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Postby OhBoyOhBortles » Thu May 28, 2015 1:03 pm

[img]bluesteel[/img]

Headed to get a haircut after work today, going to get my mop trimmed to match the length of the beard I'm working on. Going for a soon-to-be lion's mane kind of look.
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Postby Kinky John » Thu May 28, 2015 1:04 pm

OhBoyOhBortles wrote:Headed to get a haircut after work today, going to get my mop trimmed to match the length of the beard I'm working on. Going for a soon-to-be lion's mane kind of look.


You look nothing like OBOB

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Postby ILoveYou » Thu May 28, 2015 1:05 pm

OBOB with the multi-page PW. Had to scroll to see that man! The beard is a good look.

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Postby tuxedocat » Thu May 28, 2015 1:05 pm

WhiskeyAndCupcakes wrote:
alloverthat wrote:
tuxedocat wrote:This is from yesterday, but significant for two reasons: (1) new sunglasses and (2) my hair is naturally curly but I normally do not allow photographic evidence of this fact


Why tho? Curly hair looks better on almost all faces


Yeah. Your hair is great!


Aww thanks guys. It's just so unreliable, I have yet to develop a routine where it looks decent on a predictable basis. Yesterday was okay. I just always feel self-conscious about it.

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Postby Gray » Thu May 28, 2015 1:06 pm

Gray wrote:not mine - also naturally wavy, a fact most people are not aware of.

tuxedocat wrote:It's just so unreliable, I have yet to develop a routine where it looks decent on a predictable basis. Yesterday was okay. I just always feel self-conscious about it.

We understand each other.

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Postby OhBoyOhBortles » Thu May 28, 2015 1:07 pm

ILoveYou wrote:OBOB with the multi-page PW. Had to scroll to see that man! The beard is a good look.


if my face doesn't take up the whole screen, I'm unsatisfied with the pic. And thanks man, it's a work in progress.

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Postby tuxedocat » Thu May 28, 2015 1:07 pm

OhBoyOhBortles wrote:[img]

Headed to get a haircut after work today, going to get my mop trimmed to match the length of the beard I'm working on. Going for a soon-to-be lion's mane kind of look.


I like the suspense from the scrolling. You are cute and have nice eyes. Also, I agree with whoever said previously that you look about like they imagined.

TIL only hotties get senioritis

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Postby AOT » Thu May 28, 2015 1:09 pm

Gray wrote:
Gray wrote:not mine - also naturally wavy, a fact most people are not aware of.

tuxedocat wrote:It's just so unreliable, I have yet to develop a routine where it looks decent on a predictable basis. Yesterday was okay. I just always feel self-conscious about it.

We understand each other.


Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

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Postby Gray » Thu May 28, 2015 1:11 pm

alloverthat wrote:Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

Yeah I've seen your hair! it's totally different from mine. I just blow dry mine whenever I wash it and that's enough to straighten it.

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Postby ChemEng1642 » Thu May 28, 2015 1:11 pm

ughh no webcam easily available to PW :(

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Postby tuxedocat » Thu May 28, 2015 1:11 pm

alloverthat wrote:
Gray wrote:
Gray wrote:not mine - also naturally wavy, a fact most people are not aware of.

tuxedocat wrote:It's just so unreliable, I have yet to develop a routine where it looks decent on a predictable basis. Yesterday was okay. I just always feel self-conscious about it.

We understand each other.


Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

I remember thinking your hair is gorgeous in a previous PW. I wish my hair were either curlier or straighter. Being on the line of wavy and curly is really frustrating because sometimes it's just like "lol flat/frizzy FOAD."

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Postby Kinky John » Thu May 28, 2015 1:11 pm

Hand wrote:that's a Yale chin if I ever saw one, nice job Kinky John


Thanks, I wrote my 250 on chin privilege

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Postby AOT » Thu May 28, 2015 1:12 pm

Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

Yeah I've seen your hair! it's totally different from mine. I just blow dry mine whenever I wash it and that's enough to straighten it.


Oh yeah fair.. I forget that just blowdrying it straight is a thing people can do :cry:

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Postby IsThisForReal » Thu May 28, 2015 1:13 pm

Damn. I missed most of those.

This one's a few months old, but whatevs
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Postby Gray » Thu May 28, 2015 1:14 pm

alloverthat wrote:
Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

Yeah I've seen your hair! it's totally different from mine. I just blow dry mine whenever I wash it and that's enough to straighten it.


Oh yeah fair.. I forget that just blowdrying it straight is a thing people can do :cry:

just putting it in a bun is not something mine will do easily because it's too long and thick. :cry:

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Postby Kinky John » Thu May 28, 2015 1:15 pm

IsThisForReal wrote:Damn. I missed most of those.

This one's a few months old, but whatevs


Just pm hikko he'll send them to you

love the hair

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Postby AOT » Thu May 28, 2015 1:15 pm

Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:
Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

Yeah I've seen your hair! it's totally different from mine. I just blow dry mine whenever I wash it and that's enough to straighten it.


Oh yeah fair.. I forget that just blowdrying it straight is a thing people can do :cry:

just putting it in a bun is not something mine will do easily because it's too long and thick. :cry:


Woe, WOE is us

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Postby IsThisForReal » Thu May 28, 2015 1:16 pm

Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:
Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:Oh believe I understand you too. I just find constantly straightening it more of a pain in the ass than putting it up in a bun.

It took me like 22 years to feel comfortable wearing my hair curly, especially because mine is *super* curly and not very common where I grew up.

Yeah I've seen your hair! it's totally different from mine. I just blow dry mine whenever I wash it and that's enough to straighten it.


Oh yeah fair.. I forget that just blowdrying it straight is a thing people can do :cry:

just putting it in a bun is not something mine will do easily because it's too long and thick. :cry:

Gotta get those industrial hair-ties

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Postby AOT » Thu May 28, 2015 1:16 pm

and that's a nice dress isthisforreal

edit: yup I only use the huuge hairties for mine, and just do them round a few times

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Postby Gray » Thu May 28, 2015 1:20 pm

alloverthat wrote:and that's a nice dress isthisforreal

edit: yup I only use the huuge hairties for mine, and just do them round a few times

for me it's just that it's sleek so it doesn't stay in a nice shape and it's heavy so it just feels ughhh. The sock bun WORKS but its huge and looks like a formal updo.

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Postby TasmanianToucan » Thu May 28, 2015 1:21 pm

Oooh I want in on this!

For your consideration, a Toucan in Stewie PJs with an adult beverage, or as he calls it, "Tuesday."

Image

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Postby IsThisForReal » Thu May 28, 2015 1:22 pm

alloverthat wrote:and that's a nice dress isthisforreal

edit: yup I only use the huuge hairties for mine, and just do them round a few times

Thanks. It was a pantsuit originally. I thought it'd make a good dress. Here's the whole thing.

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Ignore the tall people. I made all the reception pies and didn't feel like setting everything up in heels.
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Postby IsThisForReal » Thu May 28, 2015 1:23 pm

Gray wrote:
alloverthat wrote:and that's a nice dress isthisforreal

edit: yup I only use the huuge hairties for mine, and just do them round a few times

for me it's just that it's sleek so it doesn't stay in a nice shape and it's heavy so it just feels ughhh. The sock bun WORKS but its huge and looks like a formal updo.

I need to learn how to do that.

Sup Toucan. You're a cutie




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