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Who ever knew that a nice day at the beach could cause such horrors?

Explanation of Tatcho.
     Posted By: Paul - Mon Dec 22, 2014
     Category: Oceans and Maritime Pursuits | Nineteenth Century | Hair and Hairstyling

I've heard that standing on your head in a cow-patty is pretty effective too.

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Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 12/22/14 at 10:51 AM
"Honey, while you are at the chemist's, will you purchase a bottle of Tatcho?"

Posted by KDP on 12/22/14 at 03:03 PM
Seeing as they say hair continues to grow for a bit after death I guess formaldehyde as an ingredient makes sense. (Since someone will invariably point it out,yes I know the tissues shrink causing the illusion of growth.)
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 12/22/14 at 06:01 PM
No, Patty, hair doesn't grow after death it's the skin & other tissue that shrink that causes the illusion of growth.

(You happy now you prognosticator, you!)

Holy spit on the dictionary, BatPerson I spelled prognosticator correctly the 1st time!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 12/23/14 at 12:17 AM
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