Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Keep Your Hair On

Wig Shop, Savannah, Georgia  © Doug Hickok


One of the first rules of thumb when going out in public is to keep your hair on. Keeping your hair on makes a positive first impression as well as a chic fashion statement. Wearing your hair with a color coordinated pair of shoes or maybe an Armani suit will please your family and friends, and even your pet cockatoo.

Keeping your hair on also builds self-confidence and a general sense of well being. You can tell your friends, "I have the pleasure of wearing my hair today." If you say this frequently enough, it will soon become a popular catch phrase, applicable to many social situations. You can even use this phrase as a form of greeting... "Hello, I have the pleasure of wearing my hair today, and you?" You may repeat this useful greeting to the police, for instance, after being pulled over for a traffic violation.

Keeping your hair on is especially important to remember when riding fast roller coasters at the amusement park, or when leaping off tall cliffs while strapped into a parachute. To keep your hair on during these extreme situations, just place a hand on top of your head, and hold on firmly to your hair. It doesn't have to be your own hand either. Anyone's hand will do.

If you don't have hair, or are rapidly loosing your hair like me, simply proceed to a wig shop. They can assist with a variety of designer styles and colors. If you prefer a 60's
psychedelic look, they can assist with this as well.

So, remember to keep your hair on. It is the sensible thing to do. Have a nice day. And may your hair always be with you.


25 comments:

  1. Great image and wonderful text Doug. You had me laughing!

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  2. Оригинальный подход. Надеюсь что мои волосы будут всегда со мной! Спасибо за поднятие настроения!

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  3. I see two kind of faces and many kind of hair styles on your photo :)
    How was the July 4Th holiday?

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  4. Oh gosh...
    One day, I will be blonde!
    ;)
    Léia

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  5. The last two paragraphs are the less funny but the more interesting to me. I'll skip the wig for a shaven head, but there is luckily still time (and hair) before that.

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  6. Great capture and enjoyed your 'keep your hair on' musings. Thanks Doug.

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  7. It's all about the hair... really.

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  8. I hope to keep my hair on for a very long time. :) Excellent framing and dof on this.

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  9. a cool shot and cool advice - too late, however, as i've just come back from the barber shop ... ;-))

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  10. great dof on this fantastic and colorfull composition

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  11. very cool shot! I really like the colors/DOF.

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  12. marvelous light and selective focus

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  13. well, i hope i don't get bald, or else i'll be sporting one of these.. ;D nice capture..

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  14. I just had an urge to touch my head all of a sudden... :-) Fantastic photo. And caption!

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  15. Ha ha! Let your hair down.
    The models look like Sharon Osbourne, Liza Minnelli and Whitney Houston!?

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  16. Hilarious! Love this post Doug--full of great quirkitude from shot to prose!

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  17. An entertaining pic and comments; have to admit that I'm not quite sure whether it's better to be follicley challenged - or have hair that looks like a frightened mop (I'm the latter).

    ...a really cool picture Doug.

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  18. Thanks for the heads up on this hair thing. I usually pull out my hair when frustrated.

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