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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Maybe it's in the wash? :tongue: - But no, in all seriousness, Luffy doesn't really change his attire all that much throughout the series, much like the rest of the crew. The only member that does is Nami. I'm not really sure why Luffy changed his vest, but he'll revert back to the red one eventually. Of course, depending on the weather climate, he'll dress accordingly too. :yes:
    Doesn't Robin change her outfit just as much as Nami? Women have to change clothes all the time. Even amongst pirates it's a given. :tongue:

    Now that I think about it, it's a miracles that Luffy still has his hat given what he's been through. :tongue:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    why don't you jog to my house :puppyeyes:
    Because I don't want to die of exhaustion. :wtf: Thank you for the offer though. :girl:
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    zoro's blue vest :mmm:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Doesn't Robin change her outfit just as much as Nami? Women have to change clothes all the time. Even amongst pirates it's a given. :tongue:

    Now that I think about it, it's a miracles that Luffy still has his hat given what he's been through. :tongue:
    Robin doesn't change her clothing that much. Subtle changes, I suppose. Nami's outfit noticeably changes. I just checked the latest episode and Luffy is wearing the pale blue vest. I haven't really thought about it, so I can't recollect whether he has been wearing this all the time. I know he changed it briefly in the last arc, but that wasn't of his choice... Anyway, as for the hat, fortunately, unlike at the beginning of the series where it kept falling off, it now has a string attached, so it doesn't need to be on his head all the time. :tongue:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Because I don't want to die of exhaustion. :wtf: Thank you for the offer though. :girl:
    :sad:
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    Also, I've been saying 'vest' because you have, but it's actually a waistcoat. :tongue:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Everything there sounds awesome apart from the gym which is disagreeable and icky. :erm: :tongue: I much prefer to jog around London early in the morning. It's free and healthy!
    That sounds awesome :p: I've only visited London twice...once when I was really little and the other a few weeks ago (and I'm going back on friday so I can visit Kent on saturday...so excited!) I really enjoyed it ; I figure it'd be a nice place to jog...I liked what I saw...don't think I'd ever want to live in a city though I used to jog in the lanes around my house...even healthier :p: but my physio says I should stop for a while so the gym it is personally I like it... but I avoid the personal trainers...I'm not big social excersise unless it involves full contact of some sort :lol:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Also, I've been saying 'vest' because you have, but it's actually a waistcoat. :tongue:
    Technicalities. :tongue:
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    (Original post by skipp)
    That sounds awesome :p: I've only visited London twice...once when I was really little and the other a few weeks ago (and I'm going back on friday so I can visit Kent on saturday...so excited!) I really enjoyed it ; I figure it'd be a nice place to jog...I liked what I saw...don't think I'd ever want to live in a city though I used to jog in the lanes around my house...even healthier :p: but my physio says I should stop for a while so the gym it is personally I like it... but I avoid the personal trainers...I'm not big social excersise unless it involves full contact of some sort :lol:
    My specialist says I should quit my job.

    I ignore him
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    I'm going to miss London, I absolutely love this city. It's given me plenty of good experiences. I can't believe it's been eight years already. Time flies. :o:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Technicalities. :tongue:
    Oh yeah, you're slightly ahead of Momo-chan/Maestro because he hasn't been watching One Piece due to freshers week/university. He hasn't reached the Skypiea arc yet. You're behind Cara and JWH, though. The latter of which is at the beginning of the Thriller Bark arc. :yes:
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    (Original post by skipp)
    That sounds awesome :p: I've only visited London twice...once when I was really little and the other a few weeks ago (and I'm going back on friday so I can visit Kent on saturday...so excited!) I really enjoyed it ; I figure it'd be a nice place to jog...I liked what I saw...don't think I'd ever want to live in a city though I used to jog in the lanes around my house...even healthier :p: but my physio says I should stop for a while so the gym it is personally I like it... but I avoid the personal trainers...I'm not big social excersise unless it involves full contact of some sort :lol:
    Yes, London's uite a nice place to live in. :yes: In terms of jogging it's quite dismal round my area though. It's nice in the early hours of the morning when the chavs are still recovering from their night of texting and park loitering but even then there's little location to choose... i've now decided on Hyde Park as my jogging area. :cute: It's beautiful. Have you ever been? I prefer it to all the other major London parks. :yes: Regents Park is quite nice in the summer/spring though. :yes: That's why I'd love to live a peaceful location in Japan near the outskirts of the city so I can jog every day pass trees and wide open field when i'm older. :moon: One can dream...

    Oh? Full contact? Like Kickboxing/Taekwondo/any martial arts? :teeth:



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    (Original post by Matisse)
    I'm going to miss London, I absolutely love this city. It's given me plenty of good experiences. I can't believe it's been eight years already. Time flies. :o:
    visit somew places that arnt london :huff:
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    visit somew places that arnt london :huff:
    I have, I went to Bath recently when my family visited. :smile:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    I'm going to miss London, I absolutely love this city. It's given me plenty of good experiences. I can't believe it's been eight years already. Time flies. :o:
    And London will miss you. :yes: :cry:

    (Original post by Matisse)
    Oh yeah, you're slightly ahead of Momo-chan/Maestro because he hasn't been watching One Piece due to freshers week/university. He hasn't reached the Skypiea arc yet. You're behind Cara and JWH, though. The latter of which is at the beginning of the Thriller Bark arc. :yes:
    Good to know. :tongue: I'm getting there slowly. What am I? Around... A month over my initial deadline? :tongue:
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    (Original post by vin)
    visit somew places that arnt london :huff:
    You mean like Birmingham where the fabled anime meet happened? :teeth:
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    I've had to put One Piece on the backburner this week due to the start of the new season :sad: I'm itching to get back to it though - I'm nearly finished the Enies Lobby arc!
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    (Original post by skipp)
    Ye I agree...maybe I should bake a cake tomorrow? (Damn you vin...now I have cake cravings....one bakewell is never enough...the sugar...)
    Yum. Do it
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    I have, I went to Bath recently when my family visited. :smile:
    :curious: oh wow
    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    You mean like Birmingham where the fabled anime meet happened? :teeth:
    :hmpf:
 
 
 
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