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Pio, that is simply outstanding. Kudos to you.
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Pio, that is simply outstanding. Kudos to you.

Thanks. I've still got a few # I plan to take off by year's end, but just another 10'ish. I figure 200-205 is not a bad weight for a middle aged dood with my natural build.

On his order sheet, he has 9 body profiles, with 9 being the fattest. He had me as a 7 and now I'm a 2-3.
post #9273 of 44085
Good for you Pio, that is great.
post #9274 of 44085
Good for you, Piob. Welcome to the Skinny Club!

It'll be a while until Conne joins us if ever.
post #9275 of 44085
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Thanks. I've still got a few # I plan to take off by year's end, but just another 10'ish. I figure 200-205 is not a bad weight for a middle aged dood with my natural build. On his order sheet, he has 9 body profiles, with 9 being the fattest. He had me as a 7 and now I'm a 2-3.
Wow. That's a pretty drastic change in profile. Again, kudos. Funny enough, I was fat in middle school and didn't thin out until late in high school. When I started college I was fitted for my first blazer, the tailor said - oh, we'll have to take in the sides a bit...and I walked on clouds for a month afterward.
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Good for you, Piob. Welcome to the Skinny Club! It'll be a while until Conne joins us if ever.
I wear a 38 jacket, bitch. I iz thin.
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Thanks. I've still got a few # I plan to take off by year's end, but just another 10'ish. I figure 200-205 is not a bad weight for a middle aged dood with my natural build.

On his order sheet, he has 9 body profiles, with 9 being the fattest. He had me as a 7 and now I'm a 2-3.

fantastic, food for you!
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Thanks again for the kudos, guys.


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Good for you, Piob. Welcome to the Skinny Club!

It'll be a while until Conne joins us if ever.

No worry of me ever being "skinny" but thanks for the thought. Still a 46 jacket (eat your heart out Kunk!)
post #9279 of 44085
I got a jacket in the mail yesterday and I opened it up and it had one of those very distinct smells that recalls a memory. It smelled exactly like the perfume that my best friends' mom always wore from when I was in grade school.
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Ordered my first MTM clothes since October 08. I've lost 10 inches off my waist. Can't wait to get my new odd trousers, shirts, and a peak lapel, ticket pocket sportcoat to get here.

Congrats, Piobaire. That's an awesome accomplishment, and I'm sure you did it in style.
post #9281 of 44085
Going to see crystal castles last night. Hopefully it is good times (been to a lot of concerts...but 99% of them involve a group of people with real instruments so I dunno what to expect beyond something like a half-DJ set with live vocals)
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crystal castles, they might have live drums
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city championship in chess today with my son. he won 5 out of 5 games - first time, and most probably the last time it will happen. what they do is separate the top 10 players into their own mini-league, and my son was in the other group. if he had done a little better earlier in the season, he would have been in the top grouping and would have probably only have won a couple of games. he has had years when he has been in the top grouping, and that will probably happen next year, as he was number one this year in the lower grouping. but, the important thing is that he stayed focused and did well and enjoyed himself.
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city championship in chess today with my son. he won 5 out of 5 games - first time, and most probably the last time it will happen. what they do is separate the top 10 players into their own mini-league, and my son was in the other group. if he had done a little better earlier in the season, he would have been in the top grouping and would have probably only have won a couple of games. he has had years when he has been in the top grouping, and that will probably happen next year, as he was number one this year in the lower grouping. but, the important thing is that he stayed focused and did well and enjoyed himself.

Fantastic! At what age did he start and how often do you guys play?
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I wear a 38 jacket, bitch. I iz thin.

It's called skinny fat Conne...
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