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2012.04.13 19:01 judithb Look Your Best - Looks Advice for Men & Women

The purpose of this community is for men and women to post their pictures for others to give advice on how to improve their appearance: skincare, hair, eyebrows, makeup, fashion, fitness, injectables, surgery, etc.
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2016.04.15 09:17 Discussion & Results of Transgender Surgeries

A sub for the discussion of surgeries, surgery results, surgeon satisfaction and the costs incurred by transgender people. Rule 5: This sub is by and for trans people. Partners, caregivers, etc, with a legitimate interest in surgery may post if it's of clear benefit to a trans individual or the community. Intersex people who have related surgical interests may post. Do not post otherwise.
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2023.06.07 15:32 FlamboyantCursor Dennis Quaid Plastic Surgery, Before After Pics – Age And Height Revealed

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2023.06.07 15:25 kimuratrap91 5'4. I stay sitting down for photos, but it's not all bad with a focus and goals.

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2023.06.07 15:01 j13409 Any way to slightly lengthen phallo penis?

Whether it be through surgery or loosening scars or what?
My goal was 6” long and 5” girth.
Girth wise I should be fine. I’m above 5” girth rn but I’m having liposuction next week which my surgeon is confident will get me to 5-5.5” after swelling goes down. If necessary I can have penile plication after to get down another 0.25-0.5”. I’m not too worried about that.
Length wise, however, measuring from the top against my mons pubis I’m like 5”, and measuring from the side I’m 5.5”, so 5-5.5”. I’ll probably tell people 5.5” if they ask, but realistically 5” is probably more accurate a measure when it comes to sex.
I really want to get closer to 6” length instead of 5”. Is there any possible way to try to achieve this? Like any methods of loosening the vertical scar on the underside of my penis to help lengthen it some? Or any minor surgery method I haven’t heard of before to help lengthen it?
If there’s no hope, any recommendations on how to get over mild penis size insecurity? All the toys my gf and I use are 6” length and 4.5-5” girth. So like I said I’m not worried about girth, but length I am. She’s used to 6” toys, I feel mildly embarrassed to not measure up to that. Especially since with toys you get basically the entire length insertable, but with a real penis you have an added insertable limitation due to sex position limitations.
Sex has been great thus far. But I’m mildly nervous about making sure things stay just as good once we can start have PIV sex, which we’ll probably try in a handful of months once my girth is decreased.
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2023.06.07 14:40 miaaesthetic Mia Plastic Surgery Clinic

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2023.06.07 14:39 ZealousidealPie8149 Not losing enough pre-op diet

My RNY is scheduled for June 22. I am on a 4 week 5 items of optifast diet with 1 approximately 400 calorie meal a day, for a total of 1200 calories a day.
First week I lost 3lb. Second week I lost 1lb. Nutritionist said it was fine and I was above the goal. I have no idea how that is true. I have my 3rd appointment today and i dont think I have lost anything this week.
I asked the first week what would make them cancel the surgery and she said they are looking for compliance. She wouldn’t give me many details.
I am also scared if I am not losing weight now even though i am following this pre-surgery diet that I am not going to lose weight post op.
I was a bit constipated and I took care of that yesterday but it still seemed like I hadn’t lost any weight, just maintaining.
I am not exercising as much as I should be but I am not inactive. I work 2, 12 hour shifts as a busy RN per week and I am raising my kids and doing household chores the rest of the week. The exercise I was doing (at their suggestion) was only 10 minutes 3x a week, so I don’t think that should make a huge difference.
I started the program at 236.4lb and weigh 232.4lb on their scale as of last week. I am 5’3” and 33yo F. My scale is slightly off from theirs.
Also- does anyone have recommendations for at home resistance training after surgery? The 3 kids make it really difficult to go to a gym so i prefer to work out at home even though I have not been doing it and I know I can’t right after surgery. But I know I need to do muscle strengthening as soon as I can to retain muscle mass. I have a squat machine but I don’t love it, I cant target my muscles correctly with it. I also have a few 8-12lb free weights. Are small weights enough to retain muscle mass? I’m willing to buy a total body work out machine if people have recommendations for ones that work well for beginners.
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2023.06.07 14:12 lusided Interview with Rob Stead, Wrexham Club Photographer

You have seen the photos. On social media, matchday programmes, Wrexham AFC’s website. And you may have heard the name: Rob Stead (stead.photos on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook).
In the enviable position of being one of the club’s photographers, Rob has a keen eye for capturing iconic moments and a flair for epic compositions, along with an easily recognizable style that stands out from the more customary sports photography.
Small details or bigger picture, Rob definitely has the propensity to be the right man at the right time in the right place—so, I reached out to him with a bunch of questions and he graciously sent me back a bunch of answers.

Tell us a little about yourself.
I'm 34 years old (about to turn 35) and currently reside in the beautiful North Wales with my young family. I'm a relatively new supporter of Wrexham AFC starting around 2017 when I joined the media team at the club. The first game I attended was a 2-1 victory over Boreham Wood, which of course is the same opponent that Wrexham played to secure promotion to the Football League. I am completely self-taught in photography but completed a media course in college and a performing arts degree at university.

When did you start taking photos and how did photography become your medium? What inspired you to pick up a camera?
I've had an interest in media ever since I can remember, but I took it seriously when studying in college and university.

What was some of your earlier work like?
My earlier work is a bit of everything (you can see if you scroll back through my Instagram page). I wanted to try out as many genres as possibly to see what I enjoyed most.

Who or what have been the most prominent artistic influences so far?
I really enjoy reportage/documentary photography. I'm not keen on posing photos, I prefer to stand back and take a natural shot of the moment.

How did you become a club photographer?
I originally applied to be a volunteer television camera operator at the club back in 2017 and had a fun few years doing that. When the club brought in a dedicated streaming team I decided to move pitchside to cover matchday photography. Previous to this I also was on hand to take photos when new players signed or new kits were released.

What have been so far the most challenging aspects of being a sport photographer?
Getting the shot! Especially if you are working on behalf of any newspapers. You don't want to be missing a crucial shot/goal celebration.

How do you capture the pace of the game? Having to move, follow the action and take photos all at the same time seems quite tricky.
I have a set location to shoot from at the matches and then swap to the other end at half-time. It's all about practice. You have 90 minutes to get a few decent shots so you have plenty of time to practice.

On match day, how your day looks like? What is the process? How many hours do you do?
For a 3pm kick-off match I typically arrive at the stadium at around 1pm to sign in. I then take in the surroundings of the stadium and await the players arriving to take some shots. I then cover the warm-ups and the players coming out of the tunnel. I then move to my position to shoot the first and second half. I send the photos that I take throughout the match to the admin team. I then leave after the post match interviews have been completed.

Can you tell us about your experience on April 22nd? How was before, during and after? Did you feel pressured to capture more moments than usual? How was it in the changing room? How was to hold the cup?
April 22nd won't be forgotten in a hurry! I was pretty confident the team could get over the line and clinch promotion as they have been so strong playing at home in front of the 10,000 strong. When the third Wrexham goal went in, we could relax a little bit before the final whistle which is not something a Wrexham fan can usually do! Following the final whistle, chaos ensued, but in a celebratory way. I managed to squeeze towards the tunnel area to get as many shots as possible before entering into the changing room. It was such a privilege to be in there observing and capturing the moments that followed (and rather wet!) - The trophy was heavier than expected, but such an honour after so many years of being so close.

Related to the previous question, did your experience as a club photographer change your view as a fan? And, on the opposite side of the coin, is it hard to get the perfect shot during a match because you are also excited as a fan? Or do you find yourself being somewhat more detached from the game (or focused in a different way)?
Unfortunately I have to remain somewhat detached from the game as it's going on otherwise I would probably miss the shot! Often I don't know if a shot has gone into the goal until I hear the crowd roar!

Do you edit photos during the game?
I do edit during the game as I need to get the photos up to the club admin team as soon as possible.

What are some of the most important skills for a sport photographer?
Being able to juggle many plates at once and being able to react at a moment's notice is key. Having an understanding of the sport is useful too as you can preempt the next play for example.

You have a very distinctive style—cinematographic, epic, dramatic and yet utterly intimate. You capture very public moments at the cusp of raw human emotion. How do you achieve that?
I couldn't possibly reveal my secrets! 😆

You have a family of your own. How do you balance your personal life with the demands of your position?
My family is very supportive of my position at the club and I can't thank them enough for the sacrifices they make for me to be able to attend regularly.

Have you ever had any accidents during a game?
Nothing to note as of yet! 🤞

Who is your favorite Wrexham AFC player?
It's a tough choice, but I would probably say Luke Young and the former player, Paul Rutherford. Both would give their all for the club and their work ethic is up there with the best I've seen.

What’s your equipment?
I currently use a Canon 1D X with either a 70-200mm or 17-40mm lens. I tend to edit my photos on my phone to begin with as it's a quicker way of submitting the photos to the club.
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2023.06.07 14:11 CapableRhubarb5 I was the middle car in a 3 car collision, unsure about liability.

I would just like to state before I start, this collision happened in October last year and I have since bought a dashcam.
I was driving to work along a motorway with the typical reduce speed limits overhead, (from my recollection 40 mph), traffic was slowing to a stand still and I ended up being the middle car in quite a slow 3 car collision.
My version of events is that I slowed with enough time to stop but the car behind me didn't and sent me into the car in front. I am fairly confident of this but obviously was in shock at the incident and didn't have a dashcam at the time. My car (renault clio 22) has following distance warnings and I am always conscious of them when driving ( Only A Fool Breaks The 2-Second Rule ), especially in heavy traffic, so I am almost certain I had enough time to break and would not have hit the car in front had the car behind me not hit me first. But hey ho accidents happen and the main thing is no one was hurt really.
I did suffer a couple of bruises from the incident, I hit my head off the roof of my car and my knee of my steering wheel but that was about the height of it. As far as I could tell the other two drivers were fine and none of us had any passengers. We exchanged insurance information at the scene and took a few photos and then departed. I did give my number to both parties and the front car contacted me a few times about when her car would get fixed (she had never been in a accident before, neither have I for that matter). I informed her to contact her insurance and that they would deal with my insurance and the person behind me's insurance.
The car in front of me (vw golf) had a cracked number plate, probably rear bumper damage, my front bumper had a bit of damage but the main damage was to my rear bumper which knocked the boot out of alignment out making it nearly impossible to open. My horn was also broken in the incident. As far as I could see, the car that hit me had no visible damage, it was a more modern mini and I think the projecting plastic round the grill seemed to have been what made impact. I have since suffered heightened anxiety on the road (any time a car fills my rear view mirror it causes me a lot of fear or if a car pulls into space I have left for braking distance I get quite scared).
I have obviously provided all this information to my insurer, I only claimed for the damage to my car and did not pursue any injury claims or anything of the like. It took about 5 months for my car repair to be completed which was in March and the claim is still unresolved. I have renewed my insurance within this time and recently decided to check the status of my claim and received this message:

"Liability is still outstanding for this incident. The party at the front is holding us at fault for hitting them in the rear and the party at the rear is alleging your vehicle 'rebounded' off the car in front into her car and that she was stationary. We have disputed this and asked for any evidence they have to support this as it seems unlikely to have happened like that. I can't give a timescale on how long it is likely take to settle I'm afraid. "
I honestly don't know how the car behind me is trying to argue this was all my fault. I do not believe her car was stationary and I don't really see how the more significant damage was caused from a "rebound". There are also no dash cams or witnesses that I am aware of, and obviously my recollection could be bias.
My question is what is the likely liability outcome here and when on earth can I expect a resolution? At this point I really don't care who's at fault and would just like the claim resolved. Surely joint liability would just be the easiest thing to do?
Any insight would be great.
Sorry for the length, I am just frustrated at the fact this hasn't been resolved and regretting not claiming for injury too now, giving the fact the woman at the rear is being so difficult.
TLDR; I was the middle car in a 3 car accident 8 months ago, liability is still outstanding, rear car is claiming I am entirely at fault, what is the likely outcome?

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2023.06.07 14:01 dreftzg [Daily News] Are These New Seiko Chronos Ugly Or Not?, Breguet Has Two New Military Chronographs, French Watchmaker Teams Up With French Carmaker For French Race and Dan Henry Is Back With New Colors And Same Price

Welcome back, it's Wednesday and I'll just come out and say it - that Seiko is ugly... Change my mind.

What's new

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Seiko Adds Four Completely New Chronographs To The Prospex Collection And Four Limited Editions To The Presage Craftsmanship Series
In 1999 Seiko launched a limited edition they called the Sportura Kinetic Chronograph. It was a funky watch that used four subdials to display the time and chronograph functions. Just looking at it and you feel the angst of the end of the millennium and the cheesy futurism (not to be confused with neo futurism in architecture led by Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid and Santiago Calatrava) that permeated industrial design of the time - from Oakley glasses to Jnco jeans. There’s no easy way to say this, but it’s an ugly watch. I can appreciate the experiment. But come on.
However, Seiko believes that the four dial layout of the Kinetic was pleasing to the eye. That’s why they decided to recreate it in four new solar chronographs that they are adding to the Prospex collection, marking the company’s association with the World Athletics Championships to be held in Budapest, Hungary, in August. Officially called the Seiko Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph, all four watches sport a new movement with the Seiko Caliber 8A50, a 1/100-second chronograph with a +/- 15-seconds per month precision rating.
The Seiko Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph watch is 42mm-wide, 12.9mm-thick, and its lug-to-lug distance is 48.3mm. All four watches have the same case and bracelet design but in different executions and ever-so-slightly different prices and naming schemes. I could go on into detail about the dials and colors, but it’s all just a bit confusing. You can hop on over here if you would like to know more.
Two of the models will be limited edition of 4,000 each and two will be regular production models. The Seiko Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph watch prices range from 890 Euros to 970 Euros, and all four versions will be available from July 2023. Regular readers of the newsletter will know I keep things very chipper here and don’t pass judgement. But these new Seiko’s are just baffling to me. They look like those Diesel watches you buy at the mall. Am I wrong?
Thankfully, Seiko has another announcement for today. While they have shown these watches previously, they are now starting to sell these stunning Presage Craftsmanship Series watches. Marking the 110th anniversary of its first wristwatch, the Laurel, Seiko is putting out two pairs of these limited edition pieces, with each featuring a dial made by a dedicated artisan or craft workshop through a traditional Japanese decorative technique — enamel, urushi lacquer, Arita porcelain, and shippō enamel. All four models boast a new case shape, a fresh dial aesthetic, and an in-house automatic movement. And they are now hitting the market.
And despite Seiko’s price increases for recent releases, these new editions seem to align with their predecessors. The white enamel SPB393 retails for €1,650, the brown urushi SPB395 for €2,000, the ivory Arita porcelain SPB397 for €2,000, and the blue shippō enamel SPB399 for €2,250.
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Breguet Gives Us Two Redesigned Variations Of The Classic Chronograph With The Type XX And Type 20
Just the other day I linked to a great article on Type 20, the references issued by the French military in the 1950s. There were many brands who stepped up to produce these Type 20 watches, but the reference has stuck around to be synonymous with one brand in particular - Breguet. They have been making the Type 20 for years now, with occasional updates, but now Breguet is unveiling the new Type XX and Type 20 – a civilian and military-inspired take on the classic design - which is the biggest change to the line.
Despite at first glance looking like it’s two of the same watches with different dials, the Type 20 and Type XX are actually different watches. Both watches come in the same steel case that measures 42mm wide and 14.1mm thick with bidirectional steel bezels and matching lume pips. But this is pretty much where the similarities stop. The Type 20 has a military inspired dial with mint green lume and syringe hands, while the Type XX is a civilian version with a creamy yellow lume and alpha hands.
The Type 20 and Type XX both have a new self-winding movement, the Calibre 728 for the civilian version and Calibre 7281 for the military version. Each movement has a column wheel, vertical clutch, 5Hz frequency, and flyback functionality with 60 hours of power reserve, plus an inverted in-line lever escapement with a flat silicon balance spring for increased durability, longevity, and magnetic resistance.
Why two different calibers? The difference lies in dial layout and how useful it would be in military or civilian applications. On the military version, you only have two registers, with a 30-minute totalizer at three o'clock, now larger than the 60-second totalizer at nine o'clock. Meanwhile, the civilian version has a 15-minute totalizer at three o'clock, a 12-hour totalizer at six o'clock, and running seconds at nine o'clock.
This is not a cheap watch. It will run you $18,000. But it might just be one of the best vintage revivals we have seen in a year full of vintage revivals.
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French Watchmaker Yema Teams Up With Alpine French Racing Team To Mark The Most French Race With Five New Watches
One of the most legendary races in the world starts on Saturday and ends on Sunday. Yes, it’s the 24 hours of Le Mans. The race is, of course, one of the most recognisable french things, alongside the croissant and hating tourists. You know what else is very french? Alpine, the legendary car manufacturer that gained it’s fame with the quirky A110 and is currently doing really well (under Renault ownership) with its successor, also called the A110. Alpine will be present at the 24h of Le Mans With their Endurance Team. If only there was a watchmaker that could join in, making it a French hat trick. There is. It’s Yema. Yema has made five new watches to mark Alpine’s stint at Le Mans - the Yema Rallygraf A470 Limited Edition and four Rallygraf Alpine Endurance Team Automatic models of which one is mechanical while the other three are powered by the Seiko VK64 meca-quartz movement.
The Yema Rallygraf A470 Limited Edition takes all the right cues from 70s racing chronographs. The stainless steel case is 39mm wide and 12mm thick without the double-domed sapphire crystal. The solid caseback shows the Alpine Endurance Team logo and the limitation of the watch. The dial is finished in a gradient-blue colour, Alpine’s signature color, with a vintage dashboard-inspired bicompax layout and Alpine’s logo on the chronograph seconds hand. Inside the watch is the Valjoux 7753 and the watch comes on an appropriate black leather rally strap with a steel pin buckle. This watch will be limited to 470 pieces and can be pre-ordered for a price of USD 2,190 with delivery expected in September 2023.
This runs at a frequency of 28,800vph and delivers 48 hours of power reserve. The watch comes on a black leather rally strap with a steel pin buckle. Limited to 470 pieces, tying in with the car, it can be pre-ordered for a price of EUR 2,190 with delivery expected in September 2023.
Then there’s the meca-quartz variants. They take the same case as the Rallygraf and give it three variations - white dial with a blue outside minute track, a cream dial with a black outside minute track or a black dial with a cream outside minute track. All of these are also available for preorder now for EUR 399 and will be delivered in September 2023.
Yema also announced a second mechanical watch made in collaboration with Alpine, the Rallygraf Alpine Endurance Team Automatic. This will officially be unveiled this coming Saturday at the Circuit de la Sarthe, during the racing weekend of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Although we don’t know all the details at this moment, we can see it’s made of stainless steel, comes on a multi-link bracelet or black leather strap and has a black dial. The bidirectional rotating bezel can be used to calculate speeds, in combination with the inner ‘Temps Ecoule’ flange in white and blue. It is powered by the in-house Calibre YEMA2000 and will cost USD 990.
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The Dan Henry 1970 44mm is back with new colours and the same, affordable price
You might know Dan Hendy as the microbrand that has been pumping out vintage inspired watches since 2016. What you might not know is that they made their name with the Dan Henry 1970 44mm Automatic Diver, the first of their watches to feature an automatic movement. While it might not seem like a big deal, it was for Dan Hanry and the shoppers in the sub $500 range. While Dan Henry serviced it’s customers by providing good value for money with quartz movements, the 1970 44mm Automatic Diver was the first time they offered a mechanical movement at such an affordable price. It sold out instantly and now, four years later, they are back with a limited edition of 1970 pieces.
It’s a very big watch. Very big. The heavy stainless steel super compressor style case measures 44mm in diameter and is 14.8mm thick with a 50.5mm lug-to-lug length. Despite these large dimensions, and with all other manufacturers fighting to go smaller, people still love this watch. They love it enough for it to go for over retail on the secondary market, which is not common for a watch in this pricepoint. Both of the crowns, one for rotating the inner-bezel and one for adjusting the time, screw into the case, giving it 200m water resistance.
The dials get a contrasting pop of color on the outskirts. There’s the black and orange, as well as the black and off-white with a black case and blue with white color combinations. Each version comes with its own colour-matching FKM rubber tropic strap. To keep the price low, the watches are powered by the Seiko NH35. Not the best movement in the world, but it gets the job done for an exceptionally low price.
The new Dan Henry 1970 44mm Automatic Diver is limited to 1,970 pieces, available from Dan Henry and costs $310.
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Bamford Teams Up With Land Rover For The LR002 Limited Edition
Somehere near the end of last year, Land Rover designed their first watch. They called it the LR001 and they turned to Bamford to put the watch into production. It was a great looking field watch made of titanium and all in shades of grey, with a decent price and limited to 100 pieces so they all sold out very fast. Now, Bamford London and Land Rover are bringing it back with an updated, equally limited, version in all black called the LR002.
The LR002 is pretty much the same watch as the LR001, except for the color. While not a fan of black watches, this isn’t a bad thing, as it gives you a chance to buy the sold out Land Rover watch. What is bad is the price, but more on that later. The case measures 40mm wide and 13.25mm thick, and is made out of DLC coated titanium. It has a shape that resembles a field watch but much more modern and has fixed bars. From photos, due to the thick case and fixed bars, this watch looks to wear much larger than it actually is.
The dial seems to be much more interesting than the case. It has a sandwich construction with the top part having a matte black surface and the underside being filled with white lume. And by alternating circular and oblong cutouts, there’s a dynamic look to the dial. Inside the watch is the same movement as in the LR001, the Selita SW200-1B, and it’s delivered on a leather NATO-style bracelet.
The LR002 will have a run of just 100 pieces that are exclusively sold through Hodinkee. At the time of writing there are still pieces available for sale at a price of $1,700. And that’s the biggest issue. The LR001 sold for about $1,300 and the only difference between the two watches is the DLC coating. Is it worth the price difference?
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The Casio A120 Is The Best Pairing For Stranger Things, But Do We Need It?
The immense popularity of Stranger Thing undoubtedly lies in it’s 80s nostalgia that reminded us all of our childhoods. While playing to our good memories, it also roped in new generations by picking the best the decade had to offer and presenting it as something cool. That’s why you have a bunch of kids out there listening to Kate Bush and Metallica, while wearing Casio watches and buying VHS tapes. So it only makes perfect sense that Casio would team up with Stranger Things for a limited edition watch, and what better reference to do it with then the A120. This is the Casio x Stranger Things A120WEST-1A.
The watch is a classic Casio A120, with a 33.5mm x 40.7mm rectangle case and since it’s plastic it weighs only 25 grams. It’s not filled with a bunch of functions, but it does have a chronograph, alarm and calendar and you get three years of battery life. There’s a number of Stranger Things references on the watch - there’s a silhouette of the series’ demogorgon monster beneath the digital display and the LED backlight flickers and rapidly blinks just like the surfacing of a demogorgon in the show. Once lit, you can see the watermark of an upside down Stranger Things logo.
Casio has not announced when the watch will be available or how much it will cost, but you can keep an eye out on it here. Is this a nice homage to a good TV show, or just another example of over-consumerism and corporate media properties slapping their name everywhere, without actually making a meaningfully authentic version of the watch?
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On hand - a selection of reviews

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A review of Monta’s current flagship dress watch, the Noble
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Hands on with the 39mm and 42mm versions of the Hanhart 414 ES Flyback
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A week with the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore limited edition in pink gold and titanium
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Watch Worthy - A look at an offbeat, less known watch you might actually like

Dryden is a go-everywhere-do-anything watch with plenty of options
Great dials are always appreciated, but no matter how good the dial is, it doesn’t matter if the watch isn’t wearable. The excellent design choices found on the dial of the Heartlander follow through to the case. Crafted from stainless steel the 38mm-wide case has a lovely 46mm lug-to-lug distance and is only 11.2mm-thick from solid steel caseback to domed sapphire crystal. These dimensions are in the Goldilocks region for an everyday watch for me and my ~6.5-inch wrist. The cases are predominantly brushed except for a thin highly polished bevel that flanks each side of the lugs.
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People loved the Seiko Alpinist giveaway! That's why I'm doing a new one. This time, we're giving away four Hamilton Khaki Field Automatics in a color of your choice. Head on over to the newsletter if you would like to enter.
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2023.06.07 14:00 AutoModerator STORIES & BOOKS about body dysmorphia

We have collected a set of stories and informative pieces about BDD. From stories from people who have overcome it to celebrities who have openly talked about it, you can find articles and videos about body dysmorphia from these following links.
Public figures on BDD

Documentaries and videos

Personal stories and interviews

Podcasts

Books
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2023.06.07 13:57 FlaminCat Applying to Dutch SF (KCT) with bad eyesight - is it pointless?

Hey all,
I have been seriously considering applying to the Dutch Korps Commandotroepen (KCT). I have checked their fitness requirements and I am already close to meeting those goals without specifically training for them. If I put my mind to it, I can definitely get there with a month of dedicated training.
There is a problem though: I have fairly bad eyesight (-1.5 and -2.5). I currently use contacts in my day to day life. Does it make sense to even apply if I pass all the fitness tests but my eyesight is considered not good enough? It would be truly heartbreaking :(
Does someone know if the Dutch military offers or subsidizes lasic surgery? It's not mentioned anywhere on the site.
These are the requirements provided on the site (only in Dutch): https://werkenbijdefensie.nl/commando#basiseisen
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2023.06.07 13:41 Most_Bookkeeper_4811 Enhancing Beauty and Improving Lives: Surgeries to Make You Look Young

Delhi, the capital city of our country India, is home to several cosmetic and plastic surgery clinics that offer a range of procedures to enhance one's appearance. Whether it's a minor cosmetic procedure or a major reconstructive surgery, these clinics are equipped with the latest technologies and staffed by experienced doctors who specialize in cosmetic and plastic surgery. In this article, we will explore more about cosmetic surgeons in Delhi and plastic surgeons in Delhi.
Cosmetic and plastic surgery
Cosmetic surgery refers to surgical procedures that are performed to enhance a person's appearance, while plastic surgery encompasses a broader range of procedures that are performed to reconstruct or repair physical deformities, injuries, or abnormalities. Both types of surgeries require specialized training and expertise, and it's important to choose a reputable clinic with experienced surgeons.
Options in Delhi
Cosmetic surgeons in Delhi carry out a variety of procedures, including facelifts, nose jobs, breast augmentation or reduction, liposuction, and hair transplantation. Most of these operations are outpatient, so patients can leave the hospital the same day as their surgery and return home.. Plastic surgeons in Delhi perform reconstructive surgeries such as cleft lip and palate repair, burn reconstruction, and breast reconstruction after mastectomy. These surgeries are often more complex and require a longer recovery time.
When choosing a cosmetic clinic , it's important to do your research and choose a clinic that has the best cosmetic surgeons in Delhi .It's also important to have realistic expectations about the outcome of the surgery, and to understand the risks and potential complications associated with the procedure. Your surgeon should be able to explain these risks to you and answer any questions you may have.
In conclusion, if you're considering the best cosmetic surgery in Delhi, there are several reputable clinics to choose from. With the right clinic and best cosmetic surgeon in Delhi , cosmetic and plastic surgery can be a safe and effective way to enhance your appearance or improve your quality of life.
Source : https://drvivekkumardelhi.blogspot.com/2023/06/enhancing-beauty-and-improving-lives.html
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2023.06.07 13:30 plasticsurgeonpankaj Expert Nose Correction Surgery with Dr Pankaj Mehta Learn more:-https://www.plasticsurgeonpankaj.com/rhinoplasty.php

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2023.06.07 13:07 MysteriousBreakfast6 Helo me deside on a Lens choice

I will be using the fujifil xt3 I only have a budget of 700€ for lenses. My goal is to have a wide coverage, using fast lenses since I mostly shoot in dim lit ares for events. So I usually use a 23mm, 35mm for mid range groio ohotos and a 50mm for one to two person shots. They have always been f 2.8 lenses. Cant afford to rent those anymore so im looking to get some good starter gesr, both for client work and personal projects. I really enjoy shooting landscapes with telephoto lenses, which is why one of these choices includes that. Here are the lenses on my mind. Plesse suggest if there are better choices
Sigma 18 50mm f 2.8 500€ Along with a Fuji xc 4.5-6.7 for 200€ This is one pair Im considering. The zoom would cover wide group photos as well as closer shots. While also saving me time on changing lenses for each need. The fuji is a purchase that I only intend to use for personnal projects. Its a nice sharp lens for the price and very lightweight. Convenient during hikes which would be its main use.
My other choice is Viltrox 85mm 1.8 stm II 300 € Aling with a Viltrox 13mm 1.4 xf for 400€
What would be the smarter choice here given that I mostly dhoot events, but consider my gigs to be incredibly diverse. Im not specialized. The lenses I mentioned at the start could still be rented out if needed, but its not always an option.
Please help me its tearing me apart. Thank you
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2023.06.07 13:05 NearbyRepublics Kanye West fans think the rapper has had 'secret plastic surgery' as they discover strange details about his appearance in new pictures

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2023.06.07 12:56 CuriousDassie Home Affairs Passport Success Story

Hello,
I often see posts here asking about the best way to tackle home affairs and thought I would share my recent experience applying for a passport. My mom and I decided to apply for new passports in the last week of April 2023 as hers was about to expire and mine only had a few months left.
We booked an appointment at Grabouw home affairs for a weekday in the first week of May 2023. Arrived 15 minutes prior to our appointment and much to the displeasure of everyone in the line we were immediately waved in once the clock hit 14h00 (appointment time). We waited for our photos and our fingerprints to be taken.
My mom needed a proof of address but since I received my smart ID last year I was already on the system and they didn't need mine. My mom was automatically signed up for a smart ID card as they saw she only had the green book. We were finished within 45 minutes of walking in the door (make sure you go well before load shedding as apparently while they have a generator the home affairs system goes down and can take like 40 minutes to reboot and start up again).
The home affairs guy saw we were from Cape Town and recommended that we collect our passports (and my mom's smart ID) at Barack street as there is no collections only line at Grabouw and it is super busy. They said it would take 15 working days and we would get an SMS. Sadly I had to pay double as my passport was expiring in 7 months (not the required 6 months for normal renewal fee). We left to taste wine.
Fast forward 4 weeks we never received any SMSs from Home Affairs, we gave it an extra week but decided to chance Barack street this week after not hearing anything. We arrived at 07h00 and stood in the collections line to the right of the entrance. We were number 28 and 29 in the line. At 08h00 the first 15 people were waived into Home Affairs (we were upgraded to a plastic chair spot which are reserved for the first 20 or so people in the line) and we were allowed in at 08h20 . I lost my slip of paper I got from Grabouw but they didn't need it and just input my ID number. We walked out at 08h35 with our documents.
We were so impressed with the Collections department at Barack street (I went six months ago and it was a much longer wait - apparently they get super busy during school holidays) . I reckon that if you go at 11h00 or so at the moment you could just walk in.
Including queuing the whole passport experience took just over 2 hours of our time and drive out to Elgin. Was pleasantly surprised.
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2023.06.07 12:51 Pokebert762 For sale - 2001 Topps Chrome Refractors /999

For sale - 2001 Topps Chrome Refractors /999
Looking to sell all 6 together. $120 for all 6 shipped BMWT. Based on comps on 130point. Cards gave been stored in sleeves and toploaders since 2001. The scratches in the photos are on the plastic toploader covers. Happy to send better pics if needed.
PP G&S
Never sold in this sub before but I have sold on baseballcard sub and you can find my feedback on the sportscardtracker sub.
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2023.06.07 12:50 bagelworshipper [Personal] Retinol created full-blown wrinkles under my eyes 2 months ago that haven’t gone away. I’m 22. Is plastic surgery my only hope?

I’ve been feeling extremely depressed over this. Nothing I’ve done has worked, no skincare product I’ve tried, not even just stopping retinol and ensuring I’m hydrated. What do I do? Please help.
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2023.06.07 12:49 RuinedWedding I hate myself for being so affected by a stranger who's been cyberbullying me

A couple days ago, I commented on an Instagram post. It was a fact, something about AI and my comment was totally neutral. Out of nowhere, a stranger responded to that comment saying, 'you're augly af' (yeah, they spelled ugly wrong). It was funny to me because I have a private account and my pfp is a side pose which is also super blurred.
So I found the comment funny, and I responded (I accept I shouldn't have done this) 'ugly* lol'. Then the person started responding with things like, and I quote, 'you've just proved to me you have low IQ too' and that I needed plastic surgery because 'as a woman, your face is your value and to get anywhere in life, you need a good face.'
Then the person DM'd me saying they were just giving me a reality check. Reality check? Like who asked? And its not like I claimed anywhere that I was overly pretty. Several other messages followed and I'm copypasting them here:

'I was just bored and wanted to make someone angry so I found your comment, didn’t even looked at your profile.'
'Then after I looked at your profile I was like “Damnnnn I’m so right! She needs it!”' (referring to the plastic surgery)
'It’s okay bae, I know it’s hard as a woman to deal with that! Since your looks is your value.'
'Technology has developed and now plastic surgeries can be done anywhere!'
'Create public account after you do a surgery'
'Top of your ugliness you’re stupid too, just accept the reality'
'A plastic bag on your head will do perfect job during intercourse with a man'

Blah blah blah. I know I shouldn't be affected by a person who's most likely a troll but man, does this sting. I've always been short of dysmorphic and now was the first time in my life when I had remotely started feeling a wee bit confident about my appearance. I'm no supermodel but I thought I looked decent enough? I feel like this is exactly what everyone thinks just that they don't say it to my face. Idk anymore
ETA: The pronouns on her profile say she/her
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2023.06.07 12:42 FlamboyantCursor Kanye West fans think the rapper has had 'secret plastic surgery' as they discover strange details about his appearance in new pictures

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