If the quarantine has shown us anything, it’s that bored people do some incredibly stupid things, and we say that respectfully. The latest instance of quarantine boredom struck as a woman has gone viral for posting that she applied Gorilla Glue to her scalp in order to keep her hairstyle in place, and will likely have to rock that look forever.
The woman in question posted a TikTok video explaining the desperate measures she went through to secure her style and used the industrial-strength glue instead of the skin-safe wig glue that you can find in almost any hair supply store in the hood.
While we’re not exactly sure why any sane individual could look at Gorilla Glue and go, “hm, sure, I could plug a hole in my boat with this stuff by why not apply it to one of the thinnest areas of skin on my body?’ and not think better of it.
From our vantage point, the woman seems lightning bolt serious about her usage of the product on her scalp but something about this feels like a whole lot of cap too. It wouldn’t be the first time someone pulled a fast one on the Internet in the name of laughs.
As it stands, the woman has been getting ferociously roasted by folks on Twitter who are trying to figure out why in the Sam Hill would anyone put Gorilla Glue on their bare scalp. Haven’t they seen the commercials?
Check out the video of the woman and the reactions below.
This woman put gorilla glue in her hair and now it’s stuck in this one style 😭 pic.twitter.com/521Yv95eYc
— Raven Darkhölme (@LeBlossommm) February 4, 2021
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Omggg this lady with the Gorilla Glue in her hair is giving me anxiety! 😭— Justine Skye (@JustineSkye) February 4, 2021
Gorilla glue’s official TT commented on her page! ☠️ pic.twitter.com/OqZ8pTKIck— Janée (@JaneeMonique808) February 4, 2021
the gorilla glue hair video is stressing me out— season finale (@future_liz) February 4, 2021
Gorilla snot ≠ gorilla glue— Bruja Brat (@BrujaBanton) February 4, 2021
They not even sold in the same part of the store? ☹️
The only Gorilla Glue I care about pic.twitter.com/XkoF5inb9U— ManSitChoAzzDown (@AngryManTV) February 4, 2021
I didn’t even know they made gorilla glue in a spray can?!? pic.twitter.com/LQJA1xT0jg— CallMeUnc (@realmrgame7) February 4, 2021
Sorry to all my work today but I am busy with this Gorilla Glue girl.— roxane gay (@rgay) February 4, 2021
Gorilla glue aside... it look nice 😭😭— cala (@nigglysaurus) February 4, 2021
saw gorilla glue was trending this morning and thought that weed twitter was popping off.... but NOPE 👀 prayers up lol— Blazy Susan (@Blazy_Susan) February 4, 2021
That girl sprayed gorilla glue on her hair. Oh Lord I lift my sister and her scalp up in loving prayer.— Baby Lynch (@babyjoonho) February 4, 2021
Is someone using Gorilla Glue in their hair? pic.twitter.com/gVNOH0Q2Ll— Momba- A Dr. Jill Biden Stan (@TMikaMouse) February 4, 2021
I actually learned that this morning when one of my students came in with a mohawk and he told me that he used gorilla glue for it lol https://t.co/xe859zqjpH— Jack Goff (@iRockFakeShoes) February 4, 2021
I am...— Adrienne MW (aka AG Marie) (@agmarie92) February 4, 2021
So let's pretend that somebody else in the household bought the gglue and she didn't know exactly what it was...
All I want to know is if the gorilla glue was in the bathroom or if she went in the tool box for it 😂— Giovanni 📌 (@20kGambino) February 4, 2021
She need a commercial deal for Gorilla Glue 😭— JP (@longhair3000) February 4, 2021
Damn. I wish I could laugh at the Gorilla glue situation but I genuinely feel bad for this girl. pic.twitter.com/aXUruDCk3M— Stardust𓂀 (@LucipurrVonMars) February 4, 2021
Gorilla glue might need to get in the hair game!!!— And that’s sincerely Ciara. (@CiaraKnowsItAll) February 4, 2021
This gorilla glue hair situation got me stressed... I need to know what happens next.— K. (@callmedoll_face) February 4, 2021