Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Not that I've ever really understood what eyebrows are for...
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I've always liked that 'goatee and shaved head' look, and I would probably have attempted it myself but for the expectations of various clients who would take it amiss. If I ever do (when I'm in the situation where I don't have to care what the people with the money think of me) I will leave two small earbrows growing over my ears. Presumably whatever benefits my eyebrows give my eyes, my earbrows will also give to my ears.
wagster, Aug 04 2005

Why do we have eyebrows? http://science.hows...com/question520.htm
Actually, yes. And facial expressions. [supercarrot900, Aug 04 2005]


       Genius. Can't help wondering what Spock would have look like with a pair of these...
moomintroll, Aug 04 2005

       I always thought that eyebrows acted as water gullies for the human face caught in the rain.
po, Aug 04 2005

       Eybrows are for catching bits of egg when you eat breakfast hanging upside-down.
moPuddin, Aug 04 2005

       Yes! Please let them grow to become Ear Curtains!   

       Filter out those pesky flies and unwanted (extremely low decibel) sounds.
subflower, Aug 05 2005

       For those with a unibrow over eyes: shave the ends, to create a nosebrow.
bobeff, Aug 05 2005


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