viscious comb-over intervention

@sharone74 (4839)
United States
July 18, 2009 9:48am CST
We have all seen them, at work, at the mall, on the street, or in restraunts. A man who is losing his hair who is growing it exta long on the sides or in the back so that they can comb it over the spot where they are losing their hair. Some of these comb-overs are just viscious! You look at them and you try not to stare or to laugh and point it out to your friends because that would be viscious right? But aren't the comb over people being viscious in return by combing the flap of hair over that readily apparent bald spot in such a silly fashion. I say if you are the friend of someone with a viscious comb-over who expects people to look at their heads with a straight face when the wind blows that long side of hair back off of that bald spot like a badly glued toupee, I say let the laughter roll! Point at it and laugh and when you are finally able to control your mirth, recommend to them that they shave their heads, buy an actual toupee, or just cut their hair evenly and let that spot just shine through! If there were actually a way to regrow hair in a bald area do you think that Donald Trump would still have his viscious combover? I think not! It is time for men who are growing their hair long on one side so they can comb it over, to finally be forced to accept that they are not fooling anyone with that comb over look.
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@twoey68 (13651)
• United States
18 Jul 09
I've seen them before but I think they are silly. I think it is some mens way of fighting aging. They need to accept the reality and learn to live with it. We all get to the age where we start going bald, sagging, wrinkles and so on...you can't fight it forever. [b]**AT PEACE WITHIN** ~~STAND STRONG IN YOUR BELIEFS~~[/b]
@sharone74 (4839)
• United States
19 Jul 09
This is true but I think the viscious comb over is a ridiculous last stand. I think they should just let it go!
@Kowgirl (3491)
• United States
18 Jul 09
Yeah, I agree they do look silly. Why can't we all just age gracefuly? It used to be only women worried about their age and how old they looked but now there is as many men as women trying to keep the young look. To me this comb-over just makes them look foolish.
@underdogtoo (9599)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
I don't really mind other people. There are too many things that occupy my mind, like how to make money. This is more important to me than other people and how they make themselves look silly. Maybe when I have some money, I will have the luxury of watching other people look silly and laugh at them although I don't really like to laugh at other people. I think it serves no purpose. I can laugh at myself and enjoy it.