The Hair Apparent.

Things My Grandfather Claimed Would Put Hair On My Chest:

  1. Whiskey
  2. Smoked oysters
  3. Uruguayan cigars
  4. The evening news
  5. Learning to use a band saw
  6. Shooting squirrels in the backyard with a BB gun
  7. Bananas
  8. Swallowing watermelon seeds
  9. Reading William Faulkner
  10. Buttermilk
  11. Driving
  12. Puberty

 

 

 

 

8 Comments

  1. Gilly Maddison

    And the disgusting cough syrup we had as kids. Oh dear, that clown. I need to go and lay down to recover from the trauma. ๐Ÿคก๐Ÿ‘€

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Store-bought cough syrup was terrible, but my mother had a homemade remedy of honey, lemon juice, and a little whiskey that might also have put hair on my chest and was good enough I’d sometimes try to get a cold on purpose.

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  2. Ray V

    Good list. If it was updated, he would probably take off the evening news because it just doesn’t fit the bill any longer and is more akin to a waxing session.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      You’re right, the evening news is waxing, which is why I tend to wane when it comes on.

      Reply
  3. Ann Koplow

    13. A full moon
    14. The Hair Club for Men
    15. Posts like this one

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      19. Brilliant comments like this one. I feel fairly hirsute now.

      Reply
  4. Arionis

    16. Rian. (That’s Nair spelled sdrawkcab (that’s backwards spelled backwards))
    17. My golden retrievers jumping on my chest.
    18. Genetics.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Genetics, eh? We should conduct some experiments on this. I’d say get Gregor Mendel on the phone, but we’re a bit late since he’s been dead 133 years and I don’t think anyone can confirm how hirsute his pecs were.

      Reply

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