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Bodyweight Fitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train, from the simple pullups, pushups, and squats to the advanced bodyweight fitness movements like the planche, one arm chin-ups, or single leg squats. Start your fitness journey with our Recommended Routine and wiki.
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2011.01.05 01:13 dawnvivant A place for redditors to exchange crafty goods

A place for redditors to exchange handmade crafts. Please refer to the wiki for trade guidelines. Not a place for self promotion or sales.
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2018.09.17 03:41 RipVanBinkle xbiking: adventure on a bike

This is an adventure-biking sub dedicated to the vast world that exists between ultralight road racing and technical singletrack. All-road, crossover, gravel, monster-cross, road-plus, supple tires, steel frames, vintage bikes, hybrids, commuting, bike touring, bikepacking, fatbiking, single-speeds, fixies, Frankenbikes with ragbag parts and specs, etc. are all fair game here. The unifying element is the mentality! Ask a question, share a thought, post a photo, connect with other riders.
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2020.11.25 22:16 purely_pointless [FT] Rare DIYs (Floral, Golden, Celeste, & Seasonal), Zodiac Frags, Gulliver Items, Art, NMTs [LF] Missing Fall DIYs

Hello! I’m missing about 6 Fall themed DIYs, and I’m also trying to collect a bunch of Fall DIYs for my partner’s island as well. I’d really appreciate any help we can get! Thanks! :)
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2020.11.25 21:29 ChaoticDominance 29 [M4F] Michigan - Looking for a partner that makes things

I'm going to ramble a lot in this.
A couple who makes together sticks together . . . like rubber cement. Like two riveted rings of linked together chainmail, I think a good relationship only becomes strong when two people with similar shape and mindset become one.
OK that's enough for the weird maker metaphors. Hi, I'm Josh. I'm a 29 year old straight Male from Lansing, MI and will be staying in this area for as long as I can think. I do not drive cause money is a thing but I tend to buy tools or materials instead of eating out or saving for some reason. Although saving for a new apartment come March has put everything on hold. Eating out, tools and stuff, games....needless to say I have been being responsible and it feels too strange.
Anywho, 29 years old from Lansing, MI. Moving come March but will be staying in the city. I'm looking for a female partner to form a long lasting relationship with who is a crafter and builder. Whatever form of DIY and arts that you do, it's important that you do it to me. Crafts and Arts help stimulate the mind and I find I need that in my life. So the biggest requirements are you're local and that you are a maker and crafter. More to come later.
I am interested in other stuff though. Anime and Manga are important to me and give me inspiration. I love it and it's what made me who I am today when I didn't have many role models. I also really enjoy the outdoors. Hiking, winter camping, and cycling are to name a few of my favorite activities outside but they are many. And I am a bit of a nerd. Harry Potter, Star Wars, Sherlock, PC games, D&D, LARP, and much more. I'm pretty much a bundle of interests.
Last thing about me is that I'm not a perfect guy. I've got plenty of flaws and disabilities which effect my life greatly. I will be faithful to you always and will accept a lot of your flaws without question, I just request you do the same.
About you: I hate this part. Me being picky about some things. But I'm looking for a makecrafteartist who's local to Lansing, MI and the surrounding area. I ask that you're a open minded and accepting person. I ask that you're between the ages of 20 and 32. And although it may alienate a few people here, I'd like to date someone of average body weight. Some men like women who are overweight, but I am not one of them. If this makes you feel alienated and hurt, I am very sorry for doing so.
Here are a few photos of me in which you will see I'm a massive fuck off dork. I hope to hear from you in the future. Have a good day!
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2020.11.25 16:44 DiscombobulatedPage3 New to homelabbing - is there a reasonable middle ground between a Lack Rack and a full 42U cabinet?

I've been getting into homelabbing over the past few months and think I'm approaching the point where I'm not going to be expanding much more (i.e., no real need or desire for more servers). Right now I have 4U of servers (a 2U and a 1U that are both 30" deep, and a 1U that is 16" deep) and a couple of U for switches and the like; I might get one more 1U 30" deep server.
Right now I have 3U of servers on the Lack Coffee Table bottom shelf (just got my other 1U server yesterday and am really unsure about putting it on the unreinforced bottom shelf - total would probably be 120 pounds of server). There are two somewhat workable options in my mind, but I'm not thrilled about either:
  1. Spend the time and money to reinforce the Lack coffee table. Someone posted about doing this a while back, but I'm in an apartment and - while I can figure out DIY things - am not looking forward to having to cut and drill lots of metal. Would probably need to buy more tools in addition to materials.
  2. Buy a full 42U server cabinet. There's one for sale near me that I could probably get for $200 that comes with shelves and the like (which includes renting a truck to bring it back to my apartment). Not the type of deal that people post pictures of on here (where do people find $100 cabinets that come with LTO drives??), but seems reasonable nonetheless.
Reinforcing the Lack coffee table seems like a lot of time and money for limited value (going overkill on the cheap solution), but buying a full 42U rack seems overkill in a different direction, especially when I only need somewhere in the 6U to 12U range. I know half racks exist, but they aren't widely available used (especially locally).
So, am I missing something? Are there ways of making a 42U rack more palatable to partners? (Do you use the excess space as like... general household storage?) Definitely open to any ideas.
Edit: Found a comment somewhere on here where someone said they used wire shelving units (they called them "bread shelves") for their servers. Looks like wire shelves can hold quite a bit of weight, so this might work really well for me (like 6U worth of stuff). I'll probably order one of these in a bit (like US$55, C$82): https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-4-Tier-Storage-Shelves-Chrome/dp/B00NUS53CY/
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2020.11.24 19:21 ChaoticDominance 29 [M4F] Michigan - Looking for a partner that makes things

I'm going to ramble a lot in this.
A couple who makes together sticks together . . . like rubber cement. Like two riveted rings of linked together chainmail, I think a good relationship only becomes strong when two people with similar shape and mindset become one.
OK that's enough for the weird maker metaphors. Hi, I'm Josh. I'm a 29 year old straight Male from Lansing, MI and will be staying in this area for as long as I can think. I do not drive cause money is a thing but I tend to buy tools or materials instead of eating out or saving for some reason. Although saving for a new apartment come March has put everything on hold. Eating out, tools and stuff, games....needless to say I have been being responsible and it feels too strange.
Anywho, 29 years old from Lansing, MI. Moving come March but will be staying in the city. I'm looking for a female partner to form a long lasting relationship with who is a crafter and builder. Whatever form of DIY and arts that you do, it's important that you do it to me. Crafts and Arts help stimulate the mind and I find I need that in my life. So the biggest requirements are you're local and that you are a maker and crafter. More to come later.
I am interested in other stuff though. Anime and Manga are important to me and give me inspiration. I love it and it's what made me who I am today when I didn't have many role models. I also really enjoy the outdoors. Hiking, winter camping, and cycling are to name a few of my favorite activities outside but they are many. And I am a bit of a nerd. Harry Potter, Star Wars, Sherlock, PC games, D&D, LARP, and much more. I'm pretty much a bundle of interests.
Last thing about me is that I'm not a perfect guy. I've got plenty of flaws and disabilities which effect my life greatly. I will be faithful to you always and will accept a lot of your flaws without question, I just request you do the same.
About you: I hate this part. Me being picky about some things. But I'm looking for a makecrafteartist who's local to Lansing, MI and the surrounding area. I ask that you're a open minded and accepting person. I ask that you're between the ages of 20 and 32. And although it may alienate a few people here, I'd like to date someone of average body weight. Some men like women who are overweight, but I am not one of them. If this makes you feel alienated and hurt, I am very sorry for doing so.
Here are a few photos of me in which you will see I'm a massive fuck off dork. I hope to hear from you in the future. Have a good day!
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2020.11.23 14:31 ChaoticDominance 29 [M4F] Michigan - Looking for a partner that makes things

I'm going to ramble a lot in this.
A couple who makes together sticks together . . . like rubber cement. Like two riveted rings of linked together chainmail, I think a good relationship only becomes strong when two people with similar shape and mindset become one.
OK that's enough for the weird maker metaphors. Hi, I'm Josh. I'm a 29 year old straight Male from Lansing, MI and will be staying in this area for as long as I can think. I do not drive cause money is a thing but I tend to buy tools or materials instead of eating out or saving for some reason. Although saving for a new apartment come March has put everything on hold. Eating out, tools and stuff, games....needless to say I have been being responsible and it feels too strange.
Anywho, 29 years old from Lansing, MI. Moving come March but will be staying in the city. I'm looking for a female partner to form a long lasting relationship with who is a crafter and builder. Whatever form of DIY and arts that you do, it's important that you do it to me. Crafts and Arts help stimulate the mind and I find I need that in my life. So the biggest requirements are you're local and that you are a maker and crafter. More to come later.
I am interested in other stuff though. Anime and Manga are important to me and give me inspiration. I love it and it's what made me who I am today when I didn't have many role models. I also really enjoy the outdoors. Hiking, winter camping, and cycling are to name a few of my favorite activities outside but they are many. And I am a bit of a nerd. Harry Potter, Star Wars, Sherlock, PC games, D&D, LARP, and much more. I'm pretty much a bundle of interests.
Last thing about me is that I'm not a perfect guy. I've got plenty of flaws and disabilities which effect my life greatly. I will be faithful to you always and will accept a lot of your flaws without question, I just request you do the same.
About you: I hate this part. Me being picky about some things. But I'm looking for a makecrafteartist who's local to Lansing, MI and the surrounding area. I ask that you're a open minded and accepting person. I ask that you're between the ages of 20 and 32. And although it may alienate a few people here, I'd like to date someone of average body weight. Some men like women who are overweight, but I am not one of them. If this makes you feel alienated and hurt, I am very sorry for doing so.
Here are a few photos of me in which you will see I'm a massive fuck off dork. I hope to hear from you in the future. Have a good day!
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2020.11.23 14:03 lesbian_couples_inst Lesbian Couples Holiday Stress

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If your relationship is feeling the strain during the pandemic, you’re not alone.
You’re probably spending more time than usual with your partner during quarantine, which can feel suffocating, even if you really love her!
You might be worried about finances, your kids, your family’s health…the list goes on. Maybe you’re fighting more than usual, and everything feels a bit hopeless.
To top it off, the holidays are fast approaching. To say it’s a stressful time is an understatement.
But with a bit of thought, you can still make some great festive memories with your sweetie.
Here’s how you and your partner can survive (and maybe even thrive) during the 2020 holiday season:
Put your relationship first
No matter what’s going on in the world, you need to make your relationship a top priority.
Schedule quality time together. Date nights don’t have to stop just because you can’t go out. Put away your phones and reconnect for a couple of hours. Make dinner together, play a game, or just spend time talking over a coffee. You could even dress up for the occasion!
Try not to take your girlfriend or wife’s love for granted. When your partner does something thoughtful, take a moment to say “thank you” and make sure you do something nice for her in return. Gratitude is a powerful relationship booster.
Listen to your partner and validate her feelings
According to the Love in the Time of Covid Study, couples are more likely to stay together when they are responsive to one another and validate each other’s feelings.
So even if both of you are under a lot of stress, showing love, support, and care can protect your relationship.
Validating your partner means listening without judgment. This isn’t easy, especially if she says something that annoys or upsets you. But it’s worth the effort.
When you communicate, give your partner your full attention. That means putting your phone down, making eye contact, and taking in every word she says. And for heaven’s sake…try not to interrupt.
If you aren’t sure what she wants or need from you, ask directly. Simply asking, “What can I do to support you?” can be a game changer.
Create your own traditions
Holiday traditions or rituals help you bond as a couple, and they give you something special to look forward to every year.
Here are a few ideas for annual traditions:
  • Bake a special dish or treat together
  • Watch a favorite holiday movie
  • Write a list of all the good things that happened during the year
  • Decorate your home while listening to a special festive playlist and enjoying your favorite snacks
  • Take a leisurely walk or drive around your neighborhood to look at the light displays
  • Pick out a pair of festive pj’s or matching T-shirts to wear during the holidays
  • Exchange ornaments
  • Pick a charity together and make a donation
  • Do a DIY festive photoshoot complete with holiday sweaters and decorations. Don’t forget to include your pets!
Get creative
Arts and crafts are a wonderful distraction from your worries, and they can be an awesome way to spend quality time together.
Try some of these:
  • Making your own decorations
  • Holiday baking
  • Knitting, sewing, or crochet
  • Writing a poem, letter, or short story for your sweetheart
  • Setting up a scavenger hunt with clues and little treats around your home
  • Making or decorating a gratitude journal
Stay in touch with your friends and family
Social isolation takes a toll on our health and relationships. Make sure you stay connected with your loved ones this year.
You could send traditional or virtual cards, set up a WhatsApp or other chat group just for the holidays, or enjoy a shared meal over Zoom with friends or family. Don’t forget the after-dinner entertainment; you could all watch the same movie or play a game online.
Take self-care seriously
Even when things are hectic, make time to nurture yourself. Self-care isn’t selfish! It benefits your partner, too. Research shows that people who are kind to themselves have better relationships.
Try working out, meditating, journaling, or heading outdoors for some fresh air to relieve stress and stay fit.
Laugh at your favorite comedies or read a funny book. Humor is great for your mental health, and it can strengthen your immune system.
Don’t forget to take care of the basics: choose healthy meals and snacks, limit your alcohol intake, and stick to a regular sleep schedule.
Finally, limit the time you spend watching or reading the news. Doomscrolling and refreshing your newsfeed throughout the day will make you needlessly anxious. Check the headlines each morning, then move on.
If your sex life has taken a hit, try other forms of intimacy
Lots of couples have less sex in stressful times, but you can still keep the physical intimacy alive in your relationship.
Try sensual activities like sharing a bath or shower, giving each other a massage, or lighting a few candles and cuddling on the couch. If they lead to sex, that’s an added bonus.
Get some alone time
Are you and your honey sniping at each other over minor stuff? A few hours apart might be all you need.
It doesn’t matter how much you adore each other’s company…Spending too much time together can drive you slightly crazy.
Treat yourself to an hour or two of self-care when things start to feel tense. Encourage your partner to do the same.
Why the pandemic could make your relationship stronger
Let’s end on a positive note…
Tough times don’t have to ruin your relationship.
In fact, overcoming adversity can bring you closer together. If you can make it through a pandemic, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to tackle other big challenges together.
That’s something to celebrate!
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2020.11.22 13:58 cdsgroupltd How to escape the logistical nightmare and keep your supply chain in check

There are times when a business feels like a logistics company. Did you ever wonder as to why it does? We do agree that managing the logistical needs of a business is of high importance, it is essential to know that you did not start the business to only source suppliers, process the invoices, or worry over the damage claims.
The ins and outs of a supply chain can be quite challenging, and things often get complicated when the firm starts to branch out. Such challenges end up taking a lot of your time and patience and leave you with no energy to focus on other important business aspects.
In simple terms, you might not be able to invest time in those areas of your business, which need your care and attention. In some cases, it might even hamper the growth of the business, and drain out the most valuable resources, which you can otherwise use to scale up the business.
If you are still handling the in-house logistics of your business, there are a few things you can do immediately.
Logistics can be tough
Well, it is indeed a fact that every business, big or small struggles with logistics. Things can get tougher day by day without the implementation of supply chain management.
For example, we can look into the carrier restraints. Do you know that the trucker shortage in America until July was close to 50,000 and this is a lot less than what was needed to meet the demand? This is due to various factors like delay in deliveries, or changes in shipping rates, or hard to find carriers.
Such a shortage is just one of the issues faced by businesses, and firms with endless resources face this too. As per a recent study that was conducted, even e-commerce gains like Amazon find it hard to face the complexity of logistics.
Time to re-invest
The problems related to logistics will not go away on their own. One of the best possible solutions to the same is to use supply chain management. With passing days and increasing operations, you will have to spend more time dealing with them. Instead, hire a supply chain manager, who can seamlessly handle the logistical tasks, giving you time to focus on things that matter the most to you.
Remember that asking for help is not a defeat. It is one wise to utilize the resources, and the skills to facilitate smoother operations of your business. This way, you can easily get back to the things that you love to do, and not just the done, which have to be done.
You are not into logistics, but they are
There is no right time to wake up from the nightmares of logistics. You will not love the issues that crop up with supply chains, but supply chain managers do. Several supply chain managers love to help companies manage their supply chains effectively. It does not sound like an obligation for them, as they are the best in what they do.
Therefore, why don’t you get back to doing things you are best at, and leave the supply chain management to the experts? There would be a time when you realize that the more effort you put in, the harder it gets. So, it is wise to follow the “less is better” approach. This works well for start-ups as well.
Do not wait until you reach a breaking point
Once your business starts to grow, the supply chain gets complex. With more goods coming in, and various products being delivered every day, the business is exposed to various risks. You will have a lot to handle once you penetrate the international markets. This is when having a supply chain manager helps. They take care of everything from custom rules to language barriers.
By having a supply chain management in place, you can steadily develop the supply chain as your business scales.
Get rid of the DIY method
If you have the habit of doing everything yourself, it is time you bid it goodbye. It is quite natural for small-scale businesses or startups to have in-house operations to save costs.
While there are numerous situations, where a do-it-yourself approach saves you a lot of money, but logistics does not. You need to spend a lot of time search for carriers or suppliers, and you might end up draining the resources you have in hand. This in turn affects your profit margins.
By choosing an expert and reliable logistic partner, you not only take advantage of their skills but are also benefiting from their technology and the resources. A trusted supply chain management company improves the cash flow and makes operations easier.
Final Thoughts
If you are running lean, it is indeed admirable. But, the idea of handling the supply chain is not a wise thought. Make sure to choose a trustworthy and scalable partner to handle the logistics of your growing business.
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CDS Group of Companies is warehouse services providers in Canada such as cold storage, transportation, transload, and supply chain etc. For more information, https://www.cdsltd.ca/
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All Pictures: https://imgur.com/a/PPGJf2l
Preparation
I applied the sunscreen on my left arm, wait for 30 mins and took photos using UV camera (Sunscreenr). I use a UV lamp (for curing gel nail) as the source of light
Amount of application: https://imgur.com/76ZZKpC
Texture: https://imgur.com/C2ruhsh
Shine level: https://imgur.com/QYtesbJ (Initial) https://imgur.com/A49wzHu (after >30mins)
UV Camera (after ~30mins): https://imgur.com/VSpBO99

Rub Under Running Water:
https://imgur.com/B2dlYFu - little of it being removed. I could see the sunscreen remnants on my fingers when I used to rub.
Removal
It claims to be water, sweat and friction resistant.
I rubbed Vanicream cleanser on DRY skin for 10 seconds and the sunscreen is still there: https://imgur.com/vxNjLDn
With DHC Cleansing oil: https://imgur.com/eMg4Qzg
As usual, DHC always takes off everything nicely.
Reviews / Thoughts:
For reference, I have oily skin and living in humid tropical southeast asia. I can get this sunscreen locally. It's a 90 gram product so it's more cost effective than the Anessa Perfect Milk (60ml). Kanebo Allie and Shiseido Anessa are popular in Japan when it comes to sun protection over there.
My morning routine is short, my skin is as good as bare dry skin before any sunscreen. I use tretinoin 0.05% cream every night (but I don't have any peeling/dryness).
AM: Vanicream cleanser > a water-weight serum (coz I DIY it myself) > Finacea gel > Benzoyl Peroxide gel > Sunscreen
The Allie Extra UV Gel N 3.0 white cast is more intense than the Anessa Perfect Milk 2018 formula on my skin. Partly it could be due to the extra shine/glow that Allie gives, that is giving this extra white cast looking.
It's TOO SHINY for my oily skin. I'd say it's almost on par as Canmake Mermaid Gel (which also made me look like disco ball, my review here).
The Allie also never dries/sets completely on my skin, it remains wet and tacky. While the Anessa also has white cast (for my skin tone, it's barely noticeable, I am comfortable going out without makeup with the Anessa), at least it still dries and sets to powdery finish.
If anyone accidentally touches my skin, they won't feel icky about it with the Anessa. While with the Allie, my partner said 'eeeww' when he touched my arms when I first tried it haha. It's not as bad as the EVY Kids mousse tho.
For my face, the Allie Extra UV Gel N 3.0 is drying and at the end of the day, my skin looked like prune on the eyes area, despite the tackiness. My skin is fine with the Anessa, never feel dry or dehydrated.
On reapplication, I didn't get any pilling, but the white cast will get more intense than initial application.
It's also tenacious to remove. I usually use MUJI Mild Cleansing oil on my body to remove body sunscreen. It works without problem.
Overall, I don't mind using the Allie for my body, but I'd make sure to wear it only when I'm alone (e.g. exercising). I can't imagine wearing it in a packed train during commute, I think those strangers will be grossed out haha. I won't repurchase though. I think dry skin folks would enjoy this sunscreen.

About UV camera
Disclaimer: I only use this to see if a sunscreen disperses an even layer (or patchy and spotty); and if I miss out a spot during application. It's not by all means to measure the sunscreen protection level. Got mine from sunscreenr.com. It's compatible with android phone.
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2020.11.17 01:26 internetdemon666 DIYs giveaway and Cheri’s crafting a mum cushion!

Edit: only bamboo shelf & water pump diys left! cheri is still available, msg for dodo!
I have a few diys up for grabs on the beach to the right of the airport:
https://villagerdb.com/useinternetdemon666/list/wishlist
and cheri’s crafting a mum cushion if you’d like to visit her! her house is to the right, past the campsite and up the white ramp in a cluster of houses. please don’t judge my messy island lol it’s very much in its beginning stages (also please don’t wander to the left side of the island as I share with my partner and that’s his side) first come first serve, I’ll probably be online for at least another 30 mins. if you’re feeling super generous and would like to tip I’m looking for books & brown and white simple panels, or here’s my wishlist: https://villagerdb.com/useinternetdemon666/list/wishlist :) also feel free to shop!
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2020.11.16 22:28 Wonderwara [LF] fish bait... LOTS of it [FT] fossils, my spare DIY, your wishlist items, NMT, star frags, bells, gold, tasks, other materials... let me know what you're looking for!

I hate making these things, so much so that I want to buy them en masse for my partner and I. Let's make a deal!
In descending order of preference, I'd like to trade: fossils, spare DIY (https://villagerdb.com/usewonderwara/list/ft-diy), your wishlist items, NMT, star frags, bells, gold, tasks, other materials.
Thank you for reading!
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2020.11.14 15:21 Wonderwara [LF] bamboo shoot lamp, iron garden bench, iron worktable, wooden block bench [FT] anything! :)

Looking for these basic DIY on my partner's wishlist, so I can't learn it in front of you, but you can have anything I've got -- NMT, bells, star frags, gold, fossils, tasks, my spare DIY (https://villagerdb.com/usewonderwara/list/ft-diy), or any of the 1,300+ items I might have on your wishlist... give me your best shot!
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2020.11.14 13:58 likely_starlight Fixing chip in flagstone steps

My first post here, and I wish it was about some cool DIY project. I hope I followed the rules correctly; here are the images of the chip in our flagstone porch that I am hoping to fix: https://imgur.com/gallery/xUAU1eU
We just had our porch redone. I’m talking, he still has to come back and fix some of the things he left. While we were waiting, my partner tripped and broke off a piece of the dark flagstone step. It crumbled into dust so there is no putting it back.
I was hoping to use a method like this to try to patch the chip, since we have enough pieces that we can crumble into dust: https://www.hunker.com/12600114/how-to-patch-holes-in-a-brick-wall
The idea is that you mix the stone dust into mortar or cement and the colours will match. Do I use mortar or cement? I’ve got a few 2x4’s to create a sort of mold around the step, but could use any advice.
I’m in Toronto, Canada and haven’t seen any of that coloured Quikrete or anything. There is a Home Depot or Canadian Tire nearby.
I don’t want to ask the subcontractor to fix it. He didn’t do a great job overall and I’m annoyed that our amazing contractor even suggested him. I don’t trust that he won’t make it worse, and I’d rather fix the few things he hasn’t finished than have him return here.
I also don’t want to remove the stone and replace it- I feel like the damage from doing that will be worse than fixing the chip, and who knows if the step won’t break again?
P.S. Extra photos of how they “fixed” the brick by slathering it with “special mortar.” I want to make it a bit nicer- would brick paint work ok?
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2020.11.11 19:24 HealthRoom A plyo box comes in handy for calisthenics, squats, plyometrics + mobility work. Most decent-sized ones cost a fair bit, so I made one for free out of 100% upcycled, scrap wood. Here's how I did it - hope it helps!

Finished product: https://i.imgur.com/JsMF2RG.jpg
Images documenting the steps: https://imgur.com/a/3KIGRkV
Video explaining the process: DIY Plyo Box Build
-
Like many people, I’ve been spending a lot more time training at home this year.
Most of my training has been outdoors, and I’m fortunate to have accumulated a pretty well-rounded setup over the years.
One thing that was missing (poor me) was a sturdy box for plyometrics, mobility drills, and elevating the feet for calisthenics work. I know a chair can work okay, but I fancied something a bit more sturdy.
Looking online, most decent sized plyo boxes are around 100 quid or more, which I can’t justify, and a lot of the ones I’ve tried in gyms over the years haven’t felt as solid as I’d like.
So I decided that I’d like to have a go at making my own, but with a few stipulations:
  1. It had to be super sturdy, heavy, weatherproof, and long-lasting. Spoiler alert, the one we made is 32.6kg and not moving anywhere anytime soon!
  2. It had to be multi-functional, ideally more than 24 inches high, but also with some shorter sides. Ended up with a 3-in-1 box at 26.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches. Ideal.
  3. It had to be upcycled, using only material that I had lying around or could find out on the street or in the rubbish (minus the tools, screws, and nails). Partly to be good to the environment, partly because I'm cheap.
So, I drew up some plans, enlisted my dad to do a lot of the hard work, and we got started.
Note - after testing, the box is a little high for split squats, so I recently built a bench / step that's lower. I'd be happy to share that too at some point if anyone is interested!

Disclaimer

Before I get started, I just want to throw in the disclaimer that we’re not woodworking professionals by any means...
We don't have an impressive setup. Most of the work was done outside in the rain, on a slant with minimal spirit level usage. There were no doubt some glaring safety issues, and yes, there are probably other ways we could have made the box that would technically have been more correct.
Plywood is a great option, but you'll more than likely have to pay for it, as opposed to using scrap that's lying around.
This is not a tutorial on how to make the perfect plyo box.
It's just how we made our own version with some scrap wood and a few basic tools :)

The Materials

We started with:
In terms of tools, we used a handsaw, a hammer, and a bunch of nails - some around an inch in length, and others closer to two inches.
Then we did use a drill with a small drillbit to make preliminary holes on some areas to minimize the splitting of the hardwood.
Then a bit of wood glue here and there, and some sandpaper.

The Process

The Frame

We started (I say we, my dad did most of the cutting) by knocking up the frame.
I wanted to use as much of the existing material we had, to make the box big enough to use, but also to cut down on waste.
So we cut those 4x planks at 24 inches to use for the length, then cut the leftover into two equal sizes to use for the sides.
We made the two longest side frames of the box first, using a combo of wood glue and screws.
I wanted to overlap each edge as I thought that would give it a bit more strength and add some height to all sides. It also fit in better with the calculations I’d done when considering the width of each piece of cladding.
This overlap proved a little problematic when joining the two sides together, as it meant whichever way we orientated the end pieces, we would be clashing screws and nails if we put the wood right on the outside of the frame.
So we decided to inset those pieces by a few inches, and then forage for the scrap wood to reinforce the insides. We bolstered the frame across the centre with two additional pieces on the longest sides, and alongside each corner post for support.
The frame itself was a little wonky on a few sides, but not bad for a job done in the rain, on a slight slope with a minimal spirit level use, and using a manual saw on a wonky table!

The Cladding

For the cladding, we used the hardwood leftover from my parents decking. I was lucky to have this lying around and that my Dad was happy to use it. Scrap wood from pallets could also work well, but this was a really nice finish.
We had five planks, and we wanted to make the most out of them. We started with the sides, which thankfully worked out to perfectly fit three planks width, spaced a mm or two apart. Partly calculated, partly luck.
The first nail started to split the plank, which wasn’t ideal, so we switched tactics to drill small holes for the nails first, before hammering them in.
We got into a nice rhythm, my dad cutting most of the planks while I measured up and sanded down. We then lined them up, drilled the holes, and nailed them down.
There was a simplicity to it and a nice rhythm. Just being outside, in the rain and fresh air, wood in my hands, and spending time with my Dad.
Couldn’t ask for much more.

The Top

For the top part of the box, we were going to overlap the rest of the cladding over the sides for a nice finish.
This was the only side where we were going to have to cut one of the hardwood planks lengthways, and we had managed to use most of the wood, so we had to get it right.
We fitted the outside two on both sides first, then measured up the centre piece and cut it down to size.
After some plaining and nailing the final piece down, structurally, the box was finished up!
(We decided to leave the bottom side uncovered - easier to grip and move around that way)

Finished Product

My partner help cut out a stencil and we added some decoration the next day with some wood varnish. It bled because we used a paper stencil - should have gone with card.
But I’m still really happy with how it turned out. Kinda looks like a military-style stamp.
It's the sturdiest, and heaviest plyo box I’ve ever come across, weighing in at 32.6 kilos. It's not moving anywhere soon, and it actually turned out to be pretty flat on all sides with the cladding added.
I might cut some handles in it at some point, but I'm in no rush. It’s nice to have built something with our hands out of scrap material, something that’s functional and going to get a lot of use - plyo work, calisthenics, mobility, sitting down.
We were lucky we had some of the materials lying around, but honestly, on the half-hour walk we went on around our neighbourhood, we saw enough scrap material to make 3 or 4 boxes, maybe more.
So hopefully this was useful or interesting in some way!
I’m not saying you should go out and copy what we did. Tbh, I recommend following a more professional tutorial.
But if you've ever been curious about making something like this, I'd say stay safe, but don't be afraid to have a go! We have little to no woodworking experience, and it turned out to be great success!
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2020.11.11 18:35 HealthRoom I made a plyo box for strength training out of 100% scrap / upcycled wood. Not an experienced woodworker by any means, so any feedback would be appreciated!

Images documenting the steps: https://imgur.com/a/3KIGRkV
Video explaining the process: DIY Plyo Box Build
-
Like many people, I’ve been spending a lot more time training at home this year.
Most of my training has been outdoors, and I’m fortunate to have accumulated a pretty well-rounded setup over the years.
One thing that was missing (poor me) was a sturdy box for plyometrics, mobility drills, and elevating the feet for calisthenics work. I know a chair can work okay, but I fancied something a bit more sturdy.
Looking online, most decent sized plyo boxes are around 100 quid or more, which I can’t justify, and a lot of the ones I’ve tried in gyms over the years haven’t felt as solid as I’d like.
So I decided that I’d like to have a go at making my own, but with a few stipulations:
  1. It had to be super sturdy, heavy, weatherproof, and long-lasting. Spoiler alert, the one we made is 32.6kg and not moving anywhere anytime soon!
  2. It had to be multi-functional, ideally more than 24 inches high, but also with some shorter sides. Ended up with a 3-in-1 box at 26.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches. Ideal.
  3. It had to be upcycled, using only material that I had lying around or could find out on the street or in the rubbish (minus the tools, screws, and nails). Partly to be good to the environment, partly because I'm cheap.
So, I drew up some plans, enlisted my dad to do a lot of the hard work, and we got started.
Note - after testing, the box is a little high for split squats, so I recently built a bench / step that's lower. I'd be happy to share that too at some point if anyone is interested!

Disclaimer

Before I get started, I just want to throw in the disclaimer that we’re not woodworking professionals by any means...
We don't have an impressive setup. Most of the work was done outside in the rain, on a slant with minimal spirit level usage. There were no doubt some glaring safety issues, and yes, there are probably other ways we could have made the box that would technically have been more correct.
Plywood is a great option, but you'll more than likely have to pay for it, as opposed to using scrap that's lying around.
This is not a tutorial on how to make the perfect plyo box.
It's just how we made our own version with some scrap wood and a few basic tools :)

The Materials

We started with:
In terms of tools, we used a handsaw, a hammer, and a bunch of nails - some around an inch in length, and others closer to two inches.
Then we did use a drill with a small drillbit to make preliminary holes on some areas to minimize the splitting of the hardwood.
Then a bit of wood glue here and there, and some sandpaper.

The Process

The Frame

We started (I say we, my dad did most of the cutting) by knocking up the frame.
I wanted to use as much of the existing material we had, to make the box big enough to use, but also to cut down on waste.
So we cut those 4x planks at 24 inches to use for the length, then cut the leftover into two equal sizes to use for the sides.
We made the two longest side frames of the box first, using a combo of wood glue and screws.
I wanted to overlap each edge as I thought that would give it a bit more strength and add some height to all sides. It also fit in better with the calculations I’d done when considering the width of each piece of cladding.
This overlap proved a little problematic when joining the two sides together, as it meant whichever way we orientated the end pieces, we would be clashing screws and nails if we put the wood right on the outside of the frame.
So we decided to inset those pieces by a few inches, and then forage for the scrap wood to reinforce the insides. We bolstered the frame across the centre with two additional pieces on the longest sides, and alongside each corner post for support.
The frame itself was a little wonky on a few sides, but not bad for a job done in the rain, on a slight slope with a minimal spirit level use, and using a manual saw on a wonky table!

The Cladding

For the cladding, we used the hardwood leftover from my parents decking. I was lucky to have this lying around and that my Dad was happy to use it. Scrap wood from pallets could also work well, but this was a really nice finish.
We had five planks, and we wanted to make the most out of them. We started with the sides, which thankfully worked out to perfectly fit three planks width, spaced a mm or two apart. Partly calculated, partly luck.
The first nail started to split the plank, which wasn’t ideal, so we switched tactics to drill small holes for the nails first, before hammering them in.
We got into a nice rhythm, my dad cutting most of the planks while I measured up and sanded down. We then lined them up, drilled the holes, and nailed them down.
There was a simplicity to it and a nice rhythm. Just being outside, in the rain and fresh air, wood in my hands, and spending time with my Dad.
Couldn’t ask for much more.

The Top

For the top part of the box, we were going to overlap the rest of the cladding over the sides for a nice finish.
This was the only side where we were going to have to cut one of the hardwood planks lengthways, and we had managed to use most of the wood, so we had to get it right.
We fitted the outside two on both sides first, then measured up the centre piece and cut it down to size.
After some plaining and nailing the final piece down, structurally, the box was finished up!
(We decided to leave the bottom side uncovered - easier to grip and move around that way)

Finished Product

My partner help cut out a stencil and we added some decoration the next day with some wood varnish. It bled because we used a paper stencil - should have gone with card.
But I’m still really happy with how it turned out. Kinda looks like a military-style stamp.
It's the sturdiest, and heaviest plyo box I’ve ever come across, weighing in at 32.6 kilos. It's not moving anywhere soon, and it actually turned out to be pretty flat on all sides with the cladding added.
I might cut some handles in it at some point, but I'm in no rush. It’s nice to have built something with our hands out of scrap material, something that’s functional and going to get a lot of use - plyo work, calisthenics, mobility, sitting down.
We were lucky we had some of the materials lying around, but honestly, on the half-hour walk we went on around our neighbourhood, we saw enough scrap material to make 3 or 4 boxes, maybe more.
So hopefully this was useful or interesting in some way!
I’m not saying you should go out and copy what we did. Tbh, I recommend following a more professional tutorial.
But if you've ever been curious about making something like this, I'd say stay safe, but don't be afraid to have a go! We have little to no woodworking experience, and it turned out to be great success
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2020.11.11 17:33 HealthRoom A plyo box can be a useful tool for rows + pushup variations (elevating the legs), jump squats and mobility work. Most decent-sized ones cost a fair bit, so I made one for free out of 100% upcycled, scrap wood. Here's how I did it - hope it helps!

Like most people, I’ve been spending a lot more time at home this year.
Most of my training has been outdoors, and I’m fortunate to have accumulated a pretty well-rounded setup over the years - rings, mobility bands, and a cheap rack to hang from.
One thing that was missing (poor me) was a sturdy box for plyometrics, mobility drills, and elevating the feet for calisthenics work. I know a chair can work okay, but I fancied something a bit more sturdy.
Looking online, most decent sized plyo boxes are around 100 quid or more, which I can’t justify, and a lot of the ones I’ve tried in gyms over the years haven’t felt as solid as I’d like.
So I decided that I’d like to have a go at making my own, but with a few stipulations:
  1. It had to be super sturdy, heavy, weatherproof, and long-lasting. Spoiler alert, the one we made is 32.6kg and not moving anywhere anytime soon!
  2. It had to be multi-functional, ideally more than 24 inches high, but also with some shorter sides. Ended up with a 3-in-1 box at 26.5 x 21.5 x 18 inches. Ideal.
  3. It had to be upcycled, using only material that I had lying around or could find out on the street or in the rubbish (minus the tools, screws, and nails). Partly to be good to the environment, partly because I'm cheap.
So, I drew up some plans, enlisted my dad to do a lot of the hard work, and we got started.
Here's a video explaining the process: DIY Plyo Box Build
And a few images
Note - after testing, the box is a little high for split squats, so I recently built a bench / step that's lower down. happy to share that too at some point if anyone is interested!

Disclaimer

Before I get started, I just want to throw in the disclaimer that we’re not woodworking professionals by any means...
We don't have an impressive setup. Most of the work was done outside in the rain, on a slant with minimal spirit level usage. There were no doubt some glaring safety issues, and yes, there are probably other ways we could have made the box that would technically have been more correct.
Plywood is a great option, but you'll more than likely have to pay for it, as opposed to using scrap that's lying around.
This is not a tutorial on how to make the perfect plyo box.
It's how we made our own version with some scrap wood and a few basic tools.

The Materials

We started with:
In terms of tools, we used a handsaw, a hammer, and a bunch of nails - some around an inch in length, and others closer to two inches.
Then we did use a drill with a small drillbit to make preliminary holes on some areas to minimize the splitting of the hardwood.
Then a bit of wood glue here and there, and some sandpaper.

The Process

The Frame

We started (I say we, my dad did most of the cutting) by knocking up the frame.
I wanted to use as much of the existing material we had, to make the box big enough to use, but also to cut down on waste.
So we cut those 4x planks at 24 inches to use for the length, then cut the leftover into two equal sizes to use for the sides.
We made the two longest side frames of the box first, using a combo of wood glue and screws.
I wanted to overlap each edge as I thought that would give it a bit more strength and add some height to all sides. It also fit in better with the calculations I’d done when considering the width of each piece of cladding.
This overlap proved a little problematic when joining the two sides together, as it meant whichever way we orientated the end pieces, we would be clashing screws and nails if we put the wood right on the outside of the frame.
So we decided to inset those pieces by a few inches, and then forage for the scrap wood to reinforce the insides. We bolstered the frame across the centre with two additional pieces on the longest sides, and alongside each corner post for support.
The frame itself was a little wonky on a few sides, but not bad for a job done in the rain, on a slight slope with a minimal spirit level use, and using a manual saw on a wonky table!

The Cladding

For the cladding, we used the hardwood leftover from my parents decking. I was lucky to have this lying around and that my Dad was happy to use it. Scrap wood from pallets could also work well, but this was a really nice finish.
We had five planks, and we wanted to make the most out of them. We started with the sides, which thankfully worked out to perfectly fit three planks width, spaced a mm or two apart. Partly calculated, partly luck.
The first nail started to split the plank, which wasn’t ideal, so we switched tactics to drill small holes for the nails first, before hammering them in.
We got into a nice rhythm, my dad cutting most of the planks while I measured up and sanded down. We then lined them up, drilled the holes, and nailed them down.
There was a simplicity to it and a nice rhythm. Just being outside, in the rain and fresh air, wood in my hands, and spending time with my Dad.
Couldn’t ask for much more.

The Top

For the top part of the box, we were going to overlap the rest of the cladding over the sides for a nice finish.
This was the only side where we were going to have to cut one of the hardwood planks lengthways, and we had managed to use most of the wood, so we had to get it right.
We fitted the outside two on both sides first, then measured up the centre piece and cut it down to size.
After some plaining and nailing the final piece down, structurally, the box was finished up!
(We decided to leave the bottom side uncovered - easier to grip and move around that way)

Finished Product

My partner help cut out a stencil and we added some decoration the next day with some wood varnish. It bled because we used a paper stencil - should have gone with card.
But I’m still really happy with how it turned out. Kinda looks like a military-style stamp.
It's the sturdiest, and heaviest plyo box I’ve ever come across, weighing in at 32.6 kilos. It's not moving anywhere soon, and it actually turned out to be pretty flat on all sides with the cladding added.
I might cut some handles in it at some point, but I'm in no rush. It’s nice to have built something with our hands out of scrap material, something that’s functional and going to get a lot of use - plyo work, calisthenics, mobility, sitting down.
We were lucky we had some of the materials lying around, but honestly, on the half-hour walk we went on around our neighbourhood, we saw enough scrap material to make 3 or 4 boxes, maybe more.
So hopefully this was useful or interesting in some way!
I’m not saying you should go out and copy what we did. Tbh, I recommend following a more professional tutorial.
But if you've ever been curious about making something like this, I'd say stay safe, but don't be afraid to have a go! We have little to no woodworking experience, and it turned out to be great success
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2020.11.07 13:11 Waddaboogame HELP - Paint Problem

https://i.imgur.com/PvnRrvX.jpg
Greetings DIY-ers, my partner and I have just painted our kitchen and the paint has dried cracked all over (see image above).
What can we do to remedy this? TIA
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2020.11.06 20:53 vivaldi1206 A massive thank you to my wonderful partner /u/Thewildestrobot

A massive thank you to my wonderful partner Thewildestrobot
I had the MOST lovely exchange with my partner u/Thewildestrobot ! We bonded over our love of books, the fact that we both moved this year (weirdly she just moved to where I just left!), loves of cooking and food, and much more. It has been so so nice to talk to her amidst all of the chaos in the world right now. She sent so many wonderful things including:
three books by indie publishers, two of which are perfect for this personal reading project I've been doing:
  • The Disaster Tourist (Yun Ko-Eun)
  • Where You're All Going (Joan Frank)
  • Igifu (Scholastique Mukasonga) -- I have another book by her too and it's wonderful! -- also a HUGE fan of Archipelago Press
  • two of the cutest stickers that are super apt at the moment
  • Two awesome DIY clay face masks and instructions on a plantable paper (yay!)
  • a super cute tiger card
  • color changing nail polish from Copacetic Cosmetics in Kale & Spinach
  • Year of Rat eyeshadow quad from Copacetic (been on my wishlist!)
  • two FS NAVAs that I adore! Cinder Vanilla and Miss Cassandra (31 Bats) and the Halloween 2020 sample
  • a slink set of Astrid's Dreaming Collection, all of which are AWESOME as a lavender lover (lavender for every season! yay!)
  • a FS of Zoologist's Elephant and sample EDPs of Chameleon, Koala, and Nightingale. I have been wanting to try these for SO long. They are absolutely stunning in person (the packaging and art is truly amazing), and smell delicious.
I cried when I got this in the mail. It has been an incredibly difficult year, and I adore this community so much. I appreciate so deeply how much my partner tried to find things that were special and meaningful to me and just makes me heart so so full.
All my thanks and love <3
books and stickers!
everything else!
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2020.11.03 22:20 HailSagan27 Top 10 Ethically Sourced Holiday Chocolate Companies

Be it Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Yule, or just for kicks, this time of year can be hectic when shopping for ethically sourced candy brands based on its impact. Luckily, Ethicli has some recommendations!
With large gatherings on the decline for this year, you can now treat yourself to some ethically made sweets with the extra money you’ll be saving… Our biggest recommendation as we kick off the holiday season is to avoid Nestle products such as Butterfinger, Crunch, Laffy Taffy, Kit Kat, and Wonka. They are our lowest-scored brand at a 1.0, which Ethicli will break down.

Nestle Rating Breakdown

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Labor Rights:
Social:
Unfortunately, these points are only the beginning of how Nestle has taken advantage of communities and the planet. However now is a great time to take the #NestlePledge to not purchase any of their products yourself. Below is an infographic to show some of their other popular brands.

So how can we avoid Nestle?

Their company ethics may be concerning to say the least, but with so much extra time at home, it’s a perfect time to try your hand at making some home-made sweets! How about these Vegan Citrus Chocolate Truffles, or using your leftover pumpkin seeds to make this Pumpkin Seed Brittle? You may be surprised how easy it can be to make sweets from home!

Ethical Chocolate and Candy Alternatives

Oof, is the idea of DIY candy not your style? Then here are some alternatives with our ethical shopping partner Uncommon Goods that are sure to satisfy your sweet-tooth, and they’re so nice they’re even giftable to a friend! Or, if you cannot find a locally-made bakery, candy maker or chocolatier, ethical options may be available at your local grocers. If you’re shopping in person, look for these labels: Fair-Trade, Rainforest Alliance, RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil, & Certified Organic to ensure that ethical steps are being taken to care for our workers, planet and animals involved in the process. Here at Ethicli we put together a non-exhaustive list of 10 of our favorite ethically sourced chocolate companies.
Endangered Species (9.0):
Alter Eco (8.7):
Theo Chocolate (8.3):
Justin’s (8.2):
Tony’s Chocolonely (8.1):
Divine (8.0):
Equal Exchange (8.0):
Ocho (8.0):
Lake Champlain (8.0):
UNREAL (7.3):
What did we miss? Comment and share with us what your favorite ethical sweets brands are! Also, be sure to check out Ethicli’s browser extension to see even more company ratings all year long.
We hope you have a wonderful holiday season, and that these sweet options from Ethicli take the worries out of your holiday consumption 🦃🎄
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2020.10.28 17:59 HotN00b 29 [M4F] Manitoba, Canada, Virgin waiting till marriage, looking for a female virgin

https://imgur.com/a/Slealdn https://imgur.com/a/8zDX9ZH
I am a 29 year old virgin who is waiting till marriage. I do not believe that the government requires involvement in marriage, so a unity ceremony aka marriage without government involvement is acceptable to me.
I'm a Semi-Retired IT Professional, jack of all trades, master of some. I reached early retirement not by making bucket loads of cash, but by investing in myself; real wealth, knowledge, wisdom and skill.
For those who are looking to do the same, i looked at society at every level and asked the hard questions. What exactly is involved in plumbing? and is it really worth paying $500 to unclog a toilet or is it better to buy a $5 plunger and spend 30 seconds doing it yourself? I am currently building a homestead/farmstead in Manitoba, the end goal is to live off of the land as much as possible while enjoying modern amenities such as internet, electricity, water, ect...
Hobbies / Interests: fingerstyle acoustic guitar, philosophy, anime, coffee - chilling outside, camping (fire :D), MLP G4, cars, bit of video games, building stuff, cooking, DIY, and the list goes on...
I am 6'1", my weight varies between 160 and 180lbs. sometimes i have 6 pack, sometimes i don't, but i won't ever let myself get too fat. My MBTI personality type is INTJ-A.
I made the decision to wait till marriage when I was 15-16 years old or so. I was also raised in an ashiest household with some exposure to Christianity, as an INTJ, my decisions are based mostly on logic. If society says jump off a cliff, I will not do so.
If i reach the grand old age of 35 without having found the one, than I will at that point, dedicate my life to living in the way that Nikola Tesla did.
My basic requirements:
  1. Must be a female virgin, no anal, no oral, no ewhoring.
  2. Must be waiting till marriage and must be able to provide a understanding of why, beyond religion.
  3. Must not be a landwhale.
  4. Must be honest and understand that manipulation does not work on me and is completely unnecessary in any relationship.
  5. Till death do part or longer, must be the ultimate goal of the relationship.
  6. Must be willing to eventually relocate to Manitoba / enjoy the homestead lifestyle.
lastly, my money is for me and my future wife. any dates / expenditures will be 50/50; if you truly have any intention of a life long relationship, than ultimately, my money will be yours and your money will be mine. However, if I were to pay for everything and you were to not end up being my partner, than my future partner would have to endure extra hardship.
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2020.10.28 17:39 HotN00b 29 [M4F] Manitoba, Canada, Virgin waiting till marriage, looking for a female virgin

29 [M4F] Manitoba, Canada, Virgin waiting till marriage, looking for a female virgin

https://imgur.com/a/Slealdn https://imgur.com/a/8zDX9ZH
I am a 29 year old virgin who is waiting till marriage. I do not believe that the government requires involvement in marriage, so a unity ceremony aka marriage without government involvement is acceptable to me.
I'm a Semi-Retired IT Professional, jack of all trades, master of some. I reached early retirement not by making bucket loads of cash, but by investing in myself; real wealth, knowledge, wisdom and skill.
For those who are looking to do the same, i looked at society at every level and asked the hard questions. What exactly is involved in plumbing? and is it really worth paying $500 to unclog a toilet or is it better to buy a $5 plunger and spend 30 seconds doing it yourself? I am currently building a homestead/farmstead in Manitoba, the end goal is to live off of the land as much as possible while enjoying modern amenities such as internet, electricity, water, ect...
Hobbies / Interests: fingerstyle acoustic guitar, philosophy, anime, coffee - chilling outside, camping (fire :D), MLP G4, cars, bit of video games, building stuff, cooking, DIY, and the list goes on...
I am 6'1", my weight varies between 160 and 180lbs. sometimes i have 6 pack, sometimes i don't, but i won't ever let myself get too fat. My MBTI personality type is INTJ-A.
I made the decision to wait till marriage when I was 15-16 years old or so. I was also raised in an atheist household with some exposure to Christianity, as an INTJ, my decisions are based mostly on logic. If society says jump off a cliff, I will not do so.
If i reach the grand old age of 35 without having found the one, than I will at that point, dedicate my life to living in the way that Nikola Tesla did.
My basic requirements:
  1. Must be a female virgin, no anal, no oral, no handjobs, no ewhoring/onlyfans.
  2. Must be waiting till marriage and must be able to provide a understanding of why, beyond religion.
  3. Must not be a landwhale.
  4. Must be honest and understand that manipulation does not work on me and is completely unnecessary in any relationship.
  5. Till death do part or longer, must be the ultimate goal of the relationship.
  6. Must be willing to eventually relocate to Manitoba / enjoy the homestead lifestyle.
lastly, my money is for me and my future wife. any dates / expenditures will be 50/50; if you truly have any intention of a life long relationship, than ultimately, my money will be yours and your money will be mine. However, if I were to pay for everything and you were to not end up being my partner, than my future partner would have to endure extra hardship.
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2020.10.26 11:00 WWE_Network_Bot This Day in History: 10/26/2020

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