to comb or not to comb

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Apparently, over 25% of men aged 30 will have had to consider Keith‘s question, wittingly or not:

I just finished shaving my head. Like many of my friends in their early 30s, I have been struck with male pattern baldness. And like so many of my balding friends, I have chosen to be completely bald rather than futilely dragging long hair from the side of my head over the top. My dad and his generation seemed to prefer the combover. Everyone I know seems to find this look disgusting.

In the history of mankind, has a woman ever found this remotely attractive or preferable to a bald dome? Has anyone ever been fooled into thinking a man with a comb over had a full head of hair? And finally, how long have men been walking around like this?! I MUST KNOW!

I shall address your questions in reverse order. Firstly, Emperor Constantine sported one back in the 4th Century, and emperors don’t tend to be particularly inventive with their hairstyles so it was probably in currency for a while before – for some reason, I picture at least a couple of the apostles with combovers.

Secondly, people might be too polite to say that they have rumbled the follicular deception. Or they might be easier to fool than one might imagine.

Thirdly: ladies, it’s time for you to vote.

If you can’t make up your mind, here’s a visual aid.

nothing to hide. Nothing.

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4 Responses to “to comb or not to comb”

  1. Sam Says:

    Are gay guys allowed to vote too?

  2. Commander Kittenpants Says:

    Well I voted in favour of sexy baldness…. but that picture… oh Trumpy, rawwwr! 😛

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