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Losing your hair

Discussion in 'Randomination' started by Mr_B, 16 Jan 2019.

  1. Spursman

    Spursman Neil Ruddock

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    SMP is an option for me. My scar has been camouflaged with SMP but not enough for my liking. Transplant scars are very difficult to work with. They are whiter in comparison to the surrounding area and the smp ink sometimes fades or doesnt take too well to the scar. I had about 3 procedures done on it but its still too visible in my opinion.

    The transplant worked fine and all the transplant hair has survived. I was bald in the crown beforehand, with limited supply i choose to do the front third on my head to frame my face and small amounts in my crown, just enough for hair fibres to stay in place. I would say the sides have receded down slightly but I've always been thin. I wasn't the best candidate for a transplant in the first place but i felt i had to do something.

    I was on propecia for nearly 10 years, it certainly didn't grow any of my hair back but id say i didn't lose any more. The downside is, it seemed to give me weaker boners haha. Soon as i stopped i could tell the difference. Maybe it was just the change of girlfriend :)

    Hair is like money, you always want more that's probably what happened in Townsend's case. He got his SMP done by the same person as me. Some people are just genetically lucky to have good hair, they dont know any different. I can't really remember a time i was happy with my hair.

    if you need any advise i think im well suited to offer it. Although my transplant was done a while ago.
     
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  2. spitshine

    spitshine Bobby Mimms

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    I would definitely shave it all off if losing my hair.
    Got grey on the sides becoming more prominent now but I think that’s down to drinking more caffeine etc.
     
  3. K.D.D.D.D.Soc

    K.D.D.D.D.Soc Edgar Davids

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    I think its horrible for young men to lose their hair so early in their life, there must be something in the environment or food. I'm in my 70's and still see 5 or 6 old school pals and only one has lost his hair, yet virtually all of my sons mates have or are losing theirs.
     
  4. Daisuk

    Daisuk Johnny Morrison

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    Its the blue light in smartphones. :p my generation can't stop staring at them.
     
  5. Danishfurniturelover

    Danishfurniturelover Jack Jull

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    Too much masturbation, it takes out all the testosterone which is what makes hair grow. Which is why when I spunk I always try to drink it afterwards. If it is inside the wife then she has to squat over a pudding bowel for 5 minutes afterwards to get as much juice back as possible. If it is a tommy tank then that same pudding bowel is used for collection.

    The are health benefits that are now well known to washing your face with urine and drinking your urine, well the is the same benefits to your own semen.
     
  6. greatwhitenorf

    greatwhitenorf Sergei Rebrov

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    I was a competitive mullet grower in my glory days, a progression from trying to emulate Robert Plant's or Frank Zappa's wild mops - with some success - in my youth. Until it became clear as I approached 35 that my father's genetic legacy was beginning to take hold. Or that the kids were to blame.

    It helped that I have been most happily married to my university sweetheart and never worried about attracting other women. I'm in good shape (6 ' tall, 34" waist), live an active, productive life and don't worry much about what my hair is doing. If you look after your health and physical condition and present a positive face to the world, you'll do fine in life.

    Started cutting mine shorter and shorter because it looked better and I enjoy the minimal maintenance it requires. Still have a few bits to move around on top but it all gets trimmed nice and short every 3-4 weeks by my barber from Baghdad, Ahmed, a reliable and worldly man whom I enjoy rambling, relaxing chats with.
     
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  7. AuroRaman

    AuroRaman Jonathan Woodgate

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    Best Tinder Profile Ever
     
  8. Kenyan Spur

    Kenyan Spur Milenko Acimovic

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    I am 71, going to be 72 in April.
    I still have all my hair.
    No receding at all.
    The hair started greying at the temples when I was 50+
    Now it is salt & pepper, but all the hair is still there.
    I go to the barber every 3 months. Get a short cut that is fine till
    the 3rd. month.
    Hair cuts are relatively well priced here.
    I get a shampoo, hair cut and a 15 minute head and shoulder massage :),
    for the equivalent of 8 UK Pounds.
    I will probably be dead before I lose my hair.
    I believe it is genetics AND life style, diet etc.
     
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  9. LemonadeMoney

    LemonadeMoney Steffen Iversen

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    Excuse me sport, I hope you don’t mind me interrupting, only the wife and I noticed that I happen to have considerably more hair than you.
    [​IMG]
     
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  10. PochettinoPochettinoPochettino

    PochettinoPochettinoPochettino Serge Aurier

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    Im constantly worrying about my hair although I am told by my wife and everyone I know that I am not going bald. But I can tell that my front hairline is thinner than it was when I was 30, although from pictures I look back at I cant really tell.

    It definitely is thinner than it was when I was 21, im 36 next month but always think if you get past 35 and you have your hair then this is what you will pretty much have going forward?

    I think Im just paranoid to fcuk but I did try and grow long hair recently but looked at myself and thought you are pathetic, plus I tried for a laugh the curtains look and my centre parting looked so big and my front bit of hair so thin. Back to the quiff it was and my wife said it looks like I have more hair than I did growing it.
     
  11. Bullet

    Bullet Les Ferdinand

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    Nope, sorry fella. My hair was thick at 38, not even a concern of mine... going pretty bald at 44.
    I just trim it short and don't give a damn really, nobody cares except yourself and I wasn't exactly Brad Pitt beforehand anyway.
    Don't bother spending thousands trying to save it, just do something more worthwhile with your time and money.
    And don't bother eating your own sperm.
     
  12. LemonadeMoney

    LemonadeMoney Steffen Iversen

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    So now we know. If you see a bald man, he's a clown shoe who doesn't eat his spunk. If you see a man with hair, don't try his puddings.
     
  13. SoundAndVision

    SoundAndVision Michael Brown

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    I've had 2 transplants and I take dutasteride. First point of call is finasteride or dutasteride if you're seriously losing it. Its either that or go bald make your choice basically.
     
  14. SoundAndVision

    SoundAndVision Michael Brown

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    It's easier to say that at 44.
    Going bald in your 20s is disgusting girls just don't want to know unless you're one of the 1% that can pull it off or you settle for a fat girl.
     
  15. Robbo

    Robbo John Lacy

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    Proper life advice, GG style.
     
  16. scaramanga

    scaramanga George Hunt Staff Member

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    How fat are we talking? Nobody wants to take a blubberwhale home, but slightly bigger girls (up to size 12) can be fun because they try harder.
     
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  17. SoundAndVision

    SoundAndVision Michael Brown

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    Fat fat. Size 12 is ok aslong as long as they are tallish.
     
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  18. Jon

    Jon John Lacy

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    Loving the male bravado on this thread!! :D
     

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