People Judge You By Your Neck Hair

Dudes, it’s spring. For God’s sake, please tend to your personal neck hair situation ASAP.

The one thing all men have in common despite social status, height, favorite NFL team or favorite member of the “A-Team” (Murdock for me) is the fire breathing demon of neck-hair. And what this article postulates is that you are limited by or succeed in spite of your own personal neck hair situation.

A close female friend of mine told me that she uses a guy’s neck hair as a gauge for how much back hair he would potentially have and that she was hitting at an 85% clip.

Another female friend told me that if a guy doesn’t care about his neck hair, which is fully visible, imagine what the “non-visible” hair would look like.

Put simply, if your neck hair is out of control, people automatically assume that your life is out of control. And, it probably is, friend.

Lets look to popular culture for examples, starting with Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Scott Disick.

You may not like him, but one thing you have to say is that he is impeccably well-groomed and probably has his neck hair removed via laser every couple weeks. And that is why he has a ton of money, a sweet car, and has impregnated a Kardashian that isn’t Khloe.

Read the full article here.


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