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ya i tried on two pairs of the drkshdw. the waxed looked great but the regular ones were pretty mediocre. theres a pir in the s/s collection that has me beasting though. ill wait til i can try em on before i fellate (geller concept).

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i've never seen anyone wearing drkshdw jeans before

aren't they hit or miss? i dunno

acne hex and max are all i need in life

for some reason acne dont fit me for shit.

i dont know whats not working but it sucks

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seems like CPs are startin to pop everywhere out here

is there even a shop carrying CP here?

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ya

and you save money buying them in nyc/proxying them than copping them here

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Heading over this weekend and was wondering which lounges/bars to hit up right now. On my list currently are Tokyo Bar and Opera.

Also, any lunch recommendations?

Thanks!

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Heading over this weekend and was wondering which lounges/bars to hit up right now. On my list currently are Tokyo Bar and Opera.

Also, any lunch recommendations?

Thanks!

Opera is beyond crap

Tokyo is hit or miss (ok i admit i use to go often), nice rooftop bar, but music is usually crappy (really miss those tuesday Circa hip-hop night). Plus the smaller bar use to have the coolest set up, but it's pretty boring since they renovated

as you probably know, best spot for clubs are st-laurent between Pine and Sherbrooke and old montreal (generally slightly older crowd, less mcgill hipsters, more expensive) and the Mile End

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Opera is beyond crap

Tokyo is hit or miss (ok i admit i use to go often), nice rooftop bar, but music is usually crappy (really miss those tuesday Circa hip-hop night). Plus the smaller bar use to have the coolest set up, but it's pretty boring since they renovated

as you probably know, best spot for clubs are st-laurent between Pine and Sherbrooke and old montreal (generally slightly older crowd, less mcgill hipsters, more expensive) and the Mile End

Thanks Kasper. Do you have any specific recommendations for those areas you mentioned? Not too familiar with the area actually.

Thanks!

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Thanks Kasper. Do you have any specific recommendations for those areas you mentioned? Not too familiar with the area actually.

Thanks!

Old Montreal:

Garde-Mangez: one of my favourite, but eating w/o a reservation won't be possible

Suite 701: Killer rooftop patio, perfect from pre-drinks

Holel Nelligan: same as Suite 701

Business Lounge: cool lounge, food is good, but as expected a little overpriced. Mtl Canadiens players are there all the time

Cherry: only been only and was pretty hammered, but looked like the kind of club i liked

Tribe: don't like the place, but is very popular, interior is wack (i think) and Paris Hilton has had parties there

Time: not really old montreal, but close enough. music is generally good, probably "most expensive" place in mtl, love the set-up. may have to give quite a generous tip to get a table if it's full. it's a supper club concept and the food is decent if you want to eat there

St-Laurent

Bueno Notto, Globe, etc: food / club concept, used to be quite the "it" place. crowd is really wack, music crappy, but if you want to go where everyone wants to go...

there's like a millions clubs in a 2 block radius so just walk around and pick. like i said before, crowd is young (thnk mostly uni students)

Miles End

Miles End: used to go there all the time, but haven't been in at least a year and a half. don't be fooled by the downstairs bar, you have to take the stairs and go up to go the the club

anyway, have to go on a conf. call and i don't think i'll be able to give more suggestions today, but feel free to google a bit or pick-up a nightlife magazine when in town. have fun and enjoy

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ill be in mtl this weekend with some friends..

any recommendations on casual fine dining concepts (<$30 mains)

holla

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Hey homi I went to pintxo for some mini tapas last time I was in MTL. Recommend their black bass and beef check. Duck was meh.

Also went to O'Noir (restaurant where you eat in the pitch black) which was a trip.

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come eat one of my sandwiches like all them ballers do.

pm herpsky for details...

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I'll be visiting for the first time with a few friends in the middle of June.. can anyone recommend hotels to check out? Looking to spend less than $180 USD a night for Fri, Sat.

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jean talon sausages b the bomb.

we also had some belgian waffles with capuccino FTW

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heading to mtl

i dont know what my plans are

but hanging out with my indian du

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a bunch of us are going out to see a film (korean though D: ) tonight and then drinks and whatnot I guess.

I'll be at work too this weekend so you can catch me there too.

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send me a quick msg if you end up doing something. i will probably have passed out by then (worked over 400 hours in the last month...), but we never know...

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hey all,

im moving to montreal in a few weeks. trying to find a place to live. what areas would you recommend? how is griffintown? any advice would help thanks.

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hey all,

im moving to montreal in a few weeks. trying to find a place to live. what areas would you recommend? how is griffintown? any advice would help thanks.

McGill Ghetto is nice. There's everything you need around, it's right next to downtown, kinda safe and cheap rents.

It's like, you close to St-Denis, St-Laurent, Ste-Cath, etc. Really a great location for students that don't need a top apartment.

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best dance clubs to pick up girls at in montreal? 20s-30s crowd.

cafe campus and foufounes

just kidding. that's if you wanna pick up super young girls.

do i know you?

there are only a few hipsters in burlington and they all work for burton

are you one of them?

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im one of the tarck bike gays

pretty easy to spot. my bike looks pretty ridiculous.

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