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timgill
7th Sep 2016, 16:43
My brother is a bit overweight, and apart from the usual pot belly and other flabby stuff he has these creases on the back of his neck (he shaves his head); there are about 4 of them and they don't look great, especially when you stand behind him in a queue.

Should I ask him to grow his hair or lose weight - or both?

I don't think he knows they're there...

Pontius Navigator
7th Sep 2016, 17:02
Stand in front of him.

NutLoose
7th Sep 2016, 17:22
Buy him an iron

Cazalet33
7th Sep 2016, 17:35
Buy him a scarf.

ShyTorque
7th Sep 2016, 17:36
Tell him to get his neck stretched.

vctenderness
7th Sep 2016, 17:42
Tell him to wind his neck in!

Ancient Mariner
7th Sep 2016, 17:47
There's this tribe in Africa where the women use brass/copper rings to stretch their necks.
That would sort things out.
Per

sitigeltfel
7th Sep 2016, 18:11
Find out where Karl Lagerfeld buys his shirts.....

https://thejulianechiclist.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/chanel-amfar-2011-karl-lagerfeld.jpg

Avitor
7th Sep 2016, 18:28
Don't tell him about it.

lomapaseo
8th Sep 2016, 01:03
These ripples can be eliminated by sleeping n a closet standing up with your chin over the bar of coat hangers.

Best to warn other members of the household first lest they get surprised when they open the closet door in the morning.

Hydromet
8th Sep 2016, 07:35
These ripples can be eliminated by sleeping n a closet standing up with your chin over the bar of coat hangers.
That's what I told the woman next door's husband I was doing when he found me in the wardrobe.

spInY nORmAn
8th Sep 2016, 09:01
Never mind the neck creases - just be sure you don't have creases in your earlobes! Earlobe Crease & Heart Disease: Fact or Myth? ? MyHeart (http://myheart.net/articles/earlobe-crease-and-heart-disease-fact-or-myth/)

Cazalet33
12th Sep 2016, 15:15
He can use one hand to provide some lee for the upwind sector of the crease.

http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprodpb/9E7B/production/_90517504_warby_harris.jpg

onetrack
12th Sep 2016, 16:22
There's a solution to every single problem known to Mankind, didn't you know?

Neck stretcher (http://www.gadgetreview.com/neck-stretcher-or-traction-device-you-decide)

Of course, in the olden days, a suitable length of hemp rope was often used as a neck-stretcher, too.
Unfortunately, it appears that the number of fatalities associated with it, made it fall into disuse. :)

lomapaseo
12th Sep 2016, 16:42
Neck stretcher

The mind boggles wondering how far that would go hooked up to an air pump at a petrol station