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Grin but don't bare it!
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Grin but don't bare it!
Just heard on the news.

"lightening", "fair", and "whitening" are 3 words which L'Oreal will be removing from from all their product marketing labels!

What about any assholes out there with lovely white teeth! Please stop virtue signalling! The game is up you racists!
I've done my part by not eating my beloved fetta cheese! I just realized that it has always been a symbol of the white patriarchal superiority! How could I have been so blind!

https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-...ening-from

What are YOU going to do to become a proper citizen!

1) All blondes needs to be imprisoned straight away for polarizing societies!
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No God, No fear.
Know God, Know fear.
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#2
RE: Grin but don't bare it!
Same thing I have been doing. Pillaging, slaughtering and such.
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#3
RE: Grin but don't bare it!
(June 27, 2020 at 8:15 pm)ignoramus Wrote: What are YOU going to do to become a proper citizen!

I guess I'll have to start dyeing my hair to cover up the age-related undarkening that's starting to become noticeable
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What kind of sick mixed messages are expressed when a hipster orders a black coffee with whiter sugar! They're just intentionally creating havoc amongst our collective subconscious!
Lock them all up!

(lock them up anyway! who even likes skinny chinos!)
No God, No fear.
Know God, Know fear.
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#5
RE: Grin but don't bare it!
Heh, I'm 67 and have been accused of dyeing my hair because it's just slightly gray at my ears. That's genetic- my father's mother had no or very little gray hair when she died at the age of 76. If I hadn't inherited that pattern baldness coupled with a high forehead from my mother, I'd be happier. Now, I'm mocking the Asians with my yellow teeth and the Native Americans with my bloodshot eyes?  Panic

Truce
President TRE45ON sucks.
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(June 27, 2020 at 8:46 pm)Fireball Wrote: Heh, I'm 67 and have been accused of dyeing my hair because it's just slightly gray at my ears. That's genetic- my father's mother had no or very little gray hair when she died at the age of 76. If I hadn't inherited that pattern baldness coupled with a high forehead from my mother, I'd be happier. Now, I'm mocking the Asians with my yellow teeth and the Native Americans with my bloodshot eyes?  Panic

Truce

I'm 52 and my grey haired friends have accused me of dying my hair.



You can fix ignorance, you can't fix stupid.

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#7
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My grey started with a streak in my goatee. I guess I was mocking Elsa Lancaster.
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#8
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Actually glad that mine's gone mostly grey.  As a redhead, I went through an awful (but thankfully brief) stage where it went sort of yellow.  Not blonde - yellow. And not the cute yellow of nanners or baby chicks.  The yellow of jaundice or the edges of a bruise.

Boru
'A man is accepted into a church for what he believes.  He is turned out for what he knows.' - Mark Twain
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(June 28, 2020 at 8:03 am)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: Actually glad that mine's gone mostly grey.  As a redhead, I went through an awful (but thankfully brief) stage where it went sort of yellow.  Not blonde - yellow. And not the cute yellow of nanners or baby chicks.  The yellow of jaundice or the edges of a bruise.

Boru

IDK, sulphur-colored is how I've always pictured you. Razz
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#10
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I don't think "anal alternative coloring" cream will sell all that well.

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