Undertoad Monday Oct 23 08:57 AM
October 23, 2006: Chinese waiters shave heads for business
skysidhe Monday Oct 23 09:00 AM
Sun_Sparkz Monday Oct 23 09:07 AM
so what does roman H, ok, and noodle have in common?
YellowBolt Monday Oct 23 09:31 AM
According to the Chinese webpage, the letter H is supposed to represent the Chinese word for "good" (hao). OK just stands for OK, I think.
binky Monday Oct 23 10:17 AM
Wow I think I will run out and shave my emploeyer's name onto my head
xoxoxoBruce Monday Oct 23 01:59 PM
They probably know what ok means, more than the thousands of westerners understand the oriental letters they get tattooed all over themselves.
Flint Monday Oct 23 02:06 PM
Trilby Monday Oct 23 03:24 PM
That's asking a bit much of your employees, no? I can imagine the job interview. "So. We like what we see, you seem like a team player, you've already got the Mission Statement memorized, you'll be a good fit! Now, shave a roman 'h' or the letters 'OK' on your head; your choice!-and, we're good! Can you start Monday?"
Torrere Monday Oct 23 04:56 PM
Sheldonrs Monday Oct 23 06:35 PM
Does this mean that if an employee is naturally bald, he is considered a handicapped employee?
xoxoxoBruce Monday Oct 23 06:41 PM
Nope, he not considered an employee at all.
Sheldonrs Monday Oct 23 07:11 PM
Thanks xoxoxoBruce. :-D
miss_chance Monday Oct 23 08:13 PM
ajaccio Tuesday Oct 24 11:14 AM
Flint Tuesday Oct 24 11:37 AM
When the Mr.Show guys were still doing a two-man stage act, they would use electrical tape to add facial hair. Their reasoning: the audience is not being "fooled" regardless of how flawless your wardrobe magic is. Plus, you can quickly duck off-stage and slap an electrical-tape-beard on.
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Oct 24 06:12 PM
They fired this guy.
BigV Tuesday Oct 24 06:15 PM
OwenKL Wednesday Oct 25 12:19 AM
Is it just my imagination, or is what little hair they have left also dyed green?
ashke Wednesday Oct 25 01:10 AM
It's not an 'H', it's this word:
breakingnews Wednesday Oct 25 02:07 AM
ashke Wednesday Oct 25 04:36 AM
That's just traditional chinese, which they don't use in China anymore...
Nao Thursday Oct 26 01:56 AM
i'd visit their restaurant.
wolf Thursday Oct 26 02:33 AM
I wouldn't if they shaved their heads near the soup.
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Dec 17 10:35 PM
It seems when the novelty wears off, business drops off too, so they've started changing the style every two months.