A few months ago there was a video on worldstarhiphop.com about using yeast infection cream as a way to grow your hair. Since everyone said it worked it seemed like it would be worth a try. Sure enough people weren't lying. The only downside was it makes some people's hair dry so you still have to be careful. If you don't believe me or haven't seen any of the videos that were on the news or youtube. Here's some clips at the top of the page.
People might not always noticed this, but if you disect the way people react to beauty you'll notice that attractive people are moved privileged than we think. There was a video clip on worldstarhiphop.com where they did a social experiment with an actress playing the role of an attractive woman and an unacttractive woman. When she was dressed up and looking sexy she was able to get free food and drinks without hesitation, but when she played the part of the ugly girl she was charged more with the food and drinks that she purchased. That is pretty pethetic to treat someone that way. Anther perfect example is the Debra Lafave case who was the real pretty blonde girl that committed adultery with one of her 14-year old students and she was 24 at the time. One of the people in the court room said "she was too pretty for jail" as silly as that sounds she was able to get off because her looks saved her. If she was a minority and unattractive you can pretty much forget it because she would've been in jail quicker than she could spell it. So if you really pay attention to society's view of people you can see how picky they are and the sound part is nobody seems to want to changed it especially since it is such a distraction.