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One-Liner Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 – Ladies


When Alex and I were out for our walk a couple of days ago, we passed a friendly jogger.

“How are you ladies doing?” he asked.

“Fine,” I answered, happy that Alex doesn’t read lips. He’s been bugging me for a hair cut, and that comment would not have helped matters.

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Author: Linda G. Hill

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52 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 – Ladies

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  4. Oh wow! Poor alex, good thing he’s unable to know the jogger called him a girl. 🙂


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  8. Two weeks ago I took the jump and cut off 4 inches. You won’t believe how many comments I received about that. It is not perfect, but it will do for time being.


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  12. I gave my father a haircut and he was quite pleased with it. I was very nervous and watched a few YouTube videos before I began. It was quite a success.
    I have offered my services to the other guys in my family but no one else is brave enough.


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  18. Sounds like you were fortunate Alex was unaware of the comment.


  19. Close call, Linda. Still, that counts as social interaction.

    I’ve been trimming a little, but I think I need my wife’s assistance for the next phase. I’m not going to try working in two mirrors.


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  21. My son is looking pretty shaggy too. He has a beard, though, so he would not be mistaken for a girl! 🙂

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  22. My grandson has an angelic face and they have always kept his hair a little longer than most boys. He has lived with being referred to as being a girl since he was a baby 😳 I can empathize!


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  26. I would not yet draw that comment, Linda G., but I will soon have to choose to either running my newly purchased clippers through my own hair or pass it off to my wife. I did a good job on the beard the first time around, and that four-week task is coming up again next week. That’s the date I’ve set for the hair decision!


  27. Yikes! That comment would not have helped matters indeed! Thanks for running this challenge. Here’s mine:

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  33. My kidults are furloughed or on reduced hours at the moment – it’s given them the oportunity to play hairdresser. Cost Center 1 (daughter) is now sporting bright red long hair and Cost Center 2 (son) has gone from mid-brown to platinum blonde!! Meanwhile, Mr D, not to be outdone, has developed a goatee beard! I’m bucking the trend and doing nothing to my hair! I’m so glad your son missed that comment!!


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