Ten hours ago, Brian May tweeted a teaser image (the back of the head of a grey permed poodle, apparently), with the text "Brian talks soon".
Any ideas of what he will talk about? And how soon is soon?
See it at: link
I don't believe he'll cut his hair; he hasn't really got any reason to, and a few good reasons not to. Imagine how it'd feel - after forty five years of having a huge head of hair, suddenly your head would feel so weightless and unpleasantly exposed. His hair looks better than it has for a long time at the moment, too.
please Brian with silver hair looks awful.
He could of dyed it back to its original colour!
Not everyone relies on insecurities associated with vanity!
Dying hair as you age always looks ridiculous....
My wife bought me some 'Just For Men' years ago as I started to have tinges of grey - It went in the bin cause I'm not so shallow to need to try to look younger.
I just know guys..
Very few people around him are on vacations in Croatia.
They told me lots of stuff witch I dont want to share with you.
You are just not ready as your posts agaobst me.
So cheers my friends forget what I said.
Now I see what gerry means by his posts.
He is dye hard fan that nothing gets to Queen 1971-1991
I understand him but I think he is just dissapointed how Queen was active with boy bands and american idols. I understand him in that way.
But if someone wants to age in his own way,let it be gerry,let it be.
tomchristie sorry I didnt understand it..can you repeat post on english(sorry just for the word pan). ;)
You meant "die hard fan". Instead you wrote "dye" by mistake which is sort of reference to Gerry's post about Brian dyeing his hair dark again.
As for pun -
"A joke exploiting the different possible meanings of a word or the fact that there are words which sound alike but have different meanings.
synonyms:play on words, wordplay, double entendre, double meaning, innuendo,witticism, quip;"
Talking of English, this one's for Gerry - it's "could have", and not "could of".
You're mistaking the sound of "could've" for "could of", but it's not.
Not a swipe - more of a side discussion if anyone would like to explain - but I have, through the years, noted that this mistake is common mainly among people in Northern England. Why? Is it because of the accent, and you think that's also how it should be written?
This year the Doctor has given us a successful U.S.tour with a European follow up to come; a brand new Freddie track, the Jacko collaboration and a reworked track; oh, and a little thing called Live At the Fucking Rainbow.
He has earned his right to do some badger and stereoscopy stuff. Haha :)