hahah between the mortgage-broker and maid-for-my-condo threads, I was thinking the same thingacheron said:What a long way Tribe has come. From "where can I get me some MDMA" to "I'm losing my hair!" in one week. Amazing. I think it's the new board software... it's aged us all.
indeed.The Watcher said:Woman aren't attracted to hair, they are attracted to confidence, fitness, comedy, security, and being taken care of.
They are definitely repelled by insecurity.
I just started... I am about 4 weeks in... my hair has been thinning out the last couple of years and I wanted to stop it... so I asked around... and this was apparently the best way to prevent it...ev said:is it safe to assume that based on your extensive knowledge of propecia, that you use it yourself?
Yes. In fact, I am quite attracted to some men with shaved heads.Thumpr said:wait- has anybody else noticed that the theme of this thread is that it's shameful to have thinning hair and that it must be disguised at all costs?
it's not cancer of the dick.
i think that depending on the noggin it can even make some guys look more handsome.
also, propecia is a testostorone blocker.. so yes, if you're genetically inclined and are suffering from "androgenic" hair loss then yes, it'll help but that's not the case for most people.. things like stress, exposure, etc are more common problems.Prickly Pete said:Propecia... its proven to prevent hairloss on the top of the head (not so much on the receding hair line)... and in some cases (80%) it helps hair grow back... you have to take it every day and once you stop... your hair falls out again... its not covered by drug plans and costs roughly $60 a month...