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  1. GORDON COLE
  2. it was at this moment narcolepsy knew, he fucked up

  3. Season 2 confirmed
  4. This is seriously slick. I was looking @ a "build weekly" type magazine build, but it was quite small in all honesty and I was skeptical of the quality. Needless to say I was glad I didn't because there's all kinds of issues with quality. To the point people are having to add in 60mm dc fans to cool down a certain component. How much are you expecting to pay for this in the end?
  5. are those wedges skin on? oh fuck yeah
  6. Holy shit Right, so I should probably do a proper intro for this. Newcomer Katherine Langford plays the role of Hannah, a young woman who takes her own life. Two weeks after her tragic death, a classmate named Clay finds a mysterious box on his porch. Inside the box are recordings made by Hannah -- on whom Clay had a crush -- in which she explains the 13 reasons why she chose to commit suicide. If Clay decides to listen to the recordings, he will find out if and how he made the list. This intricate and heart-wrenching tale is told through Clay and Hannah's dual narratives. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Be advised, it depicts suicide and rape very strongly. You may want to read up before watching. Anybody watched this yet? I was hooked from the first episode.
  7. meh/10 It's alright but clearly ghostwritten in a way that's trying too hard to be her...
  8. Oh holy shit Stephen Ogg is good in this. I just love the way he emasculates Gregory over and over.
  9. I only had the steak club... which was very good for the price and the fact its a chain... fish and chip friday is alright too, but I much prefer a normal chippy
  10. If I could give you one piece of advice, Never sit and wait while the surgery is being done. Go off and do what you have to do. I sat and waited 12 hours. It was hell on earth. The other stuff I went about my life and made sure I was there for when my mum got out. It's much better for you.
  11. Those wetherspoon plates are so fucking garish, the food from there is so good though
  12. Season had way too much filler. Increasingly has for the past 4 or 5 seasons now. If they made this 10 episodes, every episode would be either prime action or prime character development, since they only seem to bother developing 3 people and everybody else is just "FRUSTRATED" or "MOPEY" and so on. Honestly as it's reaching the better comic story arcs, the tv show is just getting worse. At least the telltale series is good
  13. My beard is much better than it was, but it's still shit. somebody who saw me right after I'd washed my hair and beard and combed it said I looked like jesus though... i lolled
  14. Anybody here cycle? My neck of the woods is a bit too hilly, and I think given my current size (though I am slowly shedding some of my weight) it would be a unsuccessful venture. Fatties that cycle roll call???

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    2. gtagrl

      gtagrl

      Don't let your size get in the way, you'll develop more muscles and lung power as your body gets used to it. You'll stick to a form of exercise if you enjoy it, so find some trails that are within your means and don't push yourself too hard until you feel ready for more of a challenge.

      It's addictive. Have fun. Bring a camera, or small binoculars, and stop to enjoy the views along the way.  

    3. narcolepsy

      narcolepsy

      My area is just too hilly. Main roads exceed 45 degrees regularly and I think it's just gonna be nigh on impossible to get around. Even my friend who cycles everywhere said he doesn't find here pleasurable to cycle around AT ALL. The city I have my eye on is pretty much completely flat though. A move may be on the cards sometime soon.

    4. Brian

      Brian

      Biking is awesome, your legs will get huge, lots of muscle. You'll hit your core and shit too, a lot more areas than running. I was into cycling before I started lifting weights a few years back. I may go back to it. Powerlifting is fun though. 

       

      Honestly, don't focus on distance right now. Just try to bike for 30 minutes or an hour, increase it as time goes. Then focus on distance, hills, etc. Or buy a stationary bike/use one at the gym. 

       

      If you're that worried about cycling, then walk. You can figure out how many calories you'll typically burn in a mile, then walk 5 or 6 a day. The hills will help in burning calories, it's low impact, and will get you into the routine of working out. Plus by the time you may start cycling, you'll have more stamina. 

       

      For some, you need to get into it slowly, for others you need to be shocked into hard workouts. I went from doing nothing growing up to football in 9th grade. Daily practices helped a lot. Lots of HIIT running and weight training. 

       

      Lastly, weight loss is 90% kitchen 10% exercise. Exercise will help it go a bit faster and help you look better as time goes on, but you won't lose weight if you don't change diet. PM me if you wanna talk more, I can give tons of advice.

  15. I thought the lady who played her in Fire Walk With Me was better, but maybe that's my prejudices about the character.