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Icon 1 posted January 17, 2005 19:35      Profile for csk     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Demosthenes:
My favorite happens to be the skinhead shave paired with a goatee. (Incidentally, my current boy's got it.) I think it has something to do with Edward Norton in American History X and one of my strange kinks that I don't like to discuss in polite company. [Eek!]

OK, now I'm scared. Don't tell me that my skinhead shave/goatee is trendy, otherwise they'll revoke my geek membership, and I'll suddenly forget all the Linux commands.

/still curious about that strange kink, though [Wink]

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I prefer guys with short hair, or shaved if they have the proper head shape. Facial hair is a plus, very sexy, but I think we went into that in another thread already.

I won't discredit a guy if he has long hair, as long as it's well kept and neat, and he doesn't try to pretend he's Fabio.

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quote:
Originally posted by Black Widow:
I won't discredit a guy if he has long hair, as long as it's well kept and neat, and he doesn't try to pretend he's Fabio.

Was I the only one who had more than a little schadenfreude when that bird flew into his face when he was riding that roller coaster?

Edit: Article here, contains a slightly bloody face, so don't look if you're sqeuamish.

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quote:
Originally posted by neotatsu:
I like long hair, worn lose (though it can get in the way if it's not tied back [blush] )

"In the way" is an understatement, especially if the person's hair is anything other than straight. Hair that waves or curls develops a mind of its own. Just trust me on this one.

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Hmm...I tend to think I prefer brunettes, and coincidentally, am interested in one now. There's something quite fascinating about redheads, but I've yet to learn more about that breed. Today's a pretty decent day, I must say - and on the note of hair, my barista of choice (the aforementioned brunette) complimented me on my haircut. In any event, her hair is nice, not so long, and usually held back (it's probably a bad thing for it to get into coffee and all [Wink] ). Apparently I thought it had changed a little, and I returned the compliment as such, but she says it has not - rather, she says it had some highlights in it before. Oh well, I suppose I'll take her at her word. Damned shame she smokes, and allegedly has a boyfriend - girls are evil. Oh yeah, this person, whom I am rambling on about, is in fact the same person who inspired the "Why must the cute ones smoke?" thread. I never quite got around to updating that thread, but suffice to say, I now know her name, get caught up in lengthy discussions with her, and have receieved all sorts of pleasant mannerisms from her. But, this evening, while there, she asked me if I had a lighter - proof positive about the smoking thing. :-/ And I believe I overheard her mention the boyfriend thing to someone else...argh...I repeat, "Girls are evil."

P.S. Ooops...thread derailment...calling the conductor...please bring us back on track...

P.P.S. Additional fascinating tale of the day: Apparently a friend of a friend has offered to help get me wenched at a Ren. Faire. Oy.

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
P.P.S. Additional fascinating tale of the day: Apparently a friend of a friend has offered to help get me wenched at a Ren. Faire. Oy.

Beware teh herpes, from what I hear [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by csk:
quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
P.P.S. Additional fascinating tale of the day: Apparently a friend of a friend has offered to help get me wenched at a Ren. Faire. Oy.

Beware teh herpes, from what I hear [Wink]
Um...not quite that serious, mate.

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(00:00:15) Friend: you should come to a ren faire with me - I'll have you wenched
(00:00:31) Me: oh, i think i'll avoid that
(00:00:45) Me: unless i want to get the stuff sailors get [Wink]
(00:00:50) Me: Kidding!
(00:00:53) Me: (mostly)
(00:01:19) Friend: uh, no, they're not hookers, dragon - they're wenches
(00:01:21) Friend: There's a difference
(00:02:26) Me: i know
(00:02:32) Me: bad joke
(00:02:37) Friend: sucky joke
(00:02:41) Friend: hee hee
(00:03:10) Friend: a wenching is when all these pretty, buxom women line up and attack you one by one - by the end you're covered in lipstick marks
(00:03:12) Me: yeah.
(00:03:17) Me: ahh



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*goes off to research what RenFairs are held in Australia* [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by csk:
*goes off to research what RenFairs are held in Australia* [Wink]

Not strictly a RenFair, but you'll meet a lot of the same crowd here this weekend.

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
There's something quite fascinating about redheads, but I've yet to learn more about that breed.

Nothing but trouble, all the bad stuff you've heard about redheads is true.
Believe me, I am one.


I believe I overheard her mention the boyfriend thing to someone else...

Um, waitresses sometimes mention a 'boyfriend' to customers who are getting too familiar, even if there is no such dude.
It was someone else she mentioned the boyfriend to, right?


argh...I repeat, "Girls are evil."

Well yes, but that's half the fun.

Carpe barista !

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I really, really like scruffy hair. Not too short, not too long... y'know, the type with little curly and sticky-out bits in amusing places. I used to like blonde/brown hair, but am now developing a liking for dark brown haired males. As far as facial hair is concerned, a little stubble goes a long way [Smile] .

On the issue of dating someone you're not attracted to, I did consider this briefly with a guy I know - but I think it would feel too much like settling for it to be possible. Having said that, I'm still trying to figure out what counts as being 'in my league' and what doesn't [Razz] (see recently added profile photo if you want a clearer idea of what that might be).

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On Tue, Jan 18, 2005 at 08:32:00AM +0000, The Famous Druid wrote:
> >Originally posted by dragonman97:
> >There's something quite fascinating about redheads, but I've yet to learn
> >more about that breed.
> Nothing but trouble, all the bad stuff you've heard about redheads is true.
> Believe me, I am one.
Hmm...dunno what evils I've heard of them - I suppose I'll have to take
you on your word about it, but it still seems like a fascinating
idea/pursuit nonetheless.
>
> >I believe I overheard her mention the boyfriend thing to someone else...
> Um, waitresses sometimes mention a 'boyfriend' to customers who are getting
> too familiar, even if there is no such dude.
> It was someone else she mentioned the boyfriend to, right?
Actually, she mentioned it to me awhile ago, but all the while, has been
the one who's more on the 'getting familiar' side of things. Last night
I think a bunch of her friends were around, and I'm pretty sure she has
just said it in passing (I was not purposely listening, but just caught
that one phrase, ergo, I don't know the context, or anything).

I have a reasonable set of bounds, and I'm quite certain I'm not
overstepping them. Argh. So, I have no clue what to make over getting
winked at when I walk in, or any such other frivolty, given apparent
situation. Oh well - I shain't complain too much about it - it's nice
to be pleasantly greated on entry, exit, and time in between. [Smile]
>
> >argh...I repeat, "Girls are evil."
> Well yes, but that's half the fun.
[Big Grin] I never said all evil had to be bad - I'm not W., after all.
Regardless, the mindfscking quality had a tendency to be a part of 't3h
3vi1.'
>
> Carpe barista !
Indeed - sounds like a good warcry! [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
Having said that, I'm still trying to figure out what counts as being 'in my league' and what doesn't [Razz] (see recently added profile photo if you want a clearer idea of what that might be).

I don't believe in "leagues," but if you did, I'd say that most of the population of this planet is far below your league. You deserve someone great, and I really do hope you find some one who is worthy of you. I hope I'm not outta place saying so.

Personally, I like natural curls in light colors or straight black hair.

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I like long hair on a guy, but it really depends on if it suits them. I think that is important. Not all hairstyles suit all people. Don't mind bald either. That excess hormone and all has fringe benefits. [Big Grin] Bald headed men by Christine Lavin
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I like well kept hair. Short or long, no preference.

Well, almost no preference. There is something about long straight hair. Not sure why I like it so much. And red-heads... brunettes... blondes...black...

Ah, forget it, is it on a woman? Then I like it.

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quote:
Originally posted by dragonman97:
There's something quite fascinating about redheads, but I've yet to learn more about that breed.

Dman, the one redhead that I've had...ummm...relations with gave me the wildest bedroom ride of my life.

But slightly more On Topic, as long as the hair fits the girl, I like it.

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You know, I've noticed that a lot of guys have an infatuation with redheads. My dad told my mom that in her next life she'd better be a redhead. She's got red highlights so the genes are in there somewhere. He was really hoping that one of us kids would be a redhead. Instead he ended up with four brunettes, one of whom (me) is trying to turn into blonde. Seriously...a bunch of blonde streaks just showed up one day when I was a teenager and they've been there ever since. They aren't spreading and I will never, ever have to go out and blow >$100 on highlights like one of my coworkers did so I guess I shouldn't complain.

Sky, I don't know what this "league" thing is all about either. When I was in coollege I heard the "you're out of his league" or "you're out of my league" lines so many times that I wondered if I even had a league. :/

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i recently dyed my hair red and i don't like it. i don't get flirted with AT ALL. I was (naturally with highlights) a blonde and got hit on a lot more. I think it's additude, though. I liked being blonde more and that comes across in my personality.

i'm now a nice strawberry blonde. [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
You know, I've noticed that a lot of guys have an infatuation with redheads.

Yeah, I suppose it's just sorta exotic. Quite honestly I don't see that hair colour/length/style really enters into it - as long as they have some, who cares? Me - I've been out with all sorts - I don't even think having a general 'type' is even meaningful. 'Conscious' is just about the only type description that is useful. I know it's a cliche, but humour is probably the most important thing - I went out with this girl once - lets call her chick X - and although I fancied the arse off her, it was a disaster - she had absolutely no discernable sense of humour whatsoever. Worse than that - she thought my sense of humour was childish! Can you believe it? The cheek! Basically, I'd kick Cindy Crawford out of bed if I caught her reading Terry Pratchett - I just couldn't live with that. [Smile]

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in my experience to have a girl with her own hair is a bonus [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by disgruntled goat:
in my experience to have a girl with her own hair is a bonus [Big Grin]

Yeah, but there's always scope for a transplant. (It puts the lotion on its hands, or it gets the hose again!)

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quote:
Originally posted by spungo:
Basically, I'd kick Cindy Crawford out of bed if I caught her reading Terry Pratchett - I just couldn't live with that. [Smile]

[Confused] What *exactly* do you find objectionable about Terry Pratchett?

(oops, 'cuse me, back on topic)
Hair. Ummm, yes, important. That the partner have some. Somewhere. Sometimes. Clean. Out of the way. All very good. Especially Teri Hatcher color, style, body, shine she had during her Lois Lane days. Wow!

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quote:
Originally posted by SassyGeek:
i recently dyed my hair red and i don't like it. i don't get flirted with AT ALL. I was (naturally with highlights) a blonde and got hit on a lot more. I think it's additude, though. I liked being blonde more and that comes across in my personality.

i'm now a nice strawberry blonde. [Smile]

Maybe so, but does the carpet match the curtains?

/Especially for GG [Wink]

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Lemme just say, I think I feel sorry for bald guys... Not because I don't like the look. I've nothing against going bald some day if it should happen...

It's because, frankly, there's nothing like the feeling of a girl running her fingers through your hair... That's the kind of thing that can make everything seem 'ok', no matter how down you are...

As for the subject of red-headed women... I think it's a combination of things.. First, they tend to have very unique personalities... Second, they tend to be very passionate... Third, some guys like 'em because they tend to have freckles, making them look 'sweet', or 'innocent', a fact that is usually easily disputed if you ever have.. umm... "relations" with one, if the rumors are to be believed.

For me... I'm just naturally attracted to the color red, and all the natural red-heads I've met in my life have had a particularly spiffy personality.

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quote:
Originally posted by GameMaster:
quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
Having said that, I'm still trying to figure out what counts as being 'in my league' and what doesn't [Razz]

I don't believe in "leagues," but if you did, I'd say that most of the population of this planet is far below your league. You deserve someone great, and I really do hope you find some one who is worthy of you. I hope I'm not outta place saying so.

I don't think you need to worry too much about 'what league' you're in. Frankly, from what you display of your personality on GC, and, the lack of any glaring abnormalities in your appearance, any guy who thinks you *below* his standards is probably an arse who only wants three things from a women, one of which lies between her legs.

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