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    Male Pattern Baldness - Why hide?

    Comb overs, toupees.. ??

    We've all seen it, the guy with the rug or the guy with the whip trailing from his scalp on a windy day.

    I'm fairing ok..although getting a little gray..

    How do/would you feel if you started loosing your hair, all joking aside, it obviously upsets some guys..should we all just accept it?

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    well as long as it's not raining I don't care but in the rain mine disappears haha and it rains A LOT in England haha then it looks very thin .. think I should not have lived in baseball caps when I was younger

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    If I get to that stage then it'll just be grade 1 all over.
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    I take the Picard solution - a number six once a week - and a long blond wig on saturdays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottjc View Post
    If I get to that stage then it'll just be grade 1 all over.
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    That's the only way to do it , anything else JUST LOOKS SILLY

    I inherited it of course from my dad and I've been short cut for ages now, it doesn't bother me in the slightest , can't do anything about it anyway (well nothing that doesn't look obvious lol)

    Comb-overs, toupes etc is as bad as dying it


    Quote Originally Posted by Matt
    and a long blond wig on saturdays.
    With the skirt you look lovely

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    Quote Originally Posted by is that my watch View Post
    well as long as it's not raining I don't care but in the rain mine disappears haha and it rains A LOT in England haha then it looks very thin .. think I should not have lived in baseball caps when I was younger
    grass doesn't grow on a busy street mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    I take the Picard solution - a number six once a week - and a long blond wig on saturdays.
    That's exactly what I figure I'll do if it ever happens to me, so far so good though... Apart from all the grey

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    Nothing is more pleasurable than watching your contemporaries grow fat and bald

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    i giver 'er a shave every 2-3weeks or it gets natty. I do like to complain about the Hoilidays...its the one time a year when I have to buy shampoo...and I just bought some hair thickening shampoo soI can get a refund next December when I can show it didn't work... ....anyone in here?... this thing on?

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