A Conversation for Sideburns
Jenny and Fred the cheese Started conversation Jul 9, 1999
forget sideburns monobrows are the coolest! these are eyebrows which connect in the middle, some people who own true monobrows shave them in the middle, this is stupid, it would be cooler to have stick on monobrows, yes we deffinatly have to do that, i would buy one.
[email protected] Posted Jul 10, 1999
I've been the proud wearer of one my entire life, but I could have sworn they were called Unibrows.
And I aggree with you, if you've got one, wear it with pride. You wouldn't believe the number of poepl that ask why I let it stay there instead of shaving it. I guess you just can't understand without having one yourself.
Ebibarakabareskos Posted Jul 10, 1999
Yes, monobrows are the coolest kind of eyebrows to have. I have a big bushy monobrow and I always get the girl. I don't know if women find that monobrows are also more attractive to men than stereobrows.
Jenny and Fred the cheese Posted Jul 10, 1999
steriobrows? can you play CDs on those, i suppose on monobrows you would play vinyl then as they are longer. Do you think theres any sort of hair restorer i can use to give myself a monobrow?
Ebibarakabareskos Posted Jul 11, 1999
The key word is hair RESTORER -- if you weren't born with 'em, you can't grow 'em... unless you get serious plastic surgery. I guess some of us are just born lucky
Stereobrows are cool, too -- just not as cool.
Camp_Freddy Posted Jul 11, 1999
You said that you cannot grow the monobrow unless you are born with one. I have to disagree with you there. For the first fourteen years of my life I was the proud owner of a fine pair of stereobrows. But my pride was to be my downfall, at a party I was sucessfully pinned down by a monobrowed friend who proceded to pluck the fine blonde hairs from between my stereobrows with a pair of tweezers. Two months later and I was suprised to find the aforementioned monobrow had taken up permanent residence above my eyes. I have not tried to remove it as I find it adds distinction. There is hope for everyone.
Jenny and Fred the cheese Posted Jul 12, 1999
i've only ever met blokes with monobrows, are there female monobrows? i'm now thinking of plucking my central brow hairs in order to grow a mono but am scared, reassure me please
Camp_Freddy Posted Jul 12, 1999
The female monobrow is a much talked about thing. I have yet to experience it's joys but I feel it can only be better than the offensive stereobrows that some girls decide to scrawl on their faces with what appears to be a fat black marker. These are unrealsitic and a bit spooky, by all means try to grow a monobrow but be warned, there is no going back.
Ebibarakabareskos Posted Jul 14, 1999
1. Yes, the fake stereobrows that are obviously drawn on are really fake looking and it would be much nicer to have real stereobrows. Of course, peoiple don't have complete control over how much hair grows over their eyes (in spite of stories of plucked hair growing back thicker) so you can't really blame them. But whatever you do, never, ever draw in a fake monobrow!!! you'll be the laugh of the town.
2. Technically, it is possible to reverse the process and go back to stereobrows if you come to the unlikely conclusion that you liked them better. However, this may involve either plucking the eyebrows regularly (ouch!!!) or buying expensive hair follickle removing equipment like that wierd thing that shoots an electric current into the hair and kills it. This was just to set the record straight, but I can't think of any reason why someone would want to go back to monobrows.
Ebibarakabareskos Posted Jul 14, 1999
I meant I can't think of a reason why anyone would want to go back to _stereobrows_.
Camp_Freddy Posted Jul 19, 1999
I find the idea of zapping the hair follicles a litle strange! Does this really happen?
[email protected] Posted Jul 20, 1999
Oh yes, quite often I believe. I'm not sure about all of the rest of everywhere, but around where I live there is a product that I believe is called Igia (pronounced : Eye-Gee-A) that is basically a home kit for removing hair around the eyebrow region. I personally think it would be a good prop to use for a joke. Imagine yourself, rather imageine watching someone else waking up one morning and finding a strip of hair about a half an inch wide entirely missing from just a bit left of the middle of their head. Forever. I think it would be at least mildly entertaining, if not totally uproarious.
Camp_Freddy Posted Jul 25, 1999
Pure genius! You could write messages in their eyebrows, or any other bodily hair. What a fantastic idea.
[email protected] Posted Jul 25, 1999
Messages in their hair. That, my friend, is clever. I'd never thought of that one myself, but it could prove to be even more humorous than a strip down the middle of their head.
Jenny and Fred the cheese Posted Jul 25, 1999
do you think i could use this on my legs? does it hurt? it would be cool to put a message on the back of someones head so they didn't know, for days they'd go around with everyone luaghing at them and rap artists congratulating them on their style untill someone finally tells them they have [email protected] written on their head
Camp_Freddy Posted Jul 28, 1999
And just think of the sponsorship! sportsmen with Nike or Reebok or Addidas (spelt wrong?!?) written on every available piece of body hair. Now it's no longer just on clothes and posters etc. That's a bad thing actually.
Jenny and Fred the cheese Posted Jul 29, 1999
hmm yes and its Adidas actualy All Day I Dream About Soccer see? god that makes me sound really sad doesnt it i didn't really know that.
Who's seen "Bugs Life"? The two Eastern European tumbling bugs voiced by Mike McShane? One a monobrow, one a stereobrow... Otherwise identical... Which one did YOU sympathise with...?
Straw Walker Posted Jun 16, 2000
I was always told that people whose eyebrows met in the middle where untrustworthy! Would you buy a used car from a monobrow?
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