Rob Beschizza at 11:38 am Mon, Apr 29, 2013
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A hit or a target?
Hey, the Iron Halo is a much coveted honor and a useful piece of wargear…
If 80s hairdos are coming back, I’m getting a Tom Bailey.
Since it’s the Daily Mail I’m going to assume it’s just made up bull.
notice the conspicuous absence of photographic evidence. ah well, i guess i’ll just take their word for it
If there were a similar tabloid on the Left, it could present Thatcher’s ‘fro as taboo a fashion statement as Hitler’s (née Chaplin’s) mustache or Savile’s tracksuit.
Can someone please Photoshop Thatcher’s bouffant onto Monty Burns for analysis.
Not quite right, but this is what I first thought of:
Its from the Daily Fail, so I say shenanigans.
More like a helmet, which reminds me of Bill Clinton’s Hairgate, 1993. Who benefits from bringing up the recently deceased, Thatcher’s hairstyle?
That comma. It pleases me ;)
M’Lynn Eatenton. Steel Magnolias becomes Iron Magnolias.
Our lawn guy just came through to de-thatch our lawn.
‘Thatch is usually a pale yellow or brown mix of dried and dead grass blades, rhizomes, stolons and other grass parts. Thatch builds up over time into a dense and impenetrable layer that prevents water, fertilizer and other applied nutrients from reaching the soil and roots of the grass. This stunts grass growth and can lead to a brown and sparse appearance of your lawn.’
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I imagine that her ancestors did this.
If you had to choose, would it be better to have the Thatcher, or the Carol Peletier (The Walking Dead)?
With all that Aquanet, you could set fire to her and run from her by her own light (hat tip to the Bard).
I’m guessing these are people going to fancy-dress parties.
Popular in London, less popular in Sheffield.
On second thoughts, it’s clearly a bollocks story made up by some guy who saw some old woman with a Thatcher ‘do when he was trying to desperately think of a way to fill some column inches before the editor gets angry.
Maybe they saw this woman, whose face has been plastered all over the news for the last week.
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