The Picture Thread

  • #21
    AFD - you look good in purple. :P
    Smiling is infectious.
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  • #22
    So here's the difference in me after losing 30 lbs. You guys can make a direct comparison (I am still losing weight).

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  • #23
    Quote from "Krow" »
    So here's the difference in me after losing 30 lbs. You guys can make a direct comparison (I am still losing weight).


    Wish I could lose a little weight :P


    Here's me a few months back, I hadn't shaved in a while.

  • #24
    LOL, I just turned 14 so I still have the privilege of shaving just once a week :D

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  • #25
    Quote from "Krow" »
    So here's the difference in me after losing 30 lbs. You guys can make a direct comparison (I am still losing weight).



    Good job, guy.
  • #26
    Quote from "Daemaro" »
    Wish I could lose a little weight :P


    Here's me a few months back, I hadn't shaved in a while.




    you look disappointed that d3 is so far away from being released :(

    *btw krow how the hell did you loose so much weight?
  • #27
    Quote from "Num3n" »
    *btw krow how the hell did you loose so much weight?


    Probably my age, you just start growing differently, and when you combine that with hiking up to 25 miles a day for a few weeks, it's hard not to lose weight. Earlier on I had began to run, so I lost like 20 lbs from that (and thank God I started to run, the mile would have been hell for me).

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  • #28
    Quote from "Krow" »
    Probably my age, you just start growing differently, and when you combine that with hiking up to 25 miles a day for a few weeks, it's hard not to lose weight. Earlier on I had began to run, so I lost like 20 lbs from that (and thank God I started to run, the mile would have been hell for me).

    Actually, there's a lot of research indicating that training doesn't cause any weight-loss (it's offset by the increased need for energy, which makes you eat more), despite what fitness trainers, physicians or dietists for that matter.

    Id wager it's either because of your age and growth, or you changed you diet without really thinking about it.
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  • #29
    Quote from "PhrozenDragon" »
    Actually, there's a lot of research indicating that training doesn't cause any weight-loss (it's offset by the increased need for energy, which makes you eat more), despite what fitness trainers, physicians or dietists for that matter.

    Id wager it's either because of your age and growth, or you changed you diet without really thinking about it.


    Well, I did lose around 10-15 pounds around that time, which by the way was in Poland (less heavy food there). Earlier on though, I lost most my weight in America, so I'm not really sure. Most probably the age, but really? You don't lose weight from running or hiking? :o

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  • #30
    Quote from "Krow" »
    Well, I did lose around 10-15 pounds around that time, which by the way was in Poland (less heavy food there). Earlier on though, I lost most my weight in America, so I'm not really sure. Most probably the age, but really? You don't lose weight from running or hiking? :o

    See, the traditional view on this is that if calories in<calories out, you loose weight. By this logic, training is excellent, because you burn calories, and not eating is also great, because you get less calories you have to spend (which is where all these ridiculous ideas that you can live on a few grams of salad come from).

    However they do not take into account the fact that the body is a dynamic machine which adjusts to changes in your diet accordingly. If you move a lot, the body will tell you to eat more, which compensates for the lost calories, just as it will try to preserve as much energy as possibly if you do not eat at all. neither works unless you take it to the extreme, such as moving way to much while not getting any energy, or starving yourself slim. Both would be uneffective in the long run, and would leave your body damage.

    The real thing to do is think of your diet.
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  • #31
    Phrozen, show us yer face!
  • #32
    No!!!

    *Flees into the darkess recesses of Dfans*
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  • #33
    Quote from "Siaynoq" »
    Phrozen, show us yer face!


    How abrupt.

    And Phrozen, you're a 6'5 Swede, how much more badass can you be?

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  • #34
    And Phrozen, you're a 6'5 Swede, how much more badass can you be?
    Pretty much the epitomy of Badassness rightthere..

    Although this guy is pretty Badass.


    Valhallen. the Viking God of Rock. Complete with golden hair, high octave vocal cords for those really awesome "AAAAAHHHHH's" and his mighty Axe.

    or maybe this guy




    But that's enough drawings, time for a picture of me.

    Ok so I've already uploadedthis pic, but my stupid phone wouldn't upload the the one of me in my Michigan State University hoodie. I'll try upload it sometime though.
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  • #35
    Quote from name="Elfen Lied" »
    Pretty much the epitomy of Badassness rightthere..

    Although this guy is pretty Badass.


    Valhallen. the Viking God of Rock. Complete with golden hair, high octave vocal cords for those really awesome "AAAAAHHHHH's" and his mighty Axe.

    or maybe this guy




    But that's enough drawings, time for a picture of me.

    Ok so I've already uploadedthis pic, but my stupid phone wouldn't upload the the one of me in my Michigan State University hoodie. I'll try upload it sometime though.
    '

    ma dude learn to cop a smile once in a while lol
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  • #36
    I posted those images as they are of Valhallen (who is loosely based on Thor) and Thor, both of whom are Scandinavian. Sweden is in Scandinavia. We were talking about how Phrozendragon is a Swede.

    You quoted my entire post, then refer to not even a single part of it. Quite spamalicious if you ask me.

    I said I had already posted that image. I didn't smile then. Big whoop. I am not a fan of forced or fake smiling. It seems unnatural, and awkward. Especially when it leans to far to the cheesy smile side of things.
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  • #37
    My new toys. Got them at a local Night Market...

    (Sorry as always for the crappy phone-camera quality)


  • #38
    Those are sick Jet!

    Here's me from a few days ago.

    Edit:




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  • #40
    Those who have been here for a few years know I hardly ever ave pics with me on em, and much less post them on here :P So enjoy, will be a bit before new ones come ;)


    Dunno what I was doing but it musta been serious... I went NOM NOM NOM on the mic ^_^


    Some may remember the pics of my room a while back. Well I cleaned up, its actually pretty damn cozy. If I could, I'd change my mailing address from the house to that speecific chair :D Thanks to all those who offered to send me trashbags etc, but I got it done without any donations :D


    Good old days... my employer won't let me do mowhawks, unnatural colors or shaved symbols like I used to have though, or I'd stop being so damn conservative... :confused:
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