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Post by Rand » 18 Nov 2004 09:38

De Ruyter,
Here's one for you ......

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Post by Rand » 18 Nov 2004 09:41

And another.
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Post by Doggowitz » 18 Nov 2004 13:35

Just cut very short or even totally cut down the hairs around your ears and the neck. Yor Hairs should not touch the collar of your Jacket and your Ears.

The Hairs on top can be as long as you want (yeah but not tooo hippie-long, of course), comb them with a bite hairix or gel to the side or back or make a wave.

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Post by Aph Lin » 18 Nov 2004 16:10

Doggowitz wrote:Just cut very short or even totally cut down the hairs around your ears and the neck. Yor Hairs should not touch the collar of your Jacket and your Ears.

The Hairs on top can be as long as you want (yeah but not tooo hippie-long, of course), comb them with a bite hairix or gel to the side or back or make a wave.


I have this picture that shows long hair on the top.

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Post by Truffelschwein » 18 Nov 2004 20:27

okw wrote:dude

cool hairdo. send us a bigger image. cannot see anything. want to print and take to barber tomorrow.

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Well the photo's were taken small since I have no installed my webcam up,so they came out small automaticaly. And I don't feel like combing my hair like that right now...

So here are some examples of what you should show the Barber...

Tell him you want a "Surfer cut type haircut" Basically cut short around the sides and back.To the skin near the ears and progressivly getting longer as it goes up towards the top of your head.Make sure the top is long and the front is long. And then just wet it,part it and comb it back with your hands. It gives the thickness effect that the first photo has if you use your hands.But you have to have that type of thick silky hair also. :?

Here are some photo's ..

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and incase the images don't work here are the links.

files/eal_big.jpg

http://www.btinternet.com/~rammstein_on ... chard1.jpg

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Post by okw » 12 Dec 2004 07:03

Nice, i printed that black and white image and will bring it with me to the barber next time i go.
Thanks!

Can't go wrong with that hairdo.

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Post by Truffelschwein » 15 Dec 2004 15:53

okw wrote:Nice, i printed that black and white image and will bring it with me to the barber next time i go.
Thanks!

Can't go wrong with that hairdo.



How did the haircut go?

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Post by HaEn » 15 Dec 2004 16:04

Aph Lin wrote:
Doggowitz wrote:Just cut very short or even totally cut down the hairs around your ears and the neck. Yor Hairs should not touch the collar of your Jacket and your Ears.

The Hairs on top can be as long as you want (yeah but not tooo hippie-long, of course), comb them with a bite hairix or gel to the side or back or make a wave.


I have this picture that shows long hair on the top.

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Looks like a reenactor picture to me. Too much stuff hanging around them (typical pose of reenactors who want to show ho authentic they are)
Unless this was the first day he was wearing his EKII, there should not be a cross dangling from his uniform. Oh well. HN.

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Post by Aph Lin » 15 Dec 2004 16:37

HaEn wrote:Looks like a reenactor picture to me. Too much stuff hanging around them (typical pose of reenactors who want to show ho authentic they are)
Unless this was the first day he was wearing his EKII, there should not be a cross dangling from his uniform


Yes, it looks like reenactors. I always suspected that. I can´t remember where I found that picture :(

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Post by Aswan_Raafat » 15 Dec 2004 19:26

HaEn wrote: Looks like a reenactor picture to me. Too much stuff hanging around them (typical pose of reenactors who want to show ho authentic they are)
Unless this was the first day he was wearing his EKII, there should not be a cross dangling from his uniform. Oh well. HN.


Hello,
If you are talking about the colour picture, even if they look like reenactors, they are not.
This picture was made in USSR by the PK Knödler, and it was published in the revue SIGNAL, the 2nd number of APRIL 1943, page 9.

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Post by sylvieK4 » 15 Dec 2004 20:31

In an earlier thread, the decorated man with the wind-blown hair was identified as Walter Pape, and the award an RK, rather than EKII.

A larger version of the photo from the thread: viewtopic.php?t=44093
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Post by okw » 16 Dec 2004 07:32

Hi Truffelschwein

haven't gone but the picture, with SS cut out at the bottom, is in my wallet. I'll just say to the guy, i want it exactly like this! My hair is blond and this is gonna be awesome for my hair color :-)

The barber will probably think: not another nazi... I try and make it a bit longer on top to ressemble the other images on this post, like the soldier between two other guys.

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Post by HaEn » 17 Dec 2004 01:46

A Ritter kreuz was worn around the neck, not from one of the buttonholes.
Oh well. HN.

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Post by AgentBach » 17 Dec 2004 03:38

I wish boys had those clean cut look again. :(
Maybe than I would find ones my age more attractive than clean cut older men.

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Post by sylvieK4 » 17 Dec 2004 15:23

In the larger picture, you can see that - if the man's collar was closed, the medal would hang from his neck, rather than a first button hole. In addition to that award, he is actually wearing an EKII ribbon, as well. It is in place on his second button hole and visible in the picture behind the upper left corner of the flashlight.

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