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"Fuck You!" - Russell Westbrook Is All Of Us When It Come To Our Quarantine Hair

You know, for a wide variety of reasons I never really considered that myself and Russell Westbrook had all that much in common. Mostly because he can do shit like this

and is spending his quarantine working out relentlessly 

instead of destroying bags of Peanut Butter M&Ms and Reese's cups like a certain blogger has been known to be doing. But you know what we can all relate to? Our hair being fucked up during this shitshow of a world we're living in right now. I feel like we all just made an agreement that everyone is going to look like shit for the foreseeable future. It's not like you're going anywhere or seeing anybody so taking care of your hair is the last thing you need to worry about right now. Whether you need a lineup or whatever, we all look ridiculous. Perhaps you took matters into your own hands and cut your own hair, maybe gave yourself a buzzcut so you wouldn't have to deal with it and you look a little silly. Maybe you're letting it grow out with your beard and you look like some sort of sleazy sexual predator. Point is, we all have the same reaction as Russ whenever someone wants to comment on our quarantine hair.

Hey guy, it's a goddamn pandemic out there we can't be worrying about how fresh we look. Pretty sure my TV doesn't give a shit about what my hair looks like. This is something that we as a society have all agreed to simply overlook. Chances are Russ knows he needs a haircut, he knows he looks like shit, but he also is not someone who I would troll at a time like this. You or I probably laugh this off, but Russ? No chance he lets that dig slide. He meant every syllable of that "fuck you". RIPIP to that dude.

So please, don't hair shame anyone during this time. We all know it stinks. We all know we look awful and at the very best have some sort of jacked up home cut. It's not all that great at the moment and there's no need to rub it in.