It’s not just what’s on top!
Its a mental release
What’s Underneath your wig?
For the purpose of this site it is important to note and be clear that the wigs here are not about hair: attachments, replacements, partials, full cap or lace front wigs. These wigs are universal, unisex and uniquely tailored at all ages. These wigs do not cover but they expose. Different gigs for different wigs. They are worn for fashion and beauty protection and fun. They are: visible and invisible; large and small; quiet and loud. Wigs are not just what’s on top covering your Hair they are emotional and or verbal expressions of excitement, joy, passion or pain.
Wigs compliment and condemn, they can evoke laughter and joy or tears of pain. What’s underneath them provokes feelings of rage and initiate ranting.
Wigging out allows what’s really underneath to be expressed. Expose yourself, snatch your own wig, go bald. What’s really under your wig? Is it excitement, passion or pain? What is it that really drives you insane? http://www.word-detective.com/2012/04/wigging-out/
Ricky Dillon explained wig very well in response to a tweet. In his reply on March 10th 2018, he said “Its basically like you’re shook. Like something exciting or crazy just happened that made you so shocked that your wig flew off so in short: wig!
UK old-fashioned informal to speak angrily to someone because you disapprove of what they have said or done: Give someone a piece of one’s mind, scold, chastise, berate, castigate, rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove, admonish, lecture, criticize. (Definition of wig from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)