@OhShesArtsy Mine, too. I shaved my head for the first time when I was 18, and I went through *all* of the same things as Lindsay. In fact, other than the fact that I did not get paid, I could have written this. But I loved it. And now, in my late-30s, I am still rocking my own version of the pixie, and my hair has never been longer than chin-length since the initial shaving.
@Slapfight A Marlon post would be quite interesting, I'd imagine. I second the motion!
@N Bryner@twitter I have heard several stories of run-ins with them, and every one of them follows your pattern. I have loved Paul Newman forever, and I am so glad to hear once again how awesome he was. Thanks for sharing.
@CurlsMcGirlypants My sister and her best friend did grapes this way back in like 1980. I agree that the ribbon and wrap metod is way easier.
@Hellcat I was Jane Austen Powers a few years ago — frilly blouse, corset, red velvet pants, male symbol necklace, glasses. It was fun. My boyfriend was Pee-Wee Herman Munster, basically Frankenstein-style makeup and props on a plaid suit with a bow tie.
@Bonnie Downing I did that in 2007. Bought a bottle-green vintage suit on ebay. Fake birds. Wripped fishnets. Blonde wig. Blood. The funny thing is that I am actually terrified of birds, so it wasn't a big stretch for me.
@annepersand ALWAYS. But it's the only way I can sleep, too. And since I'm tall, it only works in United Economy Plus. Le sigh.
@curryspice Kermit Lynch, yes!!! His Moscato d'Asti is my favorite sweet wine. We call it "The S1-W" in my house. ;)
@The Lady of Shalott Are you my friend Maggie? Because you sound just like her. I love Maggie. So if you are her, "HI!" If you're not, then I think I may love you, too.
@kadabra The sound of elegance?!?!? Good lord, your great-aunt is awesome. I am putting double chains in everything I own in the hopes that the sound of Elegance will occasionally overshadow the sound of my own natural Clumsiness.