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The Man Bun: Yay Or Nay?


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Not my thing--and unless you might be a samurai it can look goofy--but I'm not going to tell guys how to wear their hair--there are much more important things to be concerned about...
 
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I don't even have hair on the top of my head. I don't think I'm entitled to an opinion.
 

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Soon you may see signs like this at certain restaurants and social events...

 
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Been there; done that - back in the late 90s when I was a student. There was a TV show about some band that decided to go country to win a contest and 'make it' or something and then won and had to keep it up. The main music guy in that fictional band had the long top with shaved sides (in a pony tail/braid/bun most of the time; down only when performing in the 'country ' band) as well as a man jumper. I took a few too many fashion queues from that character (including the short sleeve/leg romper/jumper, which I can't help noticing is also a thing now.... though I had it all grunge/punked up with long johns underneath and combat boots). Oh the days when I had hair.
 
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I suppose many have seen this TV commercial...

 

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Wear what u want to. Whom am I to judge?

They do look somewhat retarded though!

Fashion and style are your own personal choice.

Quite frankly I wear what I like and don't really care if it's in style or not.

Hell, I am still wearing my MC Hammer parachute pants. I like them and besides they're damn comfy. Who cares. My boys won't be seen in public with me but whatever! I also like Goth fashion styles! A lot of people don't like this as well but like I said, who cares.
 

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See goth fashion was always too expensive. You just can't get most of that stuff at the thrift shop. Otherwise I may have been all over it myself.
 

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See goth fashion was always too expensive. You just can't get most of that stuff at the thrift shop. Otherwise I may have been all over it myself.
I just love the Victorian aspect of Goth fashion! I am really creative and usually modify the clothes that I buy to suit my taste.

I like to look unique an different.
 
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