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The Ronco Spray on Hair!!!!I forgot all about that.

Hey, remember the Flow-be? You could give yourself that flat top haircut, and all the excess hair would be sucked up into your vaccum cleaner. All in one easy step! :D

But wouldn't a guy who's losing hair worry that more than the cut hair would be sucked into the vacuum cleaner!!??

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But wouldn't a guy who's losing hair worry that more than the cut hair would be sucked into the vacuum cleaner!!??

:lol: Yea--all the little hairs that are hanging on by a thread--gone! :o

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The Ronco Spray on Hair!!!!I forgot all about that.

Hey, remember the Flow-be? You could give yourself that flat top haircut, and all the excess hair would be sucked up into your vaccum cleaner. All in one easy step! :D

Now there's something a MAN invented! Now that's practical!

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Which do women prefer:

Balding man

Bald man

Comb over (regular, not TheDonald)

Hair is good

Balding is good

Bald is good

Comb over -very very bad!! :lol:

Why would a man want to do that?!

I mean it's not as if you can't tell he's going bald. :blink:

Be bald and be proud I say!!!

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For the record I've got plenty of hair. It's not nearly as nice as Steve's, but there is a lot of it, it's thick and it's REAL!

That Seinfeld epi. comes to mind - the one with Teri Hatcher "they're real and they're SPECTACULAR" :P

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For the record I've got plenty of hair. It's not nearly as nice as Steve's, but there is a lot of it, it's thick and it's REAL!

That Seinfeld epi. comes to mind - the one with Teri Hatcher "they're real and they're SPECTACULAR" :P

You sound defensive to me ...

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You sound defensive to me ...

...but not bald? :huh:

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When I go bald, I'll just comb my mullet foward....

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When I go bald, I'll just comb my mullet foward....

We'll need pictures of THAT! :P

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I saw an interesting hairstyle the other day on an older guy. A comb-over mohawk :blink:

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I saw an interesting hairstyle the other day on an older guy. A comb-over mohawk :blink:

Wow--trying to picture that! :blink::o

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I saw an interesting hairstyle the other day on an older guy. A comb-over mohawk :blink:

He ought to get a patent on that.

http://www.totallyabsurd.com/extremecombover.htm

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When I go bald, I'll just comb my mullet foward....

Good thinking--planning ahead.....

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CPR for your potty? :huh:

http://totallyabsurd.com/toiletsnorkel.htm :blink:

Somebody has plugged the toilet one too many times. :o

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...but not bald? :huh:

I dunno. All we've seen around here is your backside.

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CPR for your potty? :huh:

http://totallyabsurd.com/toiletsnorkel.htm :blink:

Somebody has plugged the toilet one too many times. :o

LMAO !!LOL! :lol: Richard you are so funny!!

With 2 coeliacs in my house (one of them still on gluten for biopsy) you seriously do not want to take your chances doing that in my house!!!! :lol:

I dunno. All we've seen around here is your backside.

I concur ! How can we assess whether Richard is follicularily ( is that a word? :blink: ) challenged unless we can see him.

Richard-are you scared you wouldn't match up to Steve's lustrous locks?

:lol::lol:

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LMAO !!LOL! :lol: Richard you are so funny!!

With 2 coeliacs in my house (one of them still on gluten for biopsy) you seriously do not want to take your chances doing that in my house!!!! :lol:

Did you read the text below it? It's real use is as an emergency breathing device for hi-rise building fires. Hmmm, I think I would take my chances with the fire escape before inhaling sewer gas!

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CPR for your potty? :huh:

http://totallyabsurd.com/toiletsnorkel.htm :blink:

Somebody has plugged the toilet one too many times. :o

I'd rather take my chances siphoning gasoline ....

Did you read the text below it? It's real use is as an emergency breathing device for hi-rise building fires. Hmmm, I think I would take my chances with the fire escape before inhaling sewer gas!

OMGosh!!!! You've GOT to be kidding!

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I concur ! How can we assess whether Richard is follicularily ( is that a word? :blink: ) challenged unless we can see him.

Richard-are you scared you wouldn't match up to Steve's lustrous locks?

:lol::lol:

Steve wins hands down. I'll see if i can dig up a picture... <_<

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Steve wins hands down. I'll see if i can dig up a picture... <_<

He's looking for one from ten years ago!!

ROFLMAO, we STILL can't see what he looks like, but we can see the top of his not bald head!!!! :lol::lol::lol:

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He's looking for one from ten years ago!!

not quite <_<

2 Years ago pre-diagnosis. Man, I didn't realize how skinny I looked!

He's looking for one from ten years ago!!

ROFLMAO, we STILL can't see what he looks like, but we can see the top of his not bald head!!!! :lol::lol::lol:

You can call me "Wilson" :P

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not quite <_<

2 Years ago pre-diagnosis. Man, I didn't realize how skinny I looked!

I still get surprised when I see pictures of myself .... I don't think I look as skinny as I do in pics ... but I know I do. It's really funny because we lived here three years ago, and when we moved back, I thought it looked like everyone gained about 15 pounds ... but it was me who LOST weight!!

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...we STILL can't see what he looks like...

B)

I suppose you can't see me in this one either B)

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You can call me "Wilson" :P

Funny--Wilson :lol:

I have a picture that was taken 5 months pre Dx. My face was ghostly white, puffy and my eyes didn't look open all the way. Truly scary :o

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Funny--Wilson :lol:

I have a picture that was taken 5 months pre Dx. My face was ghostly white, puffy and my eyes didn't look open all the way. Truly scary :o

I had always been skinny and I worked as a land surveyor, so I was on my feet all day - great exercise tromping through the woods - so i never thought 2x about it. I wasn't really sick!

Scary is right!

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