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    Default Re: male pattern baldness...

    Quote Originally Posted by bonric
    This might help you .... sound promising.

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    Dr Mario Terri MB BS (WA)
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    Dear Mr Mario.... any twit with a girl's name like yours is obviously interested in men's hair. The cure for the MB BS WA (B******T WANK*** ANONYMOUS) syndrome, is to quit spamming NZ forums and go buy yourself a boyfriend.
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    Bugger the cancer. I'm suffering from terminal inertia.

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    Default Re: male pattern baldness...

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg
    Dear Mr Mario.... any twit with a girl's name like yours is obviously interested in men's hair. The cure for the MB BS WA (B******T WANK*** ANONYMOUS) syndrome, is to quit spamming NZ forums and go buy yourself a boyfriend.
    Jeez Greg, you leave me in no doubt whatsoever that you have fine and full head of hair.

    There's no way that anybody suffering from MPB could ever have managed a "bad hair day" outburst quite as strong as that.

    Cheers

    Billy 8-{)
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    LOL Billy. Yeah, I do have a lot of hair. I typically cut it (myself) each three months or so, but when I don't it goes crazy.

    In contrast, my late dad was close to bald in his mid-thirties. So I evidently didn't inherit his hair genes.
    Bugger the cancer. I'm suffering from terminal inertia.

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    Default Re: male pattern baldness...

    Quote Originally Posted by Billy T

    6) Lots of women think its sexy.


    12) Women just love the feel of a smooth pate, it's a great icebreaker and a good excuse to get tactile in return. "You liked that? Great! Now it's my turn.............."

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    Default Re: male pattern baldness...

    *cough* I take it you are not a fan of the less than hirsute Susan.

    However, having spent a number of years as one of the follicly challenged, I can assure you that tastes vary and there's no accounting for why one is favoured over the other. Losing my hair never caused me any problems, it just saved money on haircuts, and time in preparing to go out.

    I guess some like the Nandor Tanczos "build your own turban" look, and others go for the less is more; with a swinging group in the middle who can take it or leave it.

    If a "significant male" in your life started losing his hair, it would be interesting to know which strategy you'd prefer, the Yul Brynner look, the Brylcreemed comb-over, or the toupee'd tosser.

    Cheers

    Billy {8-{)

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    Default Re: male pattern baldness...

    Sorry to veer your post sideways, Billy T, but I can assure you that Yul Brynner had rather more going for him in the sex appeal stakes than merely his lack of hair.

    Any other suggestion is like saying Marilyn Monroes's appeal was in her voice.

    (It's a female thing - for those of us old enough to remember...Eat your heart out, baby-faced Brad Pitt)
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