Tumbleweave sighted: Baltimore

Pilosa baltimoris

Here we see a specimen of what, in Baltimore, is colloquially known as a ‘tumbleweave’: an artificial hair extension which has, through some happenstance or another, elected to make it’s own way, free of it’s host. This one, possibly originating continents away in a proto-religious Eurasian hairletting ritual, found itself hopelessly and aimlessly clinging to a patch of concrete in downtown Bowtimo. Possibly looking for a cameo on The Wire.

While undocumented before the 1980’s, sightings of wild tumbleweaves has grown rapidly in recent years; matching, perhaps coincidentally, a decrease in Bigfoot sightings over the same time period. Is there a indeed a connection? Sooner or later, science will surely have an explanation.


9 Responses to “Tumbleweave sighted: Baltimore”

  1. Holy crap. I can’t believe you misapostrophied “its”–twice! “… through some happenstance or another, elected to make it’s own way, free of it’s host.” For shame!

  2. Oh but anyway, that’s an awesomely disturbing picture.

  3. Unbelievable. Awesome. Disturbing. Yes, my work here is done.

  4. some hair extensions fit nicely to the your natural hair while others do not fit easily ,-*

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