26 thoughts on “Here Is A Thought On A Friday

  1. (answering the original question) – Petrified, 24/7. Then again, it is more terrifying to be RIGHTLY accused of murder, all because of a measly little hair. Why must hair be such a thorn in the side of hardworking murderers? What did murder ever do to hair? It’s already dead. So revenge is clearly not the motive. All things considered, hair is sort of a feckless, rotten little snitch.

  2. Morgan says:

    My boyfriend likes to use my nails as his own personal back scratcher, but all I can think about is the tiny pieces of his skin that it leaves under my nails. Not only does this make me absolutely cringe, but I also worry that if I get murdered, the police will assume he did it since I’ll have his DNA on me. I am SUCH a thoughtful girlfriend.

  3. I used to worry about that when I was younger – the getting wrongly accused thing. But I always figured it would be a fingerprint. Hm. Now I’ve got something else to worry about, because I lose tons of hair too and that seems the more likely scenario.

  4. That’s a disturbing thought that I have every time I vacuum my house. All my friends are constantly finding my long hairs wherever I’ve been… It’s kind of a wonder that I even have hair left really (but my daughters both have long hair, too, so I guess it’s partly their fault πŸ˜‰ )

  5. “To the southwest, pirate galleons!”
    “To the southeast, multi-armed Zanzibanian short women and their exploding wigs of death!”
    -Gonzo, Muppet Treasure Island.

  6. Lots of people would see that as paranoid.

    I’m not lots of people.

    It makes me growl whenever I hear about the latest effort to build a “National Database” for this or that: DNA, fingerprints, cell phone GPS tracking, whatever…. It’ll make us safer, right? If you’re not doing anything wrong you have nothing to worry about, right? Even if they link you to the location where a crime was committed… all you would have to do is provide an airtight alibi for where you were and what you were doing on a specific date a year or two ago…. what’s the problem with that? And even if everything comes out all right in the end, being a “Person of Interest” in a homicide investigation for several weeks or months would be an irritation that I wouldn’t relish.

    I’m probably wrong, though. Nothin’ to worry about really. I, for one, welcome and support our Overlords.

  7. keelyofbrowngables says:

    Dude. My sister says the same thing. Although it’s more along the lines of “I’d never be able to commit a crime because my DNA’s everywhere!”

  8. emmlaa says:

    I have a similar thing…. when i’m accused of something and it wasn’t me I seem to give off this guilty vibe, even when I am telling the truth.

  9. Every time I get in a cab (which is mercifully infrequent), I think: my stupid hair is going to end up on someone else. Someday it’s going to end up on someone who does something or has something happen to them, and when they question me I’m going to have to hope there’s a female cop who *also* loses hair like mad, to understand.

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