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By nohair - / Sunday 24 April 2011 14:06 / United States
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By  jvillan87  |  5

well at least you were being supportive.

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By  jvillan87  |  5

well at least you were being supportive.

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By  towhomitmayconce  |  0

at least you avoided a hairy situation...

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  javmuniz87  |  0

win

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  GotParamore  |  2

Epic win lmao

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oh I see what you did there

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By  Nimmrodel  |  11

Thats sweet and all but you could've just sent a get well soon card.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Yeah, out of all the people I know with cancer, only about 10% lost their hair and it was about a year in for them. A supportive gesture but unnecessary. I hope the friend takes it in the spirit meant.

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By  The_Voytek_Bear  |  14

I don't get the idea of how was it supposed to help her even if she was bald...

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I know what happens when you get cancer because my grandmother died that way. But this shaving thing reaminds me of this south park episode with “Conjoined Twin Myslexia Awareness Week”...

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