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First Things First I'm The Realist
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2.5 swap. Hurry up and buy.

Mustang won’t start. I think the battery is actually dead dead. It’s 5 years old and rarely driven. The trickle charger never stood a chance. But I did actually jack it up. Basically project complete.

 

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An interesting thing to notice but once in a while I’ll hang up a wet raincoat in the garage. Plastic works best for wet things. I assume all of your hangers are made of the finest cedar and/or wool.
 

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An interesting thing to notice but once in a while I’ll hang up a wet raincoat in the garage. Plastic works best for wet things. I assume all of your hangers are made of the finest cedar and/or wool.
Rich mahogany for sure
 

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I have all the correct opinions.
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Yes, actually. They’re all solid wood with a dark stain. Every hanger in the house is the same.
 

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I’m having PTSD. We just went through the hanger debate of 2021. Kristen bought all these velvet hangers and I hate them. I’m a wire hanger guy. Always have been. Velvet are actually nice for dress pants but I usually grab clothes while brushing my teeth using a single hand. Velvet hangers don’t allow you to haphazardly grab a shirt. I raged. My wire hangers returned. We now only have a couple different hangers in the house but she wanted 100% velvet.

Shudders.

Edit: wood seems like a waste of space. I hang up a lot of shirts including t shirts I wear out (not under shirts). I need that closet real estate.
 

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oh, velvet / flocked are the worst. i’d rather plastic. you shouldn’t hang tshirts or any other woven shirt.
 

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Hanging is more convenient than folding in a way that doesn’t look like a wrinkly hobo every time I go out. I have a lot of t shirts.
 

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My wife uses the velvet ones. I also hate them except for a handful of very specific articles of clothing. I use plastic for my button downs and polos.
 

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Velvet hangers sound like hell.

2.5 swap. Hurry up and buy.
Correct answer. I was hoping to do that this winter but I'm allergic to work and NCs kinda suck to work on.

I assume all of your hangers are made of the finest cedar and/or wool.
Ded.
Hanging is more convenient than folding in a way that doesn’t look like a wrinkly hobo every time I go out. I have a lot of t shirts.
Are you telling me there's alternatives to wadding up your t-shirts and kobe-ing them onto a shelf in the closet?
 

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Took over 200 photos between my son's game and the other game going on at the same time this morning. Still sorting through pics. My boy backstopped his team to a 5-5 tie.

A couple moments I was glad I was able to snap:

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