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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Patrick Sun, Nov 3, 2005.
... in my nostril! Sigh...looks like I'm headed for geezer-hood.
Patrick, welcome to the club. I look at myself in the mirror when I get out of the shower and see these grey chest hairs ewwww. Got the salt and pepper thing going on the head as well. Still have my hair up top though. See, there's always a bright side.
Nothing comin' out the ears yet, Patrick?
If you aim your nostril at the movie ticket clerk he may give you a senior discount!
I get a couple in my beard now and then. Good thing I have a good pair of tweezers
Pat, it might of died a week ago and just got stuck up there! All hope is not lost.
If somebody asks about the white hair, tell them the above.. it was dead and didn't want to leave.
I thought it was a booger-coated hair up there, so I did my best to clean it out, but then it dawned on me that it was simply grey, and you know that sound that the record needle makes when it goes off-track drastically, that was what was going through my mind upon the discovery.
So that finally explains that photo of Rain......
I started gettin grey hairs since I was 25. Relax dude, it only makes you look distinguished.
I had grey hairs at age seven! Nowhere but my head though.
You know what they say about snow on the roof and fire in the basement....
I'm 35 and have had the graying on the sides. Not too much, but it's noticeable up close. Like others have said, it's looks distinguished. Besides, I'm just happy I have hair! I figured I'd be balding by now and I'm not!
I don't mind the grey hairs on the face and head, but nostrils? Next thing I know, I'll find hairs in my ears!
Trust me, Patrick, I've already found 'em in my ears! Ick! Not to mention gray hairs in my nose, on my chest, and in my temples. I started getting gray hairs when I was in my late 20's, and now I kinda like them on my temples. Anywhere else... ewwwww!
They say "Damn, thats some fine-ass attic insulation."
I have grey hairs on both temples and I'm 19. My mommy tells me it'll make me look distinguished.
I'm 52 and don't have any grey hair on my head. But my chest hairs are all grey. Your DNA has different coding for hair color on the head versus on the chest.
I've got a bunch of 'em, and I'm only 30. I was a little surprised, however, when I last got a haircut and the barber used the electric razor on my ears (to get some fuzz on my lobes, might I hastily add, but still..).
I just about had a coronary when I found my first one on the morning of my 27th birthday. Since then my hair has progressively turned platinum white. I'd say about half the hairs on my head have turned, while all the other hairs on my body (except you know where) have started turning blonde to some degree or another. My goatee is almost entirely blonde and my natural hair color is a dark bronzy brown.
I have long hair, past shoulder-length, that I keep in a ponytail. I haven't figured out whether to a) wait until the process is complete and have bitchin' albino hair, b) start dying it some off the wall color or c) dye it a safe color, close to my natural color (my mom would obviously vote for this one). Choices, choices.
I'm facing the big 4-0 in a few months, and what I find depressing is the beginnings of a mustache! And these are hairs that are similar in consistency to wire - is E.T. using my upper lip to mount micro antennae to get a better signal to phone home?