Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

Funny Signs - Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

Submitted by: kafziel via Oddly Specific

Anyone else think that’s kinda pricey?

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18 Responses to Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

  1. Kate says:

    Pricey? In Los Angeles? Not at all…

  2. Sari Everna says:

    Not at all. It actually sounds like a good price, at least if it’s real human hair. I don’t really know how much hair 4 ozs. comes to, but for comparison, I’ve been trying to sell my hair, and my ponytail, which is well within their length range, has an offer of $1000. Since I haven’t had my hair cut yet, I can’t really say how much it weighs, but the internet tells me a small apple weighs 4 ozs, and I doubt my hair is that heavy.

  3. kvweber says:

    A more important question- how do you measure a solid object in ounces?

    • Rich says:

      Fail Kvweber. Ounces are a liquid volume measurement *or* a weight measurement. They are two different things, mainly because the US likes to ride the little bus a lot.

    • Jimbob says:

      With scales that measure in Ounces maybe? It’s a measure of weight in most countries other than the US (that use imperial measurements).
      Outside of the US ounces usually isn’t a measure of liquid.

      You guys are so backward!

    • Fabool says:

      Accualy, anybody still using imperial mesurments is backwards, since only Three countries have not officially adopted the International System of Units (Also know and the Metric System) as their primary or sole system of measurement: Liberia, Myanmar and the United States.

  4. Seibee says:

    That’s an awfully exact price. You’d think they’d round it up or something.

    • Rob says:

      that might be $90 with tax.

      And of course the tax are to attach it to your head. (sorry, couldn’t resist.)

    • crap collector says:

      Well…this is the “oddly specific” funny signs page. If they rounded it up, it would no longer be oddly specific.

  5. that-guy-who-captions-stuff-ineffectively says:

    Wow, must be one pricey piece of melanin

  6. Anna H says:

    I wonder if the price increases depending on what color hair you’re looking to buy…

  7. tahrey says:

    This needs to go as the site banner image, surely 😀

  8. Stephanie says:

    Just think of all the hair you could buy if you won that 500,000 cash

  9. Krissie says:

    Wait, is this the price for buying hair or selling it? ‘Cause if it’s for selling, I’m growing my hair back out!

  10. Rawrface says:

    Nice weaves are sometimes made of human hair, especially Indian human hair. I dont know why. (Black friends! – useful for more than just a supporting argument to the statement “I’m not racist!”)

  11. jllauren says:

    Human hair is used for wigs and hairpieces because it can be washed, and styled, just like if you grew it yourself. It tends to look and behave more naturally, and therefore has a higher demand and a larger pricetag than a synthetic wig.
    Another option for those who have the hair for it is Donated hair is used to make wigs for children who have lost their hair due to medical conditions.

  12. robert ot says:

    beware of the ‘shaw after dark

  13. Kirajenlove says:

    They scalp ’em….

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