exactly this. it's really the women who are to blame
So you are dude that cares how another dude wears his hair? That seems a bit woman-like to me.
Hot Cross Man Bun wrote:
Sorry you're bald, dude.
Nothing he can do about that, there is something you can do about looking a jerk. Either you want long hair or not be a man and make your mind up don't tie it up in a hiss fit
While you are at it. If you can shave the sides of your head you can shave your stupid pretend casually grown straggly beard
I just had my hair done. You have to pay a few $$ to get the right look. Man bun is 2014. Here is my photo , and this is a better modern look.
Hate this look wrote:
Guys, let's get past this horrible fad. I can't understand why a guy would go through the effort of intentionally growing out and cutting their hair in a way that would allow them to pull it up into a bun so they resemble a woman. Just because some great looking actor pulls it off doesn't mean you should do it. When you do it you're just an ugly dude that's trying too hard with his man bun. Not fair on my part, but I immediately dismiss man bun wearers as complete douchebags. Sorry.
Running was a fad...can you get past it?
I have been rocking a man bun for like a month and I love it. I love having long hair and always loved pulling it back in a pony tail. The thing is, women are shallow and don't go for men with long hair or a ponytail, for the most part. I know this from experience. I usually grow my hair out for maybe two years then chop it off. It is fine to a point and women sorta love it but then once it gets to legite long, easily past the shoulders, chicks just aren't in to it at all.
I was about to cut it again but wanted to try something different and so many people encouraged me to go for the bun. I did it for like a week and got sooooo many compliments and the women really do love it. It is also more formal and professional than just having really long hair or even a pony tail.
Also, I put no effort in to it. It maybe takes 30sec to pull back in the morning.
I'm going to keep enjoying my hair and keep enjoying the compliments and female attention that comes with it. Sorry baldylocks.
bring back the 70s wrote:
What can these guys be thinking? asks the man who thought wearing polyester bell bottoms and an afro was really cool back when he was that age.
You mad bro?
Yes. Yes I am.
Why don't you ask a man bun wearer to stop in person instead of whining about it on a message board? If you are manner than a man bun wearer it should be easy.
I'm just glad that you're not referring to men wearing buns--as in the swimsuit-like bottoms the women wear. While speed suits can be just about as bad, from your title I was afraid men were starting to wear buns. At the very least it makes the hairdo not so bad.