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Old 03-15-2018, 09:10 PM   #1
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Little boys having boys haircuts???

On a short vacation and seems like when head closer to bigger towns you see quite a few elementary age boys with hair down below their shoulders.

Do schools not require haircuts anymore? Parents blow the haircut money on select sports? What’s the deal?
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Old 03-15-2018, 09:20 PM   #2
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Not sure. My wife's cousins has a little boy with long hair. Every time I see them I tell her what a cute little girl she has.
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Old 03-15-2018, 10:10 PM   #3
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Perhaps they’re in training to attend San Angelo ISD?


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Old 03-15-2018, 11:42 PM   #4
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Isn't this a middle school/ high school phase for most guys? My hair was long in high school, I just happened to grow a fro instead of it being straight down though lol


Also, I'm sure you guys saw plenty of rat tails and mullets back in the day. Now it's the man bun on the kids I bet. I work in the Houston Heights, a yuppie neighborhood like most of you would call it and its stuff I've seen forever.
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:43 PM   #6
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Old 03-15-2018, 11:55 PM   #7
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The hair doesn't make or break the kid. The inside matters much more than the outside.
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Old 03-16-2018, 12:41 AM   #8
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Society as a whole has feminized men and called it culture. At the same time women are becoming more butch. Call me old fashioned but I still favor the patriarchy in a gender binary world
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Old 03-16-2018, 01:14 AM   #9
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My sophomore son has been growing his hair out, it's not quite shoulder length but it's long. Most adults give him a hard time about it and he takes it in stride. Some of his friends too, mostly girls as they are running their fingers through his hair. He was even addressed as ma'am by a waiter at a restaurant in front of several of his friends. He still wears it long. His grades are mostly A's with an occasional B. He plays football and basketball, keeps the stats for the baseball team, he's well on his way to Eagle Scout, and he's well liked by his peers. Keep it up young man! You do all the good and I could care less how you wear your hair! Although, I am one of the adults that gives him a hard time about. It's the dad thing to do!
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Old 03-16-2018, 01:46 AM   #10
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That one was of the biggest differences that I noticed when I moved from north Arkansas to Texas..... Grown men getting offended about other men’s hairstyles.

Long hair and beards were always accepted here, but it was “disrespectful” a little further southwest. It bothers the straight laced.

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Old 03-16-2018, 02:02 AM   #11
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I don't have ridiculously long hair but it's not short my any means. I don't like getting haircuts. Nobody says anything about it. I can't say I'd care if they did because I wouldn't. If I had to get it cut for work I'd probably.....ask myself how much I really like that job.
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Old 03-16-2018, 05:23 AM   #13
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The long hair deal been going on since the 60s most of you on here had long hair at one time. Then you grow up and cut it. I didn't say that you need to act mature
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Old 03-16-2018, 05:43 AM   #14
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Never had long hair, never wanted long hair. Too dang hot in Texas maybe if I lived in Alaska
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:27 AM   #15
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Never had long hair, never wanted long hair. Too dang hot in Texas maybe if I lived in Alaska
I lived in Alaska when I was young, still kept my hair very short.
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:39 AM   #16
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The hair doesn't make or break the kid. The inside matters much more than the outside.

This!
I will say though, I HATE seeing some dude chick with a man bun. Absolutely disgusting to me. LOL!
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:40 AM   #17
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I don't care what you do with your hair, your truck, your house, or your life just don't try to push it onto my side of the fence!
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:47 AM   #18
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Well long hair in schools for boys has always been around. I like my kid’s baseball coach.
Shave even if all you have is peach fuzz
Hair does not touch ears or collar

It looks good and gets them ready for a career other than Jimmy Johns
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Old 03-16-2018, 06:53 AM   #19
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:08 AM   #20
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The real question is why you’re camping out near schools scoping out little boys...
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:12 AM   #21
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I don't think the hair makes the man. Saw one on vacation at the Smithsonian. Young lad with shoulder length blonde hair with pink highlights. It didn't hurt my feelings.


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Old 03-16-2018, 07:19 AM   #22
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I think kids grow their hair long sometimes because they know their parents don't agree with it. Kids in general are rebellious and will do anything possible just to know that they are annoying the heck out of their parents. The more people who tell them they need a hair cut, the longer it will get.


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Probably the same kids you need to get off your lawn!
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:23 AM   #24
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I will say though, I HATE seeing some dude chick with a man bun. Absolutely disgusting to me. LOL!
The man-bun is this generation's mullet lol

My dad was born in 55. Looking through his HS yearbook (class of '74), it seemed every dude had long hair.
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:26 AM   #25
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I don’t care if my kids hair has a little length. With that said he will have a fresh haircut, shaved face, and will be tucked in. I don’t like a soup sandwich and my kid is not looking like one. His baseball coach takes it a step farther and has hair length standards. I think someone tried to challenge it and he just said they don’t have to cut their hair they just can not step on the field if they are not up to team standards
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:29 AM   #26
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Little boys having boys haircuts???

On a short vacation and seems like when head closer to bigger towns you see quite a few elementary age boys with hair down below their shoulders.

Do schools not require haircuts anymore? Parents blow the haircut money on select sports? What’s the deal?
It all started with the square-toed boot, bedazzled back pocket, california truck lean transgender syndrome
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:29 AM   #27
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Our school requires hair cuts (small school outside San Angelo).
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:30 AM   #28
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I resemble that guy, maybe worse, yeah its worse... Similar hair(not as poofy), beard, piercings, tattoos (went through a punk phase; used to have mohawk). I hunt. fish, guns since 7yo, work on cars, used to drag race, motorcycles, ect. ( had to add in manly stuff)

Could be rebel thing, likely. its also just Culture, changing of the times. people don't dress the same as the 1800's, as 1900's, as 1920, 1950, 60,70, and so on.
Funny thing is, I'm 35, look at younger kids style and go what the hell, when I did similar stuff. Looks Dont make the person.
Oh, and it will not always cause job finding difficulties, things are more accepted today, for better or worse. There are extremes that can cause job difficulties, but in general long hair will not.

I will not ever get the Cali-lean or skinny jeans/skinny jeans falling off a#* style.

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My sophomore son has been growing his hair out, it's not quite shoulder length but it's long. Most adults give him a hard time about it and he takes it in stride. Some of his friends too, mostly girls as they are running their fingers through his hair. He was even addressed as ma'am by a waiter at a restaurant in front of several of his friends. He still wears it long. His grades are mostly A's with an occasional B. He plays football and basketball, keeps the stats for the baseball team, he's well on his way to Eagle Scout, and he's well liked by his peers. Keep it up young man! You do all the good and I could care less how you wear your hair! Although, I am one of the adults that gives him a hard time about. It's the dad thing to do!
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Old 03-16-2018, 07:36 AM   #30
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All got started yesterday when my son was playing with another young boy at the water park. Both 6-8 yrs old. Mine came over to the chairs/tables area and said he was having fun playing water wars with a little girl. Just so happens that little “boys” Mom was sitting at the table next to us and immediately spoke up and said it was a boy in a really rude fine. Well newsflash if you don’t want to be called a girl don’t look like one! Guess I’m old fashioned (and not old). Carry on.
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All got started yesterday when my son was playing with another young boy at the water park. Both 6-8 yrs old. Mine came over to the chairs/tables area and said he was having fun playing water wars with a little girl. Just so happens that little “boys” Mom was sitting at the table next to us and immediately spoke up and said it was a boy in a really rude fine. Well newsflash if you don’t want to be called a girl don’t look like one! Guess I’m old fashioned (and not old). Carry on.
That's kindda funny. My grand-maw always tells me to get a "mans haircut".
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Anything to pizz off adults is what they do. Won't ever change. Look at the early 80s hairstyles. I laugh at man buns but couldn't care less if they want to look like that.
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Yessir. I agree.
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I don't mind it one bit if it's the kids choice. It weirds me out when the parents force it upon their kids.
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I resemble that guy, maybe worse, yeah its worse... Similar hair(not as poofy), beard, piercings, tattoos (went through a punk phase; used to have mohawk). I hunt. fish, guns since 7yo, work on cars, used to drag race, motorcycles, ect. ( had to add in manly stuff)



Could be rebel thing, likely. its also just Culture, changing of the times. people don't dress the same as the 1800's, as 1900's, as 1920, 1950, 60,70, and so on.

Funny thing is, I'm 35, look at younger kids style and go what the hell, when I did similar stuff. Looks Dont make the person.

Oh, and it will not always cause job finding difficulties, things are more accepted today, for better or worse. There are extremes that can cause job difficulties, but in general long hair will not.



I will not ever get the Cali-lean or skinny jeans/skinny jeans falling off a#* style.


I agree totally........ but the hipster / lumbersexual / man bun thing cracks me up.

I've worn a long ponytail and beard, ear piercing holes are still visible, tattoos and will still grow an obnoxious length goatee
And I agree about not causing job difficulties. I hold a professional position in the mechanical trades industry which I advanced to after a couple decades on my tools...... along with the other 50% of us construction trash that advanced....
No, I don't pay attention to others appearances'

But I don't understand neck and face tattoos (except Mike Tyson's, looks good on him)


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All got started yesterday when my son was playing with another young boy at the water park. Both 6-8 yrs old. Mine came over to the chairs/tables area and said he was having fun playing water wars with a little girl. Just so happens that little “boys” Mom was sitting at the table next to us and immediately spoke up and said it was a boy in a really rude fine. Well newsflash if you don’t want to be called a girl don’t look like one! Guess I’m old fashioned (and not old). Carry on.
Well, I'm old fashioned (and Old). When I got back from Viet Nam I grew my hair down to my shoulders. I don't recall anyone calling me a girl, at least no one that counted.

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Old 03-16-2018, 08:15 AM   #40
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My grandfather used those exact words to the barber. I had kind of long hair and he told the barber to give me a little boys haircut.
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I thought about getting a neck tattoo I just can't decide
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Old 03-16-2018, 08:35 AM   #42
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Some of you guys sound like my dad back in the 60's and 70's. "Dang long haired hippies - they look like girls!" Hairstyles for young people come and go. I personally prefer long, 1970's rocker hair to the current buzzed on the sides poofy on top look. But whatever....
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Old 03-16-2018, 08:35 AM   #43
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Little boys having boys haircuts???

On a short vacation and seems like when head closer to bigger towns you see quite a few elementary age boys with hair down below their shoulders.

Do schools not require haircuts anymore? Parents blow the haircut money on select sports? What’s the deal?
Guess they don't have restrictions on hair. With all the other stuff kids do/don't do these days, they probably just glad they are there not shooting the place up...
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The man-bun is this generation's mullet lol

My dad was born in 55. Looking through his HS yearbook (class of '74), it seemed every dude had long hair.
Same grad year hear. 99% of my classmates had some length of long hair...
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Old 03-16-2018, 08:37 AM   #44
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Lots of it in San Angelo too. It’s just the small schools that make them stay short. Couldn’t be past our shoulders so mine went just above most the time
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Old 03-16-2018, 09:02 AM   #45
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I have always had short hair and short fingernails. I can't stand either to be long, I think it's nasty. But I have had facial hair since 1993 and some people can't stand that. So to each their own. If the kid or parent likes it, more power to them.
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Not related to this, but Tucker made some valid points.......about men in general.

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Old 03-16-2018, 09:59 AM   #47
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Ain't there a song called long haired country boy? Lol I've had my hair long down to my shoulders before, but only because i didn't feel like cutting it. When i cut it, i buzz it all down. That said i cut my son's hair. He's gonna be a hairy one like his dad, has a hairy back at 2 years old .
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You know why old men have always said boys with long hair look like girls....? Because it's always been true.


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Old 03-16-2018, 10:18 AM   #50
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My Dad got out of the Marines and had what looked like a perm. My Uncles and most young men that I have pictures from the 70s of had long hair as young men.

Now go back to my Grandpa's pictures and my Great Uncles, and there was no long hair to be found. From the 60's on long hair has been a thing for young folks.

I hate it personally, but my Brother has a man bun. He's a beast, and I'd take him against 97% of folks out there. And my Nephew looks like a girl.

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