(Thanks, Michael for the idea)
This is hilarious. I see an obvious omission, however. The shaved or bald head should be represented as O!
Thanks for the chuckle.
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know your bedhead | random thoughts
wow, this is good!
I also found one missing, my girlfriend calls it the “owl” and I always gets it. It is where everything in the middle is like glued to your head, but the sides curls upwardsâ€¦ a bit like wolverine, I guess.
This is hilarious! I love it! So simple and subtle. . .what a crack up! Nice job!
Distribution graph for your hair upon waking
Thanks for the laugh!
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nice one, nathan! going to post it next to the bathroom mirror. :)
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also missing: went to bed with damp hair. clever, though!
Data Underload #6 â€” BedÂ Head – Openmedi
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Missed one: “Meester Garibaaldi!”
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