Wednesday, March 31, 2010

It Would Be So Nice

Leopard Print Cardigan - Harve Benard, Sears ($5!)
White V-neck Tee - Old Navy ($3!)
Black Jeggings - Jolt, Nordstrom Rack ($7!)
Cream Perforated Suede Oxfords - Deena & Ozzy, Urban Outfitters

So I was exceptionally indulgent today and did absolutely nothing. That's right, I took a day off from my various jobs and decided to just relax and recover from a pretty busy week/weekend. I woke up at the crack of 9:45 am (unheard of, for me) and then headed to a morning Pilates class. I realize that most wouldn't consider going to the gym on a day off as something good, but it was a treat for me since I typically have to take my classes in the night, after a long day of work. I came home, showered and then just lazed about until the afternoon when I finally had to get dressed in proper clothes in order to pick up my nephew and cousin from school.
Sure, I probably could have gone to pick them up in my pajamas (the school is only 5 blocks away), but I decided to spare them the embarrassment. And it gave me a chance to wear two recent purchases: my leopard cardigan and black jeggings. I love cardigans, so I'll pretty much buy any one if it's cheap and/or has an interesting design. This one had both going for it. And I have wholeheartedly embraced the "jegging" trend because they are so comfy, so when I found these pants marked down 75% at Nordstrom Rack (from $25) I had to buy them. You will surely see more of them in the future.

Nevertheless, if I'm being honest, I am currently back in pajamas and contemplating an afternoon nap. Don't judge me, for I'll be back to the old grind come tomorrow. Let me just enjoy this while it lasts.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Just Like Glitter Mixed With Rock and Roll

Black Satin Dress - ABS, Ross
Black Glitter Clutch - Thrifted years ago
Black Platform Pumps - Attention, Kmart

Two posts in one day? I know, I'm becoming a bit obsessive, but tonight's outfit was so much different than what I wore earlier so I couldn't help but do another post. Tonight was sort of an important night for my family, so I had to get a little dressed up.

This dress has an interesting back story. Initially, I bought it to wear to my friend K's wedding a year and a half ago. I found it for a measly $8 at Ross, but it had a bubble hem and was a little shorter than I wanted. Enter my mother, who suggested we let out the bubble hem, and then add some fabric to the bottom if it still wasn't to my liking. I let out the hem, but it still wasn't quite as long as I wanted. Therefore, I then went to Joann's, bought a variety of lace trims and had my mother sew a lace trim.

And here is what we were left it. I've probably only worn this dress twice since K's wedding, but I always feel so fancy in it. Plus, since it's a trapeze style, it's extremely comfortable, even if it does make me look as big as a house at certain angles. I also feel fancy when I carry my awesome glittery clutch. It can only fit a few things since it's so thin, but the glitter makes up for it.
On a side note, did you notice my extra boring nail polish? I was going for a more "adult" look over the weekend, so I changed my nails to this muted brown, instead of one of my usual technicolor shades. It's Rimmel's Hot Cocoa polish, and I like it, but maybe only for more professional occasions. My mother of course loved it since she pretty much hates all the bright color polish I usually wear. But I'm pretty sure I'll be back to my old tricks by next week.

Want to Believe My Own Hype But It's Too Untrue

Black Sunglasses - 99 Cents Store
Silver Hoops - Ross
Grey Long Sleeve Tee - OC Designs
Grey Pinstriped Sheath - Merona, Target
Blue Elastic Belt - Thrifted ages ago
Blue Pointy-toed Flats - Xhilaration, Target

So whenever I feel lazy and have no desire to think up a creative outfit, I take an outfit I've worn before and just make a few minor adjustments. I've gotten plenty of mileage out of this sheath, and I pretty much always wear it the same way. Boring, I know. Today brought slightly cooler temps, so I layered a long sleeve shirt under, cinched it with my blue belt and added the matching shoes. Not very brave or creative, but very easy to put on when I was in a rush this morning.

On a more exciting note, today I was featured on one of my fave blogs What Would Emma Pillsbury Wear! Don't worry, I won't let it go to my head - much. My yellow dress I wore last Saturday is a dress Jayma Mays' character will wear in an upcoming episode of GLEE, so when I styled it, I tried to be as "Emma Pillsbury" as possible. And I guess I did alright. For everyone who left comments on WWEPW, thanks a bunch!

And yes, my Mozilla Firefox persona (fancy term for the background of the screen) is a Superman suit. And no, I am not embarrassed. If only you all knew the depths of my obsession with all things Superman. But that's a story for another post.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

I Smile When Roses Come To See Me

Off White Cardigan - The Limited via Goodwill
Assorted Necklaces - Claire's, Forever 21
Silver & Pearl Ring - Silpada
Pink Sheath - Vintage, Long Beach Flea Market
Beige Satchel - Sigrid Olsen, Gift
Off White Patent Pumps - Predictions, Payless

Another Sunday in Norco. Not so much wind today, so much more conducive to picture taking. After being a bright ball of yellow yesterday, I calmed it down quite a bit with this rose colored number. A friend of mine said that the combination of yesterday's outfit an today's makes me "pink lemonade." I kind of like it.
I love this dress. I bought it a good 2 or 3 months ago at the Long Beach Flea Market for just $5! It's vintage, of course, and has the most beautiful lace inset. Ever since the lace Rodarte for Target dresses (sadly, too short for my tastes) came out last year, I've been obsessed with dresses with lace adornment.
However, if I'm honest, the dress is just a bit too tight for me in the bust. It's a problem I come across with a lot of vintage dresses I try on - the waist fits fine but the chest area just does not work out. Oh if only I was little more petite. Still, it wasn't too tight to wear all day, so I'll probably keep it.
And although it's already been nearly a week, I just wanted to acknowledge, that yes I changed my hair again. No more braids. It'll probably last for a few months until I get bored and/or lazy. We'll see.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Find One Who's Golden

Gold Hoops - Kohl's
Yellow Cardigan - Old Navy
Yellow Twist-neck Sheath - Merona, Target ($9.99!)
Yellow Patent Skinny Belt - Windsor (came with a shirt)
Metallic Gold Clutch - Random store in Fox Hills Mall
Metallic Gold Pumps - Steve Madden, Burlington Coat Factory

Here is what I wore in theory today. I spent the day with a lot of friends, some of whom I hadn't seen in months. I bought this yellow dress at Target a month ago and couldn't figure out what I would wear it with. I decided to be brave today and go almost completely monochromatic with the yellow. I think I blinded a few people with this lemon hue, but I pretty much only got positive responses. Plus, I felt very cheery and springtime-y.
And here's what my outfit ended up being in practice. It was so warm out in Norco, and I was around so many people that I could not bear to keep my sweater on. Without the sweater the intensity of all the yellow was lessened greatly, and that was probably a good thing. And in case your wondering what the deal with my hair is, it was ridiculously windy out there. This photo was the best of the bunch, hair-wise.

FYI, I know I promised a recap of the Morning Benders concert I went to Thursday night, but frankly I don't see it happening anymore. In actuality, I only went to the show to see Miniature Tigers, which is the band that opened for the Morning Benders. I first saw MT when they opened for Say Anything a few months back (which I posted about here), and I fell in love with them.

On Thursday they put on a good show, but I was a little bummed since they mainly played new songs off their forthcoming CD and not any of their old stuff. I stayed for some of Morning Benders, and they were alright but a little too mellow for my tastes. My photos I took at the show were pretty lame, so don't feel like you're missing out on too much since I didn't post them.

Friday, March 26, 2010

That's What You Get For Sticking Out Your Neck

Owl Print Tunic - She Said, JC Penney's ($2!)
Black Leggings - Zara
Boots - Ralph Lauren via Goodwill
Leather ID Bracelet - Disneyland

So I am just getting home from a concert tonight. As usual, I dressed more for comfort than for cuteness since I knew I'd be on my feet for a while. Accompanying me were my best friend's 16-year old twin daughters and we saw The Morning Benders play a sold-out show at the Troubadour. Again, I understand that most people would dread having to take teenage girls anywhere, but they see me as their "cool older friend," so I like to take them places they wouldn't normally be able to go. I would've killed for an older friend as cool as me when I was 16!

But I digress. I need to apologize for the poor quality of this photo. Despite my having both girls attempt to take outfit photos for me, the above picture was the best one they got, mainly because they were extremely hyper and kept laughing uncontrollably. Oh to be young again. And all the people driving past us on Santa Monica Blvd. probably didn't help much either. For clarification, I am fairly sure my eyes are actually open in the photo. I just always look extra squinty-eyed when I smile wide.

Check back tomorrow for a more in depth post on the concert!

Monday, March 22, 2010

I Need Somebody To Love

No outfit post today, but I just came across this new promo for one of my favorite shows, GLEE. I mean, really, how could I not love a show that combines beautiful people (and clothes!), campy humor/dialogue, Jane Lynch and super-awesome musical numbers?!

I'm going to let you all in on a little secret: though I was never a drama kid and really have no singing ability whatsoever, my dream has always been for my life to be a musical. Musicals are one of my favorite art forms and I've memorized soundtracks for everything from Sondheim's
Company to Grease to Les Miserables to High School Musical 2. Again, I think my cool factor is severely plummeting, but no worries. I've got this promo and my GLEE: Vol. 1 dvds to keep me company!

On a more style-related note, also check out the awesome blog What Would Emma Pillsbury Wear? for photos and detailed information about the beautiful outfits the character Emma (played by Jayma Mays) wears weekly on GLEE. Believe me, it is totally worth your time. Oh and apologies for all the exclamation points - I am just that excited about GLEE returning.

I Only Live To Serve

I must confess, I went to Disneyland again today. Actually, we only went to California Adventure because one of my nephew's friends had a two-fer ticket (where you get admission to each park for the price of one) and he had to use it before it expired. Other grown-ups generally think I'm nuts for going to Disneyland so much and always taking kids there, but I love it!
Grey Zebra Print Boyfriend Cardigan - LOST, Ross
White V-neck Tee - Nollie, PacSun
Pull-on Jean - Silence & Noise, Urban Outfitters
White Studded Flats - Soda, Reflection

As usual, I went for comfort over style for CA Adventure. I will never forgive myself for not buying more of these jeans from Urban Outfitters when they were on sale last year. They are so comfy and fit perfectly, and now I wish I owned them in every color available. And this photo was taken in one of my favorite spots in the park (the Beast's library), which is why the chair I am sitting in has such a high back.
And here is a picture of me pretending to throw my cousin into the Beast's fireplace. As far as Disney film's go, Beauty & The Beast will always be in my top three because it was the first movie I was ever taken to as a child. Thus, I know every word to every song and almost all the lines too. As great as Pixar films are, does anyone else miss the older Disney movies with the classic animation and awesome songs? I know I do. Give me the Lion King over Wall-E any day!
Another favorite spot in the park: the Hollywood Tower of Terror. Pretty much the best ride ever. From left is my oldest nephew, my cousin and me. My nephew's friend and younger brother were also with us, but they were too scared to go on the ride. Oh and yes, my 13-year-old cousin is wearing a High School Musical 2 shirt. She has no shame, just like me.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Start Of Something New

Mauve Velvet Blazer - Vintage, South Street Thrift Center
Floral Print Blouse - Charlotte Russe ($3!)
Black Pencil Skirt - Windsor
Silver Flower Necklace - Forever 21
Black Platform Pumps - Attention, Kmart

I did not go to the gym this morning. I feel pretty bad about it, but there is nothing quite like sleeping in until after 9 am and then waking up to eat a leisurely breakfast. At least I will be well-rested for the upcoming work week. Also, I love this jacket. It's velvety soft and a lovely shade of mauve. Guess how much it cost? Only $4 at a thrift store that my mother and I recently discovered.

Well if I'm being honest, we didn't really "discover" the store so much as we were told about it. A couple weeks ago, one of my grandmother's nurses happened to mention to my mom that she would get great deals at a thrift store in the area, and of course my mother had to find out where it was. So yesterday we finally managed to swing by, and it was super.
Here's a glimpse of the racks and racks of clothes that greeted us at the South Street Thrift Center in Long Beach. There was so much stuff and their Saturday special was 50% of all items with colored tags, but we didn't really get to buy a lot since we only had an hour to go through everything. Still, I did get my new blazer and a red pencil skirt (since my old one is now too big) for just $6 altogether. Hopefully I'll get to back soon when I can spend more time there.
And isn't this blouse awesome? It's black which I love, but spring appropriate because of all the pretty flowers. I got it on clearance a couple months ago, but it is just now making its first blog appearance.

Friday, March 19, 2010

This Time Baby I'll Be Bulletproof

Black Scarf - Mom's
Olive Maxi Dress - Target via Goodwill ($2)
Layered Chain Necklace - Rue 21
Black Wedges Heels - Aerosoles, Kohl's

Another run-of-the-mill day. I actually managed to wake up on time today, and yet I still ended up running late. That is sort of why I wore this outfit. I was rushing, but I really don't think you can go wrong with a long dress and a scarf - pretty foolproof. When the marine layer and fog rolled in later in the afternoon I just added a cardigan for warmth and was good to go.
I am just getting back home from taking my nephew and cousin to see Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Since the Wimpy Kid books are the only books I've ever seen my nephew read out of his own free will, I felt obligated to take him to the movie. I have to encourage his literacy however I can. I was pleasantly surprised because, for a kid flick, it was pretty funny, and there was nothing offensive, which is pretty much all I ask from any movie I take kids to.

So this might make me seem pretty lame, but one of the preview trailers I saw tonight was for the Ramona and Beezus movie, and I am way excited for it. What can I say, I was pretty much a book fiend as a child and read everything I could get my hands on. Much of my elementary school years was spent immersed in everything Beverly Cleary wrote from Ralph S. Mouse to Henry Higgins to Ramona Quimby, age 8. So if it's wrong to be psyched about one of my favorite childhood books becoming a movie, then I don't want to be right!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Your Sword's Grown Old And Rusty

Black Tank top (under dress) - Speechless, Ross
Ethnic Print Sundress - Handmade, Goodwill
Black Double Buckle Belt - Forever 21
Black Gladiator Sandals - Payless
Bird Connector Ring - Forever 21

This dress really is the love of my life. I bought it last year before I even knew ethnic prints would be a "thing," and I am so glad that I did. It's very reminiscent of African prints, which makes it rather ironic that I had to buy it at Goodwill even though my own father is from Africa (Ghana/Nigeria) and could have easily gotten a dozen of these sorts of dresses made for me. Hilarious, I know.

It made it into the high 70s today, so I was really besides myself with joy as I soaked up the sun. I even busted out my go-to summer staple - the gladiator sandal. These ones I've had for at least 3 years, and they are getting a little rusty, but I can't bear to part with them. Also, I finally repainted my toes. It's matte green #2 from Urban Outfitters, and I painted them last night before I knew what I was going to wear today. Who knew the color would perfectly match my dress?
Is it even possible to take flattering pictures of feet? Anyway, since it cooled down in the evening, I was back in my stockings for meeting tonight.
Black Striped Blazer - Old Navy
Blue Shift - Vintage, Long Beach Flea Market ($5!)
Black Flats - Kimchi Blue, Urban Outfitters

I never really realized how blue this dress is until I saw it photographed. I must have been blinding everyone tonight. Nevertheless, I still love this dress because it has such a classic shape and fits perfectly. It's one of a few dresses I scored at the LB flea market when I with my friends a couple months ago. It's a little shorter than I normally go, but with tights and flats, I didn't have as much of an urge to pull it down constantly.

Aren't the little buttons adorable?

Monday, March 15, 2010

You Know My Love Is True

This morning I woke up at 7:15 am. Not super great, considering I needed to leave for work at 7:30 am. What's a girl to do? Obviously wear the same outfit she wore a few months ago. Therefore, there will be no outfit post today, but if you wish to be reminded of what I wore today the repeat offender can be found here.

On a more exciting note, I found the shoes of my dreams today at Nordstrom's. See the Seychelles 'Veronica' t-strap in Grey multi below:
Now although I desperately love them, I did not buy them because they are a whopping $90. I am quite the spendthrift, so that price is way out of my shoe range, but at least I can continue to admire them from afar. And pray that they go on sale one day soon.

Sunday, March 14, 2010

I Want To Make You Holler

Black Shrug - Mossimo, Target
Blue Leaf-Print Strapless Dress - Bitten, Steve & Barry's
Taupe T-strap Heels - Simply Vera, Kohl's ($2!)

Woo hoo - daylight savings time has officially begun! Yes, it did make my waking up this morning for my step class a wee bit difficult, but I am still so super glad for a little extra daylight. This dress really isn't anything special. I've had it for ages, but sadly, I'm thinking I may be giving it away soon since it seems to have gotten a little too big for me. Nevertheless, I gave it one last hurrah today.
Really, the only reason I wore this dress today was so I could wear my brand new Simply Vera shoes. Last night my mother and I went to visit my grandmother in the hospital, and, as is often the case, on our way back home we decided to do a little shopping. As a general rule, I hate Kohl's. I feel their clothes are typically overpriced and not that appealing. However, I recently received a $5 coupon via email for Kohl's so we decided to try to find something last night.
Well success came in the form of these shoes. They are Simply Vera so they were originally priced $69.99(!). I found them on clearance for $6.99, and, minus my $5 discount, I took them home for a little over $2. They are surprisingly comfy despite the high heel, but let's be real. For $2, does comfort even matter?

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Just Get Back Up When It Knocks You Down

Black Sunglasses - Guess by Marciano via optometrist
White Blazer - Ann Taylor via Goodwill ($2!)
Blue Sleeveless Dress - George via Goodwill ($2!)
Blue Pointed Flats - Xhilaration, Target ($!4)

Want to know what knocked me down? My ridiculously late night at Disneyland yesterday. In fact, I wore my big prescription shades today because I had horrendous bags under my eyes this morning. Today all I wanted to do was sleep, but I sucked it up and woke up at the reasonable time of 8:45 am, like a real grown-up. It helped that I didn't have to put any thought into what I was going to wear.

I've had this outfit set out in my bedroom all week, but was waiting for a sufficiently warm (and appropriate) day to wear it. Many of my friends complimented me on it, so I must have done something right. Of course, my mother took all the credit since she was the one who talked me into buying this dress when I was on the fence about it. It didn't really appeal to me at the time, but now that spring seems to be right around the corner, its floral charms have definitely grown on me.

On a completely unrelated note, I just got the newest Michael Buble cd, Crazy Love, and it is superb. I know Buble typically skews to the older housewife set, but I can't help but love his voice and the modern spin he puts on old standards. So maybe I've lost all my hipster street cred now, but I think I'll manage to cope somehow.

The City Winks A Sleepless Eye

Beige Polkadot Cardigan - Old Navy via Goodwill ($2!)
White Sheath - Isaac Mizrahi, Target
Cream Perforated Oxfords - Deena & Ozzy, Urban Outfitters

So this is what I wore today or Friday, depending on how quickly I get this post up. Being that it's well after midnight and I have just arrived home, I am a little delirious, but this morning when I chose this ensemble I was going for something light and simple. We've managed to stay in warm temperatures, so I wanted to be comfortable but still look professional.

In case anyone's wondering why I am getting home so late, I spent the night at Disneyland with some friends. Surprised? I doubt it. I intended to take an outfit pic there too, but forgot my camera in the car. Basically, I'm a failure. But besides that we did have super fun times and even got to see the remastered Captain Eo 3D show in Tomorrowland. It's the old 3D movie Michael Jackson starred in that was later replaced with Honey I Shrunk the Audience. It's pretty campy, but still kind of cool to see old school MJ singing and dancing in 3D.

Also, pretty cool, my awesome nails that I painted Wednesday night!
They are a little over the top, but I love them. Plus, it's giving me a chance to test out my Sally Hansen No Chip topcoat with UV protection. It's supposed to make my nail polish last 10 days without chipping. I'd be happy with my polish lasting just half that time, but I'll believe it when I see it.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

So Let The Games Begin

White Appliqued Sweater - Vintage via Goodwill ($2!)
Gray Skirt - Ross, years ago
White Studded Flats - Soda, Reflection

Not much going on with today's outfit. I LOVE this sweater that I got for $2 at Goodwill last year. Every time I wear it someone compliments me, so I know I'm not the only one who appreciates it. Not only did I not wear tights today, I didn't even wear a jacket/coat! It was a beautiful 67 degrees today. I think it's fair to say that spring might just have arrived.
And really, nothing says spring like strolling down the beach eating frozen yogurt. And that is exactly what I did this afternoon with my nephew and cousin. Sometimes you just gotta love L.A.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

There's Nothing To Do Here

Magenta Corduroy Blazer - Vintage via Goodwill years, ago
Cord Necklace - Gift from Jamaica
Floral Print Eyelet Dress - Ross, years ago
Wide Brown Flower Embossed Belt - 99 Cents Store
Purple Tights - Forever 21
Riding Boots - Ralph Lauren via Goodwill

Longest day EVER. I spent most of today shuttling my mother and grandmother to and from doctor/hospital visits. My mom doesn't drive the freeway (a major handicap in gridlocked L.A.) so I had to be her chauffeur for the day. We left home at 6:40 am and didn't get back until just now.
Knowing what kind of day it was going to be, I tried to at least dress in something that would brighten my day. I felt very spring ready in my flowery dress. It's extra comfy but looks nice, which was what I was going for. And I am wearing my boots again. Frankly, if I could make it work, I'd wear them everywhere I go. I love them.

In between appointments I managed to swing by a Ross and I snagged a pair of Levi's boyfriend shorts. They were originally $54, and I got them for just $5.99! A major score and something I'll definitely get a lot of wear out of once warmer weather returns. I cannot wait for summer!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

We Really Did Try To Make It

Gold Hoops - Kohl's ($1!)
Off-white Cardigan - The Limited via Goodwill
Cream Tie-neck Blouse - Vintage via Goodwill ($2!)
Off-white Wool Pencil Skirt - J. Crew via Goodwill ($2!)
Cream Knit Knee Socks - Charlotte Russe ($1!)
Brown Leather Riding Boots - Vintage Ralph Lauren via Goodwill ($10!)

It is late. I had all intentions of posting this outfit earlier in the day, but that just didn't work out. That being said, today was my winter white ensemble. I love the irony in the fact that in most places across the country 50 degree weather is a reprieve from winter, but here in my town 50 degrees is winter. I even wore my navy wool peacoat this morning because I was so cold!
I really felt put together wearing this today, albeit put together in a grandmotherly sort of way. I didn't realize until I was posting that the majority of my outfit's pieces came from Goodwill. Altogether, the grand total for my outfit was under $20. I take pride in that for sure. Even if I'm not exactly dressing my age.

I bought a yellow dress at Target today. I could lie and say I was preparing for spring, but really I just love yellow dresses and the one I found (seen here) was only $10 on clearance. This new one makes five yellow dresses in my possession, but I can't help myself. Besides, I have some events coming up at the end of the month, so I can always justify having another dress, right? Right.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

She Love It Over Here

Sunglasses - Kenneth Cole via my optometrist
Red Corduroy Peacoat - Mossimo, Mom's
White Button-up Tunic - ANA, JC Penney's
Multi-layered Chain Necklace - Rue 21
Black Ruched Leggings - ZARA
Patent Mary-Jane Wedges - Payless

This is week two of me being back at work at the college, so I am still trying to decide what message I want to send to the students. I like to look professional so that the students (many of whom are my age or older) take me seriously. But then I try not to go too far overboard to where I am no longer dressing my age.

I think this outfit is professional, but not too serious. I added the heels for a bit more sophistication, but they aren't doing any favors for my feet. By my night classes, I will probably change into my flat patent oxfords. And yes, my pants are not really pants, they are leggings, but I did layer a another pair of black leggings under these ZARA ones to make sure I had complete butt coverage. So that's got to count for something, right?

Since I had some time to kill between my morning class and my afternoon ones, I decided to swing by Forever 21. I've been dying for a connector ring, which I've seen many celebs and bloggers alike wearing lately. F21 had some on sale on their site so I figured I'd check the physical store to see if they were carrying any. I guess it was meant to be (ha!) because just as I asked a salesgirl where the rings were, they began to unpack some new connector rings they had just gotten in stock. I bought a gold one with a black bird on it for $2.80!

I would have been happy with myself if I had just walked out of the store once I found the ring, but of course I couldn't. I found a beautiful black silk romper on the clearance rack for just $7.99. Though it might not seem like it, rompers are my kryptonite - I cannot resist them. I currently only own 3, but if I could, I'd buy them all. The tragic part is that I can't wear them to any of my jobs, so I buy them and they basically just sit in my closet until warm weather rolls around. Needless to say, I bought the one I found today. It is beautiful, but, seeing as I have no money, I probably should have passed.


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