Well, I finally did it.

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Enigma, you are a STUDLY looking guy with a great haircut!! I LIKE it!!!!!!!!!!!1111
 
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enigma said:
Now, let's hope that the chicks will swoon and throw themselves at me. :yuck:
That requires lots of fruit juice.
 
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enigma said:
I wanted to go with a haircut like Goran Visnjic has, but unfortunately because of the undercuts and the donation, I didn't have enough to work with.
Hey! You should try Jude law
http://www.imdb.com/gallery/ss/0375...U-CN-2154_R.jpg?path=gallery&path_key=0375173
http://www.imdb.com/gallery/ss/0375173/Ss/0375173/097_CSU-CN-4286.jpg?path=gallery&path_key=0375173
The out of bed look is easy to maintain with some gel/wax: just mold the hair in different directions and you're set :biggrin:

btw it must be weird without the long hair right?
I recently had a 12 inches cut off my hair, now it's still to my waist but it feels really short :redface:
 
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Congratulations man!

I don't know who are those guys of the portraits, but under the assumption they are family of yours, I think you have experimented some pressure of them in order to get your hair cut. Military thinkings are don't match with your previous head.... :tongue2:

I hope the hairdresser didn't need a saw... :rofl:
 
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Monique said:
btw it must be weird without the long hair right?
I recently had a 12 inches cut off my hair, now it's still to my waist but it feels really short :redface:
It's so wierd. I'm finding out a bunch about my little nervous tics.

Apparantly, about two or three times an hour I used to reach for my brush to brush out my hair.

At least once an hour, I used to reach back to re-do the polytail.

Probably why I used to always have split ends.

Oh, and this morning in the shower, I splotched entirely too much shampoo on my hand. At least I'll save money on that, considering I'll be spending two to three times as much on haircuts.

And it was my friend's house where the pictures were taken. You can even (barely) see his wedding photo in the back right. The pictures are of my friend's wife's brothers, neither of which I've met for more than 3 minutes.
 
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The hair on the back of my head has never, that I can remember, reached the neckline of a non-collared shirt.
 
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enigma said:
I'M NOT BALD
I keep telling myself the same thing.
 
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russ_watters said:
The hair on the back of my head has never, that I can remember, reached the neckline of a non-collared shirt.
That's because you're a Republican engineer. It's part of the dress code. I've seen the memo. :tongue2: :biggrin: It's okay, one of my best friends is a Republican ex-engineer, so even though I give you a hard time about it, it's all in fun.
 
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enigma said:
It's so wierd. I'm finding out a bunch about my little nervous tics.

Apparantly, about two or three times an hour I used to reach for my brush to brush out my hair.

At least once an hour, I used to reach back to re-do the polytail.

Probably why I used to always have split ends.
Nah, I have split ends and only brush my hair twice a day. Don't know if the ponytail has anything to do with it. I've always had long hair, my whole life. I can't imagine it suddenly being gone. Seems weird. But I bet you are now done in the shower in record time! I know it takes me forever to rinse shampoo out of my hair, and then there's conditioner, which you can't live without if you have long hair.

I'm going to have to take a picture of my hair flipped over like in your before pictures and show you had frighteningly similar it looks. Then you'll feel really glad you got a masculine haircut now. :biggrin: :rofl:
 
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Not having a haircut in years would explain the dead ends :rollseyes:

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I'm going to have to take a picture of my hair flipped over like in your before pictures and show you had frighteningly similar it looks. Then you'll feel really glad you got a masculine haircut now. :biggrin: :rofl:
I once was sitting at the end of the bed where my bf was sleeping in, after we had watched the movie The Ring. He woke up and startled, thinking he saw Sadako (http://www.geocities.com/eigakai/sadako.jpg) :surprised :rofl:
 
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Men with scary hair. My #1 pick - Donald Trump.

http://www.gazette.uwo.ca/2004/April/07/Pics/09A%20Donald%20Trump.jpg [Broken]

http://www.ex-iwp.org/images/Rogues/Donald%20Trump.jpg [Broken]

With all his money, you'd think he could afford a decent haircut. He's sporting a bit of a mullet in that last one. :bugeye:
 
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Donald can afford to look like that :rofl:
 
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Astronuc said:
Donald can afford to look like that :rofl:
I sure can't.
 
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Okay, I just had to show Enigma how much his old hair looks like my hair. How similar does this look to his "down 1" before photo? :rofl:

http://img17.exs.cx/img17/2065/cousinit8uq.jpg
 
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Moonbear said:
Okay, I just had to show Enigma how much his old hair looks like my hair. How similar does this look to his "down 1" before photo? :rofl:

http://img17.exs.cx/img17/2065/cousinit8uq.jpg
Why do you have your own pictures of enigma? :biggrin:
 
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You guys are crazy: The Donald's hair rocks!
 
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franznietzsche said:
Why do you have your own pictures of enigma? :biggrin:
:blushing: :shy: :blushing: What happens in New Orleans, stays in New Orleans. :rofl:

Hey, tribdog, can you tell the hair is blonde now?
 
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Maybe, I swear to you I still see some red in there. Maybe I have a cataract or my monitor is messed up. You are beautiful either way.
 
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Moonbear said:
:blushing: :shy: :blushing: What happens in New Orleans, stays in New Orleans. :rofl:

Hey, tribdog, can you tell the hair is blonde now?

Poly Gras is here!!!

WOOO WEEEE!!!!

another excuse to get drunk and wake up in someone else's bed who's name i don't remember!!!
 
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franznietzsche said:
Poly Gras is here!!!

WOOO WEEEE!!!!

another excuse to get drunk and wake up in someone else's bed who's name i don't remember!!!
I don't remember ever sleeping in a bed that had a name.
 
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tribdog said:
I don't remember ever sleeping in a bed that had a name.

:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Well that explains my confusion at the time.

Actually, i've never woken up somewhere else, i'm a safe drunk. o:)
 
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franznietzsche said:
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Well that explains my confusion at the time.

Actually, i've never woken up somewhere else, i'm a safe drunk. o:)
Does that mean you lure the women to your place, or they won't go out with you even when it's 3 AM, and they're drunk and still alone? :biggrin:

Wait, just so I don't insult anyone, let me add a few more of these: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:
 
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Moonbear said:
Does that mean you lure the women to your place, or they won't go out with you even when it's 3 AM, and they're drunk and still alone? :biggrin:

Wait, just so I don't insult anyone, let me add a few more of these: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

Well, i have the problem of being something of an elitist (as if the rest of you didn't already know that), and as a result, most of the women annoy me too much for me to put up with them long enough(even drunk). (to be fair that applies to most guys as well, but with them the problem isn't as, well problematic.). I'm just not a people person in general really.

Isn't there anyone who can discuss kafka without looking like a moron? Is that so much to ask for? (yeah, i know it is, thats not the point.)
 
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Monique said:
Not having a haircut in years would explain the dead ends :rollseyes:
I had about 4 haircuts a year. Always took 2-5cm off the ends each time. It was the general style that never changed.
 

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