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Post: #87002 snapdragon
Sat Mar 01, 2008 7:34 pm

I go to the barbers :shock: there's one in the village and one by work and either will do 'ladies dry cut' for £7 - if there's any conversation it's generally about horses or bikes :mrgreen:
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Post: #87007 ina
Sat Mar 01, 2008 7:49 pm

I've never had the guts to ask at a barber's here - but it does always annoy me when in a "mixed" hairdressers' they charge a couple of quid more for exactly the same cut, just because I'm a woman!
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Post: #87062 Millymollymandy
Sun Mar 02, 2008 7:32 am

That does so annoy me too! Not all blokes are bald :mrgreen: some even have a full head of hair that needs cutting all over - and plenty of women just want a trim of long hair - now which is the more complicated/time consuming to cut? :angryfire:

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Post: #87106 ina
Sun Mar 02, 2008 2:22 pm

Mine is as short as any bloke's - well, it's a bit longer at the moment, because I haven't been for a while... But still, lots of guys have a lot thicker and fuller hair than me! Not fair!
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Post: #87182 snapdragon
Sun Mar 02, 2008 10:12 pm

ina wrote:Mine is as short as any bloke's - well, it's a bit longer at the moment, because I haven't been for a while... But still, lots of guys have a lot thicker and fuller hair than me! Not fair!


nod nod - but they do tend to go more often (those that cut their hair that is) so the shearers get more money out of 'em in the long run I guess
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Post: #87184 ina
Sun Mar 02, 2008 10:14 pm

snapdragon wrote:nod nod - but they do tend to go more often (those that cut their hair that is) so the shearers get more money out of 'em in the long run I guess


Maybe I would go more often if it was cheaper? :?
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