Is Being Bald Dangerous?

bald scary dude

There’s a sad pain in being bald. An ever present lack of something you were once so familiar with. A feeling of being at least 30% less attractive through no fault of your own. 40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35, 65% by age 60, and 80% by age 80, but the gradual hair-loss associated with aging is not the same as the debilitating insult from the gods of sporting a cue ball for a head when you should still be in your prime.

Take the man above. He was once brilliant brain-surgeon who made large inroads in the field of human-chimpanzee brain transplants. Once he started losing his hair he lost his zest for human-monkey brains. He now works as a strip-club DJ in Cambodia and weeps silently as he cue’s up Warrant’s Cherry Pie 25 times a night.

There are many potential solutions to this very serious problem. There are hair loss topical medications such a Propecia or Minoxidil. There are expensive and dubious looking hair-plug operations, and then of course, there is the toupee route. Take a gander at how great these look:

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By the look on his face, the raccoon pelt on his head look is not working out for him.

It’s astounding that in this day and age, there isn’t a single full-proof solution (except suicide) to male pattern baldness.

With this in mind, let’s take a look at the poor souls with the worst bald heads in the world, shall we?



One elegant solution is the comb-over. This man went about setting his with aplomb. In fact, he is hardly distinguishable from the actor, Ryan Gosling.


Even all the money in the world will save a bald man from going to elaborate lengths to conceal his condition.


  1. Anonymous says:

    have you no sense of humour ?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Asking people if they have no sense of humour over and over rather more obviously points to the fact that you aren’t funny

  3. Mick says:

    What a horrible uneducated posting! Trump is not bald. There are countless videos proving that he is not bald!

  4. Anonymous says:

    That’s Bill Bailey.


    losing my hair was the best thing that could’ve happened to it , it was a nightmare as i always had to have it perfect , and the things i used to do to it to achieve that were ridiculous , now all i have to do is shave the non bald parts and i’m off , instead of spending hours pissing about with it

    the hours i wasted doing so

  6. arkay74 says:

    Bald win.

    1. Anonymous says:

      Have you no sense of humour?

  7. Carol L Davis says:

    I thought the Jennifer Anistin one was Bobcat Goldwaith. Shows what I know. I think there are many men who actually look good bald. billy Zane is hot with or without hair. Mr. Caen works it, haha. My doctor does the ponytail and it suits him.

  8. Sheila Rowland says:

    The guy at the top is an English comedian and he used that dreadful hairdo as a prop to his comedy routines.

    1. Anonymous says:

      Have you no sense of humour?

    2. Anonymous says:

      Scottish comedian you mean!

    3. kitchel says:

      Haha omg I was gonna say that too.. apparently research is no longer a requirement in “journalism”

  9. some guy says:

    This is stupid as hell, ebing bald wont kill you

    1. Anonymous says:

      Have you no sense of humour?

    2. Expound that Einstein look,and start out with 300 mg of wellibutrin pill.every day AM ,additionally,this is at,diagnosis I call the “Serengeti effect”yes SIEGMANS PRIMAL theory prevails satisfy the sex thing bro,!watch your mind expand.AJW

  10. Jackson says:


    1. Anonymous says:

      Have you no sense of humour?