“Life is like a bad haircut.
At first it looks awful,
then you kind of get used to it, and before you know it,
it it grows out and you gotta get another haircut
that maybe won’t be so bad,
unelss of course you keep going to SuperClips,
where the hairstylists are so terrible they oughta be using safety scissors,
and when they’re done you look like your head got caught in a ceiling fan.
So life goes on,
until finally you go bald,
and it don’t matter no more.
I told this wisdom to my mother, and she said
I oughta put it in a book, then burn it.
Some people just can’t appreciate the profound.”