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This Was So Funny Had To Share

Updated on February 23, 2012
Arthur Scargil
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Toupee Or Not Toupee

So Funny

Right I went to Morrisons before to get some shopping, any ways there was no dramas or anything thank goodness, even I was surprised as everything had gone really well without a hitch for the first time ever. So after filling my basket and walking to the checkouts I had to wait in the queue there was a woman in front of me which was fine, but then she got impatient and stormed off to another till, so I moved forward behind this man with a lovely brown jacket on. I was so jealous any ways it was the jacket I saw first as I brought my head up to eye level I saw the funniest thing ever happen. The man in the brown jacket was standing waiting in front of me and his wife shouted to him from the aisle about a yard behind quickly the man turned to acknowledge his wife's ramblings but he turned that quick that his toupee stayed exactly still as his head moved to the side, I was trying not laugh as the side parting on the toupee was now focused over his right eyebrow. I mean you could tell he had bought this wig to hide the gray hair on his head as he was in his forties and his wife in her twenties, I have to tell you that was the most uncomfortable ten minutes of my life as I could not look at him, and could not laugh and I was almost hysterical. He never even flinched or anything and just went to the lady on the checkouts who looked at me in hysterics coughing and trying to hide laughter, whilst she was almost hysterical her self. finally the man bought his items and left but then after I had been through the checkouts I fell up against the wall laughing as the man was stood waiting to go through the door and the wind was so strong it blew his toupee clean off and he was chasing it with his wife around the car park, yelling at his wife and blaming her for making him wear it until he bought some hair dye for the grey hair. Oh I was so sore with laughing, that I could not move and I ended up walking very gingerly to get home.

I know this may not be funny to some of you but I was hysterical and knew it had to be shared as this was one of those moments that you wish you had a camera :)

Hope it makes you laugh too :)

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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Thanks Shinkicker x

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      Shinkicker 6 years ago from Scotland

      I would have cracked up too under those circumstances

      Nice Hub calpol

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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      I wish you had seen him freecampingaussie you would have had hysterics at the toupee I could not speak :)

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      freecampingaussie 6 years ago from Southern Spain

      This was funny ! Why hide grey hair anyway - at least he has hair , My husband is older than me with grey hair & I would never ask him to change it !

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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      It was so funny Alian346 that my entire sides were so sore from laughing that I could not move :) Tears came flowing down my face as I was laughing that hard :)

      I wish you and poohgranma had been there now what a laugh that would have been :)

      Callum x

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      alian346 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland

      And the national news!

      Maybe he was in there to buy some hair dye - what I don't understand is why he didn't wear a hat!

      If you and I and Poohgranma had been there it would have been wonderful as knowing the amount of giggling that would have gone on the whole staff and customers would all have arrived then Border TV cameras and then the rolling BBC News and we would have been repeated every hour for the next day! And we would have become famous!!

      I think your Morrison's should be a set for a comedy program or a soap opera!

      What an absolute hoot that must have been!

      Ian.

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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      True it would have been a disaster but would have made a great hub though and front page of the local news lololololol! hahahaha :)

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      Poohgranma 6 years ago from On the edge

      Oh no, they would have thrown us out for sure and the man probably would have beat his poor wife, resulting in his arrest and subsequent appearance in court with his wig all askew, causing the magistrate to chuckle and enraging the man into jumping up to strangle the judge .... see, it would have been a disaster!

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      Callum 6 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Hahahahahahaha ROFL Oh poohgranma I wish you had been there now that would have been a hoot!

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      Poohgranma 6 years ago from On the edge

      Oh it's so good we we not there together! You know we would have never made it through without me spitting out my dentures and probably wetting myself. You'd have been laying across the belt, traveling ever closer the the man and his wiggy situation, kicking your legs and holding your hand to your mouth to muffle a scream! HAHAHilarious!!!!!

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