Baldness..What do you think?

@raydene (9875)
United States
June 13, 2008 8:02am CST
Hello Friends My X was going bald and I used to joke about leaving him when he lost his hair.. Little did I know I would be kicking him to the curb!!! I seriously don't have an issues with baldness. What do you think? "I don't consider myself bald. I'm simply taller than my hair." - Tom Sharp
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@ravinskye (8242)
• United States
13 Jun 08
i don't think i have an issue with baldness. my husbands dad still has all his hair and he's in his 50's so i'm hoping thats a good sign lol. i wouldn't leave my husband just because he lost his hair though.
@GardenGerty (99411)
• United States
13 Jun 08
Nope, if you get a good one, you keep them.
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@stephcjh (32328)
• United States
13 Jun 08
LOL. My husband has always had gray thinning hair since the first day that we met. We keep it cut short also. I used to tease him about going bald also. He teases me with it too when I go to cut his hair. He tells me to go ahead and shave it. I said heck no to that. If he ever went bald on his own, that would be fine with me but I will not shave it myself.
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@ken5254 (18)
• Philippines
13 Jun 08
baldness as what they say is only an scalp deep lol. I have a thin hair and my partner always keep on noticing it, but i know she never leave me for that... and of course i will never leave her for that either. yala!
@GardenGerty (99411)
• United States
13 Jun 08
First hubby started losing his hair before we married. He was always sexy to me. This hubby seems to have thicker hair now than when we married, it is just getting some gray. He started taking vitamins, because I do. We also are using some really great hair care products and both of us have quite thick hair. My son is balding like his dad.
@ladyljs (1303)
• United States
13 Jun 08
Simply taller than my hair...still laughing!!!! Baldness is simply a fact of nature. Some people are lucky to have a full head of hair, others tend to loose it as they age. Is hair important? Not really...it really doesn't do anything other than cover our bald heads. We could do that with a hat!
@BarBaraPrz (19862)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
13 Jun 08
I saw a tee shirt once that read, "That's not a Bald Spot, it's a Solar Panel."
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@Rosekitty (19441)
• San Marcos, Texas
14 Jun 08
Love the bald look and not because its happened to my son's because it has..My dad was bald early and so are my Son's having early signs of it. When I was younger I loved Yul Bynner in King and I and Magnificent 7 and another fave Sean Connery.
@Rosekitty (19441)
• San Marcos, Texas
14 Jul 08
Hi Raydene..Thanks for the BR..that was very sweet of you Huggles
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
18 Jun 08
Hi raydene! I like that. It is a very witty and funny remark! haha.. However, i don't have nothing against baldness as long it is not I who is going bald. haha.. Take care and God bless!
• India
14 Jun 08
Baldness is natural and heridetary,So nobody can help it out except some hair treatment ,and which may also lead to some side effect like eye sight etc.What is there in baldness,don't go on the hair if you really love someone.
• Philippines
14 Jun 08
I don't think anything's wrong with baldness.I consider it a natural phenomenon as everyone ages and baldness is just one of the few signs of aging.Semi-bald young boys look good to me.
@mummymo (23707)
14 Jun 08
LOL That is a great way to look at it isn't it mom? Hmm baldness doesn't worry me - David has a full head of hair even if it is grey and after all George Clooney looks much better after his hair went grey than before! xxx
• Canada
13 Jun 08
I don't have a problem with baldness, at all. My husband is almost completely bald, and I still think he's the sexiest man in the world. I love him to bits. I'd love him with hair, or without.