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Old 03-27-2008, 09:30 AM   #226
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Oooh, there we go, you have a dryer. I don't. Waste of electricity and I don't have the room to put one in this tiny flat or the money to buy one even if I wanted it.

I prefer clothes when they've dried on the line anyway.
i line dry a lot of my clothes because i don't want to shrink them or they can't be dried. but things like jeans need a good shrinking up in the dryer. i prefer jeans dried, other clothes i don't really care.

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winter - jeans, tshirts/tanks with a sweater or sweatshirt or a few long sleeve shirts or a few blouses


different story if i'm working and need business attire. and i have nicer shirts than tshirts that i wear out. i'm currently pondering which one to wear tonight - i think i wanna wear the brown one cause i haven't worn those new earings that match it yet.
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There's a craze I won't be joining in a hurry.
I don't even get why they do it. I mean, sure, exercise is great for you, but WHY THE HELL do you need a huge upper body for? Don't people realise that it just looks freaking weird on Asians?

Besides, for all their weight training and looking big and dangerous and having a bicep the size of my thigh, I can STILL kick their asses without trying!

And the "I'm doing it to get girls" excuse is just crap, I'm sorry.

Also, why go pump iron in a gym when you can do some real exercise at home or in a class, and learn something useful at the same time, like how to punch so that you don't break your hand?

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I wear long sleeve T-shirts in the winter, but only just past my elbows because I roll up the sleeves on everything I wear.
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I own one suit, a pair of Khaki's, and four dress shirts. And two ties. And one pair of black dress shoes.
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And just randomly, what the hell is it with almost every guy I know and suddenly going to the gym to build up their upper body? Seems to be the new craze around here. And they never work on their legs, too, which means they look like upside-down triangles that'll break.
i fucking love upper bodies with muscles. but guys should never neglect their legs, you should be proportional. a nice ass is key anyway. and man, calves can really do it for me, as i learned when my freshman crush wore shorts in class yesterday.
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I own one suit, a pair of Khaki's, and four dress shirts. And two ties. And one pair of black dress shoes.
that's enough.

and i totally buy that guys go to the gym for girls. i wouldn't spend nearly as much time at the gym if it weren't for wanting to look hot. i still like being in good shape to feel fit and energetic, but would i do the leg machines to tone up or push myself as hard? no.
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I don't even get why they do it. I mean, sure, exercise is great for you, but WHY THE HELL do you need a huge upper body for? Don't people realise that it just looks freaking weird on Asians?

Besides, for all their weight training and looking big and dangerous and having a bicep the size of my thigh, I can STILL kick their asses without trying!

And the "I'm doing it to get girls" excuse is just crap, I'm sorry.

Also, why go pump iron in a gym when you can do some real exercise at home or in a class, and learn something useful at the same time, like how to punch so that you don't break your hand?

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See, my attitude is "you look lame most of the time, and it's just all too much effort". I'll work out my brain instead, thanks.
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i fucking love upper bodies with muscles. but guys should never neglect their legs, you should be proportional. a nice ass is key anyway. .
So true
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I own one suit, a pair of Khaki's, and four dress shirts. And two ties. And one pair of black dress shoes.
I have two suits (both used about once, I think), one other pair of black suit pants, several casual dress shirts, one pair of black dress shoes. I refuse to wear a tie unless I absolutely have to - this is bloody Australia, nobody wears ties except old people and politicians!
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I don't have a gym membership, which doesn't help, but I try to lift as much as I can.
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I wear long sleeve T-shirts in the winter, but only just past my elbows because I roll up the sleeves on everything I wear.
I always wear long sleeves, whether it's my blazer over a t-shirt or just a long sleeved shirt on its own. Why? Albinism and eczema.
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Ian McCulloch the U2 fan:
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and i totally buy that guys go to the gym for girls. i wouldn't spend nearly as much time at the gym if it weren't for wanting to look hot. i still like being in good shape to feel fit and energetic, but would i do the leg machines to tone up or push myself as hard? no.
Fair enough, I just don't see why freaking everyone tells me I should do it just because they're doing it too. I have my own ways of being in good shape, thanks!
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I don't have a gym membership, which doesn't help, but I try to lift as much as I can.
Gym memberships around here are overpriced anyway. I personally stick to pushups, situps and punching bag, with a little bit of dumbbell exercise for the chest and back.
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haha u2dem didn't share my love for calves. it's ok, i just got into them yesterday while i stared at them in class. and he was figetting, flexing his muscles and stuff
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