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Is it acceptable?

I have been invaded by grey hair in the last year or two and am seriously thinking of breaking out the Grecian 2000 or whatever.

My other half reckons it looks ok on men but it just makes me feel old. So.....is it allowable?

 

Get a life!  :tongue: Just like those who brush their hair from the side or wear a wig. I've lost most of my hair, turned grey but don't give a sod. 

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Get a life!  :tongue: Just like those who brush their hair from the side or wear a wig. I've lost most of my hair, turned grey but don't give a sod.

You see, this is why me and Severus leave the TRL disco with a couple of chicks each and you are stuck talking to Wolford and John M about insurance policies or some such gubbins. No offence like. :)

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The only excuse for dyeing your hair is for charity, except for women then they have a million excuses.

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What if you've lost your hair?

Go and look for it, then dye it if you find it.

 

The best way to look young is to hang around with old people. That's why I post on here .

How sweet of you John, thinking of other people all the time.

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Look its just wrong.

What's the matter with the men of today? Yesterday I saw two blokes in their 20's READING birthday cards in Tesco!

I pointed out to them that they should NEVER read the cards, just get the cheapest. When the recipient asks " did you read this before you bought it" just look blank and quietly say " I didn't read it as it wasn't addressed to me".

Before anyone try's to make out I'm just a misogynmist I would like to point out that I have the deepest respect for women. My Wife or example is much cleverer than me. In her kitchen she has all sorts of big white gadgets that do things that click and whir and make spinning noises etc. She also has a thing that looks a bit like those hover mowers that I see blokes pushing on their lawns when I'm off to the pub. The wife's one works inside the house and she pushes it on the carpet, it doesn't cut the carpet though, it just sort of sucks up the dust. Clever eh?

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Bearman is clearly a sexist old so and do. He has no idea what modern crumpet like in today's hip and trendy young man.

Correct and thank you.

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You see, this is why me and Severus leave the TRL disco with a couple of chicks each and you are stuck talking to Wolford and John M about insurance policies or some such gubbins. No offence like. :)

 

Good grief! Fast approaching 65, my pastimes are now taking my grandaughter for a pram ride and hiking.  :tongue: The only 'chicks' I meet is when visiting a farm.  

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A real man is fine with dying his hair. 

 

He just doesn't go on and on about it like some kind of woman.

 

 

Does that indicate that  you dyed your hair to Ginger?

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It says Flame Haired Adonis on the box.

 

 

There's a saying in Bradford that you might remember from your time here:

 

' It says "Oxo" on the side of the buses, but there's none in them'

 

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Is it acceptable?

I have been invaded by grey hair in the last year or two and am seriously thinking of breaking out the Grecian 2000 or whatever.

My other half reckons it looks ok on men but it just makes me feel old. So.....is it allowable?

 

Yes, it's 2013, not 1953. Do what you want and sod everyone else.

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