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 Post subject: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 5:50 am 
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Is this for raging narcissistic toss pots?

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=12253573

Men are meant to go bald, it's what separates us from women. What is the point of a full head of hair if everyone knows it's a transplant? I put it in the same category as short men who wear those 4 inch platform shoes - it makes you look like a walking beacon of insecurity.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:01 am 
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Buzz or shave it, no more paying for haircuts. :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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BlueThunder wrote:
Buzz or shave it, no more paying for haircuts. :thumbup:


Fucken oath


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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BlueThunder wrote:
Buzz or shave it, no more paying for haircuts. :thumbup:


Yep.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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A guy I used to work with started going bald. I mean, I've been a nude-nut since I was 24 but this guy took it badly. Started rubbing lotions into his hair and the like which didn't work. Then he got plugs. His hair looked...weird. Also, it kind of happened overnight. One day he was there with his shitty combover and, after a few days of leave, he came back with a weird looking thatch on his head. The really weird thing is that he turned on me. Started calling me names like cue ball.

I was all "Dude, it looks like a cat has thrown up a furball on your noggin"

Personally, I look better without hair. That's what I keep telling myself.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:54 am 
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A guy I used to work with started going bald. I mean, I've been a nude-nut since I was 24 but this guy took it badly. Started rubbing lotions into his hair and the like which didn't work. Then he got plugs. His hair looked...weird. Also, it kind of happened overnight. One day he was there with his shitty combover and, after a few days of leave, he came back with a weird looking thatch on his head. The really weird thing is that he turned on me. Started calling me names like cue ball.

I was all "Dude, it looks like a cat has thrown up a furball on your noggin"

Personally, I look better without hair. That's what I keep telling myself.

Good on you Thomas. My "best" mate is hairless. He's the greatest and has a very pretty wife. I still have a head of hair and, given heredity, it will still be with me to my grave. Like my father and grandfather.

Telly Savalas is a bit of a role model!


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:57 am 
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Thomas wrote:
A guy I used to work with started going bald. I mean, I've been a nude-nut since I was 24 but this guy took it badly. Started rubbing lotions into his hair and the like which didn't work. Then he got plugs. His hair looked...weird. Also, it kind of happened overnight. One day he was there with his shitty combover and, after a few days of leave, he came back with a weird looking thatch on his head. The really weird thing is that he turned on me. Started calling me names like cue ball.

I was all "Dude, it looks like a cat has thrown up a furball on your noggin"

Personally, I look better without hair. That's what I keep telling myself.

The key thing is you almost certainly look better without a transplant


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:00 am 
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A guy I used to work with started going bald. I mean, I've been a nude-nut since I was 24 but this guy took it badly. Started rubbing lotions into his hair and the like which didn't work. Then he got plugs. His hair looked...weird. Also, it kind of happened overnight. One day he was there with his shitty combover and, after a few days of leave, he came back with a weird looking thatch on his head. The really weird thing is that he turned on me. Started calling me names like cue ball.

I was all "Dude, it looks like a cat has thrown up a furball on your noggin"

Personally, I look better without hair. That's what I keep telling myself.

The key thing is you almost certainly look better without a transplant


Oh indeed.

I'm yet to see a transplant that doesn't look like the front door mat of a sharehouse.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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I’ve been losing it gradually for a while. The killer was when I first joked about it to my wife seeking assurance (“don’t be silly you’re not going bald”) but she just smiled with those sad, sad eyes...

:((


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:20 am 
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I always thought Hulk Hogan should have gotten plugs.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:27 am 
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When I was 19 my then girlfriend cheerfully informed me that my hairline was receding, bitch.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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Andy Goode's looks great tbf, much better than the skullet.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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Wilderbeast wrote:
I’ve been losing it gradually for a while. The killer was when I first joked about it to my wife seeking assurance (“don’t be silly you’re not going bald”) but she just smiled with those sad, sad eyes...

:((

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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:36 am 
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When I was 19 my then girlfriend cheerfully informed me that my hairline was receding, bitch.


Did she follow it up with "That's okay. I like bald guys..."

Because I've heard that line.

I bit the bullet at 24 years old. I saw a photo of me at a party and I seriously looked like Krusty the Klown so I went to a barber to get my head shaved. The barber was a young-ish girl with an easy smile and an ample bosom. I told her what I wanted and how I had to do it and she hugged me and said I'd look great. So the clippers came out and she lopped off what passed for my hair at the time with a number 2 blade. Then she started rubbing my head saying "damn, you have a great skull." I was all "uh, okay. I guess so..." but she kept on rubbing it. Then she asked if I wanted to shave it all off, with a blade. I wasn't super keen but figured I'd have stubble in a few days. I said yes and she squealed and lathered me up and shaved my head. The whole time she was sort of moaning a bit. It was a little weird but not as weird as afterwards when she rubbed moisturiser in my noggin for a good 15 minutes. I mean, sure, the head massage was great but having someone muttering "Mmmm oh my god" in your ear as you head squeaks like a newly polished marble floor isn't as awesome as you'd think. She just kept saying "such a nice skull" as she rubbed it. She'd stop for a bit, stand back and admire my dome and then reach for more lotion. By the time I left I was positively glistening.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
PostPosted: Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:39 am 
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Thomas wrote:
Calculus wrote:
When I was 19 my then girlfriend cheerfully informed me that my hairline was receding, bitch.


Did she follow it up with "That's okay. I like bald guys..."

Because I've heard that line.

I bit the bullet at 24 years old. I saw a photo of me at a party and I seriously looked like Krusty the Klown so I went to a barber to get my head shaved. The barber was a young-ish girl with an easy smile and an ample bosom. I told her what I wanted and how I had to do it and she hugged me and said I'd look great. So the clippers came out and she lopped off what passed for my hair at the time with a number 2 blade. Then she started rubbing my head saying "damn, you have a great skull." I was all "uh, okay. I guess so..." but she kept on rubbing it. Then she asked if I wanted to shave it all off, with a blade. I wasn't super keen but figured I'd have stubble in a few days. I said yes and she squealed and lathered me up and shaved my head. The whole time she was sort of moaning a bit. It was a little weird but not as weird as afterwards when she rubbed moisturiser in my noggin for a good 15 minutes. I mean, sure, the head massage was great but having someone muttering "Mmmm oh my god" in your ear as you head squeaks like a newly polished marble floor isn't as awesome as you'd think. She just kept saying "such a nice skull" as she rubbed it. She'd stop for a bit, stand back and admire my dome and then reach for more lotion. By the time I left I was positively glistening.




From the sound of it, so was she...


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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Outstanding :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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Calculus wrote:
When I was 19 my then girlfriend cheerfully informed me that my hairline was receding, bitch.

Early 20's for me.

I said to a female friend "I think I'm losing my hair" She said "yes, you are" and then followed it up with the far from helpful "I've nothing against bald guys but would never go out with one"


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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They never tell you how they do it. Ponting basically wears a swim cap with hair on it. Professionally done of course. Advance hair yeah yeah


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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dinsdale wrote:
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When I was 19 my then girlfriend cheerfully informed me that my hairline was receding, bitch.

Early 20's for me.

I said to a female friend "I think I'm losing my hair" She said "yes, you are" and then followed it up with the far from helpful "I've nothing against bald guys but would never go out with one"


Lovely girl :?

Advice I can now give is that once it goes ... just shave it. Much lower maintenance. Just need to remember the sunscreen :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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I've got two close friends, both ginger, that went bald at the same time in the same manner - think a ranga Mr Burns. One does the correct thing and gets the once over with a number one blade every week. The other has a short skullet coupled with a mid-length shenandoah beard. Sure, he's got a weak chin but the combination is ridiculous.


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I've got two close friends, both ginger, that went bald at the same time
and people say God isn’t real.


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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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A decent professional comb over and no one notices baldness

e g Looks completely normal

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 Post subject: Re: Hair transplants.
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Wilderbeast wrote:
I’ve been losing it gradually for a while. The killer was when I first joked about it to my wife seeking assurance (“don’t be silly you’re not going bald”) but she just smiled with those sad, sad eyes...

:((


She can't hide,
Those lyin' eyes...


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Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


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Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


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My beard turns out to be silver and ginger. Which is nice x(


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Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


At least it's not ginger.


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Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


I’m sure your lady friend would love to shave it off. Bet your jawline puts superman to shame.


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Nolanator wrote:
Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


At least it's not ginger.



Which is sadly not what happened when I thought is would be cool to grow one on a long holiday a few years ago.

I know I have some Scottish ancestory, but freaked the shit out of me

Basically a freak standing there with brown hair and a ginger beard.

It was shaved off fairly speedily


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Dark wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


At least it's not ginger.



Which is sadly not what happened when I thought is would be cool to grow one on a long holiday a few years ago.

I know I have some Scottish ancestory, but freaked the shit out of me

Basically a freak standing there with brown hair and a ginger beard.

It was shaved off fairly speedily


At least you can grow a beard.


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Dark wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


At least it's not ginger.



Which is sadly not what happened when I thought is would be cool to grow one on a long holiday a few years ago.

I know I have some Scottish ancestory, but freaked the shit out of me

Basically a freak standing there with brown hair and a ginger beard.

It was shaved off fairly speedily

Pussy. I'm blond with a ginger beard and I rock that shit.


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Wilderbeast wrote:
Thomas wrote:
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Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


I’m sure your lady friend would love to shave it off. Bet your jawline puts superman to shame.


It's pretty staunch. And my wife hates it. It has the texture of steel wool. I told her it's my mid-life crisis. It's either a beard, a Harley Davidson or an affair with a real estate agency administration assistant.


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The Native wrote:
Dark wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
Thomas wrote:
assfly wrote:
Clean shaved my head at the beginning of the year after fighting a receding hairline. Best decision I ever made. Also decided to grow a beard. Took back control :thumbup:


I grew a beard for the first time last year. In another genetic curveball, my beard is silver.

:((


At least it's not ginger.



Which is sadly not what happened when I thought is would be cool to grow one on a long holiday a few years ago.

I know I have some Scottish ancestory, but freaked the shit out of me

Basically a freak standing there with brown hair and a ginger beard.

It was shaved off fairly speedily

Pussy. I'm blond with a ginger beard and I rock that shit.


Yeah, but you probably don't have the also not being that handsome gene

Tripple whammy

Fugly, ginger beard, brown hair

I probably would have been turned away from Wellington hospitals ER department inbetween the screaming, fainting and vomiting of the nurses


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I still have the same mop of thick black curly hair that I had at the age of 20.
Unfortunately,it now grows on my back!


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flashman wrote:
I still have the same mop of thick black curly hair that I had at the age of 20.
Unfortunately,it now grows on my back!

In secondary school we used to joke that one of the teachers (who was billiard ball bald) had had his hair migrate to his back. You could see tufts of the stuff sticking out the top of his collar at the back of his neck.


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Nolanator wrote:
flashman wrote:
I still have the same mop of thick black curly hair that I had at the age of 20.
Unfortunately,it now grows on my back!

In secondary school we used to joke that one of the teachers (who was billiard ball bald) had had his hair migrate to his back. You could see tufts of the stuff sticking out the top of his collar at the back of his neck.


Yep, hairy back too. Losing it on top and getting it everywhere else. f**king ridiculous :x


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I guess I'm lucky in that baldness is not a problem for me. I have no problem with men getting hair transplants. I would possibly do the same thing if I was affected by baldness.


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Tehui wrote:
I guess I'm lucky in that baldness is not a problem for me. I have no problem with men getting hair transplants. I would possibly do the same thing if I was affected by baldness.


Likewise. I have all my hair, though I'm in my mid-20s so plenty of time to loose it. I don't see anything wrong with plugs/wigs/weave. Some people look fine bald, others don't.

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I recognise that guy from language videos that I watch. He's a polyglot?


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I have bottled it so many times when it comes to shaving my bonce. I am at that stage where the hairdresser holds up the mirror in a strategically sympathetic way so not to reveal the massive bald spot on the back of my melon.

A bloke at work got hair transplant treatment and him looking like a shoe polish brush was enough to convince me it was a colossal waste of money.


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