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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. whodini

    whodini Senior member

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    Besides "Lost" you mean?

    Not sure how I feel about shopping with a couple of e-strangers...
     
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    well there's lost boys.. and then there's rrl.

    I'm just lazy and need an excuse to return shit to J crew
     
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    I may be stopping in now that Magician told me about it, I'll have to look into my schedule. I need to go to Pentagon City anyway.
     
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    So... where is everyone staying?
     
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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I am staying with my chick
     
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    Inside a bin at the Container Store.


    Hey guys (locals), can we get some ideas for food that doesn't involve sushi? Mauro's talking about slidders but I think Brett and a couple of others were worried about POTA (pissing out the ass) syndrome. I was thinking something along the lines of BBQ or tri-tip that we can just eat with toothpicks/barehands, just something that'll coat our stomaches (greasy foods) while we drink the town dry.
     
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    yes can we please focus on the menu.
     
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    kebobs?
    I like...
     
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    I hear bourbon is quite good at coating the stomach
     
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    Hey guys (locals), can we get some ideas for food that doesn't involve sushi? Mauro's talking about slidders but I think Brett and a couple of others were worried about POTA (pissing out the ass) syndrome. I was thinking something along the lines of BBQ or tri-tip that we can just eat with toothpicks/barehands, just something that'll coat our stomaches (greasy foods) while we drink the town dry.


    Ray's != White Castle. If Mauro actually gets the hookup from Ray's, you will be satisfied.

    Otherwise, I don't know what's in Clarendon--too white for me. Isn't there a Rocklands BBQ down there? How's that?
     
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    Mauro said he the sliders would be from Ray's.

    Bourbon will be the only condiment allowed at the snack table.
     
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    Ray's != White Castle. If Mauro actually gets the hookup from Ray's, you will be satisfied.

    Otherwise, I don't know what's in Clarendon--too white for me. Isn't there a Rocklands BBQ down there? How's that?


    Rocklands is decent. The pulled pork is good, but they don't know shit about brisket.
     
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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    I still need mor e in out on food danm it
     
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    Samosas or any other cultures take on dumplings. Mac'n'cheese bites! Hot pockets [​IMG]!
     
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    Vegetarian stuff! Trader Joe's has so much good veg stuff!
     
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    ^^^
    +1. If people wouldn't be afraid to eat my food, I would whip something up.
     
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    I still need mor e in out on food danm it
    Kebobs, BBQ, and bourbon. Done.
     
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    Mauro Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    we need some veggies.

    I am down for whatever you guys want me to get.
     
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    BBQ sauce is a vegetable.
     

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