So, I now have to live with the fact that I don't have a crowning glory which every woman would feel inadequate if they have to face the same situation. It would be like a man who couldn't get 'it' up. That's how much I think a woman loves her hair (which is to say, its very, very important and not excluding those who wear headscraves).
Easy to maintain even early in the morning
If you see me now, you will not believe that I had a full hair when I was small which looks like I was one of the Beatles in their glory days. They even give a nickname 'Bujal' for the Malaysian kid's comic which was popular in 1980s. Bujal has this full hair which is so helmety that the top of it sticks up like some untrained corporals in an army's regiment. Basically, this Bujal character looks like John Lennon except for those pesky hair.
Men in Malaysia seems to accept their shortcoming in the hair department seen from the lack of toupee shops around. Only company like Svenson and Neeta's herbal hair remedy are brave enough to bank on their products to make money in Malaysia. With the rise of David Beckham and his metrosexual regime, these company might just make their money. Even he sometimes (or is it a trend too now?) goes bald. Jason Statham is another idol of mine...
As for me, I'll just stick with my balding head which made it easy for me to go and cut my hair.
Just imagine this, I only have to spend five minutes in a barber shop where I enter, say the word [and sometimes just signal with my finger '0' (zero) and use the machine], in which the barber will spend 3 minutes to pass the mechanized clipper on my head and walla! he's done. My wife really love this story of mine about how I cut my hair that she once follow me to see whether its true or not.