Man ridiculed because of his hair - "looks like gem and bread".
The evolution of haircuts or hairstyles had to be the greatest forms of history. Yearly, if not monthly, people come up with different styles for their hair, and now that color can be transformed, many individuals go all in by experimenting different colors on their natural hairs by the usage of chemicals such as dyes.
The below picture is of a South African individual who tried an unusual combination of colors into his hair that made him a total joke.
An analogy between his hair and a "slice of bread with jam" was made. This was most probably because of the visible colors on his hair.
Most people agreed to this analogy and thought it was accurate. Some mentioned that a cup of coffee was missing and he was given the name "Mr Albany".
Images - Twitter (@danielmarven)
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