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(The Journal (Ireland))   Man blames JFK rubbing his head as a child for baldness. He's still better off than Marilyn Monroe   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, President John F. Kennedy, Co Wexford  
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2013-06-23 05:47:22 AM  
4 votes:

Alopecia does not work that way!
2013-06-23 07:06:02 AM  
3 votes:

BusterCherry333: Based on the headline, I thought maybe MM died from breast cancer.  Then I discovered a marginally morbid new feature of google: +die

/works for just about any celebrity
//assuming they're dead; still got nothing for Abe Vigoda
JFK rubbed my head once. All I got was this damned eternal life.

2013-06-23 05:33:29 AM  
1 vote:
John Murphy, a harmonica player just like his father, pictured today.


For some reason I never imagined the Irish as being particularly fond of the harmonica.

/I LOL'd at the headline then felt bad at LOLing, then I laughed at myself for feeling bad for LOLing and the circle of Fark was complete.
2013-06-23 04:45:11 AM  
1 vote:
I think you meant to say he's better off than JFK.  Who lost more than just his hair one fine Friday morning in Dallas.

Unless subby thinks JFK rubbed MM bald.  Pics or didn't happen.

/Bet she was a trimmer not a shaver
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