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Monday, August 28, 2006
White Nose Hair.
UPDATE: For those who have found my blog via a Google search on white nose hair:

Welcome to my blog. Sorry I can't offer much in the way of information about nose hair, the truth is I found a white nose hair one day, and blogged about it, and I guess there is a real shortage of information on white nose hair out there, because since that day I seem to get a lot of hits on this particular post...

While I am sure that white nose hair is a captivating topic, I really can't offer much in the way of information myself, other than people get white nose hair from time to time. To be sure, the frequency of white nose hair likely increases with age.

If however, you need more info, or are just plain tired from fruitless hours questing for that elusive "white nose hair" grail, I will endeavor to offer up some more, albeit entirely fictional, help:

Ahem.... White nose hair, while seemingly a harmless cosmetic pigmentation of one's nasal foliage, is in fact one of the first indicators that one has been abducted by aliens. Anyone who has ever watched an episode of X-files can tell you, that after relentlessly probing your orifices, aliens always implant a homing device in the nasal cavity of the abductee. Such devices are bio-synthetic, and will not show up on an x-ray, or even a blood test, but transmit information back to the mother ship via a tachyon radiation, which is itself almost untraceable; however, two side effects of prolonged exposure to tachyon radiation are [1] the bleaching of hair pigmentation, and [2] the resulting sublimation of the bio-synthetic housing creates a powerful "designer" neurotoxin (not unlike a designer drug) which, as it is inhaled, creates a cumulative, but mild psychotic effect: a sudden, and profound interest in white nose hair, and how it got there.

White nose hairKim remarked in the meta of her hubby's Bugblaster's blog (Neil) that posts about trivial, or inconsequential things tend to generate the most comments.

So I thought I should mention this morning that I noticed a white nose hair the other day (yes, in -my own- nose.)
posted by Daniel @ 12:23 PM  
  • At 2:06 PM, August 28, 2006, Blogger Daniel said…

    Pfft. I am starting to doubt the logic. It has been hours, and I am not seeing a deluge of posts.

    Perhaps I need to use older English words in my posts, such as Bruhaha, witchery, and fishmonger?

  • At 3:07 PM, August 28, 2006, Blogger Even So... said…

    Yeah, I started to comment on the oma message, and I stopped, but this one...

    Yep, I gots me no whiteys on me head, only have a few white hairs in my goat and 'stache, but plenty in my nose.

    My expert hypothesis is that we have a limited number of times new hairs can pop up before they start turning grey. I started pulling my nose hairs out, by the root (perverse pleasure, the wife just loves it, of course) a long time ago, so now I get lots of "silvers" to go digging for...


  • At 4:21 PM, August 28, 2006, Blogger bp said…

    A girl I know told me that she recently started getting the inside of her nose waxed. Maybe its just me, but I don't see the appeal of stuffing hot wax up my nose and ripping all the hair out at once.

  • At 4:27 PM, August 28, 2006, Blogger Even So... said…

    ripping all the hair out at once.

    Wax, no way, but manual, yeah, baby...

    Its sublime, you need to try it, man...

  • At 4:46 PM, August 28, 2006, Blogger Carla Rolfe said…

    I vote for witchery and fishmonger. They just conjure up the most interesting visuals, don't you think? Better than white nose hairs, anyday.


  • At 8:11 AM, August 29, 2006, Blogger Rose~ said…

    You could have Vitiligo (sp?).
    I have it on my face and it has caused a little section of nose hair to turn white and a half inch of my left eyebrow to turn white also. Do you know what Vitiligo is?

    (can you believe you got a serious response on this post?)

  • At 7:33 PM, August 29, 2006, Blogger Neil said…

    Vitiligo... that's Michael Jackson's explanation for some things.

    Can you work the white hair thing into an avatar?

    Rose, you do realize that my next click will be straight to your picture to inspect your left eyebrow, don't you?

  • At 8:28 PM, August 29, 2006, Blogger Rose~ said…

    I actually use mascara to make the white hairs dark because otherwise I look like I have 2/3 of an eyebrow. We can't have that.

  • At 10:42 AM, August 30, 2006, Blogger Daniel said…

    I am certain it is just aging. Sigh.

    Poor Michael Jackson.

  • At 10:50 AM, August 30, 2006, Blogger mark pierson said…

    Rose is real people...I like that!

  • At 10:54 AM, August 30, 2006, Blogger mark pierson said…

    Well, it is a good bet that I am the oldest commenter on this thread; hense, probably the grayest.

    Cheer up Daniel, I've got ten years on you.

  • At 3:58 PM, August 30, 2006, Blogger Brad Williams said…

    My hair is probably 35% gray on my head. So far, there's none in the nose. I can easily check because my nose is so large I can almost see my brain through my nostrils.

  • At 6:21 PM, August 30, 2006, Blogger Kim said…

    Any discussion of nose hair gives me the willies. Pardon me for not commenting earlier.

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