Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – The Temptation of a Masochist

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Blunt Hair Studio, Kingston

Blunt Hair Studio, Kingston

I was sorely tempted to go into Blunt Hair Studio last weekend, just to see if they’d say, “Holy shit, you went out in public looking like that? For God’s sake sit down and let us do something with your hair!”

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32 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – The Temptation of a Masochist

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  5. Makes a change from the usual terrible puns you get with hairdressers; Curl up and Dye, A Cut Above the Rest, etc.

    We used to make up stupid shop names for a laugh, we had a whole street of them at one point.
    Cheeses of Nazareth, Helmut’s Helmets, Land of Tope and Dory (fishmonger), you get the idea.

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  7. Or they’ll ask if you let your younger siblings (who had no idea what she was doing, I’m so sorry, Julia…) take some scissors to your beautiful golden hair. (Seriously, sorry, sis…)

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  10. Honestly, if I’m already gonna pay for the shampooing anyway…

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  15. That’s pretty much what my barber says every time when he looks at my beard. At least you look really good in hats 😉

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  18. I wouldn’t mind a photograph to go with this 😀 I cannot quite connect because somehow my hair stays great… Irrespective of how long I have gone without a shearing.

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  20. Can’t repeat, cuz that’s exactly what my beautician says when I show up every 1-3 years, for ‘maintenance trim that evens out bangs I got impatient with and whacked of with rusty butcher knife….” 😀

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