But it DOES give her something to fall back on.
A sheep in Mohawk’s clothing.
Like cutting your own hair, in these pandemic times!!!
Do you suppose that’s how the dimetrodon got started?
He can always go as a toaster for Halloween.
Don’t worry about it! It’s perfect! It will become the next big thing in fashion! (-:
I recently became a widower, and one of the zillion things I have to get used to now is I no longer have someone willing to shave my back.
I’ve been using my beard trimmer to give myself a haircut. I have to say that the results are acceptable – at least what I can see. I can’t see the back of my head. I have no idea what it looks like back there.
It must be good enough – people behind me at the store don’t snicker.
My first thought was “Hmmmm … Shark in sheep’s clothing.”
Nearly shear genius.
Just use your selfie stick and nail that hard to reach spot.
You mean shear, right?
Now dye it green or pink or something.
It’s all gone pear-sheeped.
It looks like you got a handle on your shaving.
Well Mohawks are not in style but if EWE want to help meeee…..
I like to think this explains the occasional back beard I see at the pool. Otherwise, I can’t imagine why someone would leave a triangle of hair on their backs thinking, “Yeah, that looks good.”
What the flock happened to you?
If my hair gets much longer, I fear this may be my look before long.
It’s the latest hairstyle; the ewehawk.
I introduce ewe to the hunchback of Notre Dame.
Watch out—he is just trying to pull the wool over ewe!
Just mount a lawnmower on top of a pair of sawhorses and walk under it.
A sheep shark!!
This is funny! And the sheep are cute.
The other sheep looks startled at the spot you didn’t miss.
July 17, 2015