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#21
earning money
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#22
I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.
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#23
(09-28-2019, 04:14 PM)Agrippa Wrote: I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.

I'm a year into an Invisalign treatment and I don't believe it hurt me with girls. On dates they usually don't notice them, and even if they do, I doubt they care. I actually pointed them out a few times, and usually the girl will say something about her own teeth being crooked, or how they used to be. No issue with kissing either. 
If you're really self conscious you can just take them out beforehand.
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#24
(09-28-2019, 07:31 PM)Tribunus Wrote:
(09-28-2019, 04:14 PM)Agrippa Wrote: I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.

I'm a year into an Invisalign treatment and I don't believe it hurt me with girls. On dates they usually don't notice them, and even if they do, I doubt they care. I actually pointed them out a few times, and usually the girl will say something about her own teeth being crooked, or how they used to be. No issue with kissing either. 
If you're really self conscious you can just take them out beforehand.

Ya she didn't notice or at least didn't say anything.
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#25
(09-28-2019, 04:14 PM)Agrippa Wrote: I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.

I’ve been wearing Invisalign for more than a year. The first 8 months, I had the aligners with attachments and some girls def noticed but it wasn’t a deal breaker at all. Now, I don’t have the attachments anymore and no one has ever noticed I’m wearing them. 

I drink coffee, red/white wine, g&t/w&c with my aligners on and it’s fine. I don’t drink beer when I’m wearing them because I noticed I easily get beer breath — especially beer + cig is a really bad combo lol. I def don’t recommend drinking powdery, sugary drinks, smoothies etc. I remember drinking this pre-workout drink one time and that shit got stained bad. I obviously take them out when eating.

And yeah, you can just take them out before your date. Recommended wear time is like 22hrs/day but my dentist told me 20hrs is fine. Just go to the restroom and put them back on or when you bounce back to your place. That’s what I usually do.
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#26
I've recently switched a few things around in life that has resulted in having 2 days a week when I walk a mile and a half to and from work (so adds up to 6 extra miles walked/week).

Since I work a desk job I've always been committed to doing a workout 4-6 days/week, and have generally stayed in pretty good shape. However, in the past year I built up a bit of a dad gut that I've struggled to get rid of.

1 month into the walking, I've lost 8lbs, stomach is flattening out, and all of my lifts have been stable or even gone up slightly. Sometimes just gotta get back to the basics!
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#27
Started a workout routine

Got a new job where a bunch of fine hynas work (still waiting on final hiring process but should be in the bag)

Started going to open mic nights to work up the courage to do stand up. Want to get good at it. Minor citywide fame couldn't hurt pussy getting abilities.
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#28
(09-30-2019, 06:42 PM)flipguy Wrote:
(09-28-2019, 04:14 PM)Agrippa Wrote: I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.

I’ve been wearing Invisalign for more than a year. The first 8 months, I had the aligners with attachments and some girls def noticed but it wasn’t a deal breaker at all. Now, I don’t have the attachments anymore and no one has ever noticed I’m wearing them. 

I drink coffee, red/white wine, g&t/w&c with my aligners on and it’s fine. I don’t drink beer when I’m wearing them because I noticed I easily get beer breath — especially beer + cig is a really bad combo lol. I def don’t recommend drinking powdery, sugary drinks, smoothies etc. I remember drinking this pre-workout drink one time and that shit got stained bad. I obviously take them out when eating.

And yeah, you can just take them out before your date. Recommended wear time is like 22hrs/day but my dentist told me 20hrs is fine. Just go to the restroom and put them back on or when you bounce back to your place. That’s what I usually do.

Are they making obvious improvements? What are the attachments for -- overbite? I may get Invisalign myself.
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#29
Preparing documents for my China entry visa application submission appointment tomorrow. If I get this visa, then in two weeks I'll be back in China and beginning work at the best paying job of my life.
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#30
-Building up my business.
-Yoga (increases my flexibility, makes me less likely to get injured- less likely to have to take time off from normal activities)
-Intermittent fasting
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#31
(10-23-2019, 08:03 PM)WombRaider Wrote:
(09-30-2019, 06:42 PM)flipguy Wrote:
(09-28-2019, 04:14 PM)Agrippa Wrote: I started invisalign last week to fix my teeth. Since I'm supposed to take them out whenever I eat or drink, it's going to also help me cut out the snacking and unnecessary drinking. I've already dropped 5lbs in the past week. The next 8 months are going to be focussed on diet/gym and growing my business.

Have a second date this evening with a girl I went out with just before I got the aligners. We will see how this will affect my ability to game over the next 8 months.

I’ve been wearing Invisalign for more than a year. The first 8 months, I had the aligners with attachments and some girls def noticed but it wasn’t a deal breaker at all. Now, I don’t have the attachments anymore and no one has ever noticed I’m wearing them. 

I drink coffee, red/white wine, g&t/w&c with my aligners on and it’s fine. I don’t drink beer when I’m wearing them because I noticed I easily get beer breath — especially beer + cig is a really bad combo lol. I def don’t recommend drinking powdery, sugary drinks, smoothies etc. I remember drinking this pre-workout drink one time and that shit got stained bad. I obviously take them out when eating.

And yeah, you can just take them out before your date. Recommended wear time is like 22hrs/day but my dentist told me 20hrs is fine. Just go to the restroom and put them back on or when you bounce back to your place. That’s what I usually do.

Are they making obvious improvements? What are the attachments for -- overbite? I may get Invisalign myself.

I have attachments as well. The attachments are these little blobs that are bonded onto some teeth to help the aligners move your teeth.

I've had them on for a little over a month now. I've been on dates with 5 different women in that time and only 2 have even noticed them.

The first one only noticed them on the second date. I had her over to my place for dinner. I snuck off to the bathroom to take them off before we ate and then brushed my teeth after. She only found out when we started fooling around and noticed that I brushed my teeth. I showed them to her. Still got the bang.

Then last night I was on a first date and invited her upstairs to warm up by my electric fireplace (it was a cold, rainy night and her place was a 5 minute walk beyond my place). She was an aggressive kisser and banged her teeth against my aligners. She asked if there was something in my mouth so I told her I was doing Invisalign. I wasn't able to overcome some LMR but I should be able to get the bang next time. 

I agree with flipguy that it's not a dealbreaker at all. I now wish I had gotten them sooner as it's not affecting my ability to game and I'm gonna come out of this with better teeth than I had before. Highly recommend to anyone considering it.
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#32
Apart from giving up drinking, and smoking and carousing, I am on kind of a diet. I try to eat twice a day and kick out all sugar, other than my coffee sugar.

it's a mixed bag, but I need to get to the gym, as of lately have been burdened with work. But that's helping me a lot because I'm climbing the dominance hierarchy in the workplace and getting confident in my abilities, which is starting to show in every way.

Paradoxically though, to get pussy, I'm in monk mode... Strapping down to prepare for some jaunts across the US.
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#33
Went to the Ortho Thursday to get my Invisalign xrays. Then headed to a specialist to get some other stuff taken care of. Decided to fix my bike's gears since the front sprocket would not shift, so now I can ride it more often. Updated my resume since I'm about to get laid off, decided on some trips where I can look at new stuff.

Edit: In my case, my teeth are so fucked up that if I mention that I have aligners my "SMV" will go up.
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#34
(10-28-2019, 02:13 AM)Cattle Rustler Wrote: Went  to the Ortho Thursday to get my Invisalign xrays. Then headed to a specialist to get some other stuff taken care of. Decided to fix my bike's gears since the front sprocket would not shift, so now I can ride it more often. Updated my resume since I'm about to get laid off, decided on some trips where I can look at new stuff.

Edit: In my case, my teeth are so fucked up that if I mention that I have aligners my "SMV" will go up.

I thought Invisalign was only for milder cases?

Can I ask how old you are?

I'm thinking about checking out Invisalign. It's weird because I'm in my 40s, but braces would be even weirder I think. Might be OK if they were the white or clear ceramic ones.
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#35
I did my first standup routine. It went alright!

I'm definitely less scared talking to a large group of people now. But it's a lot more of a thing when you don't have the control of the mic. Great experience will do again.
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#36
Went for orthodontic consultation today. He said he "could" do Invisalign but would not recommend it, because it would take a long time and be harder to get optimal results. He can do clear braces on top and metal on bottom. That might be tolerable. I'm in my 40s and not too excited about the braces look.

I have a weak chin and would like to have jaw surgery along with the orthodontics, so I might check with a surgeon. However, the surgery would be very expensive ($30,000, not covered by insurance) and a lot of trouble, so it's unlikely I'll get it. Might grow a beard instead.
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#37
Shocked 
44yrs old..frequent traveler to Indo/phils  

Intermittent fasting and Keto/low carb diet.

Will start to throw around weights with cardio. Used to lift for years..let my body go.... Huh

Im a handsome guy with 30+lbs of fat around my waist.  

p.s. I'm an owner/operator truck driver so I cant eat cheat foods often.
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#38
(11-07-2019, 06:40 PM)Montanaland Wrote: 44yrs old..frequent traveler to Indo/phils  

We are similar in age. How receptive do you find the girls in those countries are to guys our age?
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#39
(10-31-2019, 05:13 PM)WombRaider Wrote:
(10-28-2019, 02:13 AM)Cattle Rustler Wrote: Went  to the Ortho Thursday to get my Invisalign xrays. Then headed to a specialist to get some other stuff taken care of. Decided to fix my bike's gears since the front sprocket would not shift, so now I can ride it more often. Updated my resume since I'm about to get laid off, decided on some trips where I can look at new stuff.

Edit: In my case, my teeth are so fucked up that if I mention that I have aligners my "SMV" will go up.

I thought Invisalign was only for milder cases?

Can I ask how old you are?

I'm thinking about checking out Invisalign. It's weird because I'm in my 40s, but braces would be even weirder I think. Might be OK if they were the white or clear ceramic ones.

It depends on the skill lever of your ortho. Personally, I had braces before so some teeth were decalcified and another set of braces would remove more calcium and make them weaker. Also, I have a bridge which made regular braces more difficult because he wanted the bridge to stay intact. Those two were his main points. In my case, regular braces would have been $500 more expensive. He charged $6500. Not cheap but he's the best in my city; figured I might as well pick the best since I didn't take care of them and don't want an average ortho to fuck them up even more by not doing his best.
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#40
I'm looking at $6,600 for braces (clear on top, metal on bottom) or the same price for Invisalign. But likely Invisalign will take longer and produce less "perfect" results. Now I plan to talk with an oral surgeon to see if maybe jaw surgery should be part of the treatment. Surgery seems like the "right" way to do it because my problems begin with less-than-ideal jaw. But it's a hell of a lot more expense and hassle.

Best of luck with the Invisalign.
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