Terry Bradshaw is apparently a famous football player, which as you can tell by my use of "apparently" came as a big surprise to me. Anything about football comes as a surprise to me, in fact.
There is a Wikipedia article about him over here. And you can see from the recent photograph there that he's gone pretty bald since the New Man Qaylar days (this ad is from 1978).
Well, he may well be "darned demanding" - and aren't we all, really? - but the Qaylar did not work. Terry Bradshaw's Hair...0; Qaylar....also 0. I'd also like to know how the Qaylar "answered all [his] needs." All of them? How can this be? This may be a slight exaggeration, I'm just saying.
And yet it does not look like the New Man Stylist really changed Terry Bradshaw all that much. You'd think that a New Man Stylist would at least provide his client with a New Outfit. Or show him some New Facial Expressions.
I keep wanting to put a 'u' in between the Q and the a. It is really annoying.
Perhaps this is a clue to why the stuff did not work. People who don't know how to keep letters in their name might not be experts in keeping hair on heads.
Afterthought That Is Like an Announcement, Only Less Organized: It has recently (very recently!) come to my attention that it is, in fact, International Women's Day (not just national, international!) and although I managed to pull myself together and write something appropriate on my other blog (although the woman I wrote about was NOT a suffragist, whoops) - I then thought: oh no, I not only did NOT write about women's stuff on Kitchen Retro, I wrote about a guy. Going bald! That is not IWD friendly, is it?
I could write a second post, but I realize that that might be annoying. And that's no good. So....we're going to do IWD here tomorrow. A day late, a dollar short, but I promise it will be something fun. I'll meet you back here tomorrow, OK? See you then!