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    Quote Originally Posted by baldy1990 View Post
    haha imagine me seeing my 70 old year dad with full head of hear while me balding
    I hear you. I seriously hate seeing old people with perfect hair; it's likely irrational, but I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clandestine View Post
    I hear you. I seriously hate seeing old people with perfect hair; it's likely irrational, but I do.
    Yes. A guest conductor for one of my honor bands had an incredibly thick mane of perfectly silvered hair, so good that i looked like a wig (but i don't think it was) This guy was 70+. I hated him so much, just for having what I couldn't.

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    I am the opposite. I hate seeing bald people who are clearly doing nothing/never did anything to treat their problem. They are living a lie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aames View Post
    I am the opposite. I hate seeing bald people who are clearly doing nothing/never did anything to treat their problem. They are living a lie!
    Think again before you talk.You cant fight your genes and dont talk about propecia,why they should **** up with their hormones and health.I bet they ones that they dont care have better lives than we that care and that is what it counts.A true man is the one who has confidence right?They just go with what they have instead of crying of what they dont,sure they are better with hair but they are trying the best they can with what nature gives them.And i'm sure that taking a pill to not go bald can make worse your problem and dont tell me that they are few that have side effects,it's not all about sex drive,what about your prostate,what about the long term effects.So dont blame bald for doing nothing,even if they cant accept it like me they may dont go on meds,if i had a safe option sure i'll go with it but there isnt.It is like accusing people who are fat or big nose for not going to make a surgery,nobody is perfect man.

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    This guy looks ok bald? Heck, this is how I want to look...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus View Post



    This guy looks ok bald? Heck, this is how I want to look...
    Nothing special, even I look better than him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aames View Post
    I am the opposite. I hate seeing bald people who are clearly doing nothing/never did anything to treat their problem. They are living a lie!
    I rather be bald then risking unknown long term side effects of propecia. In an other forum, I saw this guy complaining that he is suspecting that long term use of propecia has increased cortisol levels in his body. And you know what high cortisol levels can do, it can give you diabetes, blood pressure, insomnia, kidney disease and what not. Many propecia users complain of not having deep refreshening sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldy1990 View Post
    i'll tell you what,.Being the biggest fan of Paul Maccartney in the forum i can tell you how unfair life is.Paul Maccartney has the bald gene,his father was completely bald!His son is bald and he hasnt reach his 40's yet but Paul had all his life beautiful head of hair.And that is to show you how unfair life is,he has a massive talent and his hair while his son and father were bald and not as talented.
    Doesn't matter. With all his hair intact, he still looks very ugly. Goes to show you that hair alone doesn't make you handsome. On the other hand look at Zidane, how handsome he is even bald. Hair is very overrated IMO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldozer View Post
    I rather be bald then risking unknown long term side effects of propecia. In an other forum, I saw this guy complaining that he is suspecting that long term use of propecia has increased cortisol levels in his body. And you know what high cortisol levels can do, it can give you diabetes, blood pressure, insomnia, kidney disease and what not. Many propecia users complain of not having deep refreshening sleep.
    I would rather have all of those side effects you listed than be bald. Everyone taking fin blames whatever the hell is wrong with them on it anyway, so who knows what it actually does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldozer View Post
    Nothing special, even I look better than him.
    You must be hot...

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