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    Default Guys with mature hairlines

    As a norwood 2 it freaks me out, and often I seek real life examples to make me feel better, because it tells me that the mature hairline DOES exist - anyway here goes:

    Jordan knight:




    Now:







    My hairline is like his.

    Pierce Brosnan:



    Now:






    Anyway post away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    Mature hairlines, yeah right. Notice, how guys who are top models NEVER get "mature hairlines". They are NW1 for life. Mature hairline is just the nice way of saying "genetically inferior subhuman scum". I hate my life.
    I think both guys look great with a slightly "receeded" hairline.

    Brosnan looks distinguished.

    If however he was NW6 bald. Different story.

    Point of this thread is to SHOW that indeed guys receed a bit and it stops for ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    They look great, because they are beautiful and have perfect features. 99% of us aren't.

    Bruce Willis also looks great with his bald look, but Bruce Willis is only one among 7 billion people.

    What are your chances?
    Well thats it - there is nothing we can do.

    TBH rather pierce brosnans hair, then NW6 , and I am sure it is the same for you too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    Mature hairlines, yeah right. Notice, how guys who are top models NEVER get "mature hairlines". They are NW1 for life. Mature hairline is just the nice way of saying "genetically inferior subhuman scum". I hate my life.
    You'd rather be some no name ass model who gets forgotten in a year (if that) than Pierce Brosnan? You get crazier everyday, brah.

    No contest. He's James Bond and they're insignificant pretty boys. Clothes hang well on models. B*tches hang well on Brosnan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey Jones View Post
    You'd rather be some no name ass model who gets forgotten in a year (if that) than Pierce Brosnan? You get crazier everyday, brah.

    No contest. He's James Bond and they're insignificant pretty boys. Clothes hang well on models. B*tches hang well on Brosnan.
    Thats a good point scorpion, they could have chosen a model with a straight hairline to play james bond, but they opted for pierce.

    Irony is I am a big fan of james bond and loved his hairsyle.

    ****, ended up getting it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    This is his wife:



    He was NW1 when he played Bond.
    Watch the world is not enough and die another day - he wasnt a NW1

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    Daniel Craig NW 2.5-3


    John Hamm NW 2


    John Slattery (who is only 49) NW 3


    Sean Connery NW 2.5


    Mitt Romney NW2


    Kiefer Sutherland NW 3.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    This is his wife:
    Let's be fair. He married into a whole different situation:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    John Hamm is NW1. Other guys have beautiful faces, but would look better as NW1.
    I disagree, Hamm is a NW2 with a classic "mature hairline".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
    Mature hairlines, yeah right. Notice, how guys who are top models NEVER get "mature hairlines". They are NW1 for life. Mature hairline is just the nice way of saying "genetically inferior subhuman scum". I hate my life.
    I really wish you would stop going on about your NW1 model hairline.

    99.9% of men aren't models and I doubt if you are model material whether you are NW1 or NW-1000!!!!

    And besides you seem like the kind of shallow person who, even if they did have a NW1 hairline, would pick fault in some other aspect of your appearance!!

    I don't mean to have a go, but its beginning to dick me off having to listen to you whinge about not having a NW1 hairline and not being a model and wanting to die because of it!!! It's pathetic. Yeah you haven't got a NW1 hairline like 99% of the rest of the adult male population, get over it and stop acting like an insecure child, you hair isn't even that bad anyway!!!!

    You need counseling not hair loss products!!

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