Her name is Abby. She's an energetic sky nymph. Her hair darkens and her eyes glow yellow when she gets angry.
^(I've too many waifu ideas. I need to start thinking of men to balance it out.)
Lemme know if ye've any questions.
Their updated statement:
Brandon Stroud is no longer employed by Uproxx, and so we will be shuttering With Spandex. Future pro wrestling coverage will appear on Uproxx Sports. We thank all of the With Spandex readers for being such a passionate and loyal audience through the years.
I recently bought a tank top that is a 92% modal, 8% spandex blend. It is coral pink and I'd really like to dye it to a darker color, like a deeper red or possibly black (something more neutral).
I don't have much experience dyeing clothing (aside from tie dying some old white shirts with indigo) and I was just wondering a few things:
1.) Is it possible to go from a coral pink to a dark red?
2.) Is it possible to go from a coral pink to black?
3.) What kind of dye would I need?
4.) Will this be harmful to the clothing (causing wear, tears, etc.)?
Not sure what to search to get these, I’ve tried a few things but was unsuccessful.
I have a pair of jeans that are currently a dark wash (dark blue) and I want to bleach them so that they are a medium/light wash. I know you can’t bleach spandex but I don’t know if this also applies to something that is only 2% spandex. Would bleaching the jeans ruin the fabric?
Their head writer Bradon Stroud has been accused of some stuff. Their silence right now is not doing them any favours.
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I posted this to r/SquaredCircle but it got removed by the mods. I've been following this news pretty closely, because I'm really disturbed to know that a writer I've followed for a while is reportedly such an awful person. This statement says a whole lot of nothing.
Rather than copy/paste, visit https://twitter.com/scottheisel/status/1275405424427229184?s=20 for the details.
Before I hear about sewing into something else, I have no sewing talents. None.
So ordered a thred up donation bag because I thought they repurpose damaged stuff. Nope.
So what else can I do with it? I have zero talent with sewing and denim requires a special needle and machine anyways. I dont have it. This stuff is not donation worthy but if someone were handy and creative , it could have a second life.
I'm ready to get over it and just toss it ( I know i know) because its clutter now but one last shot at finding this bag of stuff a place in the world.
Not exactly "today," but this was somewhat embarrassing..
Last month, it was my grandmother's 79th birthday, and I decided to give her something special. I hopped on Amazon and browsed for a little while, and found a really beautiful necklace and decided to get that. However, I also saw a very uncouth pair of rainbow spandex underwear as well, and they were discounted, so for personal reasons I decided to get those too. After a few weeks, the "goods" finally arrived and on the EXACT day as my grandmother's birthday. Both were packaged and ready to go, and I was in quite a rush so I picked one of the boxes up and sped off. Arriving at my grandmother's home, everyone had already arrived except for me. After acknowledging her birthday and some relatives that I hoped I didn't have to see, I finally gave her my present. "It's a suprise!" I told her. And quite the surprise it was..
TL;DR: Bought spandex underwear and necklace for grandma's birthday, gave the former.
Does anyone know where Alex gets her full spandex bodysuit that she always post pictures in? It has the cinched butt.
I know that this is extremely cliche, but I just love these type of stories.
I know they exist. I remember seeing such books a long time ago, somewhere. But I do not remember the names at all.
Is anyone familiar with digital printing on 95% cotton 5% spandex fabrics? I've ordered a number of samples with different printed patterns on this type of fabric from different suppliers and it seems like for the most part after printing, the fabric comes out rough on the surface. However, I've seen similar fabrics in stores and it always seems so soft!
Is it a poor supplier that is producing these fabrics of mine or is that just what happens when you digitally print a pattern on this fabric?
Is there another type of printing that should be used on this fabric to retain the softness on the surface?
So I've been commuting by bike for years now and didn't really feel the need to get bib shorts for one hour max of getting somewhere and then having to change into normal clothes. I recently got myself a road bike and now would like to do some longer rides and am looking into bib shorts again.
I'm thinking y'all know what I'm getting at: those spandex are tight everywhere. Weirdly the thing I worry about most is the lack of bulge even though I'm regularly very dysphoric about the shape of my thighs. I know I could theoretically pack but I don't really feel comfortable with that in general (just another thing to worry about), I could also wear some looser pants on top but that seems weird too (just not common among road cyclists as far as I know).
So does anyone here wear spandex without packing (I guess it doesn't even have to be for cycling)?
I would like to dye a white sun shirt that is 95% nylon and 5% spandex. From a quick search online, it looks like Rit products will work for this, and I don't mind if it's not that dark or if some parts (like thread) don't get fully dyed. My main concern is whether dying will affect either the breathability or the sun-protective nature of the shirt. Does anyone have experience using dyes on nylon-spandex blends?
Okay, so Uproxx’s With Spandex is dead now. That may not seem like a huge deal to most, but it kind bums me out, because With Spandex is literally responsible for me getting back into wrestling. Brandon Stroud was an engaging and funny writer…too bad he turned out to be human garbage as well, but I started reading his retro reviews of Raw and Nitro and Superstars and it got me remembering all the good and bad of what I liked about wrestling after being away from it for 15 years, then shortly after AEW started up and I found myself actually interested again after years of dipping in and out of WWE and being – to put it politely – bored as fuck. (this isn’t to start shit about WWE vs. AEW, let’s not do that, we all like our thing and that’s cool).
So I ask, if there any place In any way similar to how With Spandex treated wrestling? By that I mean, recaps that aren’t just paragraphs upon boring paragraphs on each move of a match followed by flimsy “analysis”. Places that use humor a... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm trying to shorten a dress I got and I don't want to ruin it, any advice would be greatly appreciated!