Follically Challenged ? No need to be. Read on.

Scran_Bag

Lantern Swinger
#1
Follically challenged or just plain old balding ? There's no need to be now, an article in todays Basra Express & Scimitar announces.
Heralding a radical new procedure to end hair loss for males, Dr. Tariq Yuredov from The Baghdad Institute for Decapitation of Infidels & Religious Harmony, states, " One swift cut and baldness will be a thing of the past ".
Volunteers are requested to test out this new cure, especially from amongst the Aid Worker, Missionary or Military Infidel communities.
 
#3
Scran_Bag said:
Follically challenged or just plain old balding ? There's no need to be now, an article in todays Basra Express & Scimitar announces.
Heralding a radical new procedure to end hair loss for males, Dr. Tariq Yuredov from The Baghdad Institute for Decapitation of Infidels & Religious Harmony, states, " One swift cut and baldness will be a thing of the past ".
Volunteers are requested to test out this new cure, especially from amongst the Aid Worker, Missionary or Military Infidel communities.
Follically Challenged? I suffer from slippage, hair which once grew upwards now grows downwards and normally exits from either the nostrils or ears so will excuse myself this new procedure.

Nutty
 

Scran_Bag

Lantern Swinger
#4
Nutty said:
Scran_Bag said:
Follically challenged or just plain old balding ? There's no need to be now, an article in todays Basra Express & Scimitar announces.
Heralding a radical new procedure to end hair loss for males, Dr. Tariq Yuredov from The Baghdad Institute for Decapitation of Infidels & Religious Harmony, states, " One swift cut and baldness will be a thing of the past ".
Volunteers are requested to test out this new cure, especially from amongst the Aid Worker, Missionary or Military Infidel communities.
Follically Challenged? I suffer from slippage, hair which once grew upwards now grows downwards and normally exits from either the nostrils or ears so will excuse myself this new procedure.

Nutty
That's not slippage of hair - that's redistribution.
Redistribution is when you have the same amount of hair as when you were younger but it just grows from different places.
 
#5
Well in my case its migrated from my head to my back - as furry as one of Rosie's pussies I suspect :? I'd rather it remigrated back to where it rightfully belongs - keeping my ears warm in winter.
 

Scran_Bag

Lantern Swinger
#6
Always_a_Civvy said:
Well in my case its migrated from my head to my back - as furry as one of Rosie's pussies I suspect ? I'd rather it remigrated back to where it rightfully belongs - keeping my ears warm in winter.
Don't think re-migration is possible yet.
If you don't have sufficient natural ear-hair to keep them warm then try a comb up from your arse (preferably after shampooing it first)
 
#9
Simple physics really, you get older and gain more knowledge and the brain increases in size and pushes out the hair.
Therefore people with hair are just not as clever....... yet
PS Don't see too many bald women do you? (Bald head I mean)
 
#10
Oh Ling that is a very very dangerous thing to say! I think you are trying to be a wee bit provocactive are you not!

Now there's a good matelot, get back in your box and don't come out until you can play nicely!
 
#11
rosinacarley said:
Oh Ling that is a very very dangerous thing to say! I think you are trying to be a wee bit provocactive are you not!

Now there's a good matelot, get back in your box and don't come out until you can play nicely!
Yes Mum 8O
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#12
Lingyai said:
rosinacarley said:
Oh Ling that is a very very dangerous thing to say! I think you are trying to be a wee bit provocactive are you not!

Now there's a good matelot, get back in your box and don't come out until you can play nicely!
Yes Mum 8O
Good grief Ling, you are doing what you are told! Are you not well!
You've been a very naughty matelot, come to mummy!

 

Scran_Bag

Lantern Swinger
#14
I'll go along with Lingyai's theory re more brain means less hair, therefore, "Grass doesn't grow on a busy street".

But what about "An empty barn needs no thatch"

Never did understand old sayings.
 
#16
rosinacarley said:
Lingyai said:
rosinacarley said:
Oh Ling that is a very very dangerous thing to say! I think you are trying to be a wee bit provocactive are you not!

Now there's a good matelot, get back in your box and don't come out until you can play nicely!
Yes Mum 8O
Good grief Ling, you are doing what you are told! Are you not well!
You've been a very naughty matelot, come to mummy!

Can I have some Discipline as well Rosie , :D
 

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