How long does it take to cut a man's hair?
That's not the start of a joke, although you would be forgiven if you assumed everything Hull-related is. It is a real question for Tom Huddlestone, who got his first haircut in two-and-a-half years on Thursday.
Answer: About two hours.
Hull City Official (@hullcityteam) January 2, 2014
Meanwhile, Jake Livermore is either bad at counting or making fun of his teammate and Huddlestone is Don King.
3 hours in, half way there now pic.twitter.com/scuDPwOkTB— Jake Livermore (@29_JL) January 2, 2014
Finally, the haircut was done and Huddlestone was so aerodynamic that he may actually be able to run now.
The Huddlefro began when the midfielder promised not to cut his hair until he scored a goal as part of a fundraiser for Cancer Research UK. He probably didn't bank on it taking more than two years, the product of injures and bad luck, but he did raise £36,000 for charity, while an eBay auction for his hair has reached £3,500 and is still going.
Let the Huddlehawk fly.