Although my hair like most girls is a constant struggle.
There is always a bright side of a bad hair day:
She has to be one of the best things ever… and she has the biggest hair.
I know I’m a little young to be a fan of Gilda but here is a reason you should be one too:
As promised here is part 2.
True story, when I get out of the shower it’s a countdown to an afro that could outshine 1980’s Whitney Houston…. But the only person I want to dance with is someone with a hair tie.
When my hair is in such an uproar being around me is dangerous.
If you are in a 5′ range you could end up with hair in your mouth or eye.
You could be infringed from watching television if seated behind me.
You could be filled with memories of the 1980s and perhaps wonder when Chaka Kahn is releasing her latest album.
Or you could also be inspired to plant a hedge in front of your house,
All of these things have really happened.
Does anyone ever wonder about Robert Smith from the Cure??? Besides me? I find that when my mind wanders it usually ends at Robert Smiths hair.
Is anyone else noticing this resurgence of tendrils much like that of Mr. Smiths? I saw a girl at the mall who could have been his hair twin on Sunday.
I wanted to run to her and ask her about hair maintenance but realized she probably never combed her hair.. thus it’s appearance.
I also think I’m so interested in these specific locks because I have always associated the Cure with ultimate coolness, and realize in an architectural office… maybe Robert’s hair would not be so awesome.
No one would be able to see past my monitor, and i think things would get stuck in it. So alas his mighty style shall never be mine
Also every morning when i wake my hair looks like this:
And since I’m not from New Jersey circa 1986… it’s just not my thing.
p.s. seriously how does Robert Smith do it???
does he have like a magic hairbrush???