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Let´s see those faces people.

Azhael

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So, to revive the spirit of an old post, i ´m starting this new one.
Basically i´m a curious b***ard and i want to put a face to all of you xD I know some of you of course, but there´s still lots of new people(and old ones) that i cannot put a face to, and that´s killing meeee!!!!

So, without further ado, i give you....myself!(if i don´t start, nobody is....)
 

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I'm the one with ginger hair.
 

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I'm not short on talent. I'm just short.
 

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Azhael

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Why is everybody either ginger or blonde(or Morg hehe)? Not fair....not fair at all....
Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬
 

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Hey,

well I'm new but I really enjoy this kind of topics especially on international pages.
So here I am:
 

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My wife Nancy and Me.
 

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Why is everybody either ginger or blonde(or Morg hehe)? Not fair....not fair at all....
Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬


We Gingers have no souls....our presence here is part of the worldwide domination plot...that I am not supposed to discuss and will probably get demoted to the dreaded "Strawberry Blonde" rank for even mentioning...:D
 

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My wife Nancy and Me.

You look better in a wig. ;)

Damn mediterranean looks.....¬¬

Nothing wrong with those swarthy good looks! There's a reason the phrase is "tall, DARK, and handsome..."
There are some women who won't even look twice at a man if he has blond or red hair.

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Here I am at the MI Renaissance Faire last year, shortly before a tornado forced me into a bad motel.
 

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Azhael

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I really like ginger/blonde, me. Mind you, i guess it´s normal to look for the less common traits hehe. Here everyone is dark haired and brown eyed...it´s just boring. We need more red heads and green eyes around this lands...

PS: keep those pictures coming people, the more the better.

Nothing wrong with those swarthy good looks! There's a reason the phrase is "tall, DARK, and handsome..."
There are some women who won't even look twice at a man if he has blond or red hair.
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Her is a pic of me from my wedding...9-20-03. A little out of date admittedly, but I have limited pics on my computer.

See photo below...

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-jbherpin-
 

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Here's the infamous Nathan-

It's cool to see what some of you look like. I'd been wondering....
 

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Steven, you are not related to Peter Heppner(member of Wolfsheim) are you? xDD
And Nathan...you can´t possibly be 15 Ô_o what do they feed you, fertilizer?
 
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Alright I guess I'll add my lovely face up on here ... lol
By the way that is not my natural hair color ... I have really dark brown hair.
 

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