The roman senator is synonomous with male pattern baldness. So named because the remaining hair resembles the garland sometimes worn by roman senators. There is no skullet; the bald spot on top is totally formed and prominent, and it is surrounded by a corona, or crown, of hair that has not yet fallen out. There is no widow's peak in front either, it has completely succumbed to baldness. Most closely related to the cul-de-sac.
George Costanza, of the TV show Seinfeld, is sporting a roman senator.
από Bolton Outlaw 16 Ιανουάριος 2008
The roman senator is a synonomous with male pattern baldness. So named because the remaining hair resembles the garland sometimes worn by roman senators. There is no skullet; the bald spot on top is totally formed and prominent, and it is surrounded by a corona, or crown, of hair that has not yet fallen out. There is no widow's peak in front either, it has completely succumbed to baldness. Most closely related to the cul-de-sac.
George Costanza, of the TV show Seinfeld, is sporting a roman senator.
από boltonoutlaw 2 Ιανουάριος 2008

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