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Darby?

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Oh my....is that hair for real or is he Emo Phillips for Halloween??

Sorry if I offend at all, but I just laughed out loud upon seeing him in the pre-game!!

Chris

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I thought the same thing.

He must have at least one friend who could tell him to do

something with the hair....

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I couldn't stop laughing, someones got to tell him!! crazy.gif

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Is there any pictures of him, I want to see this?

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There's no accounting for taste with "hockey hair."

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LMAO grin.gif

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Thanks pier!

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I didn't know the good old Dorothy Hamill cut was popular with hockey players!

My husband and I got a good laugh out of this one last night.

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Looking at that actually makes me happy I am bald.

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The newest Cabbage Patch Kid doll, right? grin.gif

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It finally dawned on me who he looks like!!! Anyone who's ever been channel surfing has seen the women's billiards on ESPN. Well, seperated at birth are: Darby and champ Allison Fisher!!

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ROTFLMAO>>>... grin.gif..Cabbage Patch Pool player look a like...LOL

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LMAO! HAHAHAHAH

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cjac-

thats awesome!! They are twins grin.gif

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allison_fisher.jpg

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Lucky for Darby, you found a complimentary pic. That hair don't was even worse when viewed from the profile angles. I can't believe that anyone who knew him didn't just slap that mop right off his head! That is not hockey hair, it is figure skating hair, just ask Dorothy Hammill!

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Wow, I'd forgotten all about Darby, what was his name and where did he end up?

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im still laughing at this lol

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Wow, I'd forgotten all about Darby, what was his name and where did he end up?


Hendrickson, I dont know if thats spelled right, also dont know where he went, but I do know that pic is my new screen saver! grin.gif

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