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Friday, July 18, 2014

FFS!? Friday : The new FFS

I can't even deal.

No time for witty banter.

I have found white.

Multiple whites.

They are ganging up on the brown/red/hybrid of other colours and they are rapidly advancing.

First it was a random eyebrow hair a couple once or twice a year.

Then it was....get this....an arm hair.  WTF?

Now, they've reached the summit and they are gaining strength as they re-group up there.

They are glinting at me, mocking me, every time I look in the bathroom mirror.

I've stopped counting....

It's just too depressing.

I've stopped pulling them out....

They just grow back and stick up because they are short and the rest of my hair is long and so, of course the non-conforming exhibitionist bastards stand out.  Or up.  Whatever.

Am going to have to start making some really hard decisions...

Like how much of my wine budget do I now have to allocate to frequent hair dying?

How long until Depends eat away at that budget too?

And how much for a mobility scooter?

I am 35 - far too young for FFS!? to mean something entirely different and not remotely age-appropriate.






8 comments:

  1. PMSL - I have started finding a few white ones as well although my next birthday is 49 so probably not the same situation as you !!!
    I say embrace them - but I know that not many people agree with me !
    Have the best day you can making the hard decisions between wine and dye !
    Me xox

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  2. I turned 30 last week and I found a few silvers. I refuse to call them grey or white. I reckon kids help them come along faster.

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  3. LOL, wait til you find whites and greys in your pubes. Now that is truly a WTF moment!

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  4. Ungh, I turned 30 last month, I don't even want to look at my head. There's not point. It's all so freakin' depressing.

    I swear it was only last week that I was sitting on a balcony drinking wine and smoking... now it's all fruit juice and coffee. No more smokes, barely any drinking... stoopid adulthood.

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  5. If it makes you feel any better my grandma went completely white at 15 and had to dye her hair ever since. I used to crap myself when I was younger thinking it would happen to me. Thankgod it didn't (yet).

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  6. My hubby starting growing 'whites' at 28 - and supposedly I'm to blame for their avalanche. Just see it as a sign of awesome (and dye the fuggers) x

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  7. Take the hair dye costs out of your kids' education fund. It's probably them that are making your hair grey anyway so it's only fair.

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  8. Wait until your eyesight goes. Then you can't see them any more! Don't worry, that's why they invented hair dye :)

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