YOUNG GUYS! Here is the horrible fate that awaits you!

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    Dec 04, 2009 4:19 PM GMT
    When I took economics classes in school, I heard about the “redistribution of wealth.” A more useful topic for me in later life would have been the “redistribution of HAIR.”

    We all know how some men start losing the hair on their heads, and while luckier than many, I’ve still had the receding hairline, and now a thinning of my crown. And my hairy legs have gone smooth, my arms sparse, and my pubes thinning, too.

    But perhaps just as bad is the new hair that begins appearing in unwanted places, almost like a tit-for-tat deal: for every hair I lose in one place, a replacement appears somewhere else, in a place I don’t want. It’s like my total hair count has to remain constant, it just moves around.

    And where are those unwanted places? Well, my ear lobes and ear canals, for instance, keeping my tweezers busy, and have to I shave the tops of my ears daily. Or in my nose, so I had to buy a special electric trimmer. And then my back -- gorilla-city! My last 3 guys didn’t like it, so I had to keep it shaven, which they were willing to do in the shower (and me for one of them). Thank gawd my present partner isn’t bothered, though I feel embarrassed at the beach.

    Bottom line for many men: as you grow older, the battle of unwanted hairs will make your body more high-maintenance that it ever was before, assuming you don’t want to look like a homeless derelict. I suppose I should look into laser removal or something, if it’s really permanent in those places. Just nothing I ever anticipated when I was younger. Be forewarned of what awaits you.
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    Dec 04, 2009 4:25 PM GMT
    Tell me about it! It seems like every morning I'm plucking away new hairs from my ears, and the ones in the ear canal, don't make themselves visible until it's too late.

    If only the hair on my head would grow as fast as my nose hairs.icon_lol.gif
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    Dec 04, 2009 4:28 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    And where are those unwanted places? Well, my ear lobes and ear canals, for instance, keeping my tweezers busy, and have to I shave the tops of my ears daily. Or in my nose, so I had to buy a special electric trimmer. And then my back -- gorilla-city! My last 3 guys didn’t like it, so I had to keep it shaven, which they were willing to do in the shower (and me for one of them)..


    This is why God invented "The Laser" icon_eek.gif and wax isn't just for candles icon_smile.gif
  • HndsmKansan

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    Dec 04, 2009 4:29 PM GMT
    I must be a lucky one.. I haven't had many issues at all ..
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    Dec 04, 2009 4:48 PM GMT
    lol, Mr Kansan, just wait til 50!

  • ATLANTIS7

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    Dec 04, 2009 4:58 PM GMT
    All the Barber's here clip all the nose ear hairs out and you also get a neck shoulder massage to boot included in the hair cut!
  • natsimjac1988

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    Dec 04, 2009 5:00 PM GMT
    Jesus christ, couldnt u have let me live in denial a little while longer?!?! icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:05 PM GMT
    natsimjac1988 saidJesus christ, couldnt u have let me live in denial a little while longer?!?! icon_smile.gif

    Well, be comforted that you likely won't face this until an age double or more of your present one. And it does skip some men, or hit much later. But those of White European heritage are especially prone.
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:12 PM GMT
    So far so good with me. A full head of hair, no receeding hairline and tufs of hair growing out of my ears or nose. I credit the pastrami sandwhiches I eat.

    I wonder, if it doesn't happen after a certain age, will it never happen, or will I wake up one morning and say " oh boy, its starting?

    PS... some receeding hairline/bald guys are extremely sexy
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:19 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa saidWhen I took economics classes in school, I heard about the “redistribution of wealth.” A more useful topic for me in later life would have been the “redistribution of HAIR.”

    We all know how some men start losing the hair on their heads, and while luckier than many, I’ve still had the receding hairline, and now a thinning of my crown. And my hairy legs have gone smooth, my arms sparse, and my pubes thinning, too.

    But perhaps just as bad is the new hair that begins appearing in unwanted places, almost like a tit-for-tat deal: for every hair I lose in one place, a replacement appears somewhere else, in a place I don’t want. It’s like my total hair count has to remain constant, it just moves around.

    And where are those unwanted places? Well, my ear lobes and ear canals, for instance, keeping my tweezers busy, and have to I shave the tops of my ears daily. Or in my nose, so I had to buy a special electric trimmer. And then my back -- gorilla-city! My last 3 guys didn’t like it, so I had to keep it shaven, which they were willing to do in the shower (and me for one of them). Thank gawd my present partner isn’t bothered, though I feel embarrassed at the beach.

    Bottom line for many men: as you grow older, the battle of unwanted hairs will make your body more high-maintenance that it ever was before, assuming you don’t want to look like a homeless derelict. I suppose I should look into laser removal or something, if it’s really permanent in those places. Just nothing I ever anticipated when I was younger. Be forewarned of what awaits you.


    Bah, I've had issues with unwanted body hair since I was 20. Some of us just have unwanted hair all our lives. When I'm back in America and as soon as I can afford it, I'm so getting some permanent hair removal in places.
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:20 PM GMT
    I started losing my hair at 23. No biggie. I shave my head now.
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:21 PM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 saidI started losing my hair at 23. No biggie. I shave my head now.


    And me likey. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:23 PM GMT
    no it wont, i'm already getting laser hair removal, if i dont want it there, it wont be there.
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    Dec 04, 2009 5:23 PM GMT
    KissingPro saidSo far so good with me. A full head of hair, no receeding hairline and tufs of hair growing out of my ears or nose. I credit the pastrami sandwhiches I eat.

    I wonder, if it doesn't happen after a certain age, will it never happen, or will I wake up one morning and say " oh boy, its starting?

    PS... some receeding hairline/bald guys are extremely sexy

    A high hairline is common on both sides of my family, including the women, but I can't think of a single man who's been bald. YAY relatives!

    The back hair started to appear in my late 40s, the ears & nose in my early 50s. I lost my hairy calfs in my 30s, but I had thought that was due to motorcycling, from the jeans fabric flapping in the wind, causing lost hair first in those outside areas of my leg where the wind struck the most. I still don't know.
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    Dec 04, 2009 6:23 PM GMT
    Red_Vespa said
    YOUNG GUYS! Here is the horrible fate that awaits you!


    icon_eek.gif NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    icon_lol.gif Sorry.
  • rnch

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    Dec 04, 2009 6:29 PM GMT
    thank Gawd that my bf loves my body hair. we shave each other's Shaft & Sac but nothing else below the neck.

    i/he/we enjoy grinding our pec and ab hair into each other's..and he loves to rub my shoulder and back hair when i reverse cowboy him.

    this one just migh be a "keeper".... icon_cool.gif
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    Dec 04, 2009 6:48 PM GMT
    Thankfully, this hasn't happened to all of us.

    Both of my parents and grandparents have their natural hair.

    I shave my head voluntarily but just last year I grew dredlocks just to see if I still could.

    It took me about 2 months.

    I'm naturally smooth but find hairy guys way more attractive.

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    Dec 04, 2009 7:11 PM GMT
    is there anyway to stop such transformation from happening? Or is it just based purely in your genetic structure? My dad and grandfather dont show any of these signs of hair loss or excess hair growth in areas where hair should not be. My grandfather is 80 and hes a dredlock. My dad is 50 ad he looks young for his age and has no hair issues that i can see. So can we train our bodies not to produce these hairs or just lay back and just accept the fact that were gonna be hairy.
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    Dec 04, 2009 7:25 PM GMT
    tereseus1 saidis there anyway to stop such transformation from happening? Or is it just based purely in your genetic structure? My dad and grandfather dont show any of these signs of hair loss or excess hair growth in areas where hair should not be. My grandfather is 80 and hes a dredlock. My dad is 50 ad he looks young for his age and has no hair issues that i can see. So can we train our bodies not to produce these hairs or just lay back and just accept the fact that were gonna be hairy.
    i've read that the doner DNA gene for hair loss comes down from the mother's side.
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    Dec 04, 2009 7:30 PM GMT
    rnch said
    tereseus1 saidis there anyway to stop such transformation from happening? Or is it just based purely in your genetic structure? My dad and grandfather dont show any of these signs of hair loss or excess hair growth in areas where hair should not be. My grandfather is 80 and hes a dredlock. My dad is 50 ad he looks young for his age and has no hair issues that i can see. So can we train our bodies not to produce these hairs or just lay back and just accept the fact that were gonna be hairy.
    i've read that the doner DNA gene for hair loss comes down from the mother's side.


    well if thats the case then im spared from this hair loss as my mothers father died at the age of 100 and he had all his hair in his last moments on this earth..R.I.P papa.
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:23 PM GMT
    rnch said
    tereseus1 saidis there anyway to stop such transformation from happening? Or is it just based purely in your genetic structure? My dad and grandfather dont show any of these signs of hair loss or excess hair growth in areas where hair should not be. My grandfather is 80 and hes a dredlock. My dad is 50 ad he looks young for his age and has no hair issues that i can see. So can we train our bodies not to produce these hairs or just lay back and just accept the fact that were gonna be hairy.
    i've read that the doner DNA gene for hair loss comes down from the mother's side.


    So glad grandfathers on both sides had full heads of hair.

    ..and as for hair everywhere else it does not bother. Me, and I have it in nose, toes, and fingers it has not started in ear yet.. the only place I would keep trimmed is nipple hair. I dun know why but nipple hair just looks odd to me.
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:33 PM GMT
    Rawrly saidI haven't got a single bald person in my ancestry going back as far as I can remember (great-great-grandparents, don't have photos of all of the rest). Anyone in my family who is bald is a distant cousin who gets it from their other side of the family.

    And I don't have a forehead, I have more like a threehead icon_razz.gif


    Omg I get told all the the time that I do not have a forehead.
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:48 PM GMT
    now Im depressed...sigh
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:51 PM GMT
    natsimjac1988 saidJesus christ, couldnt u have let me live in denial a little while longer?!?! icon_smile.gif


    I'm going to second this one.
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    Dec 04, 2009 8:52 PM GMT
    Laser hair removal, bitch