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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by rze99, Oct 9, 2019.
I wish white Levis would make a comeback. Corduroy too. And this time with button fly.
Have you seen the trend in tattoos? Piercings? Loops in the ears to stretch the holes, not dangling from them?
There is an economic-demographic divide where hair color and tattoos are a given on one side and the other remains mark free or gets something tiny and mostly hidden.
It's all art expression and hair is whimsical plus it can be changed.
You're not supposed to get it, grampa.
Yes I noticed that too. I think the rainbow hair colours suits young woman, but the badly done look I don’t get.
I am of the camp where if you do something you do it right. Lots of tattoos look like they were done by kindergarten kids. Same issue.
Maybe it’s something I am not getting
The same could be said about tattoos. Nothing makes a beautiful woman ugly like them.
It is the herding instinct. Monkey see monkey do.
Nothing fries logic or regret like self mutilation .... uh fashion.
I think it's interesting.
Why is it shocking that many young people don't want to look like their grandparents?
It is for looking at something at the mirror (in the rare ocassion they aren't only looking at their smartphone's screen)
Why?...because they can....
What Dad hasn't put hair dye in their teens hair?
I've done it a few times, Manic Panic for the win.
I'm 55 and have no problem with it. I even bought the tube of dye for both my kids when they wanted to do it. I have less tolerance for people who complain about things that ultimately will have zero effect on their own lives.
because it looks good.
why did you get the particular finish on the last guitar you played?
So they can be different and unique like everyone else.
When I was a kid my aunties would always touch my fine, fair, straight hair and say.. Oh! you've got grandma's hair.....
I'd look over at grandma with her blue rinse tight curls and run away yelling NOOOoooo!....
I thought when I grew up my hair would turn blue and go curly.....
Those would be the same ones that also dress in clothes much like their teenage daughters wear in a futile effort to look young. Just looks even more ridiculous. Sad in a way.
Listen to your daughter . Something along the lines of "lettin' your freak flag fly".
God bless Tish and Snooky! Then and now:
I’m a man with long hair at nearly 40. I’m sure that offends young people!
I guess sometimes it’s not rebellion. It’s just people get bored with what they see in the mirror. Simple as that. And a lot of people have to wear uniforms for jobs... If they can get away with doing something with their hair, they might feel a little more like themselves and a little less like a “resource”.