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Old 06-05-2005, 10:59 AM   #221
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Still, it'd be nice to have to beat them off with a stick.

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Old 06-05-2005, 03:45 PM   #222
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Marketplace, in the Bon ton. Last summer. We vacation near rochester, but it rained the whole time we were there, so we went to the mall a lot, and my sister thought she could get away with swiping some underwear, and as she headed out the door she got caught.
Where do you vacation at? I work about 15 minutes from Marketplace and live about 30 minutes away. I'm surprised your sister thought she could get away with it. It's not like it's the Salmon Run Mall in Watertown or something.

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Meh. I'm not too fond of Marketplace. I've seen worse, but Eastview and Irondequoit are better. Irondequoit is actually called "Medley Centre" now and is being revamped. For the past 5-8 years or so it's pretty much been empty. Which was a shame because it's the best mall in the area. But a new developer just bought it out and said he has some new stores ready to come that aren't already in the area. I know that's a bit off topic, but I'm excited about it because it really is a nice mall and it would be nice to have another option and more competition. Dunno when you're coming back, or when the new company plans on starting their grand plan, but you might want to check it out. Get a before/after maybe?

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Old 06-06-2005, 06:04 AM   #223
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Hey squarejawhero, I finally found of a pic of me in this year's Anime North costume, sword master Yupa Miralda from Nausicaš of the Valley of the Wind! (A bazillion thanks to Eric B.! )

Yep, my face is once again obscured by a fake beard...
*waits for the "big pistol" comments, bwahaha *

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Old 06-09-2005, 06:09 AM   #224
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I kind of sensed lately that it was time for a change.

This is me yesterday:


And this is me today:




Three years of hair growing was enough for me right now.
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Hmm, I'm sure Trep will offer his "professional" opinion later but let me be the first one to say that short hair really works for you, kolzig. It frames your face rather nicely. One thing I don't like about really long hair, even though it can be very flattering, is that it tends to hide or de-emphasize facial features and when you have handsome face like you do, you want to show it off.

One thing did bother me about the pictures though. How come your room is so clean and neat? Where's the stack of dirty clothes by the bed?
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Very nice, Kolzig!

I'm sure your parents are happy, plus think of the money you'll save on shampoo. This major change in your appearance wouldn't have anything to do with meeting your girlfriend's parents for the first time in the near future, would it?

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Old 06-09-2005, 06:24 AM   #227
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That's brave, dude! I did the same thing at 18. Cut it all off, and felt good about it too. No going back now the ol' hairline's receded. At least I can say I did it!

Watch the mullet though.
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One thing did bother me about the pictures though. How come your room is so clean and neat? Where's the stack of dirty clothes by the bed?
My dirty clothes go always straight into the laundry basket.
But my kitchen is a mess, I'm not gonna show you pics of it.

As I discussed with the barber today, hair just needs to be cut sometimes, and if the need ever comes, I can always go back to the long hair days, it'll just take couple years.
But I am very pleased with the short hair now. I thought about cutting my hair for over an year.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:13 PM   #229
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Hmm, I'm sure Trep will offer his "professional" opinion later but let me be the first one to say that short hair really works for you, kolzig. It frames your face rather nicely. One thing I don't like about really long hair, even though it can be very flattering, is that it tends to hide or de-emphasize facial features and when you have handsome face like you do, you want to show it off.
Nothing more for me to add since you've summed it up.

Beautiful jawline, eyebrows, expressive eyes, chewable ears........check, it's all there. But still that hair - do you have ANY idea how many women would KILL for your hair? You're a walking shampoo commercial, man!!

LOL!! Reminds me of what a fellow design student told me years ago in class: "Are your lips always that full and red?" I meekly said, "Erm, yeah, I was born with it." She said, "Women would KILL for those lips." I walked away, embarrassed.
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LOL!! Reminds me of what a fellow design student told me years ago in class: "Are your lips always that full and red?" I meekly said, "Erm, yeah, I was born with it." She said, "Women would KILL for those lips." I walked away, embarrassed.
I don't think I would kill for those lips but I would definitely, undeniably kill to kiss those lips, sweetling.

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But still that hair - do you have ANY idea how many women would KILL for your hair? You're a walking shampoo commercial, man!!
I've heard that before, my sister said to me many times in the past that why did I get the hair genes that belong to her and she get the ones that clearly should belong to me.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:40 PM   #233
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Whoah.
Hey Trep, post a picture of the Big R. I've heard so much about him, I personally would love to see a picture.
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Old 06-09-2005, 12:56 PM   #234
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That's brave, dude! I did the same thing at 18. Cut it all off, and felt good about it too. No going back now the ol' hairline's receded. At least I can say I did it!

Watch the mullet though.

Hehe
I did the same thing at 21 but then felt so bad that I had to let it grow again, so now it's back on my shoulders
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Yep, there he is. He doesn't look that big to me, unless you were referring to his... I'll stop now
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I kind of sensed lately that it was time for a change.

This is me yesterday:


Three years of hair growing was enough for me right now.
Oh man, all you needed was a beard and a hemlet with horns, and you'd be my new best friend.
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A Wagnerian opera reference from Temp? Wow! This is a red-letter day in my diary!

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A Wagnerian opera reference from Temp? Wow! This is a red-letter day in my diary!

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Are you kidding me? Wagner, next to Carl Orf, is one of my favorite musicians! I mean come on, have you heard The Ring? Great stuff.
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Are you kidding me? Wagner, next to Carl Orf, is one of my favorite musicians! I mean come on, have you heard The Ring? Great stuff.
Yes, I was kidding you. You project such a macho persona, and opera is considered by many to be an effete art form, but if there is such a thing as a "macho opera", Wagner's "Ring Cycle" would be it. God knows it takes serious intestinal fortitude to listen to the whole damn thing at once!


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