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Wed, Feb. 1st, 2006 | 09:10 am  ‏‏␦ indifferent slavezombie


Groceries shopping
slavezombie
      I went to the market yesterday. Minding my own biz, a total stranger complements me on my hair. Living in Hlwd, I`m not sure how exactly to interpret this. An awkward situation where a man tells another man he likes his hair, but I guess it`s acceptable. Unfortunately, I don`t respond the way he expected that I would. I`m not cold or anything (I don`t say things like "Oh, I thought that was a pick-up line, you homo.") Perhaps I should get used to this type of treatment?
      He must`ve thought I was foreign because as he walks away, he remarks, "That was a complement." I know what complements are, dude, if you`re reading this. I make them all the time to the youth I am constantly have to interact with during the day. Maybe I`m too old to have long hair? I don`t know. I don`t think there is a certain age in which people (men in particular) must dress conservatively meaning they cannot spike their hair, or do the Hare Krishna thing. I just feel, unless two men have something else to say, approaches like that seem gay. That's all.


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Marzipan

webſite

from: pink_pikachu
date: Wed, Feb. 1, 2006 08:58 pm (UTC)
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I want to see your hair!
:D

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Bier de Stone

Live Cam

from: slavezombie
date: Wed, Feb. 1, 2006 11:08 pm (UTC)
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      I don`t have a picture yet, but I should be getting a new computer soon (with a built in cam lense). My guess is late February. Patience my pink one. I`ll post it to your journal when I have it.

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Bier de Stone

My picture

from: slavezombie
date: Thu, Feb. 2, 2006 11:56 pm (UTC)
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this picture is from a billion years ago when I was your age. I guess you could say my hair has now reached this length. I don't remember how I got those curls, but I can't get them anymore without a bit-o gell. Notice the cat's eyes. Here's a link to me the way I looked just last year.

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Marzipan

Re: My picture

from: pink_pikachu
date: Tue, Feb. 7, 2006 04:35 am (UTC)
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awesome, I love your style!
thanks hon.

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Jepsonia

webſite

from: jepsonia
date: Sat, Feb. 4, 2006 10:41 pm (UTC)
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i would agree with you on that
i would also say however that this doesn't seem to surprise me because i think all the guys in hollywood just want to fuck each other - gay or otherwise confused. i have some funny stories. lol!
im curious - how old is too old to have long hair?

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Bier de Stone

are these locks on my head?

from: slavezombie
date: Mon, Feb. 6, 2006 12:41 pm (UTC)
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      40 seems like a mature age to start thinking ahead. You know, planning for the unavoidable eternal slumber, but I'm still in my high school mentality. A drop out, I regretted not planning ahead. I must`ve been pushed around at temp agencies so much that my experience would've qualified me to work along side a shepherd dog herding sheep (on all fours).ı I had an Australian Shepherd who loved bumping hips to get his master on the right path.
      This is the first time I'm letting my hair grow longer than the picture posted. Already my fingers get tangled in it when I wash. Technique is everything. I really gotta hand it to women with long hair. You have funny anecdotes about "hollywood men". I'd like to hear them. For now, I'll be skimming thru your blog from now on.

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Jepsonia

Re: are these locks on my head?

from: jepsonia
date: Tue, Feb. 7, 2006 01:08 am (UTC)
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never too old for long hair :) im growing mine out too. a nice conditioner every now and then and some pre-natal vitamins -( though i don't know what pre-natal vitamins would do for men.....?) any way-vitamins are good for the hair. :))

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