Saturday, March 24, 2018
Some baby connected to someone in the back room of my library came in for a visit. She was a fairly cute baby who laughed a lot, which was amusing and even a little contagious. The subject of hair came up and some other library staff-related baby was shown in a picture via a phone. The pictured baby had some thick black hair, for a baby at least, and we were informed that in this baby's culture after a month they would shave his head.
As the relatively rare Jew at my job I felt obliged to tell everyone how we do it in my culture:
We just wait 50 years and it starts to go away by itself.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
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