Bald, shaven brothers, do people with hair have the monopoly on sideburns?
Don’t let our thatched oppressors steal our right to have facial hair higher than our moustaches!
Bald, burns & proud! Take the sidies back!
It’s a revolution!
“Why beards? Why perms? Why style?” no reason really apart from feeling good or being individual I guess.
I always had sidies when I had hair, so why not now?
On a lighter note – and triggered by something I wrote at the Sniper Central forums (of all places….):
So yes, the water tank is sitting on swollen wood – and I’m sure due to this news that this page will get Google searches bringing people here who are searching for “Swollen wood” – but I assure you, this isn’t that type of blog, and there is a time and a place for that type of thing.
You may think this type of Google hit is unlikely, but honestly it is more likely than you’d think.
The admin side of this blog shows me all the daily hits, popular posts and links etc. It’s all very interesting – especially the part that tells me what people have put into search engines to get to this page. I think my favourite has to be “Naked hare and tortoise”. The mind boggles as to what that person was searching for!!!
One thing that can double a page web hits is the following – and I thank all the teenage lads out there for that.
Old bald pussy cat
If a picture of an 18 year old hairless cat doesn’t get people visiting my web pages, then maybe they are more interested in a picture of this fine thick furred Canadian critter…
Wet hairy beaver
It’s odd really that so much interest can be generated in teens by such specific wildlife and domesticated animals!
I shall let you know, dear reader, what the latest search engine hits are – and if this page did in fact bring more people in…
He loved running around the Canary Wharf fountain…as you can see!
I was in London for Business, Pleasure and a head shave for charity (see previous blog entry), and I took Chris and Alex with me.
Alex had a whale of a time in the Docklands area – luckily it wasn’t overcrowded. I was surprised at how great the area looked. I’m so used to London being either old or dirty – I still love the place as a living breathing city, but did not realise that such a modern and airy build had happened.
Alex made lots of friends – patrons of restaurants….local police officers with dogs….heads of industry…. the usual toddler type things!
He even tried sushi – and loved it…. He never fails to surprise me.