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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tiffin, Jan 1, 2020.
Gray like a mug unless you're some limey bastard
I like how grey looks better.
Grey is good
for me to poupon
especially in hair!
graying and balding
can't wait to see which one wins the race
I have a few gray hairs in my stubble I can see. Im much more alarmed by the ear hair Im having to trim more frequently than Id like.
Wait til you snatch something 2 feet long off your eyebrow
Hello yes this is my most prominent aging sign.
I may be balding but I'm in deep denial about it with my hair grown out. I just have really fine hair, I swear.
I was told a few months ago that I had a gray hair
and I just don’t need such negative people in my life
Got first head grey at 23, like within a year of finishing college, and have been adding a few more every year since. Never tweezed them out though.
I've always kept my facial hair pretty short/shaved so haven't able to track its progress. I went a week or so without shaving recently and holy shit there was so much grey.
I get those on my ears.
I have no interest in pledging at a fraternity
Crazy aging thing I noticed lately — your ears continue to grow throughout your lifespan. I had heard that fact but I starting paying attention to people’s ear size in public. It’s a pretty dead giveaway if they are like recently out of college or getting up there
I wanna say your nose does too but I don’t have any science to back it up
Definitely not my dick ha ha
Oh believe me I know
Dad dick is the biggest lie
the fuck is "dad dick"
When you’re a kid and accidentally see your dad’s dick and it looks like an anaconda
A rite of passage in Arkansas.
I think I saw more granddad and brother dick than dad dick, tbh
good read. dying @ dudes last name being malarkey
Sounds like you need therapy, Leigh
My gray hair has moved north from the sides of my head up into the top. Beard is still only gray around my chin. I like it.
I skipped grey and went straight to white. White ear hair as well. I pluck those though, no way I would just trim. That started a couple years ago at maybe 28?
I've had back hair since like high school. Just wings of it on the shoulders
BIGASSTITTIES has a piano in his house solely to play Billy Joel's Moving Out when I come over.
I hate him and that song
the past couple nights I've watched NBA games I've seen previews for what appears to be some Ben Affleck movie about youth basketball and they seem like a complete joke. Would love to see those previews just keep airing even after this movie runs its limited course in theaters because I think they'd consistently make me laugh given how awful they are
Random question about the mail/post office, or whatever you call the system that leaves coupons for window replacements and birthday cards from my grandmother in my mailbox.
The person we bought our house from 5 years ago got a letter from the IRS delivered to our house. My wife reached out to them on facebook and they asked us to forward to their new address. If we just cross out our address and write the forwarding address on the IRS envelope and put it back in the mail, will that work? I feel like there is probably a procedure for this but if it involves leaving my house or communicating with any government employees I'm just going to put the letter in a new envelope and mail it normally.
Put a sticky note on it with RTS and let the post office and irs deal with it.
Yup, that’s their job.
It’s the same one and I’m starting to think she’s just been after the D this whole time and not my skills on the ivory keys
Is that going to screw the former resident of our house (i.e., risk them never getting this tax form)? They have been helpful to us with random questions about the house over the years and if its going to create a headache for them I don't want to do that.
Depends on their situation I guess. But if it’s a standard issue no it will not impact them and you returning it would trigger the fact that they have not received it. Are these older people who are retired or something? Asking because I can’t think of a scenario where the IRS is trying to talk to you at a wrong address over multiple years. Maybe if you owned multiple houses or something but still it smells a bit fishy.
Also I would never ever tell them you got another piece of mail. RTS immediately. In fact there no way I’d send that even after telling them.
Unlikely to happen, but if something does go sideways for them re: taxes then you could become involved in some kind of audit or proceedings.
If you're that concerned, spend a $1 and pay for postage and a bigger envelope.
I get very annoyed by websites/apps with two revenue streams. If the content is free, I’m okay with ads. If there’s a paywall, there should be no ads. But one thing that’s got my ass chapped that I recently became aware of is recruiting sites making ad revenue from kids’ high school tape, especially with all the talk of compensating players. If they want to use that money to send kids who can’t afford it to camps, then I’m okay with it. But if it’s just lining their pockets, fuck them.
So back to the beard talk -- I was trimming mine last night, and for whatever reason spaced out and forgot to attach a guard. Just took a huge chunk out of my beard. Not high or anything, just spaced out
Considered shaving the whole thing off, but decided against it. Have to be in Court next Tuesday, so we'll see what it looks like then....
Got beers with Corky Bucek last night and attempted to sit on his right side, but sat with this facing him. He was not impressed and I don't think I'll get a second date
Goddamn Shave it and keep the mustache. Not to be ironic or a bro, due to the fact it’s whats needed.
Shave it all to stubble to make it blend as much as possible. Don't leave that patch. What is this amature hour.
Make a sweet goatee
Or do a flavor saver
This is what the GF said. I vehemently disagreed.
I think I might give it a few days and do this. May walk around with a Coronavirus mask to cover it up
just shave an identical patch on the other side