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    @93JC I know you're trying to make me laugh (and mission accomplished), but Picard was one of my first crushes. So there.
    WOOP WOOP WOOP
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    @93JC just delivered my first truly creepy image of the day :-D
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    *raises hand* One more vote for Patrick Stewart being a sexy beast.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @Hard I know three other gay guys who have told me that baldness is a turn-off, as well. I found it kind of surprising, considering how many men end up losing their hair. What if you were involved with a guy in a long-term relationship, and he went bald? Would you no longer be attracted to him?

    I suspect maybe men in general treat baldness as a bigger deal than women do. I've dated bald guys in the past, and have had crushes on plenty of others. I think if I like a guy's personality, that makes him attractive to me, regardless of how much hair he has. And I know plenty of women who would say the same. My brother is going bald, and he's super self-conscious about it, but his wife couldn't care less.
    This has been my experience too. I used to think that I was turned off by balding/baldness, but it turned out that the actual turn-off is the weird hairstyles that balding guys can resort to, to make people think they're not balding (comb-forwards, comb-over, growing it too long as if the extra fluff will compensate). I like it when guys embrace the balding and buzz off most of their remaining hair -- looks a lot more flattering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    This has been my experience too. I used to think that I was turned off by balding/baldness, but it turned out that the actual turn-off is the weird hairstyles that balding guys can resort to, to make people think they're not balding (comb-forwards, comb-over, growing it too long as if the extra fluff will compensate). I like it when guys embrace the balding and buzz off most of their remaining hair -- looks a lot more flattering.
    Same here. I think it boils down to a confidence thing. If a guy owns his baldness and embraces it, then that's sexy. But when they do the comb-over thing, or heaven forbid, the toupee, then that just reveals their insecurity.
    WOOP WOOP WOOP
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @93JC I know you're trying to make me laugh (and mission accomplished), but Picard was one of my first crushes. So there.
    Picard (and Patrick Stewart) is adorable! I like guys with hair, but that never stopped me from having a crush on Picard too! I always wanted him and Riker to get together!

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    I was greeted at the station this morning with a full rainbow. Because of my early education, rainbow = God promises not to drown me, though I may deserve it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I was greeted at the station this morning with a full rainbow. Because of my early education, rainbow = God promises not to drown me, though I may deserve it.
    WHAT CAN IT MEAN?! DOUBLE RAINBOW?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    This has been my experience too. I used to think that I was turned off by balding/baldness, but it turned out that the actual turn-off is the weird hairstyles that balding guys can resort to, to make people think they're not balding (comb-forwards, comb-over, growing it too long as if the extra fluff will compensate). I like it when guys embrace the balding and buzz off most of their remaining hair -- looks a lot more flattering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    WHAT CAN IT MEAN?! DOUBLE RAINBOW?!
    It means God is reminding himself that he decided not the destroy the world, presumably upon the review of reality T.V. or the series ending of LOST or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @93JC I know you're trying to make me laugh (and mission accomplished), but Picard was one of my first crushes. So there.
    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    *raises hand* One more vote for Patrick Stewart being a sexy beast.
    Quote Originally Posted by BluRoses View Post
    Picard (and Patrick Stewart) is adorable! I like guys with hair, but that never stopped me from having a crush on Picard too! I always wanted him and Riker to get together!
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