Getting Shagged

(Sorry to all of you Brits – and Austin Powers fans) – this isn’t what you think.

I normally get my hair cut every 2-3 weeks.  I like keeping it “just off the ears, and make it ‘Wash and Go'” – meaning make it short enough I can shower, run my hands through it, and go.

But my barber has been relocating up the street a mile or so.  Between his move, all of the rain here, and my back being screwed up this week, I have 8 weeks worth of hair on my head.

It actually gets into my eyes.

It’s been 25 years since my hair was that long.

I’m considering keeping it this way.  I’ve already saved $40.

So who would you rather have as your president – John Edwards who gets $400 haircuts – or me, with shaggy hair – that just SAVED $40.

Any way you look at it, he outspent me.  Se – I would look for ways to SAVE you money!  Like that island in Alaska we are spending millions on building a bridge to… there are something like 40 people that live there.  I would give them each a million dollars to move, turn the island into a nature preserve, and save the taxpayers (you) over $100 million.  Sweet!

See.  So far I have saved you at least $100 million and four hundred and forty dollars.

Just write the name in – I don’t want to have to explain to government  how to spell my name (or even the name of my blog) – BTW – if my IRS bill spells my name wrong, do I still owe it?!


  1. heh. Maybe it’s genetic, but most people (atleast most people I know) here tend to lose hair at around 40. And sadly (cry) I too seem to be heading for the same destination πŸ™

  2. @Yuvi – that, my friend, was just mean! πŸ˜€ I have a full head of hair, thank you!

    It the ability to walk without a cane that’s my sign of aging πŸ˜‰


  3. God dammit. My hair doesn’t grow in length, and it keeps falling off, while you’re old enough to be bald!