cerseisgoldencunt said: Collar bone length with long layers so you can still gather it into a ponytail?
Yeah, I was thinking something like that, but that sounds so generic that I don’t think a hairdresser will know what I want? I don’t even know what I want exactly.
spockvarietyhour said: My wife met him at a con once. She wasn’t that impressed iirc
Don’t talk shit about dead people, Danny!!
So you usually wear it “open” without a ponytail or smth? In that case, I’d cut it, too. Maybe about shoulder-length, with a sort of asymetrical fringe?
Yeah, usually just loose or in a pony tail when it’s dirty. I braid it to sleep, but never just out, because I have a lot of grey and it doesn’t behave like the other hair, it sticks out of the braid and looks ridiculous.
Wow your hair is even longer than mine now. Sometimes it annoys me, too, but I like that I can wear ponytails and braids and stuff.
Once it gets into my arm pits, or gets caught in the car door, or I put my elbow on it trying to get out of bed, that’s when it comes off.
This is how short it was the last time I cut it, a bit over two years back. Since then I lost about 30 lbs and then gained it all back with a vengeance (and an extra 10lbs), so it would look even dumber now. I just need to take a few inches off and put some layers in or something.
Anonymous asked: why do you never see the guy?
My husband? Because he’s a long-haul trucker. Also we broke up two years ago and while we are still technically married and we live together and have our finances together, we do not have ~the sex~. Therefore - technically single.
sometimes i wonder why i’m single and then i realize i’m at home rewatching i show i’ve already seen two times over with my hair unwashed wearing men boxer briefs, a three day old shirt, no bra and a mismatched pair of socks and i realize i don’t need no man to butt in on my quality alone time
i’m one of those annoying people who’s always like “omg i know that actor from somewhere omg i recognize them whAT WERE THEY IN” when watching tv shows/movies who then proceeds to look it up on their phone and inform everyone that said actor was an extra in an episode of some stupid 90s sitcom once