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Would you ever shave your head?

Asked at Dillons, 1015 West 23rd St. on March 10, 2011

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Photo of Brandon Holmes

“For a reason, yeah. If it was worth it then yeah.”

Photo of Esther Park

“Probably not.”

Photo of Teri Nichols

“I would, absolutely.”

Photo of Richard Nichols

“Sure, why not? I’ve been close before.”


Bob Forer 6 years ago

Some guys look good with a shaved head. But I would estimate that one of ten men who have shaved heads look awful, and need to grow their hair back ASAP. Is it a macho thing?

Majestic42 6 years ago

It's a maintenance thing. Much easier to take care of.

Bill Lee 6 years ago

I've considered it, but haven't done it yet.

RoeDapple 6 years ago

Luckily I still have a full head of hair. I would shave it before I would do a comb over, or in support of a loved one. Probably look like a sack of potatoes.

bad_dog 6 years ago

Might need an all-terrain shaver for that Roe, or at least a shaver/peeler combo.

Flap Doodle 6 years ago

Nature is taking care of that in a gradual fashion.

Maddy Griffin 6 years ago

Yes I have, a couple of times. In support of loved ones going through chemo. It gets a little thinner each time (like some of it went on strike), but I'd gladly do it again. I love scarves.

Sharon Aikins 6 years ago

Why not? Then we could just go to the beauty salon for an eyebrow wax.

oldvet 6 years ago

1968... took 20 seconds in the chair, had to pay the barber $0.50, then back on the yellow footprints. MCRD, San Diego.

Verdad 6 years ago

1982 .. took 20 seconds in the chair, had to pay barber $1.25 ?. Great Lakes.

Verdad 6 years ago

1982 .. took 20 seconds in the chair, had to pay barber $1.25 ?. Great Lakes.

somedude20 6 years ago

Who loves you baby? At this point there is only one thing I shave and you are welcome to guess (now whit, before you delete this think of ALL the things that can be shaved not just the naughty bits)

shotgun 6 years ago

Celebrating 10 years of the shaved head. I agree you must have the head for it, and mine is goooood!

RoeDapple 6 years ago

Yup. Back in my high school days it was manly to be hairy. I had maybe six chin whiskers at the time. Now, some 40 plus years later it is the "smooth as a baby's backside" look that is in. Only now I have hair growing from everywhere. Tips of my ears, side of my nose, . . palms . . . .

concernedeudoravoter 6 years ago

As a cancer survivor - I would absolutely shave my head in support of someone battling this horrible disease. During my struggle, I had 7 friends/coworkers that shaved their heads for 6 months in support of me. The love and support that someone, struggling to hang on, gets from this small gesture of support, is indescribable.

sissezz 6 years ago

Absolutely!! I have and would again.... people are way too uptight about thier hair anyway.... Relax it'll grow out....

Henry_the_liberal 6 years ago

Did once. Had to. Said she knew how to cut hair. Looked like a chess board.

ivalueamerica 6 years ago

I did, for the day after movie. Got paid a huge check for it too.

beeshlii 6 years ago

nope! i have a back cradle board head, my back of my head is flat.....

BigPrune 6 years ago

I don't have to shave my head, it doesn't have any hair anyway. My chest, back and arms on the other hand....nah

Ralph Reed 6 years ago

I have several times and would do it again, especially in an instance like concernedeudoravoter above. I also grew up wearing a buzz cut that was almost shaven.

Ralph Reed 6 years ago

"Once a year my spousal unit shaves her Pomeranian. "

"My wife is shaving her Morkie Poo this weekend."

Pardon me, but your euphemisms are showing.

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