Thursday, December 28, 2006

Reasons Not to Get a Haircut Today

At least once, we’ve all come out of the hair salon wishing we had not gone in. Here are some really good reasons to cancel your hair appointment or walk out if you are a walk-in. Run, run, I say, out the door and don’t look back.

1. If your hairdresser says, “My four kids all came home with blotchy red spots and now I have it. Do you know what this rash is?”

2. If your hairdresser says, “That rotten ex-husband of mine is a real b - - - - - d. I could just kill him!”

3. If your hairdresser says, “It will only take a minute to rinse out your shamp…. , ooh, yuck, what is that stuff in the drain?!”

4. If your hairdresser says, “I knew I shouldn’t have had that last drink at the party. What a hangover I’ve got this morning."

5. If your hairdresser says, “Hey, look how big a bubble I can blow with this new gum!”

6. If your hairdresser says, “Do you smell smoke?”

7. If you hairdresser says, “Do I smell like I’ve been smoking pot?”

8. If you hairdresser says, “Hey, do you know where I can score some more pot?”

9. If your hairdresser says, “You’re not a cop, are you?”

10. If you hairdresser says, “Uh, you did want it really short in the back, right?”

11. If your hairdresser says, “Oh, I thought you meant bright red, not auburn.”

12: If your hairdresser says, “Dropped the comb, but don’t worry, the floor is clean.”

13. If your hairdresser says, “AAAAAAAHHHHHHCCCCCHHHHOOOOO!”

14. If your hairdresser says, “Gotta hurry, I got a hot date.”

15. If your hairdresser says, “OOPS!”

© Copyright 2006 Suzzwords

4 comments:

  1. Happy New Year Suzz,
    and thank you for the nice remarks on my blog.

    I guess Florida weather is a lot like Queensland? Beautiful one day - Perfect the next - they say!

    We do live a lot 'outdoors' - beach beauties and barbecues.

    :-)
    Della

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  2. Anonymous5:08 PM

    You can add to the list; "remember me? I worked in the Walmart film developing dept." Worst haircut I ever had!!!

    LOVEm

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  3. p. mona6:23 AM

    When I sit in the chair and the apron is put over me to catch the cut hair, I think my hair senses what is about to happen. Sometimes I feel it relax and cooperate, other times it tenses up as if it already knows a disaster is about to happen. I really should listen to my hair more....and run out the door.

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  4. ROFL!

    I blogged about this very thing, but it was a specific experience: http://www.livejournal.com/users/trinapink/53136.html.

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