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    Fine, so long as you're admitting you're dependent.

    The hat is your drug baud, when you're feeling weak. It's your crutch.
    If you're okay with that, then that's fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clandestine View Post
    Fine, so long as you're admitting you're dependent.

    The hat is your drug baud, when you're feeling weak. It's your crutch.
    If you're okay with that, then that's fine.
    I know someone who has worn a hairpiece for so long, I don't remember him ever being without one. Talk about being hooked on covering up hair loss. It's one of those that is so dense that you can't see the scalp at the part, even up close. Ball caps are uncomfortable, but I can't imagine how miserable a hair piece must be to wear day in and day out. It's my understanding one has to glue those on. When you take it off, it must rip out whatever hair a person has left on top. Ball caps are uncomfortable in my experience. I enjoy wearing a bandanna. They are extremely comfortable, and protect your head from overexposure to the sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clandestine View Post
    Fine, so long as you're admitting you're dependent.

    The hat is your drug baud, when you're feeling weak. It's your crutch.
    If you're okay with that, then that's fine.
    If a hat makes you feel better, and more confident, I don't think there is anything wrong with wearing it. In our lives, we meet many people for just one or few times. If you think they would treat you better if they don't see your bald head, then I think its fine to wear a hat.

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    uhhh besides the hat situation how can i post a thread?

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