On being a uni-brow

See those two hairs there? yeah - those two. They belong neither to the right nor the left. They are volunteers. No mater what I do - pluck, pull, shave, jab, tweeze, whatever... they just come back.

Stubborn little volunteers.



Anonymous said...

Sorry to tell you dude, it's genetic!
Embrace the tweezers, there is nothing you can do about them.( Unless you do what your dad does and shave off your brows completely to wrangle the wild hairs!)Class, pure class!

Loralee Choate said...

At least you CARE.

I had to threaten to withold sex before my husband would admit that he needed to have TWO eyebrows instead of one. (I know, I know...but it's like, the only power I have. Sigh.)

Reach Upward said...

It's all part of the glorious aging process. As guys get older, they stop growing hair in all of the places it should be plentiful and start growing it everywhere else: brows, nose, ears — you get the idea. It ain't pretty, but it's part of nature's gift that comes with ... uh, shall we say, the wisdom of experience.

Becky..AMHW said...

I haven't decided to mention how my sister convinces her husband to allow her to tweeze his unibrow. It's fine entertainment for them on a Saturday night I guess.

I, for one, don't care about my husband's eyebrows. He's beginning to look like Andy Rooney and that's OK with me.