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Random fashion thoughts

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

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  1. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    A random English person opining on what foodstuff is "English" is sorta like having a random American suddenly being the arbiter of things American. So, not quite as bad as a random Chinese guy being the instant expert on Kung Fu, but not all that far from there. There are plenty of foodstuffs that the average 20 or 30 something would have no memory of that actually an important part of the food history of a region. Food falls in and out of favor very quickly.
     
  2. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Get a toaster oven man. So much better.
     
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    You check out any Russian stores in the Richmond? If not you missed out bruh bruh.
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    My wife's Christmas presents (Marni coat and a Eugenia Kim hat) both here and accounted for. Daughters dolls are done. Wife is in charge of getting stuff for our boys. I have to get my brother something for the family gift exchange, and then we are done.
     
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    I have a toaster oven, but when you use it to make toast it only heats up one side of the bread... Unless you put the bread directly on the racks instead of the tray? But then you end up with crumbs all over the bottom...
     
  6. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    "But man is not made for defeat," he said. "A man can be destroyed but never defeated." - Hemingway. Also what a coach always said before sending us into the cage. Man had a knack for a pep talk.
     
  7. LA Guy

    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    There is always a tray in both a toaster or a toaster oven that you have to dump regularly anyway.
     
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    Are you guys saying there's a way to toast bread in the toaster oven that avoids having to flip the bread over midway? Serious question.
     
  9. LA Guy

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    Toaster ovens have both a heat source from the top and the bottom. If you use set the thing to "toast" and set your bread directly on the rack, both heat sources are activated, and you get a nice toast.
     
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    is this real life
     
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  11. what do you have against brad?
     
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    I will always hate my brad directly on the rack from now on. Thank u Fok
     
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  13. LA Guy

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    lol. Autocorrect is so awesome. I literally cannot stop laughing. Typing this is very hard.
     
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    he's calling you out uncontrol
     
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    My master/lover/friend's family own a home on beach front property on Mustique.

    Now, I don't believe they have ever "rented" it out...but I know his family will be there from 27th until after New Year's...and will be away in Australia from January 14 to May....so I assume the property will be deserted during that period...other than our intended trip in March for some beach-front pounding...so yes, it will be empty during the last half of February?

    Shall I enquire further for you, Habitant?
     
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    Only Fok can hate "his" Brad :lol:
     
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    please tell me you hit up the mission, hayes valley, height, noe valley/castro lots of good food and fun stuff.
     
  18. LA Guy

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    Well, he went to MAC, so he was definitely in the Hayes Valley, and I took him to Chocolate Covered (yes, I have a Jasper as well as a Brad), so he was in the Noe Valley; and I assume that he went to the Mission.
     
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    It only felt right to hang out in the tenderloin for a SF meet
     
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    IC, been to MAC didn't find it that impressive to be honest. Acrimony is pretty cool though. Now the macaroon shop next door to MAC is delicious.

    You were in sf as well?
     
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