Sunday, September 17, 2006

A Discovery

Have you ever set a cement block or something as equally flat and heavy on the ground? And then a few weeks later a weed that was sprouted when you put the block there, forces it's way out from underneath the block.
I've been wearing a cap my whole life.
After about forty years of this, the cap won't let the hair grow on top of my head anymore so the hair is being forced out my ears, neck, back, and the inside and outside of my nose.
This hasn't been a carefully monitored, double blind study. Just an observation by me.


Mike said...

Stop .... stop, I'm LMAO !!!!!!!

Peter said...

Is that a cement cap Cliff?

Britmum said...

Oh my Cliff you get funnier and funnier.

Take care xx

Raggedy said...

That was great!
Have a wonderful day!
(=':'=) hugs
(")_ (")Š from da Cool Raggedy one

poopie said...

I just HATE it when that happens ;)

Rachel said...

Stop it! Stop it!! You're killing me!! LMBO!!

Cliff, Cliff, the funny man
Growing hairs anyway he can.
Won't grow on his head but they grow other places,
But at least that way they are filling up the spaces.

Miki said...

JUST STOP! I am still snickering while I write this! Are you sure that you haven't put some sort of quick growing fertilizer (not sure about the spelling) on there? Or Perhaps, there was some overspray when you were tending to the crops??????

Paul said...

I've been blessed with a full head of hair. But like you, I'm also getting blessed with full ears, full nose...

1 plus twins said...

omg, cliff you are so damn funny!!

Cliff Morrow said...

Thanks the poem Rachel. I've heard a lot of poems in my lifetime and that was one of them.

Babble said...

LOL You forgot one point! The butt.. LOL At lteast thats what my grandfather used to say.

All my hair on my head went to my butt.

Gette said...

I'm really glad I did not read yesterday, so I could see that to brighten my Monday. You rock (or cement block, or something...)

Jamie Dawn said...

Hair, like weeds, finds a way to survive.

Galt-In-Da-Box said...

Actually Cliff, I've noticed a sad tendency among lots of men who wear any kind of cap or hat to lose harvestable crop on top.
Was a chronic baseball cap man til I started going crown-bald. Knocked it off, upped the protein intake, and the baldness tendency stopped and reversed.
Your mileage may vary.