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  • why do men wear skinny jeans?

    Last post: WryRhie on 11.06.13 at 08:56 | Started by barnes10 on 16.07.12

    There is the showing off of the merchandise which might be an appeal. But I think the fashion right now is to look like you don't need to do any exercise that builds muscle. Much like being super pale (never had to go outside and work) or being super tan (had time to lounge around and do nothing in the sun all day), being super skinny just shows that you are a part of a group who is able to attain things effortlessly. Fashion tends to follow these sorts of trends. There will be a more "conservative" trend to follow. Burlap kilts perhaps? ;) More about why do men wear skinny jeans?

  • Win a double pass to This is The End

    Last post: WryRhie on 11.06.13 at 08:49 | Started by dynamic1 on 10.06.13

    I love the whole cast. It looks like it could be an amazing film. More about Win a double pass to This is The End

  • Win The Last of Us on PS3

    Last post: WryRhie on 11.06.13 at 08:47 | Started by Live Fast, Die Young. on 10.06.13

    The trailer for this game is amazing. I'd love to see how it handles. More about Win The Last of Us on PS3

  • Physical capabilities of zombies (what you think zombies are capable of)

    Last post: WryRhie on 11.06.13 at 08:45 | Started by TommyTyrant on 10.06.13

    I think that zombies start out as total bada**es. The hunger cravings plus the lack of pain. They can charge through anything. Over time, as decomposition happens, the zombie will lose some motor skills. It won't be able to navigate a staircase without tumbling down. As various connective tissues lose elasticity the limbs will start to seize up and the movements will become more stilted and shuffle-y. If zombie digestive processes are at all efficient, the ingestion of human brains (or flesh) would work towards maintaining connective tissue elasticity and muscle mass. Failure to eat means the zombie will eventually waste away completely and there will be nothing there to mobilize the skeletal remains. More about Physical capabilities of zombies (what you think zombies are capable of)

  • Win tickets to see "World War Z"

    Last post: WryRhie on 11.06.13 at 08:38 | Started by CORTEX on 10.06.13

    I have my towel ready to go at a moment's notice. More about Win tickets to see "World War Z"

  • Win with Fit 4 Life

    Last post: WryRhie on 10.06.13 at 13:28 | Started by Sam on 10.06.13

    I would love a membership near where I live. And super nice that they have member events. More about Win with Fit 4 Life

  • Steamed over boiled veges

    Last post: WryRhie on 28.05.13 at 08:39 | Started by nzbear on 03.04.13

    Steam: I steam vegetables when I'm using them as is with just a bit of spices or seasonings on top. It keeps the flavor and I'm less likely to overcook them. Unless I get really distracted and just leave them alone for ages. It's simple. The flavor stays clean and like others have said, all the good bits stay inside.
    Boil: Boiling has it's place. I usually use it as a preliminary step in vegetable preparation. Boil before you mash or blend or roast. I don't do it as a stand-alone cooking method for anything but pasta and eggs. Boiling can cause the flavor and nutrients to leech out into the water and then be drained off. If you're looking to make an amazing soup though, boil whichever vegetables you'd like into oblivion. Keep an eye on the amount of water you use (for consistency) and season well. You can run it through a food processor to make a smoother texture as well. And soup is sounding pretty nice on a dreary day. More about Steamed over boiled veges

  • Win one of three Jim Beam Red Stag bottles

    Last post: WryRhie on 28.05.13 at 08:31 | Started by Bells-n-Whistles on 27.05.13

    That is an impressive looking label. That Jim Beam would really help make a night in extra wonderful. More about Win one of three Jim Beam Red Stag bottles

  • Win an exclusive Liam Coleman Peroni pocket square

    Last post: WryRhie on 06.05.13 at 11:25 | Started by Shaun on 04.05.13

    Those fabrics look amazing. It would make a great finishing touch on any suit or be a great gift. More about Win an exclusive Liam Coleman Peroni pocket square

  • Best advice you've been given

    Last post: WryRhie on 06.05.13 at 11:22 | Started by John on 15.12.12

    Make every decision at work as though the company is yours. You don't just want to get your work done, you want it to be something that will help you and the company excel. More about Best advice you've been given

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