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THe older one looks like hes got a pair of fangs
That's why the younger one looks so scared. lol

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THe older one looks like hes got a pair of fangs

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Why is everyone putting "Gym" down as an option? Even if you go to an expensive as f*ck gym, it's like what $70 a month? I wouldn't call that a huge drain on cash.
I consider 70 bucks a month to be a huge cash drain.

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I consider 70 bucks a month to be a huge cash drain.
I think its a lot of money to spend on a gym membership but I don't think many people would consider it a "huge" cash drain relative to their other expenses

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I think its a lot of money to spend on a gym membership but I don't think many people would consider it a "huge" cash drain relative to their other expenses
I see the whole "gym" thing and wanting to one day own a home gym did not fully get the message across.

Its a huge drain spending 250-300$ a week on groceries. This is just the basics for me (fish, egg whites, oats, chicken, ground beef, ground turkey, rice, veggies etc.) Then you have your supplements and various other crap. It gets especially expensive in the off season. Having 7 meals a day doing around 7k calories makes for some expensive Cosco trips each week.

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I see the whole "gym" thing and wanting to one day own a home gym did not fully get the message across.

Its a huge drain spending 250-300$ a week on groceries. This is just the basics for me (fish, egg whites, oats, chicken, ground beef, ground turkey, rice, veggies etc.) Then you have your supplements and various other crap. It gets especially expensive in the off season. Having 7 meals a day doing around 7k calories makes for some expensive Cosco trips each week.
This is the only thing I thought of when I read this post.

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Elite, thx (not) for sharing. I did not need to see that....

just noticed your sig, I had a 96 G20...what a great sleeper of a car. It looked like any silver car on the hwy but loved to cruise at 85-95

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I see the whole "gym" thing and wanting to one day own a home gym did not fully get the message across.

Its a huge drain spending 250-300$ a week on groceries. This is just the basics for me (fish, egg whites, oats, chicken, ground beef, ground turkey, rice, veggies etc.) Then you have your supplements and various other crap. It gets especially expensive in the off season. Having 7 meals a day doing around 7k calories makes for some expensive Cosco trips each week.
Yea, so for you it's the whole bodybuilding lifestyle that is a cash drain. When the average person says they pay for a gym membership, they aren't talking about what you do.

It sucks that healthy food is so expensive, my grocery bill sucks too, though not anywhere near $300 a week.

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This is the only thing I thought of when I read this post.
Yeah... not quite LOL

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Yea, so for you it's the whole bodybuilding lifestyle that is a cash drain. When the average person says they pay for a gym membership, they aren't talking about what you do.

It sucks that healthy food is so expensive, my grocery bill sucks too, though not anywhere near $300 a week.
Healthy food is expensive, but its the sheer amount that really gets you in the end.


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