Undertoad Saturday Oct 21 10:54 AM
October 21, 2006: Guy finally washes hair after 26 years
Phase Saturday Oct 21 11:06 AM
Spexxvet Saturday Oct 21 12:04 PM
Look how filthy the water is. Should have stuck him in a washing machine.
Ibby Saturday Oct 21 12:16 PM
Jus' slice it all off, it'd be quicker and easier... and I'm sure theres less hair than dirt up there anyway.
KinkyVixen Saturday Oct 21 12:19 PM
holy fuck, how does he not step on his beard? If it were me (which would be really scary in the first place seeing as how I'm a chick) I know i'd step on it and pull myself into a face plant.
Torrere Saturday Oct 21 12:57 PM
Is this conclusive evidence that washing hair causes hair loss?
Elspode Saturday Oct 21 01:14 PM
I'm less disturbed by the amount of filth than I am at the prospect of someone having to comb all that shit out. Looks like a rat's nest on steroids.
Saknussem Saturday Oct 21 01:17 PM
footfootfoot Saturday Oct 21 06:39 PM
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Oct 21 10:07 PM
Looks like his Grandbaby doesn't recognize him without the dirt....or smell.
footfootfoot Saturday Oct 21 10:21 PM
"Upcoming animal sports event"
Trilby Sunday Oct 22 09:50 AM
I wonder what kind of wildlife his hair and beard supported.
Jatt Sunday Oct 22 03:23 PM
Probably several birds, a squirrel or two, maybe even a small family of raccoons (do they have raccoons in Asia)? All I know is I wouldn't want to be the one having to wash that nasty mess...
wolf Sunday Oct 22 03:26 PM
KinkyVixen Sunday Oct 22 10:43 PM
What's lindane? Something that kills the lice, fleas, and scabies?
SpaceKid Monday Oct 23 04:09 AM
When you look at the picture... his real hair and mustache end where the grey colour ends... all the rest is that shit you all just discussed above
Trilby Monday Oct 23 04:14 AM
By any other name, lindane is the 99% pure gamma isomer of hexachlorocyclohexane. It was introduced as a pediculicide and scabicide in 1952 as Kwell by Reed and Carnrick. The Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Encyclopedia describes the manufacturing process of lindane as one in which chlorine gas is gradually passed into 660 part of benzene (a known carcinogen) until 890 parts of the gas has been absorbed.
SPUCK Monday Oct 23 05:46 AM
Ah jeesh.. That should kill the vermin... After the rinse for the Deluxe version add one struck match.
Sun_Sparkz Monday Oct 23 08:08 AM
lice can exist in any hair though, a friend of mine had gorgeous shoulder long curly hair and he was (from what i observed) very clean with it. and he recently had to shave it off as he couldnt get rid of the lice.
Sheldonrs Monday Oct 23 06:38 PM
How long will it take before one of the villagers decides this would make a great exotic soup and start charging $400.00 a bowl like they do for Bird's nest soup, which is basically hardened bird spit.
KinkyVixen Monday Oct 23 11:32 PM
Thanks Bri . I understood about 10 words of that, but I know what you mean now, and I appreciate your time and effort...
NSFW Tuesday Oct 24 05:08 AM
"I have a friend who does not shower. He has a theory that ordinary tap water, when combined with soap, might eat away at his protective encrustings."
Shawnee123 Tuesday Oct 24 10:23 AM
Scriveyn Wednesday Oct 25 07:01 AM
There was an Old Man with a Beard
Trilby Wednesday Oct 25 07:02 AM
Hi, Scriveyn. How cool is it to make your first post a poem? Welcome!
Scriveyn Wednesday Oct 25 07:09 AM