Having hair ON your nose.

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    Jan 20, 2015 6:30 PM GMT
    is fckn gross.

    & I don't mean hair coming out of the nostrils.

    I mean hair on the surface of your nose. i didn't even know this is something that happens till I saw this guy.

    oh man, it was such a shame cos he's a fine looking 30 something yo fella.

    but he had that. and it wasn't like almost undetectable tiny hair.

    it was thick pubic hair on the bridge and tip of his nose.

    huge black wires.

    god all i could think of was how bad I wanted to pluck the shit out of them.

    guys. basic hygiene. when you go on a date.

    don't let this happen to you.

    basic hygiene.
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    Jan 20, 2015 9:50 PM GMT
    Got it; thanks, another item to add to my list of things to reject guys for.
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    Jan 20, 2015 11:28 PM GMT
    I am sure there's a fetish group SOMEwhere that woud REALLY be into that...
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    Jan 20, 2015 11:35 PM GMT
    I started getting hair on the ridge of my nose about when I turned 60. One of the hallmarks of aging for many men is that you lose hair where you want it, and begin to grow it where you don't. icon_sad.gif

    It's not too bad on my nose, though, a few strays, and I just pluck them. Worse is the top of my ears. If I don't keep them trimmed with a razor I look like a werewolf movie. icon_razz.gif
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    Jan 21, 2015 4:40 AM GMT
    I didn't know that could even exist to be honest.....
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    Jan 21, 2015 4:55 AM GMT
    Live long enough, and strange hairs will sprout out of your body just about everywhere. icon_eek.gif Fortunately, in many cases, it will be just one, and after you pluck it out it never comes back again. (In other cases, you're not so lucky.)

    The really weird thing is, when you notice them, they are already thick, dark, and like, 3/4-inch long. Like they just grew while you were sleeping, like a magic beanstalk. The alternative is that they've been there all week, people staring at them, and you never even thought to look there for a hair. icon_redface.gif

    Or in short, yes, I've had a weird-ass hair growing out of my nose once or twice.
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    Jan 21, 2015 4:58 AM GMT
    patito saidis fckn gross.

    & I don't mean hair coming out of the nostrils.

    I mean hair on the surface of your nose. i didn't even know this is something that happens till I saw this guy.

    oh man, it was such a shame cos he's a fine looking 30 something yo fella.

    but he had that. and it wasn't like almost undetectable tiny hair.

    it was thick pubic hair on the bridge and tip of his nose.

    huge black wires.

    god all i could think of was how bad I wanted to pluck the shit out of them.

    guys. basic hygiene. when you go on a date.

    don't let this happen to you.

    basic hygiene.


    Well, it might look unattractive but that's not a "hygiene" issue. Was he Greek by chance?
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    Jan 21, 2015 11:57 AM GMT
    italiano.

    it's weird.

    I wonder if he's aware of his follicles.

    I'll ask him next time we meet.

    I might bring a good pair of tweezers w. me.

    make him a nice friendship gift.
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    Jan 21, 2015 12:00 PM GMT
    Cash saidI am sure there's a fetish group SOMEwhere that woud REALLY be into that...


    Yes, I think that is correct.

    what with all that people obsessing over those gigantic blackhead and pimple popping videos. sick

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    Jan 21, 2015 12:14 PM GMT
    One of the best reasons to have a partner or really good barber. A barber should notice stray hairs sprouting out your nose and ears and should rid you of them. Also they should trim your eyebrows for you - it only takes a comb and a quick swipe of the clippers. Alas, far too many don't do it.

    My ex always plucked stray facial, nose, and ear hairs as well as shaped my eyebrows and shaved my neck between haircuts.
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    Jan 21, 2015 1:05 PM GMT
    Have you never heard the term "wild hair" ?

    It can really be a wild hair! When you or anyone pulls out an offending hair, look at the end that was in the skin. No whitish end? It's a wild hair! It's from elsewhere and became embedded in the skin pore.
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    Jan 21, 2015 3:17 PM GMT
    The only time I heard the term "wild hair" was when my parents would ask me if I had a wild hair up my ass when I was caught doing something stupid or crazy.
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    Jan 21, 2015 5:20 PM GMT
    Dip it in ink and voila! A pen.

    Handy for the guy who always loses pens but keeps an inkwell at the ready.
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    Jan 21, 2015 7:10 PM GMT
    Does the dude w/the offending nose eye brow wear corrective lenses?

    I have to wear my reading glasses when I shave and do my grooming these days or those ear and nose hairs are not apparent to my failing close up vision.

    Years ago (late '80's early '90's) I worked w/a dude at the USFS Lab in Olympia who was our GIS guy. Probably Mid 30's then? Very nerdy and eccentric. Tall and very thin w/dark hair and was terribly unkempt. Straight guy w/no sense of grooming. Chronically single not surprisingly. Came from a family that had serious $$$ and had been educated in an Ivy league college even. He had a full, bushy nose eye brow. Big prominent nose too. Couldn't miss it. When I had to work w/him on data or pour over maps he made for me I couldn't even look at him. I often can find extreme facial features kind of attractive but this was side show material.
  • Inque

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    Jan 21, 2015 7:19 PM GMT
    I've seen this only a handful of times in my life to be honest with you.
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    Jan 22, 2015 10:49 AM GMT
    He probably had surgery done on his nose at one time and they did a skin graph from another part of his body that happened to grow hair and used it on his nose..
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    Jan 22, 2015 5:48 PM GMT
    It happens when you turn 30. Nose and ear hair starts to have lives of their own, strange hairs pop up on your nose, earlobes, neck.... Get a personal groomer tool and keep those bad boys under control!

    And just for fun, when you turn 40, your eyesight starts to change. There's always something fun to look forward to, huh?
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    Jan 22, 2015 8:31 PM GMT
    davidingeorgia saidHe probably had surgery done on his nose at one time and they did a skin graph from another part of his body that happened to grow hair and used it on his nose..

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    What?
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    Jan 22, 2015 8:42 PM GMT
    mindgarden saidLive long enough, and strange hairs will sprout out of your body just about everywhere. icon_eek.gif Fortunately, in many cases, it will be just one, and after you pluck it out it never comes back again. (In other cases, you're not so lucky.)

    The really weird thing is, when you notice them, they are already thick, dark, and like, 3/4-inch long. Like they just grew while you were sleeping, like a magic beanstalk. The alternative is that they've been there all week, people staring at them, and you never even thought to look there for a hair. icon_redface.gif

    Wait another 15 years, at my age, and you will be amazed at where hairs appear!

    But I expect them, I'm looking for them, so they don't get to be 3/4-inch. It's a manageable issue, just not one I was anticipating with aging. icon_sad.gif