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Who has the worst toupee?

My Dad started wearing one when I was in Vietnam. When I returned home, our (dad and me) standing joke was about his toupee. So, who has the worst one?
My votes go to:
Jim Traficant, former congressman from Ohio

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Chuck Norris

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How dare you defile the name of Chuck Norris?

Traficant's is downright scary.
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Yeah, that's pretty bad.


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STACY DAVID on Gearz! his "hair" never moves no matter what he does

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Careful you guys. You might p!ss-off Wareagle.

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A manager I used to work with... Everyone knew he had a toup, then one day out of the blue he decided to do away with it...

And don't mess with Chuck...

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Dude, I think that would qualify as the world's worst combover.
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Dude, I think that would qualify as the world's worst combover.
Excellent. So I labeled the picture correctly.
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Chuck Norris

Let's hear from you! LOL
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Radio station I used to listen years ago had an interesting high wind warning. They'd sound a siren with someone saying "Toupee alert! Toupee alert!" They'd then say "make sure to use extra glue to keep your rugs from blowing away guys"

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Excellent. So I labeled the picture correctly.
Sorry, didn't notice it had combover on it.

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Chuck should have embraced it like Bruce Willis did. I know some hotties, respectable ones too, that are crazy about Willis and his bald head.

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Its amazing how oblivious toupee' guys are to the way they look. I guess vanity has crossed gender lines. I'm as bald as an egg and I couldn't care. Baldies that are ashamed of their pate, but resist the toupee' thing are frequently wearing very stylish hats. But you can still tell.
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