I think if I had a drink or two before, it probably would not even bother me. Doesn't booze make you braver?
Blonde jokes don't offend me because i keep forgetting i'm blonde. My natural color went from blonde as as a child to reddish brown for almost 40 years then, in the last 5 years, instead of going grey, it turned blonde again. Ain't that freaky?
i don't use hair color...haven't in several years.

and, no,it isn't white Razzer
i do have some grey at the temples, though.
i wish it would turn silver. i think silver hair is very attractive, especially on men?
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My hair has always been about 3 different shades of natural blond. Its getting darker as I get older though, reckon why?
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Why do people kidd me about being gray?


i would think they're jealous?

if you color it will it look right since complexions change as (natural) hair color does?
I love it. my husband had a head full of gorgeous silver/gray hair. i knew when he started running around because he then colored it black (his old color) trying to look younger. He once asked me "does this look good?" i told him it loked great....like i was going to tell him the truth and say "no, it looks like crap and you'll never get a girlfriend looking like that so change it back." ??
I started getting gray when I was 18. Kinda strange I still have dark hair where most people start graying,temples very back ect.Anyone else started graying in their teens?
A married man just sent me email on plentyoffish.com. He said he has silver hair as opposed to gray and the difference is silver hair makes you sound distinguised and gray hair makes you sound old. That brings up the question "which one makes you sound like a sleazy rat?"
Both my father and I started getting grey at about 18 (we are not the same age). Im now 40 and my boys call me oreo head........Hey, maybe that should be my screen name??
Yeah, I started graying at about 19, I never have really thought about it though, it is still progressing.
Any time I ask someone(women) about coloring it, they suggest against it. Do you think it is because of the same thing puf posted?
Like it or not, there seems to be a double standard when it comes to men and women coloring their hair. If a woman does it's seen as vanity, but if a man does it it's assumed that he's trying to look younger because he's on the prowl and looking for a younger woman.
My husband started getting gray in his 20's. He used to make me pull the white hairs out. I told him that for every white you pulled out 5 more would grow back in his place, he did not believe me, you should see him now... lots more gray(or silver) than black. Reckon that was true?
yes, he still has a head full of hair, it is just mostly gray now. He blames it on me and the kids,lol. I don't think that is the reason, do you?
i know someone in Lexington that is pert near bald on top and hairy as an ape from the neck down. isn't that weird?
I didn't know that. I never met all the brothers, but the ones i did meet weren't as dark as Hershel so maybe it wasn't as noticable?

And didn't the Terry have a head full of silver hair?
Terry or Hershel? That was 99% of Hershel's wardrobe. I figured with all that hair a regular shirt was too hot?
And his hats. Did you know he had a favorite that was so old and raggedy Margaret hated it so she and my husband conspired and she snuck it out of the house with matches, gave them to my husband, he set fire to it and it was so grimey the black smoke could be seen for miles and miles?
he's always had a large assortment. one was so old the brim came off and he kept wearing the crown part. bald heads sunburn easily, right?
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Who wants to hear about a bald headed man?


Is he cute?
tall is very nice, especially if they have a little meat on their bones..Don't like them too skinny, do you?
Being 5'3" means there are lots of "tall" men. And don't want skinny at all. Not enough to hold on to, right?
I agree 100%, there is nothing wrong with a man being a little chunky is there?
Oh, Yes, reckon Uncle Gus or some of the other guys here have beards and/or ponytails?
my first (serious) boyfriend had long hair and a beard.
we never fully get over the effects of our first love , do we?
I bet a lot of guys here have beards and long hair... dont you just love salt/pepper longish hair????
don't you also love just long "salt" hair?

I don't watch American Choppers...what kind of moustache is that?
I believe the American Chopper guy has a mustache that goes down on the sides almost to the chin. Google it, you'll see his picture.

Do yall really find long hair on a man appealing?
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I believe the American Chopper guy has a mustache that goes down on the sides almost to the chin. Google it, you'll see his picture.

Do yall really find long hair on a man appealing?



long hair, bald, inbetween....i'm not going to NOT like a man because of his hair length, or lack of hair. know what i mean?

and the moustache is called a Fu Manchu. my husband had one for many years.

anyone see a commercial advertising "sometimes you need an upgrade" (or something like that) and the silver haired man with the fu manchu comes out of the garage in biker gear on a half motorcycle/half riding mower contraption?

that looks exactly like my husband before he started dying the hair black and running around.
beautiful silver is better than dyed black everytime, right?
There was a period of several years in my life when most of the men I dated had hair down to their waist. Literally. It really had more to do with the crowd I ran with than my personal preference, but still...

Now, if asked, I'd quickly say I prefer short hair. Is that weird, or what? Smiler
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I wore my hair rather long all through high school and college. However, since 1989, when I first became involved in law enforcement work, I've worn a 'buzz cut'.
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Are you asking me do I like girls?


Sure, do you like girls Women?
Not really. I think it takes a certain combo look of dignity and bone structure to pull it off. A lot of middle aged African American women seem to wear it well. Would you wear the look?
Would you wear the look?

Oh crap no!!! Would you?
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yes. if i could afford it i would it now.
don't you hate seeing a nice looking man in an obvious wig/toupee?
Yes I do. I always think that I bet they look much better without it. Reckon someone told them they looked better with it on?
Hopefully not all of them.
And from my experiences i've found a lot of the bad ones are, too. I'm sure UncleGus isn't one of them, but some married men need to be neutered and maybe their wives would agree?
If you mean that some men should not be allowed to pass on their genes...totally unfair to the poor unsuspecting newborn...I'd agree. Wouldn't we have to include some women in that as well?
I'm talking about the married men that cheat.
Funny example.... In my profile on plentyoffish.com i'm getting replies from mostly married men. Maybe since i'm upfront about having a handicapped son at home they get the idea i may be desparate enough to date a married man.
The last one (from Huntsville)....."my wife has suffered from anxiety and depression for years and there's been no intimacy for a long time"...well, duhhh...married to something like that i can understand why she's depressed. And he's just looking for an understanding "friend and companion". Roll Eyes
Then he says he's an honest person and wants me to know he would never divorce his wife because if he did she would become a burden to their children and he loves his children too much to do that to them. Awwww...isn't that sweet of him???
(if there was an emoticon showing someone gagging in would be inserted here)
I just enjoy being here and having the opportunity to express my thoughts at times. Yes it would be wrong for me to want liberty, and I know there is times my imagination gets wild, but don't you think it adds color to the board?
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I just enjoy being here and having the opportunity to express my thoughts at times.....I know there is times my imagination gets wild, but don't you think it adds color to the board?


Yes, it does. And i'm guilty of the wild imagination thing myself and my humor gets me in trouble sometimes.
Would you believe, until i get to know someone, i am an extremely shy and withdrawn person?
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"Imagination sets in and pretty soon I'm singing..."


Got to sit down, take a rest on the porch...?
It was inline. In my posts i sometimes have trouble with just my imagination, running away with me... Big Grin
There's a lyric for all occasions, right?
In the early episodes of the 80's series "St. Elsewhere" there was a character (orderly?) that never talked to anyone. If he was asked a question he always repsonded by singing an appropriate song.
Anyone else remember that?
I love the break, I allows me to escape work for a bit. As soon as it's over I'm sure it will be hot for a while.
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I just enjoy being here and having the opportunity to express my thoughts at times.....I know there is times my imagination gets wild, but don't you think it adds color to the board?


Yes, it does. And i'm guilty of the wild imagination thing myself and my humor gets me in trouble sometimes.
Would you believe, until i get to know someone, i am an extremely shy and withdrawn person?


Heck, all this is fun to me. Some of the comebacks make me just laugh out loud. We all just like to have a good time, right?
I can't get any of the windows in this house to open...painted shut years ago, before i bought the place...but aren't old fashioned screen doors great?
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As soon as it's over I'm sure it will be hot for a while.


i won't get a chance to mow until Tues. evening. isn't that when it will be hot again?
omg - it's great to be back - I know ya'll missed me Smiler don't you hate it when you are w/out a computer for weeks because best buy?
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ohhhh, i miss motorcycle rides.
anyone wanna buy an Arai helmet and some chaps?


I've gotta bike but can't seem to convince anybody to hop on with me! Wink

As for chaps, I tried them on once. I looked like Gunslinger Smurf. I just stick with full leather when it's cold. Why play favorites and leave some parts out to freeze?
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The chaps look does take some getting used to when you're short, but i did try to dress sensibly even in warm weather. Long pants, boots, gloves...
Doesn't it make you cringe when you see someone riding in shorts and tennis shoes?
Didn't you know that Smokey only ate Auburn and Alabama football players???????? ?
Computer has been sick - best buy had it for about a month - but it's summer - don't get on as much as I usually do - do you?
i know two others that have had 'puter problems with ones bought at best buy. maybe best buy isn't such a good buy afterall?
Anyone else have a good bro-in-law like I do to work on mine when it starts giving me trouble?
Does anyone know why Tennessee's football program, in the last 10 years has a higher arrest rate than graduation rate? Wink Big Grin
"Anyone else have a good bro-in-law like I do to work on mine when it starts giving me trouble?"

i have a good ex b-i-l that will, but his new wife gets a bit *itchy about it.
Personally, i never run out of questions. Delinski once (jokingly,i think) said he was starting a file on me. He's answered a few of them, but one or two have been ignored.
Like... you hear of towns that were founded in so-and-so year, right? Well, there's still lots of open land in this country so why don't you hear of anyone founding towns anymore?
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staying at home is good, don't you think?


Yep, thats what I am going to do. Will be grilling some hambergers sometime today. I love grilled hambergers, don't you?
Is that a serious question, unclegus, or are you a workaholic looking for justification to relax? Smiler The answer is of course...NO WAY, take the day off! Do you think anyone else is working?
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i love grilled burgers, and hot dogs.
am i weird or does anyone else like theirs slightly burnt?


Oooo, me! Burnt is always best. I'll be enjoying Brats tonight. Bratwurst, that is...YUM! Does anyone else like these?
Yes, they are delicious. You have to cook them slowly...the man that's doing the grilling tonight is the master.

I fell in love with these when I had a layover in Vienna (yeah, I know, poor baby). We got the chance to explore the city & there was a mobile kitchen serving these, only they looked kind of like a really long corndog...thought I'd died & gone to heaven. So, the closest I can get to that flavor here is a brat.
Hey Joy, We make our own "homemade" bratwurst. The last time we processed a hog, my husband decided to try something new. They are soo good, especially on a grill. He got the casings for them off the internet. Have you ever tried to make your own?
LOL, PuF...Grilling really is convenient. Easy clean up & just about anything tastes good grilled.

allysmom...I would love to know how to do that. Do you or your husband still have the internet address?
Make take me awhile to come up with it, I will ask him if he still has it. Do you ever forget where you put things?
Not only do i forget where i put things, but when i find it i don't know it because by then i've forgotten what it was i had misplaced. That works pretty good, right?
Yep it does, Ever put something up for safe keeping and end up "hiding" it from yourself?
I hid a photograph two months ago and still can't find it.
And i think things like to play hide n' seek.
Last week my good hammer, ear buds and best nail file all had a good game going.
Maybe they get bored just lying around the house?
We will soon be packing up to move into a new house, you think I will then find some of those things that have disappeared over the years?
Moving into a new place is tiring and exciting. IMO, it's always fun to fix up a new place. Did you know in the packing process you'll probably find things you didn't even know you had?
That is what I figure, to find lots of things I did not know I had. We have lived in the same place for about 18 years, so there will be plenty to go through. Anybody else here ever build a new house and then tell themselves "never again"?
i've moved about 50 times in my life (no exageration) and each time was equal to about 4 trips to the gym.
did you know if you put sheets, toilet paper, soap and a change of clothes in one big box and keep up with it then you can relax a bit more about the other stuff the day of/after moving?
Thanks PUF, I will remember that. Did you know the good thing is that we are only going to have to move about 10 mins. away?

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