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Old 11-19-2008, 08:05 PM   #16
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it's actually been said that our hair genes come evenly from both sides.

if i ever go bald i am definitely wearing a wig.
I've seen your hair. I don't think you have anything to worry about. You have very nice hair.
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Hey why not, lol. That's what a lot of balding men do when they're losing their hair. A bald head looks better than the Trump combover.
Yep. And I'm breaking the gender stereotype while doing it too. I don't know that I'll have thinning hair, but at least I'm not lint-rolling my clothes for shedded hair before I step out.

God, I wish Donald would just embrace his baldness! WE KNOW YOU'RE BALD, SO JUST CUT THE COMB-FRONT OFF AND BE DONE WITH IT.
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I've seen your hair. I don't think you have anything to worry about. You have very nice hair.
thank you. but i worry i won't have it someday and if that's the case, i'm going to wear a wig. i won't ever let myself be bald.
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Hey why not, lol. That's what a lot of balding men do when they're losing their hair. A bald head looks better than the Trump combover.
That's what my dad did. Ever since I was little I remember him getting more and more bald as the years went on, and then one day he said screw it, and shaved it all off.
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That's what my dad did. Ever since I was little I remember him getting more and more bald as the years went on, and then one day he said screw it, and shaved it all off.
I bet he never regretted it either. You have beautiful hair Ashlee, so long and thick. I think certain shampoos cause hair to fall out. Fructis or whatever it's called makes my hair come out in bunches, so I threw it out, lol.
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That's what my dad did. Ever since I was little I remember him getting more and more bald as the years went on, and then one day he said screw it, and shaved it all off.
I'd wear a wig.
But then again I am much too shallow and vain for my own good.
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I bet he never regretted it either. You have beautiful hair Ashlee, so long and thick. I think certain shampoos cause hair to fall out. Fructis or whatever it's called makes my hair come out in bunches, so I threw it out, lol.
Pantene did it for me. Haven't used it since 2002, I think. And I refuse to use it.
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I bet he never regretted it either. You have beautiful hair Ashlee, so long and thick. I think certain shampoos cause hair to fall out. Fructis or whatever it's called makes my hair come out in bunches, so I threw it out, lol.
Thank you. My dad's hair was really thick too, and so is my mom's. I think his losing hair was really all about genes, though. It was always receeding.

But that's the thing, I guess I don't worry about my hair falling out in the shower because I have so much of it lol (hell, I embrace it...thick hair can be a pain). Besides, I really do think it's normal anyway. I guess it would be more of an issue with guys.
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Thank you. My dad's hair was really thick too, and so is my mom's. I think his losing hair was really all about genes, though. It was always receeding.

But that's the thing, I guess I don't worry about my hair falling out in the shower because I have so much of it lol (hell, I embrace it...thick hair can be a pain). Besides, I really do think it's normal anyway. I guess it would be more of an issue with guys.

lol. what i want to know is why so many guys freak out when they are going bald, if they can just buy a convincing wig.
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lol. what i want to know is why so many guys freak out when they are going bald, if they can just buy a convincing wig.
Hope I don't offend anyone, but I think it's all an ego thing. If they lose their hair, they lose part of their manliness...I guess. It belongs to them and suddenly they can't have it anymore if that makes sense. lol, that's if you want to get all psychological about it.
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Hope I don't offend anyone, but I think it's all an ego thing. If they lose their hair, they lose part of their manliness...I guess. It belongs to them and suddenly they can't have it anymore if that makes sense. lol, that's if you want to get all psychological about it.

see, for me i'd be so concerned that women (and men) would find other men with hair more attractive than me if i lost mine, so i'd wear a wig so to anyone who didn't know, it'd look like i had hair.
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see, for me i'd be so concerned that women (and men) would find other men with hair more attractive than me if i lost mine, so i'd wear a wig so to anyone who didn't know, it'd look like i had hair.
Yeah, feelings like that are probably another aspect to the insecurity. But I don't think you have anything to worry about for awhile, if at all.
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happens to me too. i don't think i lose much, but it's still pretty bad on the drain since the strands are over three feet long.
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Yeah, feelings like that are probably another aspect to the insecurity. But I don't think you have anything to worry about for awhile, if at all.
haha. my maternal grandfather is bald, my dad still has most of his hair but has a receding hairline, and my paternal grandfather had a full head of hair. and everyone on my maternal grandmother's side had all their hair, and a LOT of it too. but my uncle on my dad's side has been bald since age 20.
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I always lose a few strands in the shower too. Glad I'm not alone
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