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Has anyone else seen this on Adult Swim? As my recently changed avatar will attest, I find it one of the funniest shows I've ever seen, and it's something my 10 year old can watch without me cringing.

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Has anyone else seen this on Adult Swim? As my recently changed avatar will attest, I find it one of the funniest shows I've ever seen, and it's something my 10 year old can watch without me cringing.
I thought 10 year olds were suppose to make you cringe. It is what gives that mature gray look.

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^ Yeah, I think I make him cringe more. Perhaps why I'm blissfully absent of gray hair.
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^ Yeah, I think I make him cringe more. Perhaps why I'm blissfully absent of gray hair.
I saw a picture of me the other day. Apparently even the ruddy red scot hair is trying to gray out. But I somehow think the balding spot in the back is attempting a pincer movement to cut off the approaching gray forces.

I am not happy.

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The white beard adds about 30 years. Shave it and see what you get, it will always grow back.

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The white beard adds about 30 years. Shave it and see what you get, it will always grow back.
I did five years ago when I had an Air Force contract that required Major Bear. That is not the problem. It is the clash of bald and gray on top that is funny.

And there is nothing quite like having little kids [and their moms] come up to you when they have that epiphany that they just saw Santa. It is one of the most fun parts of life. And it is everywhere I go. I can't wear RED from December 1.

And the age part doesn't bother me at all. Since I am not trying to score chicks, I find that "observed" age is completely irrelevant. Once folks interact with me they usually try to figure out how the 21 year old got the old guy's body. But that is part of the fun too.

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