Will you marry a bald guy?

@daliaj (5681)
India
August 25, 2009 8:28am CST
My friend Sheena is searching for a husband and her first condition is the guy should not be bald. I don't mind marrying a bald guy if I really love him. Please share your thoughts on this. Do you mind if your husband is bald?
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@MistyWood (349)
25 Aug 09
I was the same... I said "NO WAY would I date a bald guy"... but guess what I am now engaged to a guy that shaves his head! He is the sweetest, nicest, kindest guy you could hope to meet. He loves me, he makes me laugh, he looks after me... You can't decide to date someone on whether they have hair or not... you may be missing out on the nicest guys out there!
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@voldrox (7200)
• India
25 Aug 09
absolutely right! . . very well said... you should know the person in person and you will know the real person...i think you get that . . . . oh! and yeah i am not bald
25 Aug 09
You fall in love with the person inside, the outside is just a "sugar coating". In many ways my fiancee is not the man I ever imagined that I would fall in love with, there are things he has I dislike and things he doesn't have that I wanted... But in the most important way of all he IS what I wanted a man that loves me, cares for me and wants to make me happy ;o) That is THE MOST important thing.
@kprofgames (3099)
• United States
25 Aug 09
I wouldn't mind. It's what is inside the head, not on top of it that makes the difference. I can see that some poeople do like eye candy, but I don't think that should be a stipulation for even considering a person. That would be setting people appart like they can't be too short or have to have a certain weight. I guess I look at people differenctly. I've known a few that were a bit picky when it comes to romantic interests and you know what, they sometimes set their standards so hight that everyone turns them off. Not saying that about your friend. Don't miss understand, but you start looking at a person for one thing, then pretty soon you have a whole list of things you think you need to fall in love.
@daliaj (5681)
• India
27 Aug 09
Valid points. Thanks for the response.
@mermaidivy (15404)
• United States
25 Aug 09
No, I don't. I don't think it is something that you will mind when you love somebody. My partner seems like he is losing his hair but I don't think I will leave him because of it.
@daliaj (5681)
• India
25 Aug 09
The same applies to my partner also. He live in a differnt country now as a part of his job. He sent me a picutre a week ago and I found that he is loosing hair. He is father is bald and he is worried that he will become bald. I won't leave him even if he becomes bald. Thanks for the response.
@Sandra1952 (6052)
• Spain
25 Aug 09
I think your friend is being very shallow on this. When you're looking for a life partner, compatability is far more important than whether he uses a brush, comb or flannel to fix his hair. My husband is bald, and he's also 75, but he's still a good looking guy. That's not just me being biased, by the way - lots of people say this, even complete strangers. He's happy with life and he treats me like a queen - that's what really matters. And at least I know he won't use the last of the shampoo and conditioner!
@daliaj (5681)
• India
26 Aug 09
Thanks for your response. From the responses I got for the discussion it clearly says that the main factor is how good the guy is and how much the guy suits her. My friend should not concentrate on marrying a guy with good hair. I will say her not to miss a good guy only for the reason that he is bald. Happy mylotting.
@zoey7879 (3104)
• United States
25 Aug 09
Okay... so .. you're friend is saying it's NOT okay to be bald now... Is she going to divorce him if he goes bald in a few years? What if he joins the military service? I hope that this is a preference and not something that will actually stop her from marrying some great, awesome guy just because he's bald...
@daliaj (5681)
• India
26 Aug 09
Yes, I agree with you being bald should not be a criteria to say 'no' to a good guy. There are so many bald guys who are very good. That is a good question. She can't do anything if the guy goes bald after marriage. That happened in many cases. I will tell her to concentrate on fininding a good guy regardless of the factor that he is bald or not.
@rajupaul (973)
• India
25 Aug 09
Dailaj Tell your friend don't look for appearance of person. This beauty will not stay for long. Ask your friend search a person who have quality, attitude and openness of heart and mind who can love and care and give support in all step. Have a nice day.
@daliaj (5681)
• India
25 Aug 09
Thanks for your valuable advice. I think it makes sense. There are a lot of things we should consider than beauty. Nobody will prefer a guy with a bad character, but looks handsome. Sheena is looking for a husband for a long time, but she couldn't find a guy yet. I will talk to her.
@patofgold23 (5075)
• Philippines
25 Aug 09
why not? i think bald guys are cuuuuuuuuuttttttteeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!! lolz
@daliaj (5681)
• India
25 Aug 09
That is a different thought. I think bald guys will look good if they shave their head. I have a colleague who shaves his head. At first I felt pity for him thinking that he doesn't have any hair at all from his child hood (it happens to people sometimes). Later, I found that he is bald and he shaves the head. He looks good with shaved head.
@tutor19us (455)
• India
28 Aug 09
Hey! I am married to one and I think he is damn good looking minus the hair. I have seen his "hairy" photos and I feel hair made him look less glamorous. My hub has a chiselled face and a great physique so I have never minded him being bald. Initially I had a reservation against men who had thinning/receding hairlines. I had put a condition even. But when I met my husband, I flipped. LOL. I thought he was the best looking baldie on earth. Trust me. :)
• India
26 Aug 09
Baldness has got nothing to do with relationships as far as the person good habits and good behaviour. He should be a good human being. So she does not mind marrying a bad person who has his head full of hair! I personally do not mind a bald person when he is good in mind and behaviour. My husband is turning bald now and so can i stop loving him anymore?