they come with good ones from my tailor, so I won't be able to comment there, but I want to start hanging my trousers properly so I don't have to pull out the iron as much. I got a cedar tie rack to reduce some of the bulk from my current one, and I got a ton of shoe stuff.
post #28284 of 45249
Girlfriend's birthday. Dinner.
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post #28286 of 45249
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Originally Posted by StephenHero View Post

I was browsing ebay for vintage doctor bags a couple weeks ago and I came across this thing below. The vague item description and lone photo gave the opinion that the bag was only good for decoration due to flaws that weren't described. But I thought it looked like it had lots of potential if a proper restoration could be done on it, so I bought it for $40. It arrived today and it's all sorts of awesome. The leather is quite dirty and dry, but it's very supple and should be an easy restoration. It's quite bigger than most doctor's bags, so my inclination to use it as a weekender or tool bag should be satisfied. The biggest flaw is one small rip on a corner that I should be able to mend or patch. The hardware is perfectly functional, and the mechanism of the bag's opening is really pristine. I suspect an older lady put the thing on ebay just to get rid of it. It's probably been sitting in a dry basement for 40 years, as there were some cobwebs on the bottom. But all in all, it was a good find and I'm excited about it. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif



this sounds like the beginning of a Stephen King novel.
post #28287 of 45249
lol
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Girlfriend's birthday. Dinner.

Hope she is paying..
post #28289 of 45249
Yeah, me too.
post #28290 of 45249
Dunlap-Hanna rocks the fat ass.
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