In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby Trefle » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:17 am

Valerie wrote: and who has time to eat when you're running from bears?

I guess you can eat the bear? *cough*
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby Valerie » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:31 am

Trefle wrote:
Valerie wrote: and who has time to eat when you're running from bears?

I guess you can eat the bear? *cough*


:P
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby mikbuster » Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:32 am

Well, urine color is a bit too slow for me because by the time I'd notice, I've been low for a while or find I'm over-hydrated. I have had lots of times where it's completely clear, mainly visiting family where they insist on eating three meals. What I think would be helpful is if there was a way to test it right at the time I start feeling light headed :)

Actually, I'm not sure I've ever really gotten hungry or thirsty. And I'm eating less to deal with stress than I have in the past :wink: (emotional eater) It's one of those things, like when you play a game all day and then suddenly realize it's after lunch time because you get hungry? I just keep playing and realize it's late because the pesky sun has gone down. I usually eat after work and frequently before work, unless I'm feeling depressed that day, so I can use those as my cues. :) Also I can eat about the same amount per meal whether I have one meal or three or four :wink:

As far as seeing a doctor, well, I know I'm going to have to at some point but I don't particularly want to, yet.
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby Valerie » Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:37 am

So I've known about these for a while, but I have not tried them: reusable menstrual pads. Any fo you ladies (or possibly gents) know if they're any good? They're supposed to be better for the environment and cost less over time, so I was considering switching for a while and thennnn forgot about them.

Edit: Oh hey, there's a free sample of the pantyliner where you just pay shipping. Maybe I'll try it...
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby mikbuster » Sat May 04, 2013 7:33 pm

So, I've pretty much given up. Apparently I can't find good flats anywhere in my size (for now I'll assume that's 16 even though I know it varies by shoe a lot and I have 14s that fit and 16s that are tight). With other stresses right now I really don't feel like doing anything, so, yeah, that's what I'm in search of.
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby Lia S » Sun May 05, 2013 4:01 am

I bought a pair of flats online, one (European) size smaller than my usual shoe size. I had to send them back because they were too big. The shop was passo.nl, but I doubt you'd want to pay for shipping shoes to you, finding out they don't fit, sending them back, pay for shipping them in a different size... Surely there has to be an online shop that sells big shoes closer to you?

It seems women's shoe sizes are flattering, a lower number for the same size, but that might depend on the shape of ones feet.

I don't wear my flats very often. I prefer my All Stars - they're practical, unisex, and made in sizes up to lifeboat (though the ones in girl colors aren't... I might look into the possibility of dyeing a white pair someday).
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby Valerie » Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:16 am

*resurrects thread*

Morgan had a scooter now, so he has a helmet. He wants to listen to music on his rides to/from work, but his earbuds don't fit under the helmet. Does anyone have any ideas? A quick Google search led to some recommendations of Shure earbuds, but they're a little out of our price range.

Also, Morgan has a job now. Have I told you guys that? This is probably why I no longer think we'll starve to death. :P
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby mikbuster » Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:34 am

I'm pretty sure there are helmets with speakers built in. Not sure on price though. :)
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Re: In Search Of: [Fill in the Blank]

Postby thebitterfig » Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:56 pm

There are "helmet speakers" on Amazon in the sub-$25 range. Seem like paddish things you'll put into your own helmet. Since logically there's someone out there riding a hog who's got to have his Skynyrd.
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