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Time-Travel Wig

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Every young man's greatest fear is that, someday, his hair will gray or fall out, and he will be again as bald as the day of his birth. Here at Time-Travel Wigs, we have a solution to ensure that that day never comes. Come in for a brief session and we will completely and carefully shave your head, ridding it of your current head of hair. Then we will reassemble your hair and paste it onto a comfortable base, turning it into a completely wearable wig that not only matches your natural color, but fits your scalp perfectly as well! In the future when you are bald, all you have to do is simply to slip this wig on to regain the exact hair of your youth.
DrWorm, Nov 16 2010

//Come in for a brief session and we will completely and carefully shave your head, ridding it of your current head of hair.// http://www.youtube....watch?v=8On7rktFZME
In the future when you are bald, all you have to do is simply to slip this clone on to regain the exact hair of your youth. [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Nov 17 2010]

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       Human hair wigs can only be made from fairly strong hair. A significant portion of the population has fairly fine/weak hair that will not last any length of time in a wig.
MechE, Nov 16 2010
  

       //not last any length of time in a wig// which is why you have one made every time you go to the barber, so when the time comes you have a shedfull. [+]
FlyingToaster, Nov 16 2010
  

       Requires going bald every time. And half of them will have degraded by the time you need them. Also, 21, are you a werewolf?
daseva, Nov 16 2010
  

       The antichrist, Damian, in the "Omen" films was born with a full head of hair, which conveniently covered up the "666" mark on his head. Just saying, that's all...
hippo, Nov 16 2010
  

       I thought this would be a special wig to be worn by time-travellers so that they wouldn't look out of place during various periods in history.   

       The past is a foreign country, they do [their hair] differently there.
zen_tom, Nov 16 2010
  

       ^^^ <applause>
mouseposture, Nov 16 2010
  

       I was born with no hair on my head at all, but after a few months of living in Southern California, I grew a righteous crop of thick brown hair. Now, here in Missouri, I am getting a bit thin on top. If I ever lose all my hair, I will just move back to Southern California, and grow another crop.
baconbrain, Nov 16 2010
  

       Can't we just clone our 18 year old scalps and surgically reattach them with no rejection?   

       //clone our 18 year old scalps and surgically reattach them// Why only the scalp?
mouseposture, Nov 17 2010
  

       Good question.
Holy crap. [link]
  

       For some reason I visulised a Pat Sharp style mullet with the magic abilities of time travel.
saedi, Nov 20 2010
  

       I had a woman's head of hair recently. I thought that, by official decree, the hair artist would be obliged to ask whether or not I wanted the locks kept after cutting, to a crew length, for charity to the hairless. Thirty minutes later there were the resemblances of two dead small animals on the cutting room floor (left and right of me) getting swept up. No tip was given.
daseva, Nov 20 2010
  

       What kind of animals were they again? (dead I mean, on the floor, I mean.)
blissmiss, Nov 22 2010
  


 

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