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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

I'm willing to confess to having a weakness for men with long hair, even when they're going a little thin on top (Francis Rossi comes to mind), as long as it's kept clean; unwashed, greasy hair is horrible.

My OH went through a mid-life crisis in his forties and for several years wore his hair in a long pony-tail.... he's also bearded, which I think is the case with DB?
It suited him, but once the grey outnumbered the brown it did became slightly daft looking and he eventually agreed to a severe haircut; I still have the offending item somewhere.
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Old 11.11.2019, 23:13
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

this thread needs pics....


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Old 11.11.2019, 23:28
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

.....and Chabal.... 😊
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Old 11.11.2019, 23:57
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Personally, I feel men should be even more attentative towards their wives in private matters during this time. A happy wife is a happy life.
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Old 12.11.2019, 00:00
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this thread needs pics....



oh i forgot to say, this is not DB in real life, incase some of you laydeez got all excited...
(plus i get to repost momoa again...)
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Old 12.11.2019, 00:21
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oh i forgot to say, this is not DB in real life, incase some of you laydeez got all excited...
(plus i get to repost momoa again...)
Tbtg; that bloke has moobs, needs his beard trimming, and a good scrub.
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Old 12.11.2019, 00:23
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Tbtg; that bloke has moobs, needs his beard trimming, and a good scrub.
Itís time we embrace those imperfect bodies.
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Short hair=conformism. Long hair=not going with the norm. A deep thinker
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Old 12.11.2019, 08:16
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Is this thread a none-too-subtle dig at a certain mod?
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Is this thread a none-too-subtle dig at a certain mod?
Yes, there was no love lost between DB and Slaphead.

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Short hair=conformism. Long hair=not going with the norm. A deep thinker
Like Peter Stringfellow and David Beckham.
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Old 12.11.2019, 08:42
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Like Peter Stringfellow and David Beckham.
i was thinking more 'the rock' and jesus but your analogy works too
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Old 12.11.2019, 08:43
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So, as a gentleman approaching middle age,
I see you've got the denial part of a mid-life crisis well in hand.
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Old 12.11.2019, 08:45
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Naaah, I just let her think so.
But you did cut your hair short though, didn't you?

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Old 12.11.2019, 09:09
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

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When I first met my OH she said:
"You'd look terrific with short hair".
What she meant was:
"Get your hair cut you scruffy b##stard".
Did 'ya?

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Sure but do we have to start with moobs?

DB, if you look anything like your avatar, I'd say naaaa. Bald at the temples like that and long hair .... nope.
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

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So, as a gentleman approaching middle age, I was thinking it was high time I had a mid-life crisis. You know, recapture the lost glories of my youth, that kind of thing.

I can't afford a Ferrari, and value my balls too much to entertain the thought of getting a mistress, so I thought, perhaps, that I could grow my hair out. You see, as a young man, and an afficiando of thrash metal, I once had marvellous locks down to my shoulders and beyond, which filled those lucky young ladies who had the opportunity to stroke it into raptures of delight. I was, for sure, a veritable Absolom.

So what do you think? Is long hair attractive on the older man? Do you like it with a touch of grey? With ponytail, in a bun, or loose?

I'm all ears, as long as they're still visible!
Well at least long hair gives something for the women to play with if everything else is lost
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Let's be honest DB. That book that you use to indoctrinate your kids says that having long hair makes you all powerful and cutting it is a bad idea, so you should probably do that and keep the scissors away from the missus.

One only needs to look on here to see the power of long hair in action.
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Well who was it in ancient mythology that lost all his power when they cut his hair off?
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Old 12.11.2019, 09:27
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Re: Laydeeez, you love the locks, yes? Yes?

Please don't, get a tattoo or grow a beard instead...but not a grey ponytail. That look only works on a few young men (i.e. Robert Plant at the height of Zeppelin) if at all.
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Old 12.11.2019, 09:43
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name one.
Nuno Bettencourt.
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