Originally Posted by Proper
Lol yeah. Did you hear about the twitter thing when some kid was making fun of a boxer that lost a match and the boxer offered 1000 bucks to anyone who would provide him with the kids info and he literally got it within minutes and was on his way driving towards the kids home. The kid found out and apologized like crazy.
If only more people were like that boxer (mainly cause he had the money to blow and he can back his shit up), then the internet wouldn't be a place full of pansies and liars. There was a video of it on worldstarhiphop.com. They were both interviewed. Funny stuff.
Bloody hell, I'd say that kid learned his lesson!
As for the liars on the internet bit, you are correct - this forum is infested with them unfortunately. If a man is a NW 4-7 and is gone past the point of no return, then I can sympathise with them and I accept that their best option in maintaining a somewhat decent appearance is to go down the "bic it off and accept baldness" route. I am also never nasty to them, online or in real life, as many in society are, whether it's women rejecting them, or blokes calling them slapheads and taking the p!ss out of them. However, while I sympathise with them, I just don't believe they belong on a forum like this given that (as drybone has already pointed out) this is a forum devoted to hair retention and restoration for MPB sufferers.
I also think petty jealousy may unfortunately be at hand here amongst some of the posters on BTT. I think it's just a given that humans look better with hair on their head, and just as women will often try and take down women they consider better looking than they are, there seems to be a jealous streak amongst many posters here with the underlying tone of "if I can't have it, then why should you?". Honestly, I think a lot of posters here would be better off on "bald is great/ embrace your baldness" forums such as Sly Bald Guys. Anybody who comes to a forum dedicated to people who are trying their best to overcome their MPB before it is too late with a "just bic it off, life moves on" approach is wasting their time.
I honestly hate my MPB with a passion and I just hope I can overcome it (sadly I may not) with medications and a HP or two down the line. The "bic it off" brigade can preach the "bald is beautiful" mantra all they want here, but for me such advice falls on deaf ears, because I don't want to become bald and have every intention of fighting my MPB.