That's not hair, Madam, it's IDEAS. A reporter got in BIG TROUBLE with Bernie Sanders, in a new interview for The New York Times , and it was the reporter Ana Marie Cox, who USED to be called Wonkette, like during the Truman administration when this mommyblog and recipe hub started, but she isn't anymore, because WE are your Wonkette, so stop tweeting in our general direction as if we are she, please and thank you. Anyway, why you mad, Bernard? You don't want to answer questions about your luxurious white locks of love? Why Old Wonkette gotta be so sexist about Bernie's hair, yo?
That is because The Donald's hair is just hairlious.
OF COURSE THAT'S WHAT I (my friend, I mean) MEANT. What did you think I (my friend, I mean) meant? Thanks for the lovely pic! You know, I think I'd run with that brunette look if I were you. You could be a movie star, I'll bet! That's the only thing there is that's better than being a member of the Wonkette Commenteriat.
There have only been five US Presidents who were bald. The last one was Gerald Ford. The others were John Adams, John Q. Adams, Martin Van Buren and Dwight Eisenhower.
It's what you do.
Grifterella, aka Gov. Quitterface?
Jerry Brown and Rick Scott?
Sandro Botticelli's Venus?
*wistfully remembering when I could reach behind my back and grab the middle section of my own ponytail*
When I met my wife she had an incredible mane of beautiful poker-straight brown hair that extended down past her waist. Her hair resembled a cape and she wore it like that. I am talking almost cousin_itt -style, except that hers was trimmed in front and parted in the middle and was all lovely and flowing and movie star-like. I have never seen anyone else with hair like that.
... I expect she will be ripping out her extensions and stomping the bumpit to death at the news. "It should have been my 'crowning glory' godammittall and also too!"
You are not a nice person. I was just getting over finding one of those quadrillionpede things in my bed the other night - and I swear it was as big as shoe - and now you've put this in my brain. I may never sleep again. Are you happy?
Mark Hand, The Catchman?
... and "if you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?"
... at a certain age, it's "Swing Free Or Cry!"