Thursday, February 5, 2009

Bamboozled Gaze

I came across the glamorous picture to your left this evening, thanks to my jammin' "Survivor Radio" on Pandora. Needless to say, I was a little taken aback . . .

Yes, for all of you out there, *cough* old enough to remember hair styles like this one (at least when they were common) I can only ask one thing:


The dude (I presume it's a man) in the bottom right corner looks like he's screaming, "My music might only have the same allure as chewing broken glass, but at least I've got GORGEOUS, flowing locks and a fan to blow them with!!"

The chick, err, person on the left seems to wonder, "Bro, are you guys like taking the picture yet?"

How did clowns like these ever make money or gain any shred of popularity, for that matter? I almost feel insulted that this kind of "hair style" is a part of my "American heritage."

Hey, girls, Rapunzel wants you to give her long hair back!

1 comment:

Fletch said...

I'm not a chick, so I can't say for certain, but I'm sure these guys had plenty of girls after them. The hair is a sign of rebellion that women find completely unresistable.