Grey hair and its proven solutions

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Post by Johnson » 7 months ago

He's parodying the use of the term narcissism on online forums.

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Post by blackg » 7 months ago

JLBB wrote: 7 months ago Certainly if you took the line out of context it looks grim. However it was clearly in reference to the previous post in which I suggested that if you have a full head of hair, then greying has a limited effect on aesthetics, and therefore I probably wouldn't dye it. If I was a NW3 and greying, I probably would.
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Post by JLBB » 7 months ago

Johnson wrote: 7 months ago He's parodying the use of the term narcissism on online forums.
I'm aware, but typically @blackg speaks in sarcasm and under a certain character that I find its often better to respond literally. He's also referencing me among others criticizing Wolf for doing such in the past few days. I find it's 50/50 with people understanding what exactly blackg actually is saying, in instances people have agreed with him after he's made clearly sarcastic comment so again at risk of sounding like I didn't do a degree in English comprehension it's better to just answer as if the blackg character is the real him.

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Post by blackg » 7 months ago

I'm just happy for the attention.
Me and my friends are like, double-whiskey-coke-no-ice.

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Post by rclark » 7 months ago

Rudiger wrote: 7 months ago 3 months later subject title - "Women love a silver fox- study shows"
6 months later subject title - "Toppik for grey hair?"
1 year obligatory hair transplant title - "Booked in with surgeon x"
A typical @Rudiger post.

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Post by Rudiger » 7 months ago

rclark wrote: 7 months ago A typical @Rudiger post.
A typical rclark post (retarded)
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Post by JLBB » 7 months ago

rclark wrote: 7 months ago A typical @Rudiger post.
In this context you're making it sound like a compliment but I'm not sure that's your intention?

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Post by rclark » 7 months ago

Rudiger wrote: 7 months ago A typical rclark post (retarded)
Sorry, I was focused on your cool stick figures in your avatar. The lines were confusing me.

Did you do that in pencil or crayon?

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Post by Rudiger » 7 months ago

rclark wrote: 7 months ago Sorry, I was focused on your cool stick figures in your avatar. The lines were confusing me.

Did you do that in pencil or crayon?
What a comeback, you are savage m8. I'll lick the wounds.

What the fuck are you talking about? And how are you the only person ever on this forum who manages to double post? I've never seen it before, never had it happen, and you actually have this paranoia Fred is doing it on purpose.
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Post by rclark » 7 months ago

Rudiger wrote: 7 months ago What a comeback, you are savage m8. I'll lick the wounds.

What the fuck are you talking about? And how are you the only person ever on this forum who manages to double post? I've never seen it before, never had it happen, and you actually have this paranoia Fred is doing it on purpose.
I was staring at stick figures. You are very astute.

Wow, thank for bringing that up. Nobody would have ever figured that one out. There are double posts.

You are just so omnipotent. It's amazing.

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Post by Rudiger » 7 months ago

rclark wrote: 7 months ago I was staring at stick figures. You are very astute.

Wow, thank for bringing that up. Nobody would have ever figured that one out. There are double posts.

You are just so omnipotent. It's amazing.
Actually you brought it up. This random "you are very astute" line literally sounds like someone who has schizophrenia.

I'm not saying you do actually have that, because people with that condition can't control it and that's a different thing entirely, on the other hand you're a grown mentally able man who chooses to sound like an absolute retard.
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Post by rclark » 7 months ago

Rudiger wrote: 7 months ago Actually you brought it up. This random "you are very astute" line literally sounds like someone who has schizophrenia.

I'm not saying you do actually have that, because people with that condition can't control it and that's a different thing entirely, on the other hand you're a grown mentally able man who chooses to sound like an absolute retard.
You're the one saying I had a double post. That's like saying the sky is blue.

All I said was a typical @Rudiger post. Why would you get mad at that?

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Post by Rudiger » 7 months ago

rclark wrote: 7 months ago You're the one saying I had a double post. That's like saying the sky is blue.

All I said was a typical @Rudiger post. Why would you get mad at that?
Where did I say I was mad?

This has got to be the worst flame war that's ever been on both forums and I'm ashamed to have participated in it
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Post by Guest-3 » 7 months ago

JLBB wrote: 7 months ago Im 25 LOL. Hopefully as in my dads case I have another thirty years before it greys but I'd probably not bother dyeing if it did, as someone with a NW1 after two transplants.

Interesting about the beard, my dads went grey maybe five years before the hair started and he started shaving it every day to avoid it showing.
I meant to ask you, what's your long term plan for maintenance? Are you takin finasteride or minoxidil?
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Post by JLBB » 7 months ago

pjhair wrote: 7 months ago I meant to ask you, what's your long term plan for maintenance? Are you takin finasteride or minoxidil?
I unfortunately had sides after 2 years on finasteride. Minoxidil is too difficult and ineffective, only using keto shampoo and hoping that the transplanted area will cover any thinning spots. Am using keto shampoo, I actually haven’t noticed much thinning in the last 8 months since stopping finasteride, hoping that’s because the transplanted hairs are enough to cover the thinning.

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