That has ALWAYS been the standard for homosexual haircuts, going back to the 1920s!
Stop trying to make Eli whatever happen. He's never going to happen.
Homely. Tragically. Body language, his affect is off, too. . That said, I'd definitely too the guy on his right...left in frame. Boyish, slightly androgynous.
It's called an undercut and was popularized by young factory workers and street gangs in Great Britain at the turn of the century. It was later popular among Nazi military officers. It has nothing to do with Hitler youth although I suppose obese basement dwellers can be forgiven their ignorance.
R15, it is commonly referred to this way, and there are endless photos of Hitler Youth with the haircut.
r16, only for obese basement dwellers who look at endless amounts of Hitler Youth photos.
That photo of ZQ is FOURTEEN MONTHS OLD.
He's moved on, to the "George Hamilton" look...
[quote]it is commonly referred to this way
Maybe in a nursing home it is. Men don't name their haircuts, that's something women do.
R13=jealous A. Lambert
High 'n tight. The style adopted by countless Marine butch bottoms.
What I hate most about this haircut - besides the ugliness - is how often I see it! Everyone has it! Why? Why do we all want to look like each other, no matter how unattractive the means?
Sigh! we were having this same discussion when I first joined DL over a decade ago only then it was about the Tintin haircut. Old queens will always piss and moan about changing fashions leaving them behind.
I wore the Tin Tin cut and always got compliments on it.
Recently I went to a new (gay) male stylist, and he gave me a different flattering cut and also slightly lightened my hair color.
Many more compliments.
It takes a good stylist to make you look good, and it takes awhile to find a good stylist.
R21 this is not high n tight. On that haircut the top is much shorter. Marines are not shaving the sides of their heads and leaving it significantly long on top.
Only one word describes R24's post: MARY!!!!!
"We'll NEVER stop thinking this is a clever way to start a thread," vows misguided homosexual.