New Scientist thinks so. You read and decide. It is free:
It sounds like the stuff of nightmares: feed a black hole, and it might just sprout hair. That’s the bizarre-sounding conclusion of calculations for the way black holes behave when they consume matter. Though the hair is metaphorical, the results could open a window into physics beyond the traditional picture of the universe.
Look, we were gonna do a cobra frite last Friday, but the dam cobra ended up on somebody’s endangered species list and got himself impounded and didn’t show up until yesterday when he made us find him sixteen grasshoppers, so we were busy. So this black hole frite will have to do.
Hey, wait a minute, you really NEED a cobra frite?