A bald brokowski should be out and proud

Going bald is something that many men dread as it is often a sign of age and is considered by some to be a detraction from masculinity. But some of the greatest figures in history were bald, as have been some famous celebrities. If a brokowski finds himself to be bald, he should be out and proud about it and not try to cover it up with a wig or hair piece.

The famous bald man in history was Caius Julius Caesar, the famous Roman statesman and general. He was not only successful in war and politics, but loved by many women and admired by many men (though not all, as the unfortunate incident on the Ides of March proved.) His troops called him “old baldy” out of affection and sang the following as they marched in triumph.

“Home we bring the bald whoremonger

Romans lock your wives away

All the bags of gold you lent him

Went his Gallic tarts to pay!”

Other famous bald people of history include Gandhi, Mikhail Gorbachev, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, William Shakespeare, and Vladimir Ilyich Lenin.

Modern bald celebrities include Bruce Willis, Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson, Vin Diesel, Patrick Stewart, Ben Kinsley, George Foreman, Sean Connery, astronaut Story Musgrave, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Jordan, and many others.

The point of all of this is that bald is sexy. Bald is masculine. Bald is even powerful. So no one, not to mention a proper browkowski, who finds himself bald should be ashamed. Otherwise he will be like William Shatner, who is also bald, but covers it up. And who wants to be like William Shatner?

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