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RE: OPEN ALL HOURS - 399
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Mind you Volty, the barber can keep on expecting you to answer useless questions , while that might not be very easy at the dentist, with his hand . a mirror , washing tube and drill stuffed down your throat.
, Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:23 pm
Men's hairdressers have changed drastically over the last few years. I used to get the men giving it all the usual spiel "what did you think of the match" and "Been anywhere nice this year" or "going out tonight are you". Now I get women asking the same questions.
The mere fact that women have entered in to the men hairdressing game annoys me. Sorry if you think that is sexist but I don't think they have a clue how to cut mens hair. So I sit and suffer not in silence I might add because if I think they are going about things in the wrong way I soon let them know.
You probably think why don't I go somewhere else, but why should I, I have been using the same shop for forty years now and I have seen many new owners out as I have no doubt I will these.
afternoon all....well i didnt get round to cutting the grass as i had to clear up after we had insulating done to the house...the noisy messy sort where they drill holes in the walls....bits of brick and brick dust everywhere so a good sweep and got the hose out to wash down...will do the grass tomorrow as i really dont want to over do it at my age...
hi i had that done to my house a couple of years ago and yes, what a mess but it really does work. the window cleaner has been today and closed all the upstairs windows and it is really stifling in here. the sky is very dark and looks heavy with rain.
must try and cut my lawns too and put the rest of the pansies out.
got my grandson (16thmnth) on thursday from 7.30 in morning, so i shall be shattered the next couple of days.
hi mandy..a 16 month old will be upto everything...ive been through it four time myself lol...ive got 5 hanging baskets to plant with winter pansies..will do them in a couple of weeks time..just brightens it up a bit...