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Really? After the eighteenth class-action lawsuit, I'm surprised they didn't simply give up the ghost and re-launch themselves as a bathroom detergent.
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Hello everyone,

I am interested to know what are your essentials in your life, what do you need the most that you repeat purchase. For example some people might buy milk and bread once or twice a week. Some people might buy headphones or charging cables once a month because they either lose them or damage them.

Whatever it is that you repeat purchase, I am interested in knowing what it is.

Thanks
Jay
- I'm really big on watches. I buy almost everything that manufacturers like TAG come up with.
- Music from iTunes
- I buy a new wardrobe every season (the out-of-season stuff goes to charity)
- A new car every 2-3 years
- The newest Apple product, whatever it may be
- The latest blu-ray releases.
- Headphones

So, for me, most things are essential
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Coconut oil
Lip balm

Dry lips yuck
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(Original post by Profesh)
Really? After the eighteenth class-action lawsuit, I'm surprised they didn't simply give up the ghost and re-launch themselves as a bathroom detergent.
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(Original post by Cherie Amour)
Oh my god, I love online shopping as well :teeth:
Flossing, indeed.

I have And your style is so ugh :coma: You should bulk up a tad bit though :teehee:
"Bulk up"?! Being a discerning clotheshorse is quite challenging enough even without the distraction of closet chin-ups and wardrobe deadlifts to consider; just be thankful I'm no longer a 13st. hatstand—or a 9st. beanpole, for that matter.

(Although, yes, I suppose it might give a slightly more harmonious impression if some of the excess calf-muscle from my hundred-mile weekly cycle-commute could be strategically grafted onto my upper-arms.)

Oh, you've been reading my horrifying posts?
Regrettably, yes. However, believe me when I say that unlike my casual and unremitting sadism, my masochistic tendencies begin and end there.
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(Original post by Profesh)
Flossing, indeed.


"Bulk up"?! Being a discerning clotheshorse is quite challenging enough even without the distraction of closet chin-ups and wardrobe deadlifts to consider; just be thankful I'm no longer a 13st. hatstand—or a 9st. beanpole, for that matter.

(Although, yes, I suppose it might give a slightly more harmonious impression if some of the excess calf-muscle from my hundred-mile weekly cycle-commute could be strategically grafted onto my upper-arms.)


Regrettably, yes. However, believe me when I say that unlike my casual and unremitting sadism, my masochistic tendencies begin and end there.
Lol that's horrible to say it's masochism/torture to read my posts.
Are one of those items for me?

:OO that 2nd photo is rather challenging on the eyes. loool
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Lol that's horrible to say it's masochism/torture to read my posts.
And if that isn't a demonstration of sadism, I don't know what is.

Are one of those items for me?
Hah. Well, admittedly I was careful to show only those garments I feel I could afford to replace—or at the very least, misplace. Take from that what you will.

:OO that 2nd photo is rather challenging on the eyes. loool
That's putting it mildly; indeed, when my optometrist at the time remarked that "squinting doesn't help", I probably should have realised he was referring to himself.
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And if that isn't a demonstration of sadism, I don't know what is.


Hah. Well, admittedly I was careful to show only those garments I feel I could afford to replace—or at the very least, misplace. Take from that what you will.


That's putting it mildly; indeed, when my optometrist at the time remarked that "squinting doesn't help", I probably should have realised he was referring to himself.
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Gum, lip balm, and a ton of pens.
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All the alcohol- all of it
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Weekly travel pass on my oyster card and Red bull.
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Tea, Yogurt, Apples, Travelcard.
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