how to do trial and error

It is driver license renewal season again. That means I once again have great power to craft a visage that will be the first impression for authority figures who want to make arguments with me.

As spiderman’s uncle once said, “With great power comes great responsibility.”

I want to use my power for the purpose of good. This is documentation of my latest attempt to do so.

The following is a tested methodology for dying the tip of your hairs white using an approach called “trial and error”.

Step 1: assemble some ingredients.

It is tough to anticipate all needs. Here is a good start.


Step 2: assemble construction aggregates.

Sand and wood are good choices.



Step 3: use a sloped bench table.

This one is designed for doing sit ups at my local outdoor gymnasium.


Step 4: build a trench for holding bleach.

Make sure it is awesome.


Step 5: celebrate successes to date.


Step 6: add hair tips and bleach to trench.


Step 7: pass out.


Step 8: watch rad hand walking by upside down Steffyn and feel inspiration.

Seriously, he was walking on his hands. And then he did a push up while in a handstand.


Step 9: wait a long time in the cold on a bench that now smells like a swimming pool.

My hairs are creating a boiling ooze with the bleach.


Step 10: rinse with one jug of organic water.


Step 11: use a towel.


As indicated at the beginning, this trial only results in error. The tips of my hair did not appreciably change colour.

My resolve is unshaken and soon I will share documentation of my second attempt to use my power for good.

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3 Responses to how to do trial and error

  1. Gibsons Doug says:

    Hydrogen peroxide. That’s the ticket. 2/10; re-do.

  2. Carissa says:

    You can buy this Jerome Russel bleach powder package for $1.99 at Shoppers Drug Mart. My kid dyed his hair black and when it started to grow out and look stupid with blonde roots, we applied this stuff and it turned his black hair tips red. Very cool affect.

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