2021.09.24 19:23 obamas_pet 2020 but Biden wins Iowa by a safe margin 😳
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2021.09.24 19:23 AlmaTheLab19 Sorry if this was already posted. Feel free to downvote me into oblivion if it has. This is not my meme btw
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2021.09.24 19:23 mint123455tt5 :,)
2021.09.24 19:23 ColdBlackWater The Berkshires are haunted -- we have the ghost stories to prove it. (Boston Globe)
2021.09.24 19:23 aninii [Repost] [Academic] Making Friends with University Social Distancing Policies (18+, College Students)
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2021.09.24 19:23 Pink0612152504 Joe Biden and Donald Trump in a naked chainsaw fight, who would win?
2021.09.24 19:23 DrLemniscate Why don't September through December have special names, like after a god or something?
January and February weren't originally named, since Winter was a dead period.
March, April, May, and June all had special names.
July through December were just numbered, before July and August were renamed.
Why didn't all the other months have special names? There's no shortage of gods and ditties from the Roman Pantheon.
Was it just because only Spring was special enough to be celebrated with names of the gods? With Jan/Feb getting names just because they were added by the Romans, so took the opportunity to rename?
Were there plans to rename the other Fall/Winter months like with July and August?
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2021.09.24 19:23 Piper_Plummer F*** Joe Biden Flag Flying on Lobster Pot Off Coast of New Jersey
2021.09.24 19:23 lichtgeschwindigkei4 China and the Persian Gulf in the Aftermath of a U.S. Withdrawal (and implications for US interests)
2021.09.24 19:23 Icy_Lingonberry1395 Not a fan of the game
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2021.09.24 19:23 Subatomic_Spooder "Battle of the Heroes"
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2021.09.24 19:23 G0ieb123 Called by the grave chained to summon of Souleating Oviraptor
Suppose my opponent reacts to my summon of Souleating Oviraptor with the activation of Called by the grave. Does the search effect of Ovi Go through?
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2021.09.24 19:23 SnowRider1988 This is may final bag setup! Not changing clubs any more I swear...
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2021.09.24 19:23 -Mathew_Kadei- My big
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2021.09.24 19:23 DapperAlternative The Cost of FMF
I've been on this sub for about 3 years and it has helped me find so many incredible deals. By my estimate, I have copped ~15 jackets, ~100 tops, ~50 bottoms, ~30 pairs of shoes/boots and ~30 watches. While this sub has saved me a ton of money, I still estimate that I have spent ~$20,000 dollars in the last 3 years. I love the wardrobe that I have built but there is no denying it has become extremely bloated for how frequently I get to utilize it. I have gone well past what can be considered frugal male fashion. I know I am not alone though as reckless spending seems fairly commonplace on this sub. For those just discovering FMF, I figured that I would share my anecdotal experience as a somewhat cautionary tale.
For frame of reference, I was probably a lot like most who come across this sub. I was in my mid 20s just starting off my career and needed a wardrobe upgrade as I was starting a new job that required business formal dress (which I had very little of at the time). After 2 years at this position, this sub helped me upgrade my style but I spent a LOT of money on formal clothes for work as FMF made it easy. After the pandemic displaced me from my job, I got a new one that requires a very simple uniform and now much of the formal wear I bought never sees the light of day. This means I have a few thousand dollars worth of clothes just lying around never getting worn. It doesn't stop there though, I have made other spending mistakes that are more my own doing but I hope share some of them to help others avoid making them and truly use this sub to stay frugal. 1. Impulse buying is killer. The true deals and deep discounts are at the end of season. Buying EOS also forces you to think ahead and reduces impulse buying. 2. Think from a cost effective standpoint about how much wear an item will get. Most people only go "out" in nicer casual clothing at most 1-2 times/week. Formal clothing (if you don't have a job that requires it) gets worn maybe 4 times/year. It is easy to blow thousands on these two categories and get little to no wear out of them over the course of a year making their cost per wear very high. 3. Lifespan of clothes. The average article of clothing lasts for 3.3 years (unless they're from Shein). Ask yourself if you will still see yourself wearing something 3 years from now before buying it. 4. Work clothes. Make sure you know the dress code of your chosen career before investing heavily in a certain clothing category. Prioritize clothes that can be worn for work AND personal life. Work clothes will likely be the ones you spend the most time in so those will take priority but if items can be worn for work and more casual settings than that's a win/win and more versatility to your wardrobe. 5. The "1 in; 1 out rule" is flawed. It isn't frugal if it justifies more spending and more donating clothes that still have life. 90% of donations get thrown away. As someone who is eco and cost concious, this one resonates with me as I felt bad once I learned most of my donations were just being thrown away. 6. You don't need something in every colowash/print/texture/fit. I own 13 pairs of jeans, which is absolutely excessive especially because I usually wear jeans ~1 per week. However, I justified each purchase with a minutely different color, wash, fit, etc. Untill I had far more jeans than necessary. 7. Focus on getting the right fit. I have too often bought something only to promptly donate it because it was on sale but I knew it was the wrong size or fit. Justifying a purchase when it doesn't fit correctly is wasteful because you simply will not wear it. Be weary of final sale items from companies with unfamiliar fits and don't be afraid to return online purchases that don't fit correctly. 8. Track your spending. A few small purchases rarely resonate but they can really cascade over time. It was very sobering to see the $20k figure come up for me when I looked at my overall clothing spending. 9. Track your wear patterns. Track how much wear each clothing category gets. This will help you prioritize your purchases. I have tracked my wear for the past year and found that everything I wore in a year could be boiled down to the following: 2 suits 5-7 work outfits (prioritize items that can be used for personal wear when possible) 3-4 jackets (rain, lightweight, heavyweight) 1-2 Sweatshirts + hoodie if desired 1-2 Sweaters 1-2 formal OCBD 2-3 casual print OCBD/flannels 1-2 long sleeve shirts 1-2 polos 1-2 short sleeve BD shirts 5-7 T shirts with 2 white, 1 gray, 1 black 2-3 pairs of jeans 2-3 pairs of chinos 2-3 pairs of khaki/denim shorts 1-2 pairs of swim trunks 2-5 pairs of gym shorts and shirts depending on exercise frequency (if you are into fitness) 14 Pairs of socks and underwear (more depending on laundry cycle) 5-7 pairs of shoes (1 gym, 1 canvas, boots) 3-4 watches (1 beater, 1 dress) I am a US North-Midwesterner so obviously each region/country will be slightly different but this could be used as a good guideline for a minimal/frugal wardrobe. 10. Recognize if you cannot handle following this sub. If it makes you take on debt, feel like you lack self control or takes up too much of your time, just get out. It's not worth it. This sub can become addictive and dangerous if you don't have the money to spend. While I personally have never taken on debt to make fashion purchases, I know people that have and they are still paying for it years later. I have not escaped unscathed though as my fashion spending has hindered my saving potential for the past few years and has set me back from financial goals.
So when browsing FMF, always keep your financial goals top of mind. Thank you for coming to my TED talk, I hope that this helps someone.
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2021.09.24 19:23 Ok_Statistician_Bot Vanessa Hudgens
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2021.09.24 19:23 mikey311 Conbee ii showing up as two devices with ZHA. Is that normal?
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2021.09.24 19:23 NORDLAN Trump flips out after Arizona ‘audit’ turns up even more votes for Biden
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2021.09.24 19:23 Codex_youtube1 The Way Down: God, Greed and the Cult of Gwen Shamblin (2021) -After rising to fame with her Weigh Down Workshop, a Christian-based diet program that preached slenderness as next to godliness, Gwen Shamblin Lara founded the Tennessee-based church.[00:02:10]
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2021.09.24 19:23 Capital-Ad8576 Sour Patch Kids Dispenser that will rise out of my desk.
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