View Full Version : Politicians with eccentric hair cuts.

Sir George Cayley
16th Oct 2011, 21:02
Whilst watching the week's political shenanigans which saw Liam Fox and Oliver Letwin in the limelight, I was struck by their eccentric behaviour and their hair.

Letwin's curly quiff defies gravity whilst Fox's flat head and wrong side parting presents another queer style.

Looking further Boris Johnston's blond mop is surely a contender for top eccentric hair style. Even Cameron's looks like a receding quiff whereas his coalition partner Nick Clegg is sober by comparison as is Ed Millibands.

So is it a Conservative Party thing? Does having a weird barnet help with political ambitions?



16th Oct 2011, 21:16
Ask Wiliam Hague.... :rolleyes:

16th Oct 2011, 23:46
Curly quiff ?? ...Oh never mind....

17th Oct 2011, 05:51
Does having a weird barnet help with political ambitions?

Simply being weird is sufficient.

Barksdale Boy
17th Oct 2011, 06:13
Former Japanese prime minister Koizumi was in a class of his own.

17th Oct 2011, 08:17
Ahh, just had to check, you're not wrong..


17th Oct 2011, 08:39
Talking about whacko hairdos and no Geert Wilders yet?

Tsssskkkkkkkk.... ;)

Peroxide bleached anti islam populist. Considered a danger to national security by the UK, considered a danger to national unity in Holland and looked upon as the messiah by his followers.


17th Oct 2011, 08:45
Never mind the hair, it's the eyes, the mad eyes...

17th Oct 2011, 13:02
Who can forget....

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSayEaX32xzVYe4YhIwDABFJp3NV3iZky6d4eEdFQi E4S9vuV4g

17th Oct 2011, 13:44
I bet they will be VERY popular in jail.

17th Oct 2011, 15:28
I always thought Blago was more a noisy queef than a curly quiff.

17th Oct 2011, 15:53
Not wild barnet related but more of the hair/eyebrow mismatch. Does Alistair Darling dye his eyebrows black or his hair white or is it natural? Really have to wonder what colour his clock springs are.

Sir George Cayley
17th Oct 2011, 21:26
One side black the other white?


18th Oct 2011, 09:18
Ask Wiliam Hague.... :rolleyes:

I dunno, being Foreign Secretary at a time when your country is involved in two wars doesn't seem to imply any lack of success careerwise. I somehow doubt he's worried about not hanging on to the leadership long enough to get the PM's job - holding together that rickety edifice they call the coalition is not a job I'd fancy.

Personally I don't care if a politician has got no hair, long hair or a beard you could hide a badger in (and that applies to the women too).

18th Oct 2011, 12:58
wrong side parting presents another queer style.

'Scuse I!! Nowt wrong with parting on the right if that's where yer crown is. Mutter, grumble. . . .:*