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    He says himself that he wears extensions, but denies wearing wigs.

    One of the Rock of Love chicks said he doesn't even take the bandana off in bed.
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    During one of the ROL seasons (I think it may have been the one with Ambre and Daisy), he made some crack in either an interview or an outtake when they announced that the three of them were going to Cabo for the "final" showdown that he was sporting some of the finest extensions one could buy. Then, on that final episode, he was shown sans cowboy hat with a much smaller bandana and sporting some seriously "hair" (that had to be super-shiny plastic doll tresses) on the top of his head that I'd have sworn he snatched off of some kid's My Pretty Pony .
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    I guess the hair/bandana/cowboy hat thing is his trademark. He'd stil be hot with a shaven head IMO. Beautiful eyes and bone structure. Like my mom said, he "should have been a girl."!

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    It would be much easier to maintain for sure not to wear any sort of extensions or wigs. I mean at some point he's going to have to let that "hair" go. Can you imagine Brett in his 60s and 70s and still sporting the long, luscious locks and a bandana? The doctors and nurses treating him have all seen him without the hair by now anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cupid View Post
    I guess the hair/bandana/cowboy hat thing is his trademark. He'd stil be hot with a shaven head IMO. Beautiful eyes and bone structure. Like my mom said, he "should have been a girl."!
    I think he has pretty eyes but he has a rather round and pudgy face, IMO. Maybe it is just age because I didn't know who he was in his glory days. The eyes may only be so nice because of all the dark guyliner, haha.

    ETA: I looked at some pics, it is definitely just his age. He did have beautiful bone structure when he was younger.

    Look at this pic. He would have made one amazing drag queen.
    http://api.ning.com/files/kbzCJdfD8E...BoM/Bret23.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigB08822 View Post
    Look at this pic. He would have made one amazing drag queen.
    http://api.ning.com/files/kbzCJdfD8E...BoM/Bret23.jpg
    Rockers in the 1980s were pretty much drag queens anyway!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimkom View Post
    Rockers in the 1980s were pretty much drag queens anyway!
    LOL. I am old enough to remember the band KISS as they were in the late 1970's and, between the make-up and the hair, little toddler-squirt me thought that a couple of them were women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karina1974 View Post
    LOL. I am old enough to remember the band KISS as they were in the late 1970's and, between the make-up and the hair, little toddler-squirt me thought that a couple of them were women.
    Kiss Alive and Kiss Alive II are still among my favourite albums ever! I had my first serious boyfriend at that time, and he was obsessed with them. I still have a scrapbook he made me that is full of Kiss drawings.

    I was mortified and traumatized when they took the make-up off and I realized how ugly they all were!
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    i was very young when "Look What the Cat Dragged In" came out and i seriously thought they were girls. http://rateyourmusic.com/release/alb...at_dragged_in/

    but i loved them. bret was like a male barbie doll. not a ken doll...but barbie for sure. now he just looks silly imo.

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    For some reason I have the original vinyl of that album with the questionable artwork (can't remember for the life of me why it was pulled). I'll put it on Ebay if someone is interested and NO I am not profitting from Bret's situation; I just remembered right now looking at that post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigB08822 View Post
    I think he has pretty eyes but he has a rather round and pudgy face, IMO. Maybe it is just age because I didn't know who he was in his glory days. The eyes may only be so nice because of all the dark guyliner, haha.

    ETA: I looked at some pics, it is definitely just his age. He did have beautiful bone structure when he was younger.

    Look at this pic. He would have made one amazing drag queen.
    http://api.ning.com/files/kbzCJdfD8E...BoM/Bret23.jpg
    Bret was involved in a pretty bad car accident in the early 90's that did a number on his face. I can't remember the extent of the injuries, but it definitely changed his facial structure and as a result, he lost a good bit of the girlie/androgynous look he had back when Poison's career first took off.

    ETA: Here's the info about the car accident (quote from the Wikipedia Poison link below):

    Recording was brought to an abrupt halt in May 1994, when Michaels was involved in a car accident where he lost control of his Ferrari. Michaels suffered a broken nose, ribs, jaw, and fingers and lost four teeth.
    Quote Originally Posted by kimkom View Post
    I was mortified and traumatized when they took the make-up off and I realized how ugly they all were!
    No kidding!! MTV made a huge deal about seeing "KISS!! Unmasked!! Finally!!" back when they did that, and everyone was with how different they looked. On one of vh1's numerous countdown shows (I think it was The 40 Most Un-Metal Moments in Rock or something like that), the unmasking of KISS made that list

    Quote Originally Posted by Badams View Post
    i was very young when "Look What the Cat Dragged In" came out and i seriously thought they were girls. http://rateyourmusic.com/release/alb...at_dragged_in/
    I was working at a record store when Look At What The Cat Dragged In was released - no one in Atlanta was really familiar with them at the time, and when we were putting out stock and came across that album cover, we were absolutely dying with laughter at the pictures of Poison's members on it. One of my coworkers peed her pants from laughing so hard and had to run home and change her skivvies and jeans .

    Quote Originally Posted by skatemommy View Post
    For some reason I have the original vinyl of that album with the questionable artwork (can't remember for the life of me why it was pulled). I'll put it on Ebay if someone is interested and NO I am not profitting from Bret's situation; I just remembered right now looking at that post.
    That was the Open Up And Say Ahhhhhhh album cover. From Wikipedia's entry for Poison (Career Expansion: 1987-1991):

    The [Open Up and Say......Ahhhhhh] album's first cover was controversial, as it depicted a female demonic figure with an obscenely long tongue. A censored version of the cover followed, focusing on the figure's eyes
    Personally, I didn't see anything really wrong with that album cover, but wasn't that during the timeframe when Tipper Gore had her thong in a knot over explicit rock videos/albums/lyrics? I was working at the record store I mentioned above when those stupid Parental Advisory labels had to be included on record and CD covers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyn View Post



    I was working at a record store when Look At What The Cat Dragged In was released - no one in Atlanta was really familiar with them at the time, and when we were putting out stock and came across that album cover, we were absolutely dying with laughter at the pictures of Poison's members on it. One of my coworkers peed her pants from laughing so hard and had to run home and change her skivvies and jeans .

    That was the Open Up And Say Ahhhhhhh album cover. From Wikipedia's entry for Poison (Career Expansion: 1987-1991):

    Personally, I didn't see anything really wrong with that album cover, but wasn't that during the timeframe when Tipper Gore had her thong in a knot over explicit rock videos/albums/lyrics? I was working at the record store I mentioned above when those stupid Parental Advisory labels had to be included on record and CD covers.
    Eys, Cyn you are right and it is the CD I think I have somewhere and not Vinyl. Your recollections of the 80's are better than mine, mine are somewhat hazy at best...but we had fun! Yes, Tipper was the bane of heavy metal music then...which band was "F*** Tipper" please help me with my 80's trivia!
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    Quote Originally Posted by skatemommy View Post
    Eys, Cyn you are right and it is the CD I think I have somewhere and not Vinyl. Your recollections of the 80's are better than mine, mine are somewhat hazy at best...but we had fun! Yes, Tipper was the bane of heavy metal music then...which band was "F*** Tipper" please help me with my 80's trivia!
    "Fcuk Tipper Gore" was a track on one of Skid Row's albums (Ah, Skid Row.....the band with my favorite puking-on-shoes lead singer, Sebastian Bach ), but I can't remember the name of the album off the top of my head.

    Why is it that I can remember so much of that kind of worthless trivial crap from the 80s but can't remember to grab some necessary item at the grocery store when I'm shopping to get items for a specific recipe?
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    Because trivial crap from the 80's is much more fun than groceries

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    Warrant had an "ode to tipper gore" on, was it "dirty, rotten, filthy, stinkin', rich"?

    no..."Cherry Pie"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobalina77 View Post
    Because trivial crap from the 80's is much more fun than groceries
    Too true!!

    OT here, but back when the PRMC was on their witch hunt crusade against vulgar and inappropriate lyrics, they compiled a list of what they called the "Filthy Fifteen" - the songs they found most offensive and spurred Tipper and her Minions to take on the recording industry. Here's the list of the horrible songs that were corrupting the Youth of America (basically anyone in the US now aged 35-45 ):

    1. Darling Nikki (Prince, for referring to sex and masturbation)
    2. Sugar Walls (Sheena Easton, for sexual reference and innuendo)
    3. Eat Me Alive (Judas Priest, for sexual lyrics)
    4. Strap On Robbie Baby (Vanity - I think that' was the lead singer of Vanity 6, for sexual lyrics)
    5. Bastard (Motley Crüe, for violence)
    6. Let Me Put My Love Into You (AC/DC, for sexual lyrics)
    7. We're Not Gonna Take It (Twisted Sister, for violence)
    8. Dress You Up (in my love) (Madonna, for sexual references)
    9. Animal (W.A.S.P., for foul language and graphic sexual lyrics)
    10. High 'N Dry (Def Leppard, for lyrics about booze and drugs)
    11. Into the Coven (Mercyful Fate, for references to the Occult)
    12. Trashed (Black Sabbath, for lyrics about using drugs and booze
    13. In My House (The Mary Jane Girls, for sexual lyrics)
    14. Posessed (Venom, for lyrics about the Occult)
    15. She Bop (Cyndi Lauper, for lyrics about masturbation)

    Looking at that list, all I can do is

    That stuff is like a fricking Radio Disney playlist compared to songs today. I'm surprised 'ole Tipper didn't have an apoplectic fit when Luke Skywalker and the 2 Live Crew released their album, not to mention a lot of today's Hip-Hop, Rap, Metal, and Pop. What in the world would she think of Lady GaGa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyn View Post
    "Fcuk Tipper Gore" was a track on one of Skid Row's albums (Ah, Skid Row.....the band with my favorite puking-on-shoes lead singer, Sebastian Bach ), but I can't remember the name of the album off the top of my head.

    Why is it that I can remember so much of that kind of worthless trivial crap from the 80s but can't remember to grab some necessary item at the grocery store when I'm shopping to get items for a specific recipe?
    We must be the same age...I am 45 with an 11 year old tweener. My husband proposed to me at a Bon Jovi/Skid Row concert. God Bless Bret!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyn View Post
    1. Darling Nikki (Prince, for referring to sex and masturbation)
    I was just listening to that song yesterday....I still love it!

    Quote Originally Posted by skatemommy View Post
    We must be the same age...I am 45 with an 11 year old tweener. My husband proposed to me at a Bon Jovi/Skid Row concert. God Bless Bret!
    I saw Bon Jovi and Skid Row when they toured together too. Sebastien Bach had a great voice, and was very hot in the day, but now every time I see him I'll think of Cyn's poor shoes.
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    Flashback--my niece was 10 or 12, and her relatives in MO gave her Purple Rain for a birthday present because they knew it "has sold a lot, so must be popular"

    My sister called me up and asked if I could suggest some albums of current music that wouldn't require having to explain "masterbating in a magazine"
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    Quote Originally Posted by skatemommy View Post
    Eys, Cyn you are right and it is the CD I think I have somewhere and not Vinyl. Your recollections of the 80's are better than mine, mine are somewhat hazy at best...but we had fun! Yes, Tipper was the bane of heavy metal music then...which band was "F*** Tipper" please help me with my 80's trivia!
    My husband has it on vinyl with the original artwork. I had never seen it until Bret on Apprentice reminded him of it. I'm not getting what the big deal was, there are a lot more obscene things out there!

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