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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. melonadejello

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    Fortunately both of the other films of the trilogy are on instant with subtitles
     


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    Up until about last year all of my shirts were purchased from Filene's Basement, or, at best, Nordstrom. They completely lost their shape after 1-2 years, no visible 'damage' but they just didn't look right anymore, primarily around the collar. I think my question's been answered - both are basically going to last until you spill something on them or rip them.
     


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    Lots of tofu, stir frys, salad ... chili is pretty boss.
     


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    blerg I can't stand tofu except in miso soup.
     


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    With you on the chili. I make veggie chili a lot in the winter and prefer it to the meaty version. I like tofu, but I need something with it to vary the texture. If it's just tofu and, say, rice or something I feel like I get tired of it after a few bites. Got ma po tofu for lunch about two weeks ago and halfway through I had to get a bag of pretzels to eat on the side just to have something with crunch. Ever try grilled japanese eggplant with miso butter? That's worth making. So good...
     


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    love RO dunks, I just see them on myself :embar:
     


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    I find tofu varies a lot, I found one with a nice texture that takes flavours really easily.

    Grilled eggplant with miso butter sounds really good!
     


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    Real chili has no vegetables. I doubt I could make it 24 hours as a vegetarian... or maybe one meal as a vegan?

    Silken tofu with hoisin/sesame oil/scallions/preserved egg as a cold summertime snack.
    Bean curd in stir fries instead of tofu.
    Frozen tofu in soups instead of regular tofu.
     
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    Thanks, pretty much what is was expecting. I'm sold on the soundtrack and visuals alone so that should be ok.




    When I'm lazy I just pan fry a bunch of tofu cubes, add some herbs and eat that shit with brown rice and cocoa/curry sauce. It's alright.
     
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    Hah, true (I've watched those chili competitions on tv where they have very strict rules about what goes in the chili, and everyone dresses up like it's the Old West.)
     


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    I Saw the Devil and The Chaser were good. There's also No Mercy and Mother, both on instant and in the same vein. I think only Mother gets close to being as good as Oldboy though, but Lady Vengeance is probably my favorite of Park's.
     


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    this sounds like the sort of nit pickery you find in MC suits threaks ...

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    I was up in arms watcing The Chaser, you know why.

    The Man From Nowhere is pretty hyped but still a cool action flick.
     


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