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@lurkerhasarisen one of the guys in charge at my current assignment has thrown away 10s of thousands of dollars worth of material, but wants to bust everyone's balls over precious minutes.
People have been quitting left and right for the last 3 months, and he struggles to understand why.
Does that mean you're okay with a brunette becoming blonde, or a blonde dying it black?
I've got to agree with @goodmansaysfuckyou. I'm a fan of women going with their natural color, but I'm perfectly fine with a blonde going brunette, or brunette going blonde, though I generally prefer gingers and redheads. As long as a persons hair is a hue and color known to occur naturally for humans; such as blonde, black, brown, red, ginger, grey, or white, I see no reason to be overly concerned.
However, if you come across people with hair that is either neon or every other known color on the rainbow outside of an anime or video game character cosplay event, you wouldn't be in the wrong to be weary of them. The same can be said of the obese, tattooed, excessively pierced or people with any varying combination of the four.Read More
@adam-l I haven't read the book, but I happen to know its actual title reads, "When Men Behave Badly" (emphasis added.)
Does the actual content of the book really read White Knightish when read with a Red Pill POV, or are we just gonna run with a biased retitling and condemn it on that basis?
@LampinWhileTappin Yes, it does. I had big legs before I was big-ish all around. The legs alone were more a bad thing for looks. Since the upper body caught up, people of all kinds tell me I look very muscular. I think the difference between big upper body with or without big legs is that with the big legs, you just look big and intimidating all around. It sucks to search for pants though.