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does anyone here have the Smoking Shirt? Whats up with it? Confused about how it fits into the whole JE aesthetic...
 

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Something about riding around in a Honda Accord in a $1000+ sweatsuit feels a bit incongruent to me.
As long as you can afford whatever you're buying and still got a retirement plan that is well funded (and by that I mean you can retire reasonably early) and money set aside for your kids, etc. then who cares 🤷🏽‍♂️ I know plenty of people who spend their money in one lane and don't care about other things; watch enthusiasts come to mind
 

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whats the reason for practice shorts >> game shorts? is that the elastic stripe that makes game shorts inferior?
I think the length of the game shorts is probably going to be an issue for anyone who isn't too tall, but I personally think the design of the game shorts is superior.

I'm 6'1 and heres an old pic for reference on length
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Keep it. The forum bullied me into liking it. And I love it now lol
As long as you can afford whatever you're buying and still got a retirement plan that is well funded (and by that I mean you can retire reasonably early) and money set aside for your kids, etc. then who cares 🤷🏽‍♂️ I know plenty of people who spend their money in one lane and don't care about other things; watch enthusiasts come to mind
I agree. Im also a watch enthusiast... JE has been a more recent hobby. I buy / sell a lot.

i like nice cars like everyone but i hate expensive maintenance.You can only have soo many interests. :).
 

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As long as you can afford whatever you're buying and still got a retirement plan that is well funded (and by that I mean you can retire reasonably early) and money set aside for your kids, etc. then who cares 🤷🏽‍♂️ I know plenty of people who spend their money in one lane and don't care about other things; watch enthusiasts come to mind
Most real watch enthusiast can probably sell few of their watches and have their kids set for education so I would not say watches are a bad thing at all.
 

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Man I have had the same car for 9 years 🤣🤣🤣
I had the same car for 12 until this year.

Still ran great. Gave it to my brother so he had a “beater” for the city.

Only reason we got a new car was because we needed more room for all my jawns... scratch that... for my KIDZ JAWNZ
 

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Buying expensive (German made) cars is more of a suckers game than anything.
I lost so much money when I was into cars. You never reclaim what you put into them.

Most of my JE play money comes from trading watches (or doing jiu jitsu private lessons) . Watch markets are insane right now. You can buy a Rolex and almost guarantee to sell it for a few thousand dollars profit in a year or two while getting to wear and enjoy it.
 

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