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  • It's in my opinion that men look better clean shaven(more approachable, and friendlier), with the exception being those who have to accentuate for lack of hair on their head due to pattern baldness. In this case, they have to be muscular(or just big) also to draw attention away from their shiny head and in order to look less creepy and more intimidating.

    Thankfully, I don't have to do that. I'd sooner jump in front of a bus, no offense to those who dig that sort of thing.
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    • Originally posted by Sabine View Post
      I like moustaches, and full, though trimmed, beards. But goatees: NO. Soul patches: NO. Stragglies: NO. So, in spite of their cute, slightly risque name, I will have to say, cookie-dusters: NO!
      But, we have yet to really figure out a definition of "cookie duster"
      Originally posted by JoanieL View Post
      Yes. I probably have just gotten it wrong all these years. I often do. I amaze myself at how oblivious of things I often am. The good news is that when age starts making me ditsy, no one will notice because I've been this way since a very young age.
      That's her story and she's sticking to it.
      Originally posted by cori93437 View Post
      A cookie duster is really just a mustache... we were just extending the use a bit to include the chin hairs, since IME those tickle too.

      I prefer my husband(and a lot of men) with the mustache + chin beard combo. (Groomed, not shaggy.)
      Love it!
      I also like the long stubble all over stage if he shaves the cheeks and neck... scrumptious.

      And in similar news today this showed up in my FB timeline...
      http://io9.com/study-finds-bearded-m...s-my-493130473

      I also admit that every time MMA ref Mike Beltran gets into the ring to ref a fight... I tend to watch him more than the fighters.
      That 'Stache is AMAZING... and manly... and there is just no denying it.

      If I were single and that mountain of face hair and tattoos tried to pick me up in a bar... I'd likely be helpless. *the shame*
      Aha. Now we are getting to a definition. Oh, definitely. No shame involved. The tats don't do anything for me, but the shache is gorgeous.
      Originally posted by Derpamix View Post
      It's in my opinion that men look better clean shaven(more approachable, and friendlier), with the exception being those who have to accentuate for lack of hair on their head due to pattern baldness. In this case, they have to be muscular(or just big) also to draw attention away from their shiny head and in order to look less creepy and more intimidating.

      Thankfully, I don't have to do that. I'd sooner jump in front of a bus, no offense to those who dig that sort of thing.
      Serious question and absolutely no offense intended, Derp. Just curious. Are you gay?
      Last edited by Paleobird; 05-06-2013, 03:18 PM.

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      • Originally posted by Paleobird View Post
        Serious question and absolutely no offense intended, Derp. Just curious. Are you gay?
        None taken, and no, not gay, more comfortable with my sexuality and definitely metrosexual. I did at one point think I was bisexual, but once I actually tried to do things with a guy it became really awkward and infinitely unappealing. I find the female body to be artful and beautiful, soft, and delicate. I just often relate better with women due to being more sensitive, and I prefer to communicate through deeper emotional pathways rather than logical a lot of times, so I have more meaningful conversations with intelligent women rather than men.

        I have no issues bantering and slinging around curse words and shit with the guys though.

        I do like traps though, penises are pretty attractive too, especially when on a feminine body.
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        • Hmm... since I have a tendency to actually have a bit of a preference for big bald guys to guys with lots of head hair.
          I'll stick with bald + facial hair. Or just bald.

          I do occasionally run across guys with lots of head hair I find attractive as well, but I tend to like facial hair on them as well.

          I'm also a body hair fan.
          I have serious disdain for the waxed look that is so popular now. UGhhhhhh.
          So pubescent.
          Perhaps why I also don't like the very thin look on men. It looks twink, and that's not my thing.
          Also, being a taller woman, I'm not in for small men. Unless they are broader of build.

          Hairless I don't mind on women at all... but on men. Just. No.
          I'm fluid with more leanings toward women than men.
          It's much easier for me to find women I find very pleasing/attractive than men.
          “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
          ~Friedrich Nietzsche
          And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.

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          • Hulky has gotten most of his dad's genetics, which means largely Native American stock. He is the most Irish looking Native American descendant ever =P. Anyway, he is not very hairy! I like my Hulky as I like my fiancé: as he is. Never had a real preference to particular physical attributes before, but I really wanted a blond boy with light colored eyes when I was little (to match me, of course now my hair is darker when it's not pink or purple). When he grows in a beard, it looks great when it gets past the "ouch" stage, but he hates trimming it so it never stays for too long.
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            • Originally posted by cori93437 View Post
              I'm also a body hair fan.
              I have serious disdain for the waxed look that is so popular now. UGhhhhhh.
              So pubescent.
              Perhaps why I also don't like the very thin look on men. It looks twink, and that's not my thing.
              Also, being a taller woman, I'm not in for small men.
              I couldn't agree more.

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              • Bald, schmald. Most guys who are bald can't help being hairless on the pate any more than I could help going snowy white in my twenties. What matters to me is this: does a cranially hairless guy have the force of character to stand up to a bald head? Or is he all about trying to hide it under a comb-over or some other such bull hooey?

                I have had an appreciation for a bald guy comfortable with a smooth lid ever since I saw Telly Savalas on TV as a kid. Yes, a wonderful head of male hair is, well, wonderful, but that ain't the entire measure of a real man.

                While I do like hair, nearly everywhere, on a guy, bald isn't a deal breaker - character and overall hygeine/care of self is. But at 45, I am long-since over guys who look like high school juniors.

                (Cori, I learned a new vocab word from you today... I didn't know "twink". I think you get around more than I do, even considering you are home as much as I am on the road with Third.)
                I have a mantra that I have spouted for years... "If I eat right, I feel right. If I feel right, I exercise right. If I exercise right, I think right. If I think right, I eat right..." Phil-SC

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                • I had a wonderfully misspent youth... including lots of very blurry gender lines in my friends and my lovers.

                  I regret none of it.
                  Every mellow old lady ( ) deserves a misspent youth to smile about IMO.
                  “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
                  ~Friedrich Nietzsche
                  And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.

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                  • Originally posted by Crabbcakes View Post
                    Bald, schmald. Most guys who are bald can't help being hairless on the pate any more than I could help going snowy white in my twenties. What matters to me is this: does a cranially hairless guy have the force of character to stand up to a bald head? Or is he all about trying to hide it under a comb-over or some other such bull hooey?
                    Comb overs just look pathetic. Gracefully and self confidently bald is way better.

                    Originally posted by cori93437 View Post
                    I had a wonderfully misspent youth... including lots of very blurry gender lines in my friends and my lovers.
                    I regret none of it.
                    Every mellow old lady ( ) deserves a misspent youth to smile about IMO.
                    Hehehehe. Haven't quite finished "misspending" it though.

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                    • Yes, combovers are pathetic, you're not hiding anything, so why try?

                      MPB is an unfortunate genetic disease, and I honestly feel really bad for those who get it. True MPB is, I believe, incurable right now, and very aggressive and fast spreading. Maybe in like 10 years when PGD2 inhibitors hit there will be something to at least stop it and help maintain hair with some regrowth alongside fin, keto and minoxidil.

                      (I love my hair)
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                      • Umm... dude. Wut?

                        I don't see baldness as a disease.
                        I see it as variety.

                        That's a little like blue/green eyed people saying brown eyes are a disease because more people prefer light ones.
                        Or men who prefer all women to be smooth and hairless(neck down) women seeing "excess" natural hair below the chin as a disease. Some women are just more hirsute than others. It doesn't mean she needs drugs...

                        Variety!

                        It makes the world a more beautiful place.
                        There is someone for everyone.
                        “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
                        ~Friedrich Nietzsche
                        And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.

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                        • Originally posted by cori93437 View Post
                          Umm... dude. Wut?

                          I don't see baldness as a disease.
                          I see it as variety.

                          That's a little like blue/green eyed people saying brown eyes are a disease because more people prefer light ones.
                          Or men who prefer all women to be smooth and hairless(neck down) women seeing "excess" natural hair below the chin as a disease. Some women are just more hirsute than others. It doesn't mean she needs drugs...

                          Variety!

                          It makes the world a more beautiful place.
                          There is someone for everyone.
                          No offense, but it's far from variety, shaving your head is variety, being unable to grow hair at all is a side effect of a genetic mutation. I admire your attempt to sugar coat everything though, but lets call it what it is.

                          Hair on your neck is just something natural that white guys of certain descent usually have
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                          • It's not sugar coating... it's a valid opinion.

                            You "love" your hair and would prefer all men to have hair for some reason.

                            I have always liked bald men as far back as I can remember.
                            Not just shaven, but actually balding and bald.
                            It's another opinion.
                            I think bald men are very attractive. I tend to really like that side effect of that genetic mutation... and so do a lot of other women.

                            Some women love guys who are really thin and like you. Very cool!
                            But please don't try to hope for a homogenized world because of your own preferences.
                            I think that's a bit odd...
                            “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
                            ~Friedrich Nietzsche
                            And that's why I'm here eating HFLC Primal/Paleo.

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                            • Wtf? Why are you putting words in my mouth? I never said any of those things. I just said MPB is a disease and a mutation.

                              No one wants everyone to be the same, that's fucking boring, don't put words in my mouth. Yay for your preferences, gj.
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                              • Children, children! Let's keep this civil.

                                I do think that some baldness is just genetic and that should not be stigmatized as a disease. But I think there are cases where the baldness is either caused or exacerbated by poor health and diet. That part we can do something about.

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