A bald man was teased everywhere he went because of his totally bald head. After enduring years of this abuse, he can take it no longer. He proceeds to climb the tallest statue in town, and proclaims, “I’m not bald, I’m just taller than my hair!"
65 year old Rachel goes to Smith’s Café. She is on the lookout for her fourth husband. As she is waiting to be served, she notices an elderly well dressed handsome man standing at the bar. So she goes over to him and introduces herself.
"Hi," she says, "My name is Rachel. I saw you were alone and thought you could do with some company. And as I just love bald-headed men, here I am."
"But I'm not bald, at least not yet," says the man. "So far I've still got some of my hair, as you can see."
"Oh don't worry about that," replies Rachel, "I'm very patient. I can wait."
Something For My Baldness
Doctor, Doctor, can you give me something for my baldness?
How about a few pounds of manure?
Will that cure my baldness?
No, but with that on your head no one will come near enough to notice you're bald.
Still So Young
Boss: “Sam, you are still so young. Why have you lost so much hair."
Sam: “Yes sir, it's worry and tension."
Boss: “What worry?"
Sam: “Losing my hair, sir."
Thinking About Things
Little Billy is eating breakfast one morning and gets to thinking about things.
Mommy, mommy, why does dad have so few hairs on his head?" he asks his mother.
“He thinks a lot," replies his mother, pleased with herself for coming up with such a quick answer to Little Billy’s question.
Or she is until Billy thinks for a second and asks, “So why do you have so much hair?"