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    Discussion in 'General Chat' started by suighja, Aug 3, 2012.

    1. suighja

      suighja Well-Known Member

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      I've been noticing a bit more hair coming out every time I have a shower, but today I washed my hair in the sink and their was a fair bit in there...


      IM guessing I am going to have to choose between my beautiful locks or muscles that I don't quite have yet.....mmmmm

      This is a hard one, I asked the Mrs and she chose muscle, but I don't think I would want to walk around with a head like branch Warren, it's not pretty.
       
    2. parnassto

      parnassto Well-Known Member

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      muscles! you can always buy a hat
       
    3. Canellesao

      Canellesao Well-Known Member

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      Well, you know yourself best. Once you've gained that muscle you might be gaining some time in the future, will you stick with it? Or are you like most people and will eventually turn into a fat slob who tells everyone down at the pub how ripped he used to be? If you think you may be the latter you need to decide whether you want to be a bald, fat slob or a fat slob with hair.
       
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      defelqy Well-Known Member

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      keep your hair!!!

      If you trained more natural you could have both ;)?
       
    5. suighja

      suighja Well-Known Member

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      Are u on a test cycle ATM mate ?
       
    6. Raleoxilevz

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      If your hair is thinning now it will fall out soon enough anyway....
       
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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      Such a killer decision I'm in the same boat I was thinking on one off them hair surgery places to get a nice full hair back I'd pay up to 10k
       
    8. emininojiq

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      Embrace the baldy in you! I can't wait for all mine to fall out, it'll save me shaving it all the time.
       
    9. Capone

      Capone Well-Known Member

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      Rather have a natural athletic build with hair, then be a huge bald guy

      Worst scenario is if your using and not seeing anything and your hair is still dropping so you'll be a skinny balding guy.

      Or you can get big, save money on the side and when in a few years when youve reached your size and if your hair is gone , use the saved money on hair transplant . Big guy with luscious locks

      Its uncommon to see big guys with hairs and I don't care with the bullsh1te excuses of just deciding to shave it to go with the look, shiny on top and matt looking on the sides is what i tend to see.

      Good luck.
       
    10. alomjabpd

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      Crunch time, hair or muscles?

      I've got a full head of hair at 50 but I shave it off anyway. Hair is gay once you get to 30....
       

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