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  • Is this catchy. And his other stuff is just as good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yf5fsSqAF7A&pbjreload=101 https://youtube.com/watch?v=yf5fsSqAF7A&pbjreload=101
  • 1. So what is "accepting" to you? 2. As I said previously, I'd say the same thing about men. Plenty of men are desperate and settle for less for various reasons. Not everyone gets their dream person and yes, a lot of people do settle because they're afraid to be alone. 3. No, I never said that. I suppose you could say I…
  • Yes, I have accepted it. I accept that I will probably be bald the rest of my life. Acceptance is not the same as loving something. Stop trying to turn this into a gender issue. How would you describe men that you didn't want to date? And for the last goddamn time, I NEVER SAID IT WAS WRONG FOR WOMEN TO JUDGE ME BASED ON…
  • Those are things I already hated about myself, not things I have "already started finding," and I mentioned them in my previous posts. Yes, I have to accept that I can't fix my height and that some people will see me as a big guy just because I'm a half foot taller than the average guy. And yes, I have to accept being bald…
  • Senior citizen/dad version (I shop for both of us): Corned beef hash V-8 (canned version, which is cheaper) Any doughnuts or related stuff from the discount rack at the bakery
  • I said this several times in the thread while people were saying I should date right now despite how I look. I know my jaundiced view of myself would poison a relationship and it's also not fair to the woman to say, "I don't like how I look, so if you say anything positive about me physically, get ready for some sulking."…
  • No, it's not ironic, it's coincidental. Ironic would be if I were to come on here saying that I didn't judge women by their appearance and they shouldn't do that to me either. I openly admit that, when dating, I care what the woman looks like. I'm not saying it's wrong for them to notice how I look or even to make…
  • As I said earlier, just because I ask people to elaborate or have responses to what they say does not mean I'm ignoring what I read or throwing out people's advice. Yes, I roll my eyes at some of the "it doesn't matter what you look like...anyone who judges you by your outer appearance isn't the right person for you"…
  • "Fit" as in performance level is something different than weight, but I think both could be legitimate preferences for a mate -- either for men or women. Going forward, I WILL place more of a priority on fitness just froml a compatibility standpoint. As for the height... I've stated before... I feel like the premise…
  • Women who wear vintage clothes. When I grew up, '50s nostalgia pictures were big thanks to the ages of the filmmakers, and it made me love the clothes of the 1950s. I always thought my ideal woman would wear cardigans and plaid skirts. Someone who would disdain that sweatpants and leggings had become the mainstream.
  • While he looks good, I hate that everyone notices my height and size.
  • While I don't like cigarette smoking, living I wasn't alluding to your response. When I started to lose my hair, I was angry that while it was seen as traumatic for a woman to lose their hair, my hair loss was seen as comical, complete with head rubs and wig catalogs, usually followed by remarks on how I shouldn't be mad…
  • You'd have to have pretty low standards to say that you were cheered by strangers telling you you're a worthy human being. Losing weight will help me. I will never achieve my ideal, but I'm not going to buy that if I lose 50 lbs (I've already lost more than 15), I won't feel good about it. And who are you to say that…
  • It's also real easy for women to say "being bald is no big deal" and while I'm not going to be so disingenuous as to say a woman going bald is the same as a man going bald, but it changes you. You are no longer young. You are no longer attractive in a traditional sense. Big, tall guys like me (esp. being bald) have the…
  • Not arguing, and I think I know the answer, but can you elaborate as to why? I only know Brynner from "The Ten Commandments" and "The Magnificent Seven." However, occasionally I've collected photos of bald men who did not look like big dumb oafs as a way to remind me that there is a way to be attractive even if you're…
  • Yeah, but what image do both of them have, likeable as they can be? Big tough oafs.
  • I really want to take that as a compliment, but I don't see how anyone's appearance could be enhanced by baldness unless their hair was either already thinning or so unruly that you'd figure they'd be better off just getting rid of all of it and letting it grow back. What makes a guy suit baldness better than others?
  • Please don't call it "the bald." Why would you like that look?
  • I hate that every tall or big girl likes that I offset her size and make her feel small. I hate that I'm supposed to enjoy being seen as the big oaf who dwarfs his girlfriend (try dating someone under five feet...you get all sorts of remarks about how cute it is about how tiny she is and how HUGE you are). What I really…
  • I hate that every woman who feels bad about how tall/big she is feels better compared to me. Like finally they won't see her as the big awkward oaf, and since I'm a guy, I'm obligated to revel in comments about how huge I am. When someone says, "You look like a football player," nine times out of ten it means you look big…
  • Home. Weighed myself on my own scale and it's the same...268, maybe even a touch less depending on how I stand. I've also lost about two inches from my belly (I measure at the roundest point) in the last couple of weeks. I was 275 on Monday. Had a hour and 15 minutes before my flight, so I had the aforementioned whiskey…
  • Flying home so will begin exercising tomorrow. Already lost 17 lbs in the last few weeks by cutting back on drinking and eating only when hungry. Will probably be counting calories too. Got a fitbit versa 3 smart watch.
  • What does “regular features” mean?
  • While I might inwardly roll my eyes at a basketball comment, I guarantee it would not be received anywhere near as bad as football. I don’t like my height, but my real hatred is of being seen as big, beefy, bulky, (ugh) “thick”, or “you’re like a big teddy bear.” I doubt I would hate myself as much hearing that, even if I…
  • I’m afraid to ask what you mean.
  • [quote="snowflake954;c-45701278" Try that selfie again[/quote] Me on plane...imo, this makes me look 50 lbs heavier
  • I used to see ads for kettlebells in some fitness magazine years ago. The ad copy included something about how using kettlebells would allow you to “laugh at your opponents as their feeble punches now have little effect on you.” And this was not a boxing or martial arts mag. Lol
  • Me right this moment (in airport bar)
  • Drinking the world’s worst whiskey sour in the green bay airport. The plastic cup was a nice touch. It’s so weak I could guzzle it all in one gulp. First booze I’ve had in 24 hours. 90 minutes till flight. The reduced booze intake and eating only when hungry has helped me lose 17 lbs in less than 3 weeks, which should give…
  • Maybe I won’t be able to reach it. I will have to do the best I can. I have tried telling people many times. I was always told I was being stupid because other men wished they were taller or bigger. I don’t want to date looking like this with some disclaimer about how I’m losing weight. I will still be looking the way I am…