A Simple Trick to Document Composed Functions

I’m learning Functional Programming, and I have found it difficult to read and understand composed functions. I am also worried about readability for others who have not yet studied FP.

var addRow = _.compose(
returnFalse, // 3. Return false to stop event propagation
show, // 2. Show it
getNextHiddenRow // 1. Get the next hidden person
);
$('.addRow').click(addRow);

What do you think? It reinforces the reverse order, and makes the terse point-free style potentially easier to read.

Here are the component functions for reference:

var getNextHiddenRow = function(){
return $('.rows:hidden').first();
};
var show = function($elem){
return $elem.show();
};
var returnFalse = function(){
return false
};