"Who says you have to hide graying hair? Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, and Patrick Dempsey are just a few of the hot celebs who have gone gracefully gray."
What do you think of these guys and their graying hair? Any others?
Is it gray or grey?
Collin Farrell is scorching hot. Too bad he's a breeder. What a waste.
Most of those guys had a nosejob.
Why is this a big deal? Male stars have always been allowed to go gray. It would truly be revolutionary if a relatively young and attractive actress went gray and still got leading parts. If an actress is gray, she's usually only playing grandmothers.
R1, it's "gray." Also, considering Damon and Pitt dye their hair for literally almost *every* role, I don't know if I'd say they're "gracefully growing into" their gray hair. Needless to say, George Clooney *owns* this thread, with Anderson Cooper a close second.
James Marsden was surprisingly gray on 30 Rock tis week.
Anderson Cooper the Alien.
George was smoking in his young days on TFOL and Roseanne. Now he just looks ancient. Anderson Cooper's baboon nose and elephant ears and triangle head make him unattractive regardless.
R9, you've nailed the truth about AC. His head area is repelling.
The great thing is that Matt's butt and taint hairs, which aren't that thick but which he doesn't trim, have turned gray, too, and look beautiful against his still-pink ass.
I don't mind the extra dimpling and few sag lines his ass has picked up. That massive stand of glute muscle strains gravity and naturally stretches his mature skin. But those beautiful clumps of silver ass hair, musky with a long day's filming - you KNOW that's got to be some sweet stuff up there.
grey-haired guys are always hotter.
Pitt's been wearing a long blond wig/extensions for the past couple of years. He's not aging gracefully, he looks homeless.
There is no biological reason to find grey-haired men attractive.
Selleck's hair looks wrong because every hair above his clavicle is exactly the same color. Normal color variation, including leaving some white, would still look good.
Not as good as leaving it white, though.
not there yet but when joshua jackson goes gray, i will need handiwipes
Brad Pitt is only grey in his beard. He obviously dyes his hair.
Curiously, R20 and R24, Talia Balsam was previously married to George Clooney, who is also on this list.
Absolute proof of Slattery's heterosexuality.
OMG! I read this thread as "Gorgeous guys who've gone gay"
Damon doesn't look so hot. He's hit the wall.
I just saw the latest episode of 30 Rock and James Marsden was sporting a graying buzzcut. He looked amazing too.
[quote]There is no biological reason to find grey-haired men attractive.
Biology doesn't have "reasons." It's the study of life. You're welcome.
As with all psuedo-sciences, sociobiology--trying to explain human behavior through theories of evolution--is total bullshit. Unlike real science, it starts with a conclusion and works backwards. Whatever the human behavior--name it, even an invented human behavior--you could think of a sociobiological "reason."
"Men with grey hair have survived longer and are therefore more alpha, more likely to command resources, have more knowledge, fighting skills etc. The propensity to find them attractive would therefore lead to better survival rates among those with such a preference."
Voila. Sociobiology is such utter bullshit.
But you're still old, R48. And your gray hair makes you look even older.
r49 won't live long enough to go gray. Someone will kill him for being such a prick.
I posted this earlier -- I know someone with solid, deep gray hair, all one color. I've seen him with red hair, silver hairs mixed in, silver hair dyed blond mixed in -- do some men purposely dye their hair a solid deep gray - say Russian Blue color?
R50 is 10 years older than R48.
Um, dipshit at r49, the argument wasn't about whether gray hair makes someone look older (it does, duh) but whether or not there might be "biological reasons" for being attracted to someone with grey hair.
You can't read... and you're mid to late 30s at "youngest."
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