Elliot Berinstein of Toronto said Canada Post left a package from Well.ca (an online pharmacy) on his doorstep. He was initially confounded about its origins. “I was very confused because I hadn’t ordered anything from Well.ca in a while and then I remembered one time about eight years ago, I ordered something from them.” The package included a tube of Brylcreem — a hair-styling product — he had ordered in 2012, along with an invoice dated that year. “I started laughing because I thought it was pretty funny that it came eight years later.” The Brylcreem in the tube had turned a bright yellow and he threw it out.
Hair raising experiences
A woman came home from shopping and mused with her husband, “Will you still love me when my hair is gray”? He replied, “Why not, I loved you through all the other colors?”
“My girlfriend has started calling my hair ‘the economy’. It’s begun showing strong signs of a recession.”
It’s great to have gray hair.
Ask anyone who’s bald.
“How lovely you look, my dear,” gushed the wedding guest to the bride. And then she whispered, “What ever happened to the ditzy blonde your husband used to date?” The bride replied, “I dyed my hair.”