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jordanv
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Icon 1 posted January 18, 2005 17:15      Profile for jordanv     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
I prefer darker colours.

oh yah, no skinheads.

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quote:
Originally posted by Cap'n Vic:
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]

Close enough. [Razz]
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If not, you could always *ahem* remove the carpet. The bare look is quiet trendy.

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Icon 11 posted January 18, 2005 21:35      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
And *itchy* when it grows back in. Not to mention "carpet" stubble. *shudder* I think I'll stick with what I've got, thank you.

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Cap'n Vic

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Peebs: It is like deja vu all over again [Wink]

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Icon 1 posted January 18, 2005 21:50      Profile for TMBWITW,PB     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Heh. I'm a creature of habit. [Wink]

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Icon 1 posted January 18, 2005 21:58      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
And *itchy* when it grows back in. Not to mention "carpet" stubble. *shudder* I think I'll stick with what I've got, thank you.

TMI. Way TMI. There are some things the boys don't need to know Peebs!

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Icon 1 posted January 18, 2005 22:08      Profile for csk     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Well, she's on topic sort of, as "Sex hair" is in the subject of this thread [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
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... As far as facial hair is concerned, a little stubble goes a long way [Smile] .

I totally agree, and it was quite surprising to read that no other females around here have the same preference(s). I like that been-stressing-over-code-all-night/just-woke-up-and-almost-missed-class look [Big Grin] .

I've always loved brunettes. The shades don't matter too much, though I am more attracted to the darker browns.

Oh, and I'm with GM and Scott: there's no need to worry about leagues. I don't think I fully understand what they are, but I understand that one thing leagues discriminate between is appearance/material things, which is just rediculous. But whatever they are, sky, you don't need to be apart of them. Your character, intelligence, and talents are far too unique and sophisticated for, if you'll permit me to say so, such adolescent categorial nonsense.

Actually, checking out your picture, I was quite surprised to see some neato similarities between us: length and straightness of the dark hair (though mine is dark brown; also the way it's settled), facial structure, the round cheeks... But maybe that's just me. Perhaps I should update my profile pic [Razz] [as well as the one in the image gallery].

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quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
quote:
Originally posted by TMBWITW,PB:
And *itchy* when it grows back in. Not to mention "carpet" stubble. *shudder* I think I'll stick with what I've got, thank you.

TMI. Way TMI. There are some things the boys don't need to know Peebs!
you'll know when you get stubble burn on your groin from all that rubbing. [Razz]

neatly trimmed is the way to go.

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Icon 1 posted January 19, 2005 07:49      Profile for Xanthine     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote 
Yeah, but if you want to wear a swimsuit you gotta do something. I recommend Nair.

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quote:
Originally posted by Xanthine:
Yeah, but if you want to wear a swimsuit you gotta do something. I recommend Nair.

I prefer a pareo, myself. Much less trouble; so practical to hide other "imperfections."

But if you have to do it, I'm all for waxing. Hurts a bit, but over time, it thins down.

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quote:
Originally posted by SassyGeek:
you'll know when you get stubble burn on your groin from all that rubbing. [Razz]

Maybe you've never been rubbed the right way. [Big Grin]
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quote:
Originally posted by GMx:
Maybe you've never been rubbed the right way. [Big Grin]

You evil, evil man. You realise that everyone who read this now has that Christina Aguilera song running around in their heads [Wink]

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Not everyone. I have no clue what you're talking about, CSK!!

/returns to sheltered life

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quote:
Originally posted by csk:
quote:
Originally posted by GMx:
Maybe you've never been rubbed the right way. [Big Grin]

You evil, evil man. You realise that everyone who read this now has that Christina Aguilera song running around in their heads [Wink]
Assuming you're talking about the older song, I must say that it's been long enough that I've forgotten it - don't recall the song, or lyrics (except the title). I seem to recall an image or two associated with it. If it's a new title, well, that'd probably be more vile in sound, and closer to being rated R, given her attitude towards attire these days. [Wink]

/me posts this...rejoicing in his bad memory...

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Now, I wouldn't want anyone to miss out on the experience, would I? [Wink]

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Well, that's the song I was talking about - title in URL - I'm not clicking that...not clicking it...definitely not clicking it...

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I don' wan no steenkin Christina Aguilera... attire or no attire!

An I don' wan any steenkee Avril Lavine Sk8tr B0i trash neether you all hear me...

Whurs m' dang shooters Ma?

GG - can ah have a lend o' yers fer a minute?

[Big Grin]

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I like long, and I mean, as long as is possible, dark hair, and if it's curly, I like it curly, and if it's straight, I like it straight, don't like it when chicks alter their hair like that...

Girls around here seem to like the "unkept, yet strangely under control" look of hair, and I've got that... it's actually suprising to me sometimes that I'm single. Then again... most girls around here are the one-night-stand type too [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by Twinkle Toes:
quote:
Originally posted by skylar:
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... As far as facial hair is concerned, a little stubble goes a long way [Smile] .

I totally agree, and it was quite surprising to read that no other females around here have the same preference(s). I like that been-stressing-over-code-all-night/just-woke-up-and-almost-missed-class look [Big Grin] .
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Actually, checking out your picture, I was quite surprised to see some neato similarities between us: length and straightness of the dark hair (though mine is dark brown; also the way it's settled), facial structure, the round cheeks... But maybe that's just me. Perhaps I should update my profile pic [Razz] [as well as the one in the image gallery].

I can vouch for her liking that look... One of her favorite things to do was to mess up my hair [Razz] (or, at least try to).

And, I noticed a little similarity between the two of you as well, but, far be it from me to be the first one to point it out...

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I don't really have a hair preference...but I like guys with a gaunt look. And perhaps very pale. Glasses are a plus. /me sighs

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All or nothing I say. Be it long and thick or totally nonexistant. If a man sports facial hair it should be a full set or none at all. No creepy lip growth all by it's lonesome; however, a nice set of full yet kempt chops are often able to stand on their own.

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Hehe, I've got hair longer than TT ever saw it, and, a full beard growin, about half an inch all around, except on my chin, where it's about inch and a quarter (I'd started growin just on me chin at first).

Now, the odd thing about my hair... the hair on top of my head is brown, but, my beard grows a nice deep red-orange... I rather like it [thumbsup]

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I've witnessed the two-tone hair split in others. A friend of mine is all towhead up top but it breaks off neatly where his glasses touch his temples and is completely red below. cute.

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