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41,381.  Jainism: An act of self-sacrifice which is why in her ultimate test of faith every hair on her head will be plucked out by hand.  (Custom & Ceremony & Jainism & Hair & Ritual)  Extraordinary Rituals: Changing World

 

 

7,030.  My English teacher has no face.  She has uncombed stringy hair that droops on her shoulders.  The hair is black from her part to her ears and then neon orange to the frizzy ends.  I can’t decide if she had pissed off her hairdresser or is morphing into a monarch butterfly. I call her Hairwoman.  (Teacher & Hair)  Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak 

 

19,918.  The hair was a work of art.  And no self-respecting Ted would leave the house without getting it right.  (Gangs: UK & Hair)  Suggs, Teen Spirit: Here Come the Teds

 

 

43,624.  I do condition my hair with honey and beer.  I smell like the bottom of a beer barrel for days afterwards, but it’s very good for the hair.  (Beer & Hair)  Catherine Zeta-Jones

 

 

58,985.  Some of the worst mistakes of my life have been haircuts.  (Mistake & Hair)  Jim Morrison

 

 

64,921.  Hair is also a problem.  I remember once, when I was reporting from Beirut at the height of the civil war, someone wrote in to the BBC complaining about my appearance.  (BBC & Hair)  Kate Adie

 

 

64,932.  I never had long hair before I got busted.  I never had a beard before I got busted.  (Beard & Hair)  Charles Manson

 

 

72,015.  Fair tresses man’s imperial race insnare,

And beauty draws us with a single hair.  (Face & Hair)  Alexander Pope, The Rape of the Lock 1714

 

 

72,345.  Does me hair look like shite?  (Family & Hair)  The Royal Family: Wedding Day s1e6, Denise

 

 

74,300.  He wasn’t necessarily in good shape.  And he had this comb-over that was rather elaborate.  (GBH Film & Hair & Con)  American Hustle 2013 starring Christian Bale & Bradley Cooper & Amy Adams & Jeremy Renner & Jennifer Lawrence & C K Louis & Jack Huston & Michael Pena & Shea Whigham & Alessandro Nivola & Elisabeth Rohm & Paul Herman et al, director David O Russell, her commentary

 

 

75,371.  England’s Alfred West holds the world record for splitting hairs; he split a human hair into 18 parts, making all the cuts from one point.  Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! 2006

 

75,372.  Indian policeman Sailendra Nath Roy pulled a bus by his ponytail for 100 ft (30m) in 2003.  Previously he had pulled a van and a jeep with his ponytail and lifted a 45 lb (20kg) weight with his moustache.  ibid.

 

75,373.  ‘Little Giant’ Eddie Polo pulls a car 100 yd (90m) in 1 minute 40 seconds in Dover, New Hampshire, in August 1931 – using only the strength of his hair.  ibid.

 

75,374.  Officially China’s hairiest man Yu Zhenhuan’s body is 96% covered in hair.  ibid.

 

75,375.  Priscilla, known as Monkey Girl, had a completely hairy body and a full beard.  ibid.

 

75,376.  A Romanian woman makes clothes from her own hair!  ibid.

 

83,894.  Oklahoma: It is illegal for women to do their own hair without being licensed by the state.  (Oklahoma & Hair)  ibid.

 

 

75,377.  We know a lot of people care a lot about hair ... The hair stuff is bullshit.  Penn & Teller, Bullshit!  Hair s3e8

 

75,378.  Every year Americans spend thirty-four billion dollars on retail hair-care products.  ibid.

 

75,379.  If all you’re looking at is the hair, you’re missing some major points.  ibid.

 

75,380.  We’re hairy assholes.  ibid.

 

 

75,381.  Hair.  It always needs doing.  You’ve got to have a trade, boy.  (Hair & Trade)  Fantabulosa! BBC, dad to boy Kenneth Williams

 

 

75,382.  When red-haired people are above a certain social grade their hair is auburn.  Mark Twain

 

 

75,383.  Our hair

turns white with our ripening

as though to fly away in some

coming wind, bearing the seed

of what we know.  Wendell Berry 1934, American poet and novelist

 

 

75,384.  Her hair that lay along her back

Was yellow like ripe corn.  Christina Rossetti, The Blessed Damsel 1870

 

 

63,692.  I am Armenian, so of course I am obsessed with laser hair removal! Arms, bikini, legs, underarms ... my entire body is hairless.  (Armenia & Hair)  Kim Kardashian

 

 

75,385.  There is a hormone that is converted from testosterone that genetics allows to attach to hair up here ... and eventually to be lost.  Dr Matt Levitt, Medical Hair Restoration

 

 

75,386.  And the man whose hair is fallen off his head, he is bald; yet is he clean.

 

And he that hath his hair fallen off from the part of his head toward his face, he is forehead bald: yet is he clean.  Leviticus 13:40&41

 

 

75,387.  They shall not make baldness upon their head, neither shall they shave off the corner of their beard, nor make any cuttings in their flesh.  Leviticus 21:5

 

 

75,388.  Doth not even nature itself teach you, that if a man have long hair, it is a shame unto him?  But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her.  I Corinthians 11:14

 

 

75,391.  Gorgeous hair is the best revenge.  Ivana Trump

 

 

75,392.  There’s many a man has more hair than wit.  William Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors

 

 

75,393.  I’m undaunted in my quest to amuse myself by constantly changing my hair.  Hillary Clinton

  

 

75,395.  Those curious locks so aptly twin’d,

Whose every hair a soul doth bind.  Thomas Carew, To A.L., Persuasions to Love l37  

 

 

75,396.  She knows her man, and when you rant and swear,

Can draw you to her with a single hair.  John Dryden, Persius, Satire V:246

 

 

75,397.  Her hair is bound with myrtle leaves,

(Green leaves upon her golden hair!)

Green grasses through the yellow sheaves

Of Autumn corn are not more fair.  Oscar Wilde, La Bella Donna delta mia Mente

 

 

86,160.  My wig must be able to withstand nuclear attack.  Spitting Image s1e5, Margaret to Dennis Thatcher

 

 

91,620.  Just to confirm to all my followers: I have had a hair transplant.  I was going bald at 25.  Why not?  (Transplant & Hair)  Wayne Rooney

 

 

94,584.  She began to curl her hair and long for balls.  Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey

 

 

101,666.  Each one of us has a unique head of hair … around 150,000 individual hair strands grown approximately one centimeter every month.  Horizon: Hair Care, BBC 2017

 

101,667.  ‘It’s not easy to work out what the scientific evidence actually is.’  ibid.  expert

 

101,668.  ‘About a hundred, hundred and fifty.’  ibid.  woman’s monthly expenditure

 

101,669.  The clinic performs around six hair transplants a week, each costing on average £7,000.  ibid.

 

101,670.  Heat is big business.  ibid.

 

101,671.  Shiny hair is one of the most desired qualities in the world of hair care.  ibid.

 

101,672.  As we age and we lose natural colour from our hair, it starts to become less reflective and therefore less shiny.  ibid.

 

101,673.  This grey gene goes by the catchy name of IRF4.  ibid.

 

 

109,676.  Hair: we’ve dyed it, curled it, teased and tasseled it; we’ve confined it with lacquer and let it flow free.  It’s the one part of our identity we can change in an instant.  Yet a hairstyle can be cruelly ephemeral, a passing trend, and in Britain we’ve had plenty of those.  Timeshift: Bouffants, Beehives & Bobs: The Hairstyles that Changed Britain, BBC 2017

 

109,677.  We’ve not just reflected who we are but how we live.  ibid. 

 

109,678.  Raymond Bessond: This crimper extraordinaire would bestow on the world of hairdressing its greatest gift: the Bouffant.  ibid. 

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