Which member had the best exit on GAF Or: A Very Happy GAF History Lesson

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IamMattFox said:
I think I remember watching it. If it had a bench press involved, I definitely remember it.

Possibly a montage?
that is the one sir :D

of course i intentionally played up my slobbiness in the video since that was the point but still it would be hilarious to GAFers
 
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-Eddman- said:
Damn, it's weird to say this, but I would like to use some of your experiences as motivation to gain weight. I'm in the opposite side, I'm way too skinny for my own good but I can't find the time/motivation to eat 5 or 6 times a day and go to the gym.

I would like to see some "I was a bonesack but then I got ripped" stories :)
Protein :p
 
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-Eddman- said:
Damn, it's weird to say this, but I would like to use some of your experiences as motivation to gain weight. I'm in the opposite side, I'm way too skinny for my own good but I can't find the time/motivation to eat 5 or 6 times a day and go to the gym.

I would like to see some "I was a bonesack but then I got ripped" stories :)
I know a guy like this. Is lean and ripped but has to eat unbelievable amounts of food a day. Seriously drinks a gallon of whole milk in a single day.
 
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I haven't had posting privileges for very long here, and I've only lurked for about 4 years on and off. I mostly stick to gaming side for some strange reason. I'm only about a quarter of the way through this thread but I have to say - I feel kind of sad that I've missed out on so much here at GAF.

I'd like to think I have Internet-learned a little something today. I have a couple of goals in my time here:

1. Not ignore OT anymore, because it is where the magic happens.

2. Not do/say anything too, too... too stupid.

God help me.
 
xbhaskarx said:
Fuck that guy, I got my tag defending his game, then I actually played it and it sucked...
I'm disappointed now. I always assumed it was for something much more elaborate.


Also, wow at drinking a gallon of milk a day. Don't get me wrong, I only drink milk and water, but I don't think I could handle a gallon a day, regardless of my activity levels.


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IndieJones said:
I'd like to think I have Internet-learned a little something today. I have a couple of goals in my time here:

1. Not ignore OT anymore, because it is where the magic happens.

2. Not do/say anything too, too... too stupid.

God help me.
Best strategy is read/post on both sides, for sure. I was strictly gaming when I started lurking, but once I finally decided to give OT a look it won me over.

Saying stupid stuff is mandatory unless you're shocking alberto. He's incapable of saying stupid things.
 
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Nelo Ice said:
so since this is kinda OT as it is what exactly is or was ur diet for the guys who lost weight?

been doing p90x for 2 weeks(currently on 3rd) and have tried to eat better like the usual cut out soda processed foods fast foods etc etc but since i cant cook for shit i keep avoiding anything that needs to be cooked besides w/e my sister makes for dinner lol

also im in the skinny fat mold at 5'6 and 134 lbs last i checked(which was last year lol) id wager i maybe went up a few lbs but since my metablisms weird i never really get fat besides having a gut im currently trying to get rid of

besides the gut though im seeing improvements all around thanks to p90x
I'm 5'7" and 160lbs. I don't see how you find 5'6" and 134lbs as fat
 
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IndieJones said:
I haven't had posting privileges for very long here, and I've only lurked for about 4 years on and off. I mostly stick to gaming side for some strange reason. I'm only about a quarter of the way through this thread but I have to say - I feel kind of sad that I've missed out on so much here at GAF.

I'd like to think I have Internet-learned a little something today. I have a couple of goals in my time here:

1. Not ignore OT anymore, because it is where the magic happens.

2. Not do/say anything too, too... too stupid.

God help me.
Plenty of magic happens on Gaming too. The most recent thread on the NeoGAF Archive is from Gaming.
 
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Wellington said:
300? wtf. That's insane, we have the same body type.

I met big Amirox back in the day.

I went from 185 to a current 230.

Big thread I'll have to go back through it at some point. What's the IRC server again? I lost it when I formatted recently. :| Was thinking the other day how much I miss #ga
If you put that on as muscle, that'd be pretty scary with your frame, CK.
 
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EviLore said:
Lift heavy (squats and deads are required) and add a gallon of milk per day to your existing diet.
I went a mix of protein + milk with heavy lifts and managed to gain some solid muscle milk. Course I've pretty much lost it all now since I haven't been to the gym in too long, heh. So I'm at the same weight as my peak but sorta saggier. It's not cool, and I feel fairly out of shape in general; but hey, summer time is a good point to get back in the swing of things. :p
 
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Air Zombie Meat said:
re: huelen, I just remembered the thumb incident:

http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=362559

I remember it had me cracking up, poor guy wanted to enthuse about the nyko wiimote but the thread was just derailed by people insulting his weird looking thumb. Piano fingers :lol
Yeah, it really did annoy me how the rest of the posters always mocked him. NeoGAF can be very cruel a lot of times.
 
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EviLore said:
Lift heavy (squats and deads are required) and add a gallon of milk per day to your existing diet.
Dammmmn.

I mean, yeah, you'll gain weight, if you can keep in down. I can't handle dairy personally, but I'd specify skim just in case someone tries that


Cyan said:
Shit dawg, you must be a twig! I'm 6'1" and 165-170, and I can see my damn ribs.
I'm pretty thin, not to the point where I look unusual though. I have trouble digesting a lot of foods (gluten, dairy, soy, corn) so if I eat poorly I get sick
 

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Sweet are we bitching about weight cause I can get down with that.

2 years ago I was 180 without an ounce of fat on me.
Now I'm 29 years old, 220 pounds, and lazy as fuck. I really need to get back into landscaping daily like I used to.
Although for whatever reason I seem to find girls find me more attractive with a little weight on me. 200 seems to be the sweet spot.

Quitting smoking did the most damage. I gained 30 pounds immediately afterwards. I started smoking black and milds 4 months later and dropped 10 pounds immediately.
 

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EviLore said:
Lift heavy (squats and deads are required) and add a gallon of milk per day to your existing diet.
A gallon per day seems like... a lot.
jakncoke said:
I tried to stop, made it to 27 hours and went back. I might attempt sometime again. Dunno.
It's definitely something you should try and pick up again.
 
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siddx said:
Sweet are we bitching about weight cause I can get down with that.

2 years ago I was 180 without an ounce of fat on me.
Now I'm 29 years old, 220 pounds, and lazy as fuck. I really need to get back into landscaping daily like I used to.
Although for whatever reason I seem to find girls find me more attractive with a little weight on me. 200 seems to be the sweet spot.

You know when I started gaining the weight it was appalling. I only found out a couple of months ago that I suffered from hypothyroidism and that it was the reason I found it exceedingly difficult to lose the weight regardless of changes, so be careful when you notice a huge weight change.
 

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I'm 5'11 and at about 184 right now. Used to be 220 at my worst, ugh I hate it.

Now I go about 4 days a week to the gym...

Oh and also November 9th fo' laif.
 
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spiderman123 said:
You know when I started gaining the weight it was appalling. I only found out a couple of months ago that I suffered from hypothyroidism and that it was the reason I found it exceedingly difficult to lose the weight regardless of changes, so be careful when you notice a huge weight change.
Well if you were formerly landscaping or whatnot and start living a more sedentary lifestyle, nearing your 30s, you can see those pounds pile on relatively quickly. It's only due to the fact that I still try to eat well despite lack of exercise that it hasn't happened to me.
 

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If you're struggling to cut out soda or other caloric drinks...



Get some tasty unsweetened green tea, like the Ito En Oi Ocha above.
 
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Devolution said:
I have the opposite problem of most people, my metabolism is so fast I have to work to keep weight on. Drinking coffee and soda makes it worse too lol.
HATE YOU
just kidding!


EviLore said:
If you're struggling to cut out soda or other caloric drinks...



Get some tasty unsweetened green tea, like the Ito En Oi Ocha above.
I drink the diet Arizona stuff by the jug, which is sweetened with Splenda. Dunno if that "artifical sweeteners trick your body" thing is really a concern or not.

If the alternative is to order imported Japanese drinks from Amazon, then even I'd get off my ass and just brew it myself.
 
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Trojita said:
You serious? :lol
I have been busy with school, so I have not been able to frequent the forums as before. Although I wish I could create topics on some cool music and on the gaming side. *sigh*

@Evilore, what would you recommend for someone living in US? Is Snapple's green tea any good?
 
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Zeliard said:
Well if you were formerly landscaping or whatnot and start living a more sedentary lifestyle, nearing your 30s, you can see those pounds pile on relatively quickly. It's only due to the fact that I still try to eat well despite lack of exercise that it hasn't happened to me.

My sister is 29 and she won a fitness/bodybuilding competition in Ontario recently. I feel emasculated.
 
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I love green tea, but it took me some time to get used to drinking it cold. Still prefer hot any time possible


Zapages said:
I have been busy with school, so I have not been able to frequent the forums as before. Although I wish I could create topics on some cool music and on the gaming side. *sigh*

@Evilore, what would you recommend for someone living in US? Is Snapple's green tea any good?
You can find that stuff in the US, notice the Amazon text
http://www.amazon.com/Ito-En-Japanese-16-9-Ounce-Bottles/dp/B0017T2MWW
 
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