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Monday, August 15, 2005

Psychotoddler the Gray

So now that Son1 has his learner's permit, I'm teaching two kids to drive. The bottom of my beard has gone almost completely gray. My wife says everytime I come back from a lesson I have a new gray hair.

If I have to teach all 6 to drive, I will go completely white, then all my hair will fall out. Even the hair in my nose.

13 comments:

torontopearl said...

What a succinct description...what an image you're able to evoke. Not sure we needed to know about the nose hair, though.

Stacey said...

"Even the hair in my nose."

And this is a bad thing? And maybe you'll get REAL lucky and the ear hair will go, too!

J said...

Thanks for sharing, PT...

Steg (dos iz nit der šteg) said...

I bless you with a holy and ancient blessing:
"May your nose hairs fall out first!"

parcequilfaut said...

Ah, well. White hair looks distinguished anyway, and maybe you can draft the older ones to teach the younger ones when they're home from college as a kind of behavioral Rogaine?

Jack's Shack said...

Personally I am hopeful that one day I'll be able to transplant both the ear and nose hair to my head.

Or if that is not possible some long braids that attach the two might be nice.

Doctor Bean said...

Sounds like somebody needs laser hair removal!

fudge said...

Thanks to Just For Distinguished Men, those grey streaks gives me that Distinguished Edge I needed to be taken seriously at work! Thanks, Just For Men!

Neil said...

Uh-oh, I'm looking forward soon to all the "Dad, can I borrow the car?" stories.

PsychoToddler said...

Stick around, Neil, I'm working on my cat pictures.

Jewish Blogmeister said...

Did you install dual breaks in your car?
Just a suggestion...

PsychoToddler said...

Are you kidding? I didn't install a seatbelt until yesterday.

PsychoToddler said...

Last night Son1 drove on the highway. OMG.

"Abba, what's the difference between a highway and an expressway?"

"I don't think there is one"

"So why do they have different names."

"To confuse people. For example, take the term, 'parkway'..."