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Posted by: Baby Farts
« on: July 20, 2016, 01:31:47 PM »

LOL.  Thaiga.  You've just made my day!  :thankyou
Posted by: thaiga
« on: July 20, 2016, 01:12:54 PM »

It's not what you got on your head it's what you got in it

Here's the story. I was at a funeral at the temple a few months ago, a large farang walked in and pulled up a plastic chair right in front of me, blocking the fan from me, he had on his head what looked like a pussycat, a wig that looked so obvious. He was very drunk and sat so close to the huge fan. His wife wandered off to speak to some people she knew, she left him falling asleep in the chair. as he nodded off his head was slowly going in the direction of the fan. his wig was flapping up n down, his wife ran back on seeing this and tried to straighten up the wig, he woke up with a jolt, knocking her hand out the way and she was left holding the wig as the plastic chair collapsed to the ground.

Stop  laughing it's not funny   :lol :lol :lol
Posted by: Baby Farts
« on: July 20, 2016, 06:35:31 AM »

I forgot to mention.  Some years ago, I tried desperately to try and conceal my male pattern baldness with comb overs.  Never wore a wig although I was accused of that by some people. LOL.  What I found was that the more I tried to conceal it, the more attention it brought, in so much that I was assigned the nickname by my friends, "comb over (my name)."  I laughed because it was so true.  Well, one day I said, fkuc it and just shaved my entire head.  Let me tell was one of the best decisions in my life, and luckily the shape of my head isn't deformed like some people.  Some people look good bald if you have the proper shaped skull....others do not.  Even if I were to have a full head of hair, I'd still shave it all off.  It's so much easier to maintain.  You go in the the shower, no need for exotic and expensive come out, dry off and you're done. Just remember to put sunscreen on your head when you go out in the yard and are exposed to the sun...or just wear a hat.  ;D

The more you try to fight the aging process, the more you will find that it is a never ending battle and you'll never win. 
Posted by: Baby Farts
« on: July 19, 2016, 11:15:54 PM »

Isn't this sort of thing for women?  If I were an aging small man with a small penis suffering from small man's disease, and a penis that doesn't work anymore, why would I even consider Botox shots? It makes no sense to me, especially if you're so friggen ugly to begin with.  In addition, wear cut off sleeve shirts like, "Chachi," from the television series, "Happy Days,"  exposing your smelly armpits and wearing smelly cologne, somehow thinking that this makes you more attractive. LOL.  I marvel at these people.