TOUPEE OR NOT TOUPEE?

 
 
 
Toupee or not toupee
TOUPEE OR NOT TOUPEE

Lilou & John recommend a website about celebrity toupees | Lilou mentions a website listing how Sean Bean has died in movies | John finds it all very fascinating

John: Today we encountered a highly fascinating and very inspiring website called Toupee Or Not Toupee. We recommend our readers to visit this site as soon as possible due to the relevant and much anticipated material on the site. What can you say about this site, my little sugar cane?

Lilou: I actually find it quite fascinating that people take their precious spare time and put it into a page like this. And it’s actually quite hilarious. Why people wear toupee is beyond me.

John: Well, considering the importance of these matters, I find it quite … très intéressant, to put it in a foreign tongue. We found the site because we were in desperate need of intel regarding Owen Wilsons assumed toupee or not toupee after watching the blockbuster classic “Anaconda” from 1997.

Lilou: Yeah. Pale blond guys usually loose their hair, but he seems to have the same haircut and amount of hair now as he did in 1997, which was strange. The things we look up, dear…

John: Uhm, well, in that case we perhaps should list all the stuff we have checked out this evening. Uh, Is Paul Bettany a narcissist or not, and if so, is he married, and to whom? Does Johnny Depp have a mental illness? We checked out the Jap from Predators that wasn’t a Jap, but an American, and we compared him with that Korean or something guy from Star Trek.

Lilou: We need to get a life, honey.

John: Sincerely, we don’t …

Lilou: We checked out Nicole Kidman and her husband. They are getting a divorce by the way. We also checked out Edward Norton and now we like him. Who knew?

John: Yes, he made himself Marvel’s enemy. I can relate to that. Also, Owen Wilson divorced many years ago and has two kids with two separate women. I didn’t know that before.

Lilou: Me neither. We should check up Ice Cube as well. Who is he? We should probably know that. But he’s still alive in the movie, so he gotta be someone.

John: Yes, the anaconda has not consumed him yet, and we have probably watched half the movie, and for a black actor that is quite an achievement.

Lilou: Especially in ’97.

John: Yes, the unselfish, black soldier dude often sacrifices himself during the first quarter of a movie, but the cool black hip hop dude often survives longer. Do you think there is some online statistiscs covering that?

Lilou: I bet there is. Did you know they have a website for Sean Bean on how he’s died in movies. He always gets killed.

John: Really?

Lilou: Yes.

John: Fascinating.

 

Lilou & John recommend a website about celebrity toupees | Lilou mentions a website listing how Sean Bean has died in movies | John finds it all very fascinating

John: Today we encountered a highly fascinating and very inspiring website called Toupee Or Not Toupee. We recommend our readers to visit this site as soon as possible due to the relevant and much anticipated material on the site. What can you say about this site, my little sugar cane?

Lilou: I actually find it quite fascinating that people take their precious spare time and put it into a page like this. And it’s actually quite hilarious. Why people wear toupee is beyond me.

John: Well, considering the importance of these matters, I find it quite … très intéressant, to put it in a foreign tongue. We found the site because we were in desperate need of intel regarding Owen Wilsons assumed toupee or not toupee after watching the blockbuster classic “Anaconda” from 1997.

Lilou: Yeah. Pale blond guys usually loose their hair, but he seems to have the same haircut and amount of hair now as he did in 1997, which was strange. The things we look up, dear…

John: Uhm, well, in that case we perhaps should list all the stuff we have checked out this evening. Uh, Is Paul Bettany a narcissist or not, and if so, is he married, and to whom? Does Johnny Depp have a mental illness? We checked out the Jap from Predators that wasn’t a Jap, but an American, and we compared him with that Korean or something guy from Star Trek.

Lilou: We need to get a life, honey.

John: Sincerely, we don’t …

Lilou: We checked out Nicole Kidman and her husband. They are getting a divorce by the way. We also checked out Edward Norton and now we like him. Who knew?

John: Yes, he made himself Marvel’s enemy. I can relate to that. Also, Owen Wilson divorced many years ago and has two kids with two separate women. I didn’t know that before.

Lilou: Me neither. We should check up Ice Cube as well. Who is he? We should probably know that. But he’s still alive in the movie, so he gotta be someone.

John: Yes, the anaconda has not consumed him yet, and we have probably watched half the movie, and for a black actor that is quite an achievement.

Lilou: Especially in ’97.

John: Yes, the unselfish, black soldier dude often sacrifices himself during the first quarter of a movie, but the cool black hip hop dude often survives longer. Do you think there is some online statistiscs covering that?

Lilou: I bet there is. Did you know they have a website for Sean Bean on how he’s died in movies. He always gets killed.

John: Really?

Lilou: Yes.

John: Fascinating.