will eventually grow up and get a real job. Until then, will keep making things up and writing them down.
1875 days ago
Sometimes I think that after a haircut my hair will not be crazy. But it stays crazy.
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Eu acho que o cabelo do Sandman é um aspecto meio que "auto biográfico" do trabalho do @neilhimself
I'd like the think that the hair represents what the brain is doing. I say, order in chaos.
it's always reminded me of Dream/Morpheus
yeah, there's that pride of lions, I can see it now... :-P
Your hair is unique and awesome. I wouldn't worry about it if I were you.
Waiting for the arm that pulls me into it. :)
This sounds very much like I problem I read about a young boy in a book once. His name was Harry Potter.
my 3 month old son has very simular hair, just not as long... yet. yours is almost as cute. I may be bias
Crazy hair is good.
Good to know. I like crazy hair. Er... Was it crazier before the haircut?! ... Wow!!
It looks like it was dodging the scissors the whole time.
Sorry about that - I couldn't resist tousling it just a little. You looked like you needed a good hair-tousling.
Like Morpheus :D
Not quite that "brushed with a hand grenade" look, but more tousled in my book.
all strange interesting comic characters have mussed hair. creates rebellion and ability to think outside the box
It's entirely possible that the crazy hair is your puppetmaster and without it the Jig Would Be Up. Or, er, not.
i dont mean to stare,mister you've got crazy hair ;)
Crazy can be a good thing. This crazy is a good crazy
Right now you are neck & neck w/ Joe Flanigan for the wildest hair. That's a good thing. I don't trust people w/ obedient hair.
Whenever I wake up my hair manages to quiff itself into a halo of crazy much like your own, more commonly known as the 'Robert Pattinson Syndrome'. Tis a hard cross to bear xo
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