A good friend of mine, along with his wife, were sitting across the table from me in a bar when I noticed that the wife had a hair growing out of her chin. Not just a small easily overlooked hair, but the sequoia tree of chin hairs. It was a huge, long hair that was literally waving at me as she talked. Should I say something I wondered? Obviously the answer to that is no. That would only embarrass her. But that brings me to the more nagging question, doesn't she have a mirror? And why doesn't her idiot husband point out that she has a ten inch long hair growing out of her chin? Isn't that what people get married for, to point out each other's flaws? I suppose I should understand, I was looking in the mirror just a while ago and I realized that there was a very long hair dangling from my earlobe. I plucked that thing out of there and noticed even more hairs poking out of both ears. What the hell? Why hadn't Mark given me a heads up? Just a quick, "Hey Alan, what's with the hair farm in your ears?". I wouldn't be insulted. I would welcome such a caring gesture. I mean, I regularly remind Mark that his hair is turning gray, and that his nose has sprouted it's own mustache from within. Because I care.