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2019.12.25 16:31 kolt54321 "Frugal is subjective"

This subreddit is for discussion and sales of affordable clothing. No self-promotion. /FrugalMaleFashion has a wider scope, and is also filled with clothing out of touch with middle class budgets. This subreddit exists to narrow deals down to the budget - for actual reasonably priced sales on clothing, to help you build your wardrobe.

2023.06.11 00:09 Vivid_Designer395 [WTS] Grey Ghost SMC Carrier w/ assault pack, Velocity, TRex, Defense Mechanisms, Ferro, Beez, HSGI, Mantis X3, BCM Mk2 A5 setup, Radian Talon

All prices are shipped. PayPal F&F no notes. Discount for multiple items due to reduced shipping costs. YOU MUST COMMENT OR DIBS before messaging me or I will not reply. Dibs means you accept price listed. Please note that shipping may not happen until Tuesday of this coming week.
  1. Grey Ghost Gear SMC plate carrier w/ 1-3 day TAA compliant assault pack in MultiCam Tropic - brand new - removed from package for pictures and then placed back in plastic but tags still on. Decided to stick with regular Multicam so not going to use this. Compatible with ferro and crye zipper panels as well. Will not separate. - $350
  2. Velocity Mayflower UltraCOMP 2” MC H-harness + TRex wide stretchy backstrap also in MC. Not splitting. Never fielded but was fitted to a chest rig that sat around for a little while - $60
  3. Defense Mechanisms 5” hybrid skeletal cumberbund (expands due to elastic) with taktik buckles - $90
  4. Beez honeycomb plate carrier pontoon pads - never used - $20
  5. Ferro ATAK chest rig panel in MC - catch and release - $25
  6. HRT air pass backer for chest rig - $15 or $10 addon
  7. HSGI pistol mag taco (belt mount) in MC - $25
  8. Mantis X3 (dry fire & live fire compatible) firearms trainer - catch and release but appears in near perfect condition, comes with a magrail that’ll need new 3M double sided tape to be used - $120
  9. BCM Mk2 Buffer setup (A5) with T2 (A5-H2 improved) buffer - only thing not stock is the end plate which is a Schmid tools QD end plate (same oem) without the bcm logo - all new but has been in a parts drawer for a minute - $100
  10. Radian Talon (black 2 lever) - catch and release - $45
  11. Carbine buffer and spring - used and origin unknown but spring appears to be pretty stout - catch and release - $25
  12. Ambi-mag catch (generic Norgon repro) - new - $20
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2023.06.10 23:55 teamcatfish Are we in the right situation to enter to explore Polyamory.

My ex and I (both single and in our mid 30s) have now known each other for almost 8 years. We dated for 3.5 years (2016 - 2019) before I ended things. From that moment we have remained steadfast friends (we both regularly say that we are each others best friends). Throughout the years we have fallen into situations where we have slept together, and then reverted back to our traditional friendship. We did attempt to date again after late 2021, which was great for 6 months before we broke up again (issues outlined later in this story). Since then we have both been on our own significant personal growth journeys, me struggling with an ADHD diagnosis along with going back to therapy to delve into some childhood traumas. For her, she has done a tonne of work into her own personal growth around setting boundaries (learning to put herself first before helping others), communication and not being afraid to pursue her own path regardless of other people’s thoughts.
Throughout all of this we have both been each others biggest supporters, always available to each other through this all.
Recently, we both have been seeing a therapist together to delve into our conflicts from our past relationships and address the old negative feelings that would resurface from time to time. This was a great experience for us both and has allowed us to both take our communication to the next level as we peeled back the layers of hurt by learning and understanding what the other may have been experiencing / been through during those moments of conflict.
During one of these sessions recently, she said that she is bisexual and wants her next relationship to be with a woman. She has been with women before, but this was her defining it and owning it (as prior to this moment, i was one of a very few people who knew this). After the session, we were talking and I admitted that i had growing feelings for her that were becoming stronger as we progressed through our sessions. Rather than hiding it (as i would before) our new-found transparency allowed us to have this conversation and we talked it through, but she was very clear about wanting to explore this new path.
A few days after this conversation, she reached out and opened the conversation with how she had been feeling extremely horny recently, and wanted to know if I’d be open to some casual sex. I was initially hesitant, but after some thought I agreed as long as we set some boundaries.
I had a gardening course that was coming up over a weekend, and she signed up and joined and we agreed that the weekend away would be the moment to kick off a sexy weekend away.
The weekend came quickly and the tension was palpable. From the first moment to the last, it was incredible. This newfound communication and openness allowed for some of the hottest and freakiest sex we’ve both ever had. We pushed ourselves to our limits (which included her wanting to be dominated, which had never happened before) and in between the hot sex we would lay around and talk about anything and everything. Mostly, about things that we never shared either in our relationships or even during our friendships. Three of the things that came up were:
  1. Her attraction to women wasn’t new but after a psychedelic experience in which she was able to feel her connection to all women. She strongly feels that she wants the time and space to explore the softness and sensuality that only another woman can bring.
  2. That, regardless of her new path that she has always loved me, and always will. Her openness and sexual expressiveness was her way of physically showing me how much she loves and cares for me. Her attraction to me is always there and that helped me to understand and process where I fit into everything.
  3. The third was understand that her fears were not around dating me, but around the fear of expectation. Relationships come with labels and expectations and she wants to be free from all of that so that she can freely explore her relationships (both sexual and romantic) with women.
She talked extensively about her fantasies of having a threesome with myself and another woman. Towards the end of the weekend I asked her whether what she wants is closer to polyamory. She said she hadn’t thought about it. I said I had before, since my pursued relationships post our breakup never amounted to much in comparison to the depth of feelings I have towards her. I have never wanted to get married, or have kids and over the past few years I have been more into casual encounters, never really meeting anyone I wanted to date exclusively. I remember laughing and saying something along the lines of ‘wouldn’t it be a perfect situation if I could have your love, continue to fuck you silly, while allowing you the freedom to go out and explore relationships with women’.
She looked at me, I looked at her and we both laughed. Why not? The more I thought about it, the more it began to make sense. We’re not jealous lovers. We discussed what we’d both want from this situation. My desires would be to be the only guy she fucked while being free to pursue other women. For her, she wants the freedom to explore hookups and relationships with women, but to do this from the safety and understanding of ‘us’. A place of reciprocated love, supported by amazing communication and exploration.
It’s not easy to get this all across. There’s the potential for this to be amazing, but with obvious risks. The more we talk about it, the more I’m opening up to the idea, but wanted some input from you ‘internet experts’.
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2023.06.10 23:49 McLovinPanda Looking for an Everyday Insulated Hoody Jacket - Prefer a Regular Fit

I would love some tips on an insulated hoody jacket I could try with the following stats:
In love with Arc'teryx, but I'm weirdly in-between sizes.
I'm looking for a not-too-warm all-purpose jacket for year-round use in Denmark. (30 F to 82 F, the yearly median is 46 degrees F.) Temp range in celsius: -1 to 28. Median: 8.
I'm 170 cm / 5'7", 84 kg / 185 lbs.
My Arc'teryx measurements are as follows:
Hip: 101 cm (meaning M) Waist: 97 cm (L) Chest: 104 cm (M) Sleeve: 68 cm (XXS)
I've tried the Atom LT Hoody, and the medium is too short and tight around the waist and back. The L is too big, and the sleeves are very, very long. I know the brand does longer sleeves on purpose, but it looks comical. I LOVE the jacket otherwise. So sad about the fit.
I've also tried the Proton LT Hoody, this fit better, but also too tight in the M and too large in the L. Too warm for spring/summer.
Thanks for any help!
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2023.06.10 23:48 Yumemiyou How beneficial is the regular fitness gym and lifting weights for grapplers vs strikers?

Hi there, I'm doing boxing, and there are lots of mixed views about lifting weights on it. Some say it's good because it makes you stronger and more resilient, while others say it's not the strength you want for punching, that you're better off with bodyweight calisthenics, running, or just using that time for more boxing instead of lifting weights.
But what about the grappling arts? I can guess the strength and muscle size gained can actually be advantageous in them and are more transferable, especially in some arts like Wrestling, Judo, or BJJ with its chokes, holds, and overcoming locks.
I'm asking because besides boxing I also go to the regular fitness gym, and I was thinking about, while I improve my boxing for say, a year, I can also build muscle and strength with weights, and later on, pick up a grappling art, taking advantage of them. I want to be a rounded fighter. Do you think this is a good plan, or I'm better off ditching the fitness gym and doing more boxing, or crosstraining a grappling art alongside it?
I've been going to the fitness gym for more time than I've been boxing but honestly, I find it dull and more of a chore most days. I wouldn't mind ditching it. Boxing is always fun in comparison and I can guess another martial art would be too. What do you think?
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2023.06.10 23:46 elizabethc231 The weather is getting warmer

It’s getting too hot to wear jeans and long pyjamas but I’m worried if I wear shorts they’ll show my scars (upper thighs).
I can wear regular denim shorts by keeping an eye on them all day, but it’s too hot to keep wearing long pyjamas and short pyjamas will 100% slip up and show my scars while I’m sleeping and my mum comes into my room a lot.
Does anyone have a solution to this? I really don’t want to be melting every night but I also don’t want to risk anyone seeing scars.
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2023.06.10 23:46 McLovinPanda Looking for an Everyday Insulated Hoody Jacket - Prefer a Regular Fit

I would love some tips on an insulated hoody jacket I could try with the following stats:
In love with Arc'teryx, but I'm weirdly in-between sizes.
I'm looking for a not-too-warm all-purpose jacket for year-round use in Denmark. (30 F to 82 F, the yearly median is 46 degrees F.) Temp range in celsius: -1 to 28. Median: 8.
I'm 170 cm / 5'7", 84 kg / 185 lbs.
My Arc'teryx measurements are as follows:
Hip: 101 cm (meaning M) Waist: 97 cm (L) Chest: 104 cm (M) Sleeve: 68 cm (XXS)
I've tried the Atom LT Hoody, and the medium is too short and tight around the waist and back. The L is too big, and the sleeves are very, very long. I know the brand does longer sleeves on purpose, but it looks comical. I LOVE the jacket otherwise. So sad about the fit.
I've also tried the Proton LT Hoody, this fit better, but also too tight in the M and too large in the L. Too warm for spring/summer.
Thanks for any help!
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2023.06.10 23:46 McLovinPanda Looking for an Everyday Insulated Hoody Jacket - Prefer a Regular Fit

I would love some tips on an insulated hoody jacket I could try with the following stats:
In love with Arc'teryx, but I'm weirdly in-between sizes.
I'm looking for a not-too-warm all-purpose jacket for year-round use in Denmark. (30 F to 82 F, the yearly median is 46 degrees F.) Temp range in celsius: -1 to 28. Median: 8.
I'm 170 cm / 5'7", 84 kg / 185 lbs.
My Arc'teryx measurements are as follows:
Hip: 101 cm (meaning M) Waist: 97 cm (L) Chest: 104 cm (M) Sleeve: 68 cm (XXS)
I've tried the Atom LT Hoody, and the medium is too short and tight around the waist and back. The L is too big, and the sleeves are very, very long. I know the brand does longer sleeves on purpose, but it looks comical. I LOVE the jacket otherwise. So sad about the fit.
I've also tried the Proton LT Hoody, this fit better, but also too tight in the M and too large in the L. Too warm for spring/summer.
Thanks for any help!
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2023.06.10 23:44 McLovinPanda Looking for an Everyday Insulated Hoody Jacket For Outdoor Use - Prefer a Regular Fit

I would love some tips on an insulated hoody jacket I could try with the following stats:
In love with Arc'teryx, but I'm weirdly in-between sizes.
I'm looking for a not-too-warm all-purpose jacket for year-round use in Denmark. (30 F to 82 F, the yearly median is 46 degrees F.) Temp range in celsius: -1 to 28. Median: 8.
I'm 170 cm / 5'7", 84 kg / 185 lbs.
My Arc'teryx measurements are as follows:
Hip: 101 cm (meaning M) Waist: 97 cm (L) Chest: 104 cm (M) Sleeve: 68 cm (XXS)
I've tried the Atom LT Hoody, and the medium is too short and tight around the waist and back. The L is too big, and the sleeves are very, very long. I know the brand does longer sleeves on purpose, but it looks comical. I LOVE the jacket otherwise. So sad about the fit.
I've also tried the Proton LT Hoody, this fit better, but also too tight in the M and too large in the L. Too warm for spring/summer.
Thanks for any help!
submitted by McLovinPanda to Outdoors [link] [comments]

2023.06.10 23:41 bay30three I got ROASTED for posting this on a general sub

(Looooooong post alert)
Hi all.
I only joined Reddit a couple weeks ago after years of occasional lurking, and I posted this on a general sub, and got roasted to the point I had to delete the post to prevent going into negative post karma (I went from 90 post karma down to about 10 over a few hours).
At the risk of seeing a repetition of a barrage of abuse (I was called an idiot/ loser, and my replies got downvoted into being hidden), I re-post it here, just curious if the FIRE crowd has a different perspective.
For the record, I AM NOT doing what I'm doing to scrimp and penny-pinch. I genuinely enjoy my healthy packed lunches over unhealthy bought lunches that takes up 1/2 my lunch break while waiting in queue. I buy tech that suits my needs instead of paying extra for features I don't need. The things I enjoy in life most (running, walking, snap photography on my phone, family movie nights at home) happen to be free or cheap. As for heating in winter, I grew up in South Island of NZ without heating in winter, and my winter school uniform was shorts and I used to ride my bicycle to school through frosted grass, so I'm not about to start heating up the house for the mild Sydney winters. My kids aren't cold, and they keep taking layers off.
So here's the post. Fire away folks!

I am a 40M suburban dad in Sydney. Dual income, 2 children under 6.
I work in a professional capacity, and while I don't want to reveal my annual income, I'll drop a hint and say I paid over 100K in personal income tax last year (wife paid a bit less but not a lot less).
With that sort of income, many will say that just about everything is affordable to me. I am aware there is a cost of living crisis out there, and don't wish to come across as insensitive. However I would l like to share some of my tips on how to live on the cheap.

1) My groceries are cheap
I don't eat meat/fish/eggs/dairy. Yep, full plant based diet since early 2021, for my health/animals and the environment (I've heard all the arguments against veganism so let's not get into it here).
I live on beans/ rice/ vegetables/ fruit/ nuts and seeds. I go through two bags of the 'McKenzie's 12 blend soup mix' per week, at a cost of $4.60 per week. Brown rice I eat costs $19 for 5kg (I usually stock up when they are half price, at $9.50). I consume 200g of rice per day, which is about $2.66 per week when bought on special.
My other staples are steamed/sauteed broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, zucchinis, sweet corn, sweet potato, eggplant, kale, and fresh cherry tomatoes, red capsicum, cucumber, lettuce, as well as chia seeds, hemp seeds, roasted cashews and almonds. These aren't expensive items either.
I don't eat vegan sausages/burger patties or cheese. I eat a whole foods plant based diet.
My snacks are fruit. Usually apples, bananas, kiwifruit, grapes are staples, with occasional berries when they are cheap.
Also I don't buy any processed food. No potato crisps (they were $3-4 per bag when I stopped buying them, but I've recently seen them selling for $6.50 a bag), no biscuits, no chocolate, no lollies, no cakes or cookies or anything with refined sugar.

2) I don't buy lunch when I'm at work
I pack my own lunch the previous night, while I'm cooking dinner. Lunch is basically a 2/3 serving of the vegetables/beans/rice I had the night before. as I find bought lunches are unhealthy, and aren't substantial enough to fill me up. My packed lunch probably costs me $3-4 in ingredients.
I used to buy lunch every day, at a cost of $10-12 daily, which meant around $2500 per year on lunch alone. Now it probably costs around $840.

3) I don't drink alcohol
I went through a craft beewine/cheese/cured meat phase for about 10 years, but gave these up not long after I gave up eating meat or other animal products. I've spent 0 cents on these foods in the past 2 years.
When I was a regular drinker, beers at the pub used to be $7.50 for Tooheys/Resches/Carlton Draught and $9.50 for the likes of Balter, Pirate Life, Feral, but I believe they cost up to $12.50. No thanks.

4) I don't buy coffee or eat in cafes.
I went through a trendy cafe phase in my 20s and 30s, and thought nothing of paying $24 for a cafe breakfast and $4.50 for a large flat white. Now I make my own coffee at home. I buy green beans at a cost for $12 per kg and roast them myself (I bought a coffee roaster for $950 four years ago which has paid for itself many times over), and use 10g of coffee per cup, which works out to be 12 cents per cup. My soy milk costs $2 per litre, and I use around 150mL per cup of coffee, at a cost of 30c per cup. So my coffee costs around 42 cents to make.
I haven't eaten in a cafe for about 5 years now.

5) I almost never order in, or get takeaway
Not that there are many good plant based meal delivery/takeaway options out there anyway, and I find ordering in/takeaway meals to be expensive, unsatisfying, lacking in substance and not worth the cost. I avoid refined sugar and there is far too much in most takeaway meals for my liking. I eat them begrudgingly, occasionally (when my wife orders them).
The cost of a meal is the cost of material, labour, business insurance, electricity/gas, rent, advertising, accounting + the profits.
The cost of my own meals are the cost of the materials + gas/electricity. Huge difference.
I honestly enjoy my own meals more.

6) My fitness routine is free
I don't go to the gym. I do 100 pushups, 20 pull-ups, and 50 sit-ups every day (without fail). I also run a total of 15-20km weekly, and enter 2 marathons a year at a cost of around $100-140 per event. My running shoes cost me around $120-140 every 18-24 months.

7) My entertainment costs very little
I pay $120 per year for a Disney+ subscription, mainly for my children. It has more content than I could watch in my lifetime. We do a Family Movie Night once a week, usually Disney/Pixar animation films.
I also watch stuff on Youtube, and don't pay anything to skip ads or anything.
I have been to the cinema twice in the last 7 years, to see the latest James Bond and Top Gun 2. I stopped going to the movies regularly when the cost of a movie ticket hit $20, also around the time streaming services became available for $10 a month.

8) I don't use heating in winter or cooling in summer.
I am rugged in up 4 layers at the moment. I wear a thermal top, a knitted top, a polar fleece jacket and then an Oodie on top.
In summer I don't use the air con. It's singlets and shorts in summer, and when it gets too hot to sleep, it's a fan on timer to switch off after 1 hour, and it works every time.
I live in a townhouse and pay around $200 per quarter for electricity (for a family of 4). My next door neighbour pays $800 per quarter, as he heats/cools his home all the time.

9) I don't spend much money on clothes or shoes
My favourite clothing brand is yd, my socks are from Target and my shoes are $120 Adidas sneakers.
I have clothes and shoes for every weather and every occasion, and don't buy new clothes or shoes unless I'm replacing old ones to be thrown out.

10) I don't spend much money on the latest tech.
My hp laptop cost me $1200 in 2017. Still runs like new, and unlikely to need an upgrade for another 5 years. My phone is a Samsung S20 FE, which I bought 2.5 years ago for $750.
My Galaxy tablet cost me $280 earlier this year. I buy a new one every 5 years on average.
I can't fathom paying $3000 for a 14 inch Macbook, $1500 for an iPad, or $1400 for an iPhone.
My mobile plan is through a cheap provider at $25 per month.

So there you have it, the reasons why I believe I spend less than 90% of people while earning in the top 1%.

I'm not penny pinching or forcing myself to live like a pauper to save money while denying myself the pleasures I want. We go on overseas holidays 2-3 weeks every year, live in a nice spot in Sydney, own two luxury European cars, and own some pretty nice things.
My hobbies are reading, blogging, going out (which means exploring my favourite parts of Sydney, and taking snaps), posting on various internet forums, watching movies at home.
I grew up in a middle income household and being thrifty was instilled in me from a young age. When I was a student I lived liked a student, and when I started earning I didn't really change my spending habits.
Thanks for reading!
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2023.06.10 23:40 McLovinPanda Looking for an Everyday Insulated Hoody Jacket - Prefer a Regular Fit

I would love some tips on an insulated hoody jacket I could try with the following stats:
In love with Arc'teryx, but I'm weirdly in-between sizes.
I'm looking for a not-too-warm all-purpose jacket for year-round use in Denmark. (30 F to 82 F, the yearly median is 46 degrees F.) Temp range in celsius: -1 to 28. Median: 8.
I'm 170 cm / 5'7", 84 kg / 185 lbs.
My Arc'teryx measurements are as follows:
Hip: 101 cm (meaning M) Waist: 97 cm (L) Chest: 104 cm (M) Sleeve: 68 cm (XXS)
I've tried the Atom LT Hoody, and the medium is too short and tight around the waist and back. The L is too big, and the sleeves are very, very long. I know the brand does longer sleeves on purpose, but it looks comical. I LOVE the jacket otherwise. So sad about the fit.
I've also tried the Proton LT Hoody, this fit better, but also too tight in the M and too large in the L. Too warm for spring/summer.
Thanks for any help!
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2023.06.10 23:40 thevegassssbbc 28 [M4F] [M4FM] New-ish BBC local for now/ongoing FWB or dating!

Me: Recently moved to Vegas, looking to expand my circle and meet cool new people. Looking to play this afternoon and on an ongoing basis. Open to FWB, casual/serious dating. Locals preferred, but also down to meet with visitors for short term fun. Would be great to meet someone for consistent/regular fun both inside and outside of the bedroom. Looking for singles/solo hotwife play at the moment, but have played with couples before and am open to additional experiences in the future. Very open minded and adventurous, and would love to help explore any fantasies you have. Open to all ages/races/bodytypes, but do appreciate others who also value fitness. If this interests you, shoot me a PM and let's chat more!
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2023.06.10 23:32 diversalarums Can groceries be ordered on one account for delivery to another person?

I have Walmart+. An elderly acquaintance would benefit from being able to order groceries for home delivery but he has no computer or smart phone, and wouldn't know how to use either. Is it OK for me to order groceries on my account for delivery to his address?
This would be a regular thing, probably weekly. And I'm guessing he'd be OK with my creating a paid account in his name as long as I'm doing the actual ordering. But I'd feel better if he tried a couple of orders before obligating himself to a monthly fee. And I didn't want to pitch the idea to him without first making sure it was OK.
If there's a better sub for this I'll be glad to delete and repost there. TIA.
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2023.06.10 23:30 khoafraelich789 2023 MG GT Sport 1.5L Turbo TST

2023 MG GT Sport 1.5L Turbo TST
Make: MG
Model: GT Sport TST
Engine: 1.5-liter DOHC 16-valve Inline-4 Turbo Intercooler
Max Power: 161 PS @ 5600 rpm
Max Torque: 250 Nm @ 1750 - 4000 rpm
Transmission: 7-speed dual-clutch transmission
Price as Tested: ₱PHP 1,193,888

For a brand known mainly for its sports cars from the 60s to the 90s, it was unusual to see MG launch one crossover SUV after another in the local market. They teased us a little bit with the MG6 liftback (launched in 2019), but thankfully, they are upping the marque’s sportiness with the introduction of the second-generation MG GT sports sedan.

Its nose has a proper scowl, which makes it look like it is impatiently waiting for the light to turn green and dash away. It was thoughtful of MG to put holes for the vehicle plate screws below the 3D digital flaming grille (so onlookers can see its full form), and the extra black molding that extends into these large air vents is a nice touch that gives it a one-of-a-kind front fascia.

The side showcases its very nice 17-inch two-tone Tomahawk alloy wheels, a couple of sharp character lines that highlight the shapely fenders, and a chrome trim that traces the daylight opening and emphasizes the slope that gives it a fastback form.

LED bulbs are standard on the intelligent headlights and 3D racetrack taillights. It also has a couple of elements that reduce drag and increase aerodynamic efficiency, a front (carbon fiber-style) and rear (ducktail) spoiler.

It looks every bit the part of a sports sedan from the front, but I have a few suggestions. A lower stance would be better, which means reduced ground clearance. On top of that, a sleeker roof would make it look sexier and give it better stability, and a larger rear glass should elicit an illusion of a wider body (when viewed from the rear). Lastly, drop the faux twin exhaust because it looks pretty obvious.

MG brags that it has a fighter jet-inspired cockpit. I have never been in a fighter jet as the closest I have been was while watching ‘Top Gun: Maverick,’ so I’ll take their word for it.

The dashboard is sleek, with switches that are just the right size to match the cockpit design. The plastic surface could be better, but the diamond-design accent that runs along the middle gives it a certain level of sophistication. The matching slim infotainment system is laid out horizontally and sits on top of a silver ledge with toggles to switch between the different menus of the 10-inch floating monitor. Designers gave the layout some thought to ensure every detail matches the image they have of the GT.

I single out the instrument cluster because of its different look and feel. I get a Chevy (think Spark) or a moto vibe from it, even if it sports a 12.3-inch virtual display with a digital speedometer and tachometer. The unique thing about it is the red linear gauges on either side that goes up and down depending on the speed and RPM.

Each front seat has bolsters for a snug fit, which is why it appears small at first. It cradles the torso very well, which helps keep the body in place during aggressive driving, but I wish the seat bottoms were just a bit longer for more thigh support. It has leather upholstery, red stitching, and quilting on the backrest.

There are two USB ports in front, one for charging and the other for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. It also has Bluetooth audio streaming. The third USB port is at the back, beside the rear air vents.

The flat-bottom multi-function leather steering wheel feels great. It is just the right size and enhances the vehicle’s sporty personality. It has tilt adjustment but does not have telescopic features. Behind it are the paddle shifters and three stalks that include cruise controls.

I like its current interior equipment and the power sunroof is not a regular sight in the segment; that gives it a leg up over the competition. More premium cabin materials would be better, and throw in more padded surfaces too. The six-speaker system sounds good, but maybe too good in some parts because I can feel the vibration of the panels from the door speaker when I turn up the volume.

What is impressive about this vehicle is its small displacement 1.5-liter turbocharged gas engine that makes 161 PS and 250 Nm of torque. Drive goes to the wheels via a seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox. Throttle response is drive mode dependent. Normal is the default mode, and it feels pretty mild-mannered. The vehicle’s weight is more palpable as it rises steadily to the desired speed.

Switching modes was a little tricky as there was a button on the center stack. The paddle shifter also did not have an effect. Only when I toggled the gear shifter back did it shift to Sport, and vice versa. Acceleration is slightly more abrupt, but I love the sound it makes. Instead of the typical rumble, which you will not get anyway because it only has four cylinders, there is a thrilling throttling-up sound that rises in the cabin the faster I went.

Handling is not too light, but despite its good power-to-weight ratio, it is not as agile. That is partly due to soft suspension and high ground clearance. Its height raises the center of gravity which -together with the ride height- is why there is a significant amount of body roll when cornering.

If you want to sort that out, get a new set of coilover suspensions or a lowering kit (if there are any available). But there is a benefit to keeping it suspension setup stock. This soft type has more comfort versus rigid setups that offer sporty handling. It keeps road harshness levels down, and unless you plan to drive it aggressively, there is no need to modify it.

It has a forward collision warning and lane departure warning, but my favorite is the 360-degree vehicle view camera. It shows the vehicle's position relative to external obstacles, while the forward camera lets me park face-front as close to the wall as possible.

If you plan to take it for a weekend trip, the trunk space is 40 inches long and 53 inches wide. It looks big enough to store a couple of check-in luggage and several overnight bags.

At PHP 1,193,888, the 2023 MG GT Sport TST certainly has qualities befitting a compact sports sedan. It may not corner like the Civic RS but its higher torque lets it take off with a bit more bravado. This second-generation model is already on the right track with its powertrain. A few more updates in the MG GT and it can give the segment a run for its money.

Source: autoindustriya
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2023.06.10 23:23 shannonobscura What's this weird fabric tag in my t-shirt? it has cardboard inside.

Basically I want to find out what this specific clothing tag is for. It's just a regular white tag that would usually have instructions for how to wash a clothing piece on it. But this one has cardboard inside and is meant to be cut off there's nothing else on it but a few numbers. I can not for the live of me find a answer to this on Google. And this question doesn't fit with whatisthisthing either.
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2023.06.10 23:18 JAXShepherd13 Update on Roommate Saga pt 1.

So I had to take a reddit break. After the comments and messages on my last 2 posts not only was I overcome with guilt, but I started to think really poorly of myself. I'm nuerodiverse (not an excuse for my behavior) and the comments when I was already lost in my own head were alot to take.
I'd you haven't seen my last two posts, I'm basically obsessed with my roommate and I stole a pair of his boxers.
So. I didn't jerk off with or do anything else with them, after I read the comments I put them back. I also left the apartment (Might be the asshole for this next part) and didn't tell him. After what everyone said to and about me (people saying I was going to hurt or assault him) I just couldn't face him. I went to my parents house and stayed there for 2 days. In that time I didn't answer his calls or texts and he ended up calling my dad and found out where I was. My dad assured him I was ok and then told me to call him cause he sounded worried.
I stayed at their house for 2 days and I spent most of them in my old room on the guest bed thinking or crying. I realized 2 things - 1) I think I have genuine feelings for my roommate and not just lust, 2) I'm a coward.
On the 3rd day I still hadn't spoken to or talked to him, but I told my folks I was leaving (mom made me eat something - I have issue with food when I'm stressed, so I hadn't eaten much while there) and headed back. When I got back I just stood at the door frozen until it just opened and standing there was my roommate.
He was dressed. I know this sounds odd, but if we're not going to work we both usually just wear athletic cloths everywhere. But he was dressed in a fitted sky blue polo, dark jeans, brown dress shoes and belt. His hair was⁰ slicked back and his eyes looked extra dark. I inhaled and smelled his cologne. Idk what it was, but seeing him look amazing and my mind quickly convincing me he was probably going on a date just broke something inside of me and I start crying at our front door.
He drops his keys on the ground and pulls me inside. Once the door is closed he pulls me into a hug and I freak out a little, I tell him to stop and that I'm fine and that he should go out but I can't stop crying and he won't let go. Then my worst fear happens... I very quickly get hard with his body so close to mine. This makes me freak out more and I know he can feel it now. I start saying how sorry I am and he tells me it's ok and I say it's not that I'm broken.
He pulls away from me and I think it's over, but he just leads me to my room. He takes my backpack off me helps me out of my short and shoes and tells me to lay down all while I'm still hard. He covers me up and says he's gonna go change and for me to get some rest. I tell him again to just go on his date and have fun. I pull the blanket over my head and roll away from the door and I hear him walk away. I'm not sure where he went, I assumed on his date and I ended up passing out.
I woke up a few hours later and the apartment was quite. I got up and took off my clothes and leaving my boxerbriefs amd headed for some water. As I'm in tue kitchen my roommate walks in amd scares me and I chock on my water. He laughs and asks if I'm ok. I say yes and then try and go past him to go back and hide in my room, but he won't let me past. He starts in on "if you're stressed out you should probably eat" rant (yes he knows about my food issues).
He tells me to go sit on the sofa or lay back down while he makes something and I do as I'm told. As he's walking over to me with my sammich I found myself in an odd place. It was abnormal to have someone take care of me even in this small way and it felt good. On the other hand I was trying to process that this might be one of the last times I spend with him.
I gotta go to a work and talk to my boss since I called out two days. I'll update you all on my roommate's and I's discussion and aftermath.
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2023.06.10 22:54 rodger_thattt Big butts and jeans, how does it work?

I know it sounds ridiculous but I’ve always wondered, how do women who have large butts or get BBL fit into jeans/buttoned pants? Do they get larger sizes and get them tailored? I barely have one and find it difficult to size, it must be difficult/challenging for them
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2023.06.10 22:42 Dorlando_Calrissian Spider-Man Omnies: bridging the gap

Has anyone ever mapped out Spider-Man omnies that would fit between the roger stern book and the Todd McFarlane David micheline one? Would definitely want Death of jean dewolff in there as well as kravens last hunt. Has anyone mapped this or had it custom bound?
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2023.06.10 22:37 heppyscrub WTS - Collegiate Popover, Lace Linen Shorts, Shoes

All prices already have fees and cost of shipping added to them.
  1. Collegiate Popover - Size L - $350 shipped - Fits TTS. Worn for like 30 minutes once. I just never ended up wearing it so hopefully it goes to a better home
  2. Lace Linen Basketball Shorts - Size M - $300 shipped - Fits TTS. Worn once. Just not something I really ended up liking
  3. NB 550 Brown - Size 8.5 - $150 shipped - Fits TTS. Worn a handful of times. Just condition in pics. I just have too many and need to offload at least one of the 550s I have.
  4. Timberland 3 Eye Lugs - Size 7.5 - $90 shipped - Fits like a 8.5 - Has some jean bleeds around the opening but judge the condition in pics.
  5. NB 990v2 - Size 8.5 - $90 shipped - fits TTS. Not much wear but judge pics in pics.
  6. Rainer - Size 85. - $170 shipped - fits a 9. Never worn.
I'm open to offers but for the popover and shorts, I won't really budge because its basically retail + fees + shipping.
Paypal G&S
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2023.06.10 22:19 AltruisticEnd9 We must thank the Avs for going through this cursed season to satiate the sports gods so the Nuggets could go this magical run

It only seems like the right thing after the Nuggets did pretty much the exact same thing for the Avs last year. The parallels between these teams are absolutely ridiculous. Both teams are built, not bought, and are filled with high-character team-focused guys that play the right way.
Even the timelines are just about the same. We brought on Jokic, Murray, and Michael Malone around the same time as Landeskog, MacKinnon, and Bednar. They all went through tough battles together, as well as some really difficult down years. We lost some key guys that weren’t willing to buy in, but then we added MPJ/AG and Mikko/Makar, and we started going to the playoffs regularly. Then a couple of savvy moves in the last year or two filled out both rosters with incredible role players that fit in perfectly both on and off the court/ice.
Hell, I’d even say that their style/identity is pretty much the same: offensive juggernauts with enough grit to be able to beat any kind of team in any kind of game. I think it was clear to us fans that both teams had the requisite championship talent and DNA. But you always need a little bit of luck to stay healthy and get a few bounces to go your way. I will always believe that these teams served as the proverbial sacrificial goat for the other in these two years.
And now the Nuggets are just one win away from joining the Avs on the mountaintop. IF that happens (not going to tempt the sports gods now), then both teams will officially be on dynasty watch. They’ll have answered every question except for one: how many more banners will these championship cores put up in the rafters of Ball Arena?
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2023.06.10 22:18 Closeted_fascist_08 I've (15M) Started To Become Internally Racist.

I'm a teenager from London, but was never a racist until 2021 and now It's gotten worse.
This has all started as being the only person of colour in my friendship group and being the "token black friend" where my friends regularly say how they view me as an exception (largely due to my RP accent, the way i conduct myself, vocabulary and overall attitude). All my life i've been called a "coconut" or an "uncle tom" and that i'm "not black enough" which has made me feel distant from people of my race for the way I speak, dress and act which could be seen as snobby or posh. My friends have perpetuated these views and how I'm "more like one of them."
To restate I am not white, but have developed some white-supremacist, anti-migrant and xenophobic beliefs. As of recent, I have been carrying disdain and prejudgements of people purely based on race, I've seen those of my own race with white women in public and my mind has immediately assumed the man is abusing her in more ways than one. I have preferred to surround myself with white friends from the british isles, (however, I have some disdain against eastern europeans who I see as "different"). Not to mention, my prejudice against those not from here. This has been perpetuated by friends and British politicians such as the past 2 home secretaries' views and treatment of coming here those "illegally", which I have supported. This has caused me to have 0 empathy (Which I have never really given in the first place) to refugees and asylum seekers.
It's gotten so ingrained in my subconscious it's second nature and my mind immediately jumps to it when seeing someone who isn't white. Mostly I'll end up assuming someone does not know english merely based on skin-tone and having a different nationality.
This hasn't been helped by portrayals of non-whites in the media as violent, vulgar, abusive and criminal especially in UK Drill music.
I am scared I might commit a violent crime as I have had thoughts of doing horrendous things to people who do not fit the bill of a "british person", even to the point a friend made a joke talking about how immigrants being rounded up and persecuted which at the time made us all laugh but on reflection disturbed me. I have had a problem with sadism for my entire life and have enjoyed the thought of causing pain to those groups I dislike.
How can I stop myself from thinking this way?
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2023.06.10 22:05 Every_Chair2468 I can’t be the only woman who hates her chest

Probably not in the way you are thinking… it’s not that they’re too small or too big or too saggy, but I hate them. I hate when people look at them. I hate that I have to wear bras or bikinis to cover them up, which somehow even makes them look more “desirable” by making cleavage. I hate that anytime I wear any shirt they show. Any time I exist, they’re there. It doesn’t matter how baggy my clothes are, which I intentionally wear. On top of that, I hate when people ask me why I wear clothes twice my size because something slimmer would be much more “flattering.” “Oh sweet girly,” I’ve been told. You just haven’t found your style yet. It probably wouldn’t make a difference if I was wearing lingerie or the baggy clothes I wear. The fact is, I am female, and I am being treated thusly.
I wear scrubs to school. They’re SCRUBS. They’re not the sexy kind. Just regular-fit large scrubs to protect myself from biohazards. I caught my professor looking at my breasts. He wasn’t looking me in the eyes when I asked him a question. I knew where his eyes drifted. We were talking about the brain and he accidentally said “breas-I mean brain” in response. To my face. He apologized and we moved on but I have this professor for another year. Now I know what he thinks of me when I’m around him. I am an object and not a student. This was months ago. I can’t say anything now… can I? It was just a mistake? He asks me why I’m so quiet in class. It would ruin my reputation and maybe his. A tenured professor - he’s gotten so many student past their board exams. Who’s this hashtag MeToo attention-seeker? She probably made it up. Gosh, cancel culture is getting so out-of-hand. She can’t prove anything anyways.
I envy men. Not that men don’t have problems too— I’m not denying that. I just wish my chest was not an object for someone else’s gaze. I sometimes think of what life would be like if I had breast cancer. Of course, I don’t want to die and I’m deeply terrified of cancer. But what they caught it early? They recommended a lumpectomy? No, just do a double mastectomy. I’d say that it would be peace of mind for me… that the breast cancer would never come back of course. But really it would free me from something else. I would be free of the prying gaze of those around me. I would be free of the sexualization of my chest and I would wear my scars proudly without a shirt or a bra or my shame. I would cry no tears for loss of them.
Maybe it’s some form of internalized misogyny or (self)victim-blaming, but I cannot fix the sexualization of the female body. I fear it will never go away. My breasts should be considered what they truly are - an organ for feeding infant and not for groping or gazing and certainly not for anyone else’s objectification of who I am. I am not a rack. I am a person, please stop. Look me in the eyes. Maybe all I can really do is for me to get this offmychest.
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2023.06.10 21:58 teruteru-fan-sam 27 club+ ratio

Informative, but however I can't believe that he didn't talk about how The 27 Club is an informal list consisting mostly of popular musicians, artists, actors, and other celebrities who died at age 27. Although the claim of a "statistical spike" for the death of musicians at that age has been refuted by scientific research, it remains a cultural phenomenon, with many celebrities who die at 27 noted for their high-risk lifestyles. Beginning with the deaths of several 27-year-old popular musicians between 1969 and 1971, dying at the age of 27 came to be, and remains, a perennial subject of popular culture, celebrity journalism, and entertainment industry lore. This cultural phenomenon, which came to be known as the "27 Club," attributes special significance to popular musicians, artists, actors, and other celebrities who died at age 27, often as a result of drug and alcohol abuse or violent means such as homicide, suicide, or transportation-related accidents. Several exhibitions have been devoted to the idea, as well as novels, films and stage plays. The cultural phenomenon also gave rise to an urban myth that celebrity deaths are more common at 27, a claim that has been refuted by statistical research. Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison all died at the age of 27 between 1969 and 1971. Blues musician Robert Johnson, who died in 1938, is one of the earliest popular musicians to be included in lists of 27 Club members.
According to Hendrix and Kurt Cobain's biographer Charles R. Cross, the growing importance of the media—Internet, magazines, and television—and the response to an interview of Cobain's mother were jointly responsible for such theories. An excerpt from a statement that Cobain's mother, Wendy Fradenburg Cobain O'Connor, made in the Aberdeen, Washington, newspaper The Daily World—"Now he's gone and joined that stupid club. I told him not to join that stupid club."—referred to Hendrix, Joplin, and Morrison dying at the same age, according to Cross. Other authors share his view. On the other hand, Eric Segalstad, writer of The 27s: The Greatest Myth of Rock & Roll, assumed that Cobain's mother referred to the death of his two uncles and his great-uncle, all of whom had also committed suicide. According to Cross, the events have led a "set of conspiracy theorists [to suggest] the absurd notion that Kurt Cobain intentionally timed his death so he could join the 27 Club".
In 2011, seventeen years after Cobain's death, Amy Winehouse died at the age of 27, prompting a renewed swell of media attention devoted to the club once again. Three years earlier, she had expressed a fear of dying at that age.
An individual does not necessarily have to be a musician to qualify as a "member" of the 27 Club. Rolling Stone included television actor Jonathan Brandis, who committed suicide in 2003, in a list of 27 Club members. Anton Yelchin, who had played in a punk rock band but was primarily known as a film actor, was also described as a member of the club upon his death in 2016. Likewise, Jean-Michel Basquiat has been included in 27 Club lists, despite the relative brevity of his music career, and his prominence as a painter.
According to music biographer Charles R. Cross, "The number of musicians who passed away at 27 is truly remarkable by any standard. Though humans die regularly at all ages, there is a statistical spike for musicians who die at 27." Despite the cultural significance given to musician and celebrity deaths at age 27, the claim that they are statistically more common at this age is an urban myth, refuted by scientific research. A study by university academics published in the British Medical Journal in December 2011 concluded that there was no increase in the risk of death for musicians at the age of 27, stating that there were equally small increases at ages 25 and 32. The study noted that young adult musicians have a higher death rate than the general young adult population, surmising that "fame may increase the risk of death among musicians, but this risk is not limited to age 27". The selection criteria for the musicians included in the study, based on having scored a UK No. 1 album between 1956 and 2007, excluded several notable members of the 27 Club, including Hendrix, Joplin, Morrison, Pete Ham, and Ron "Pigpen" McKernan. A 2014 article at The Conversation suggested that statistical evidence shows popular musicians are most likely to die at the age of 56 (2.2% compared to 1.3% at 27).
Because the 27 Club is entirely notional, there is no official membership. The following table lists people described as "members" of the club in reliable published sources, in the opinion of their respective authors.
Joseph Merrick August 5, 1862-April 11, 1890 Man who suffered from Proteus syndrome who gained fame by joining the circus and appearing in freak shows. Accidental death caused by his condition, which caused him to suffocate and a dislocated neck, which likely severed his vertebral arteries . 27 years, 249 days
Alexandre Levy November 10, 1864- January 17, 1892 Composer, pianist and conductor. Cause of death not recorded. 27 years, 68 days
Louis Chauvin March 13, 1881-March 26, 1908 Ragtime musician. Neurosyphilitic sclerosis. 27 years, 13 days
Rupert Brooke August 3, 1887-April 23, 1915 Poet. Sepsis. 27 years, 263 days
Robert Johnson May 8, 1911-August 16, 1938 Blues singer and musician. Unknown cause of death, rumored to be supernatural at a crossroads. 27 years, 100 days
Ghazi of Iraq March 21, 1912-April 4, 1939 King of Iraq from 1933-1939. Traffic accident, probable murder.27 years, 14 days.
Nat Jaffe January 1, 1918-August 5, 1945 Swing jazz pianist. Complications from high blood pressure. 27 years, 216 days.
Jesse Belvin December 15, 1932-February 6, 1960 R&B singer, pianist and songwriter. Car crash, suspected foul play. 27 years, 53 days.
Rudy Lewis August 23, 1936-May 20, 1964 Vocalist of the Drifters . Drug overdose. 27 years, 271 days.
Joe Henderson April 24, 1937-October 24, 1964 R&B and gospel singer. Heart attack. 27 years, 183 days.
Malcolm Hale May 17, 1941-October 30, 1968 Original member and lead guitarist of Spanky and Our Gang. Carbon monoxide poisoning. 27 years, 166 days.
Dickie Pride October 21, 1941-March 26, 1969 Rock and roll singer. Drug overdose. 27 years, 156 days.
Brian Jones February 28, 1942-July 3, 1969 Rolling Stones founder, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist. Drowning, suspected foul play. 27 years, 125 days.
Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson July 4, 1943-September 3, 1970 Leader, singer and primary composer of Canned Heat. Drug overdose. 27 years, 61 days.
Jimi Hendrix November 27, 1942-September 18, 1970 Pioneering electric guitarist, singer and songwriter of the Jimi Hendrix Experience and Band of Gypsys. Asphyxia due to drug use. 27 years, 295 days.
Janis Joplin January 19, 1943-October 4, 1970 Lead vocalist and songwriter of Big Brother and the Holding Company, the Kozmic Blues Band and Full Tilt Boogie Band. Drug overdose. 27 years, 258 days.
Arlester "Dyke" Christian June 13, 1943-March 13, 1971 Frontman, vocalist and bassist of Dyke and the Blazers . Murdered by Clarence Daniels. 27 years, 273 days.
Jim Morrison December 8, 1943-July 3, 1971 Singer, lyricist, and leader of the Doors. Found in Paris bathtub deceased from heart failure. 27 years, 207 days.
Leslie Harvey September 14, 1944-May 3, 1972 Guitarist in several Scottish bands, most notably Stone the Crows. Electrocuted by unearthed microphone. 27 years, 232 days.
Ron "Pigpen" McKernan September 8, 1945-March 8, 1973 Founding member, keyboardist and singer of the Grateful Dead. Gastrointestinal hemorrhage caused by alcoholism. 27 years, 181 days.
Roger Lee Durham February 14, 1946-July 27, 1973 Singer and percussionist of Bloodstone. Horseriding accident. 27 years, 163 days.
Pamela Courson December 22, 1946-April 25, 1974 Long-term companion of Jim Morrison and heir to his estate. Heroin overdose. 27 years, 124 days.
Wallace "Wally" Yohn January 12, 1947-August 12, 1974 Organ player for Chase. Plane crash. 27 years, 212 days.
Dave Alexander June 3, 1947-February 10, 1975 Bassist of the Stooges. Pulmonary edema caused by alcoholism. 27 years, 252 days.
Pete Ham April 27, 1947-April 24, 1975 Keyboardist and guitarist, leader of Badfinger. Suicide by hanging. 27 years, 362 days.
Gary Thain May 15, 1948-December 8, 1975 Former bassist of Uriah Heep and the Keef Hartley Band. Drug overdose. 27 years, 205 days.
Cecilia October 11, 1948-August 2, 1976 Spanish singer-songwriter. Car accident. 27 years, 296 days.
Helmut Köllen March 2, 1950-May 3, 1977 Bassist of 1970s prog rock band Triumvirat. Carbon monoxide poisoning. 27 years, 62 days.
Chris Bell January 12, 1951-December 27, 1978 Singer-songwriter and guitarist of power pop band Big Star and solo artist. Car accident. 27 years, 349 days.
Zenon De Fleur September 9, 1951-March 17, 1979 Guitarist of the Count Bishops. Car accident. 27 years, 189 days.
D. Boon April 1, 1958-December 22, 1985 Guitarist, lead singer of punk band Minutemen. Car accident. 27 years, 266 days.
Alexander Bashlachev May 27, 1960- February 17, 1988 Poet, rock musician and songwriter. Defenestration, possible suicide. 27 years, 266 days.
Amar Singh Chamkila July 21, 1960- March 8, 1988 Singer, songwriter, musician, and composer. Murder by a gang of motorcyclists. 27 years, 231 days.
Jean-Michel Basquiat December 22, 1960-August 12, 1988 Painter and graffiti artist; formed the band Gray. Drug overdose. 27 years, 234 days.
Pete de Freitas August 2, 1961-June 14, 1989 Drummer of Echo & the Bunnymen. Motorcycle accident. 27 years, 316 days.
Finbarr Donnelly April 25, 1962-June 18, 1989 Singer of Five Go Down to the Sea?. Drowning. 27 years, 50 days.
Chris Austin February 24, 1964-March 16, 1991 Country singer and guitarist/fiddle player for Reba McEntire. Plane crash. 27 years, 20 days.
Dimitar Voev May 21, 1965-September 5, 1992 Poet, founder of the Bulgarian new wave band New Generation. Cancer. 27 years, 107 days.
Mia Zapata August 25 1965-July 7 1992 Lead singer of the Gits. Murder by Jesus Mezquia. 27 years, 316 days.
Kurt Cobain February 20 1967-c. April 5 1994 Founding member, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter of Nirvana. Suicide by gunshot. 27 years, c. 44 days.
Kristen Pfaff May 26 1967-June 16 1994 Bass guitarist for Hole and Janitor Joe. Drug overdose. 27 years, 21 days.
Andrés Escobar March 13 1967-July 2 1994 Footballer. Murdered by Columbian crime rings. 27 years, 111 days.
Richey Edwards December 22 1967-c. February 1st 1995 Lyricist and guitarist of Manic Street Preachers. Disappeared, later declared legally dead. 27 years, 41 days.
Stretch April 8 1968-November 30 1995 Rapper and member of Thug Life. Murder by unknown assailant. 27 years, 236 days.
Fat Pat December 4 1970-Feburary 3 1998 Rapper and member of Screwed Up Click. Murder by unknown assailant. 27 years, 61 days.
Freaky Tah May 14, 1971-March 28, 1999 Rapper and member of the hip hop group Lost Boyz. Murder by Kelvin Jones. 27 years, 316 days.
Kami February 1, 1972-June 21, 1999 Drummer of Malice Mizer. Subarachnoid hemorrhage. 27 years, 140 days.
Rodrigo Bueno May 24, 1973-June 24, 2000 Cuarteto singer. Car accident. 27 years, 31 days.
Sean Patrick McCabe November 13, 1972-August 28, 2000 Lead singer of Ink & Dagger. Asphyxia. 27 years, 289 days.
María Serrano Serrano November 26, 1973-November 24, 2001 Singer of Passion Fruit. Plane crash. 27 years, 363 days.
Rico Yan March 14, 1975-March 29, 2002 Filipino actor. Acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis. 27 years, 15 days.
Jeremy Ward May 5, 1976-May 25, 2003 The Mars Volta and De Facto sound manipulator. Drug overdose. 27 years, 20 days.
Jonathan Brandis April 13, 1976-November 12, 2003 American actor. Suicide by hanging. 27 years, 213 days.
Andrea Absolonová December 26, 1976-December 9, 2004 Porn actress. Glioblastoma. 27 years, 349 days.
Bryan Ottoson March 18, 1978-April 19, 2005 Guitarist of American Head Charge. Drug overdose. 27 years, 32 days.
Valentín Elizalde February 1, 1979-November 25, 2006 Mexican banda singer. Murder by Raúl Hernández Barrón. 27 years, 297 days.
Damien "Damo" Morris May 22, 1980-December 19, 2007 Member of Australian deathcore band the Red Shore. Bus accident. 27 years, 211 days.
Orish Grinstead June 2, 1980-April 20, 2008 Founding member of the R&B group 702. Kidney failure. 27 years, 323 days.
Jade Goody June 5, 1981-March 22, 2009 Reality-television personality. Cancer of the cervix. 27 years, 290 days.
Dash Snow July 27, 1981-July 13, 2009 Artist. Drug overdose. 27 years, 351 days.
Amy Winehouse September 14, 1983-July 23, 2011 Singer-songwriter. Alcohol poisoning. 27 years, 312 days.
Richard Turner July 30, 1984-August 11, 2011 Trumpet player, collaborator with Friendly Fires. Heart attack. 27 years, 12 days.
Sahara Davenport December 17, 1984-October 1, 2012 Drag queen. Heart failure. 27 years, 289 days.
Christian Benítez May 1, 1986-July 29, 2013 Footballer. Respiratory failure. 27 years, 89 days.
Thomas Fekete July 1, 1988-May 31, 2016 Guitarist of Surfer Blood. Sarcoma. 27 years, 335 days.
Anton Yelchin March 11, 1989-June 19, 2016 Actor, Chekov in the Star Trek reboot series. Car accident. 27 years, 100 days.
Shot December 1, 1989-September 21, 2017 Russian rapper. Diabetes. 27 years, 294 days.
Kim Jong-hyun April 8, 1990-December 18, 2017 Vocalist and lyricist of Shinee. Suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning. 27 years, 254 days.
Fredo Santana July 4, 1990-January 19, 2018 American rapper. Idiopathic epilepsy . 27 years, 199 days.
Tyler Skaggs July 13, 1991-July 1, 2019 American professional baseball starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels. Asphyxia due to drug use. 27 years, 353 days.
Benjamin Keough October 21, 1992-July 12, 2020 Elvis Presley's grandson, son of Lisa Marie Presley and brother of Riley Keough. Suicide by gunshot. 27 years, 265 days.
Murda Killa March 9, 1993-July 13, 2020 Russian rapper. Asthma attack provoked by the use of alcohol and antidepressants. 27 years, 127 days.
Yoo Ju-eun May 3, 1995-August 29, 2022 South Korean actress. Suicide. 27 years, 118 days.
Walkie May 24, 1995-September 30, 2022 Russian battle rapper. Suicide by jumping to avoid being drafted by the Russian military. 27 years, 129 days.
Yung Trappa August 14, 1995-February 2, 2023 Russian rapper. Overdose. 27 years, 172 days.
Julián Figueroa May 27, 1995-April 2, 2023 Singer, actor, and composer. Myocardial infarction and Ventricular fibrillation. 27 years, 310 days.
so relevant to this drama smh.
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