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Nephi said:
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Like, the opposite of what you look like. You look like a Viking. I was imagining you a little more Mormon, with dark hair. :p
Haha, well, apparently my wife finds the idea that I look like a Viking to be laughable. :D
Although, I think Alpo did say I looked Scandinavian, so maybe I should get a pet dragon to better fit the part (recently watched How to Train your Dragon 2, so I'm an expert on Vikings).
Oh, that sounds legit! I look forward to pictures.  :)
 

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Lego makes everything cooler, even Neil deGrasse Tyson and Carl Sagan.

You should come to Danmark. I think they'll love you there :).
 

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Cyrillic said:
Nice ponytail. A friend of mine has one too. Are you into metal as well?
I used to be really into metal years ago and had long hair then as well, but that was long before I ever started wearing it in a ponytail. Music isn't really important to me anymore, and when I do listen to music it's generally electronic stuff.
 

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[quote author=Nephi]Music isn't really important to me anymore
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Gasp! Egad!  :'( :'(
 

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We had midsummer parties with some friends yesterday. We've had similar parties maybe five years ago and back then most of us had long hair. Now it's only one and even his wife given him an ukaz that he must cut his dreadlocks. I guess we've become old or something. I cut my ponytail in january. Sometimes I miss it.
 

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CopticDeacon said:
Please contain your adoration.
Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus,
Te Prophetarum laudabilis numerus,
Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus.
Te per orbem terrarum
sancta confitetur Ecclesia!
 

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Alpo said:
We had midsummer parties with some friends yesterday. We've had similar parties maybe five years ago and back then most of us had long hair. Now it's only one and even his wife given him an ukaz that he must cut his dreadlocks. I guess we've become old or something. I cut my ponytail in january. Sometimes I miss it.
For the past few months I've actually considered cutting mine shorter. I can't even imagine how I'd look with short hair at this point, since it's been so long... for so long.

How short did you go and how hard was it to get used to?
 

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Nephi said:
How short did you go and how hard was it to get used to?
As short as my friend's hairclipper could. Basically almost bald.  

I had long hair for almost ten years so I had no idea how I would look like but to my pleasant suprise I liked it right away. It took some weeks to get used to the bald especially because it was during winter but I haven't regretted it.
 

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Nephi said:
Alpo said:
We had midsummer parties with some friends yesterday. We've had similar parties maybe five years ago and back then most of us had long hair. Now it's only one and even his wife given him an ukaz that he must cut his dreadlocks. I guess we've become old or something. I cut my ponytail in january. Sometimes I miss it.
For the past few months I've actually considered cutting mine shorter. I can't even imagine how I'd look with short hair at this point, since it's been so long... for so long.

How short did you go and how hard was it to get used to?
Keep it long just in case you Take on the angelic habit
 

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Mor Ephrem said:
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Nice.  One bad thing about being brown is that I can't pull off pink shirts as well as you seem to pull them off.  Being ugly is another complication of mine.  :)

What's the banner you're holding up?  
I'm not sure anyone can pull off a pink shirt imo.  A striped pink shirt would be better than a plane one.
 

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minasoliman said:
Mor Ephrem said:
Dan-Romania said:
Nice.  One bad thing about being brown is that I can't pull off pink shirts as well as you seem to pull them off.  Being ugly is another complication of mine.  :)

What's the banner you're holding up?  
I'm not sure anyone can pull off a pink shirt imo.  A striped pink shirt would be better than a plane one.
Brown people try, but they suck.  Dan, on the other hand, is making it work. 
 

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You're from NYC and don't have a pink shirt to wear?  You should be ashamed.
 

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Mor Ephrem said:
Dan-Romania said:
Nice.  One bad thing about being brown is that I can't pull off pink shirts as well as you seem to pull them off.  Being ugly is another complication of mine.  :)

What's the banner you're holding up?  
The football(soccer) team of my godfather :) and the rival team of my city :)
 

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Mor Ephrem said:
One bad thing about being brown is that I can't pull off pink shirts
Is that supposed to be a bad thing? Pink shirts are an abomination and nature itself revolts against it.

Brown and black people can wear pink clothes. Nobody can pull of a pink shirt.

 

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Sapeurs are the dandiest men of the modern age.  No one can touch them.
 

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Uh oh. It's the Gay Pride week and here you are discussing about pink shirts.  :eek:

 

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Pink of a certain shade is one of the most traditional colors of men's shirts, Alpo. You don't see it as much because it compliments few men's skin, is all. And I've never known a homosexual man notable for wearing pink.
 

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Porter ODoran said:
Pink of a certain shade is one of the most traditional colors of men's shirts, Alpo. You don't see it as much because it compliments few men's skin, is all. And I've never known a homosexual man notable for wearing pink.
 

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ahh tired old cliche land...


Are there not some traditions that have pink vestments?  Quick...lets start telling them that they must be gay over their color choice too!


Some of you really need to get past some of the tired old stereotypes...since there are also gay men that you would think are lumberjacks, who wouldn't wear pink either.


 

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DeniseDenise said:
ahh tired old cliche land...

Some of you really need to get past some of the tired old stereotypes...since there are also gay men that you would think are lumberjacks, who wouldn't wear pink either.
You tell them! We all know that lavender is the new pink.
 

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Punch said:
DeniseDenise said:
ahh tired old cliche land...

Some of you really need to get past some of the tired old stereotypes...since there are also gay men that you would think are lumberjacks, who wouldn't wear pink either.
You tell them! We all know that lavender is the new pink.
I think lavender is a good shirt color.
 

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minasoliman said:
Punch said:
DeniseDenise said:
ahh tired old cliche land...

Some of you really need to get past some of the tired old stereotypes...since there are also gay men that you would think are lumberjacks, who wouldn't wear pink either.
You tell them! We all know that lavender is the new pink.
I think lavender is a good shirt color.
Guess that's the last time I'll send you a message with one of these --> ;)
;D
 
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