I knew a couple of people who decided a wig was better than a very wide parting. we often wondered what one persons was made of because there could be a gale blowing and not a hair on his head as out of place, the rest of us had water dripping down our faces, his seemed to shead water. Another man said the tonic his new hairdresser used had brought back his nateral hair colour to us it looked like someone had stuck a ginger Mop on his head, we found out it wasn't stuck on when he nodded of to sleep and it looked like his hair was trying to suffercate him as had slipped down over his mouth.
When my parting started to get wider I attacked my shoulder length hair with the dogs hair trimmers I hadn't had my hair that short since I was about age 11

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Comment by Paul Dodd on October 11, 2019 at 11:41pm

There was attempts to feed  the wandering ginger wig  but it didn't seem that intrested  in a egg and cress sandwich   and once our workmate   had his wig under comtrol  he did ask  how did he get covered in crumbsy

Comment by Paul Dodd on October 13, 2019 at 9:15am
Thanks for the likes pat. Yesterday we had rain all day it wasn't always heavy but it didn't stop and the wind would get up as well and it's bee. A very long time since that happened
Comment by Paul Dodd on October 13, 2019 at 9:15am
Thanks for the likes pat. Yesterday we had rain all day it wasn't always heavy but it didn't stop and the wind would get up as well and it's bee. A very long time since that happened

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