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throwback thursday: brush



its throwback thursday here at agent orange records, kids! so turn that frown upside down and have a laugh at my expense! here i am 10 years ago, having a little fun with a comb and brush.

you see, i never brush my hair. i don't. it's curly, so i don't have to. i just run my fingers through it to get it where i want it, and that's it. if i brush or comb it, my hair turns into a brown chia pet from hell, and believe me, you don't want to see that. in fact, this is picture here will give you an idea. i mean, i don't look the president of the hair club for men here, i look like the supplier.

hope your thursday includes a laugh. even if its directed at me, keeping bald men covered for over 10 years!

Comments

Joel B said…
wow. i feel a little better about myself today. thanks greg.
Anonymous said…
wow and i thought i was having a bad hair day! you made my day!
Shay
Mrs. Milinovich said…
Why do you look like you have red hair? Anyway, I love the shirt. Classic. Was this taken at the cottage?
greg milinovich said…
hey mom! that's when i had hair that was bleached by the sun (with some help from sun-in). yeah, this was taken at the cottage. in the tiny little bathroom.
Anonymous said…
Oh dear.

As a curly-haired girl who grew up with a mother who DIDN'T KNOW that curly-haired people should NOT brush (unless a flat iron is involved), I feel this. I really do.

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