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I always say never trust an old man with long hair and who wears pink jumpers!

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/8186328/Russian-spy-case-Liberal-Democrat-MP-helped-second-Russian-girl.html

Don't get me wrong, some old men like wearing long hair and I say bully for them, providing the hair isn't thin and greasy and some old men look very nice in pink.  BUT.....an old man who wears his hair long AND pink jumpers at the same time?

Stay away from him, that's my advice.

I love it when politicians come unstuck when they are too confident of their own judgement and think they can exercise their power to do whatever they please.

 

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If I had my way, no man who isn't going bald would be allowed to put his hair near a pair of scissors (nor his face near a razor either!) [:D]  And what is it with that awful shaven-headed look?  No white guy should do it, IMHO.[+o(]

 However, pink jumpers now.... I'm not sure about them on a guy of any age.

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White guys, Coops?  I thought they were the ones who were follicularly challenged?  At least I don't see many black, brown and yellow guys with little or no hair?

Must be great to be bald though!  Think of all the savings in shampoo, conditioner, barber/hairdresser, hair colouring products, etc? 

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[quote user="sweet 17"]

I always say never trust an old man with long hair and who wears pink jumpers!

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Can this be the same person who launched a thread about sex discrimination, which has degenerated into the vilest mud-slinging session against certain celebrities?

Far from naive, I think you are bigoted, and a stirrer!

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[quote user="5-element"]Sweet, judging by the two replies above, he is not the only one with long, dank, greasy hair and pink jumpers: they might ALL be doing it![:-))][/quote]

Yuck, 5-e, don't, please....!  At least this is only a cyber Forum and I shan't have to meet these characters you are telling me about.  Why'd you have to spoil my illusions?[:'(]

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[quote user="sweet 17"]

White guys, Coops?  I thought they were the ones who were follicularly challenged?  At least I don't see many black, brown and yellow guys with little or no hair?

[/quote]I mean, what looks great on Avery Brooks (yum, I'll have two please) doesn't look so good on the average football fan (there's a nice sweeping statement for you, but you get the picture!)

I haven't been to a hairdressers for years, and have never bought hair dye, and my conditioner comes in the shampoo so yes - I'd save about 3 euros a month by going bald.  Big deal.[:)]

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Comb-overs, Pommier, LOL, what a fab word to have in one's vocabulary!

But Coops I must tell you that I haven't managed to load Avery Brooks and so I'm still not sure what you are on about?

Comb-overs, I'll never get over that...hahahahahaha.....

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[quote user="Pommier"]I'm glad you excluded men who are going bald from letting their hair grow - I really find comb-overs embarrassing![/quote][:'(]

Gregor Fisher and the Hamlet ad' spring to mind!

There was a farmer who lived opposite us in Kent.  He had very long, lank hair and always wore a flat cap.  He thus always gave me the impression that this was just a fringe of hair sewn on to the inside of said cap so that if he ever took it off (which nobody ever saw him do), the hair would come off with it!

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[quote user="cooperlola"] [quote user="Pommier"]I'm glad you excluded men who are going bald from letting their hair grow - I really find comb-overs embarrassing![/quote][:'(] Gregor Fisher and the Hamlet ad' spring to mind! [/quote]

Och hen, Gregor I like, a man after my own heart ( Rab-C-Nesbitt- ) even with his comb over, unfortunately he reminds me of Alex Salmon a dodgy character, even without his comb over

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[quote user="sweet 17"]

Oh, wow, Coops, he is seriously yummy..................

There, no long hair necessary or even desirable?

[/quote]As said before, looks great on him, but I prefer my whities with hair!

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/97986095@N00/5242109230/][img]http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5161/5242109230_1295534b29.jpg[/img][/url]
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/97986095@N00/5242109230/]Ian-studio.jpg[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/97986095@N00/]termietermite[/url], on Flickr[:)]

I've got him to part it in the middle now.[:D]

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[quote user="just john "]

[quote user="cooperlola"] [quote user="Pommier"]I'm glad you excluded men who are going bald from letting their hair grow - I really find comb-overs embarrassing![/quote][:'(] Gregor Fisher and the Hamlet ad' spring to mind! [/quote]

Och hen, Gregor I like, a man after my own heart ( Rab-C-Nesbitt- ) even with his comb over, unfortunately he reminds me of Alex Salmon a dodgy character, even without his comb over

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For those too young to remember.........

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ki55LE7-2iw
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