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It struck me recently that there a large number of men, who when they hit 30, start to get pudgy, red cheeked, start losing their hair & begin to look like, well, overgrown babies.

What's the story with that?!?

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cruiser178 Registered User
#2

Just dont look in the mirror then.

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#3

Ageing is not new...

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cruiser178 said:
Just dont look in the mirror then.



Meow

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RichieC said:
Ageing is not new...

oh..

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#6

30 is the new 3.

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Guill Registered User
#7

They're still men though.

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starbelgrade said:
It struck me recently that there a large number of men, who when they hit 30, start to get pudgy, red cheeked, start losing their hair & begin to look like, well, overgrown babies.

What's the story with that?!?


You puttin stuff in the stout?

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Nodin said:
You puttin stuff in the stout?

i bet he's drinking formula.

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Procasinator Registered User
#10

The pudginess is probably our increasingly high-calorie diet and sedentary lifestyle. Metabolic rates tend to decrease with age, too.

Red cheeks could be from Rosacea, nicknamed the 'curse of the Celts'. It might also be caused by increase body temperature from the pudginess and exertion kicking in sooner.

The losing of hair is most likely just plain old male pattern baldness.

Hope that helps answer your questions OP.

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bark bark

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Procasinator said:
The pudginess is probably our increasingly high-calorie diet and sedentary lifestyle. Metabolic rates tend to decrease with age, too.

Red cheeks could be from Rosacea, nicknamed the 'curse of the Celts'. It might also be caused by increase body temperature from the pudginess and exertion kicking in sooner.

I'm well past 30 and hairier and musclier than ever.

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starbelgrade said:
It struck me recently that there a large number of men, who when they hit 30, start to get pudgy, red cheeked, start losing their hair & begin to look like, well, overgrown babies.

What's the story with that?!?


badly dressed poor diet, bad genetics.. irish people are kinda imbred i recon

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#14

Alcohol - Sedentary lifestyle...

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starbelgrade said:
It struck me recently that there a large number of men, who when they hit 30, start to get pudgy, red cheeked, start losing their hair & begin to look like, well, overgrown babies.


You're probably just getting a little brewdy... seeing what you want to see.

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