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May 13, 2022


Hair loss is much more prevalent among men than women so using it to describe someone is a form of discrimination, a judge has concluded. Commenting on a man’s baldness in the workplace is equivalent to remarking on the size of a woman’s breasts, the finding suggests.

(Thanks to Doug Ogg)


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If we can't talk about boobs and baldness what can we talk about?

Is it in poor taste to ask a bald man if the carpet matches the drapes?

I'm just going to start putting a piece of duct tape over my mouth whenever I leave the house.

Good call, Cindy. My Wife is undergoing chemotherapy, and her carpet matches the drapes FYI TMI.

Oddly enough my baldness is not related to drugs.

May one still compliment a man about his boobs?

hugs to {{ Gustav }} and his wife

Shouldn't they be called "brobies"?

Called him a bald what?

I'm so very sorry for posting that song. I'll live to to regret doing so.

If a woman wants to lasciviously compliment me on the incredible size of my bald spot, I won't be offended. Go ahead, ladies!! ;)

" Commenting on a man’s baldness in the workplace is equivalent to remarking on the size of a woman’s breasts..."

So don't look for any new restaurants with bald waiters in skimpy shorts.

A question we never thought we would never ask:

Can a bald man get busted for commenting on the size of a woman's bust?

Oh well! Hair today, gone tomorrow.

All men have about the same amount of testosterone. Some use it to grow hair.

If the judge wanted to set a legal precedent on hair, he would have issued a cease and desist order on Dave's haircut.

Honey, grass don't grow on a busy strret.

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