Anonymous wrote:Brett would have to cut his hair, and no force on earth would make him do that.
Hey, I have all the sympathy in the world for Brett there. I have cut my hair three times since I was 13, and every time was because I felt like it, not because of all the pressure I felt to. Long hair doesn't just happen. It's not like a tattoo or a piercing. It's a commitment. It takes years of putting up with people in your life that bother you about cutting your hair. If you go through all the years it takes to grow your hair long of people's bullshit, you better believe you're committed to it. Especially if Brett's hair is as long as it is in the comic strip. My hair is going on 25 months since it's last cut. AS Val Kilmer said in The Doors portraying Jim Morrison: "Some of the biggest mistakes in my life have been haircuts."
But the point it, if you really wanted to go as Dante and Randall, Brett could easily but his hair down the back of his shirt. With the backwards baseball cap, you really couldn't tell the difference.
Power To The Long-Hairs!