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If someone is named Candy in real life, it just means her parents are white trash and gave their daughter a stripper name right from the start, in which case when they start stripping they do the opposite and pick stage names like Amanda,Vintage 1991 Nutmeg Mens Chicago Cubs Baseball shirt. I heard it establishes dominance. Alpha wolves do it to other members to rebuke them. Can’t remember where I heard it, probably just some friend who may or may not have known what they were talking about. This is an odd phenomenon. As in, he is quite literally a bag of bath salts. It most likely just meant running between them at a certain minimum speed not an all out sprint. Really it just sounds like a variation on the “bleep test” kind of thing.
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My dog used to put puppy heads in his mouth (although from the side or the back) You don’t have to like the names. No one fucking cares if you like them or not. Those dogs are his/her dogs and she/he can name them whatever she/he wants to name them. The ones on opposite sides of the field. The goal posts in the same goal are 8m, meaning that running them Vintage 1991 Nutmeg Mens Chicago Cubs Baseball shirt times would only be 800m – a walk in the park for anyone who can call themselves a professional footballer. I think what op is missing here is time to recover between sprints. I dunno, for professional footballers that doesn’t seem thaat far. Anecdotally, in youth soccer, around the U16 age, the next training session after playing horribly in a game our coach made us run the full field