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Tue, Jul. 15th, 2008 | 12:56 pm  slavezombie


Rigor mortis haircut
slavezombie


It's been several weeks now since I entered the place pictured above and asked for a trim. I specifically asked not to be given a haircut and whether they can just cut off the tips to balance the whole long hair thing I'm trying for lately. Here is a description of the way my haircut ensued.

After my hair was washed, I took my seat and the butcher who was assigned to me fitted me with a cloth to protect my clothes. Then she asked what do you want done to your hair? and she lifted a strand, stetching it out as if static electricity might cause one's hair to stretch outward. She held it with one hand and the scissors with the other and asked me to calculate where exactly she should cut. This was after I had already described my desire for a trim with no more than an inch to be cut.


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fluffyblanket

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from: fluffyblanket
date: Wed, Jul. 16, 2008 05:02 am (UTC)
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Sorry about my eccentric friend donaldodonovan's continuing state of incommunicado . He's keen to get in touch with you but can't figure out how to leave a comment . Apparently it wasn't included on his Eng.Lit. M.A. course at Berkeley .
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http://donaldodonovan.livejournal.com/profile

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Bier de Stone

The unstoppable D.O.

from: slavezombie
date: Wed, Jul. 16, 2008 01:03 pm (UTC)
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donaldodonovan and I have been in touch with each other for some time now. I guess you could say he's familiarizing himself with this lj thing called blogging. We're very good virtual friends and I've introduced him to a community I'm lurking myself called brigits_flame. Everybody's always said to be leery of entering writing contests, but this one is free of charge and it seems very light hearted in a professional way. I'm anxious to submit a page of screenwriting just to see how it is accepted by the folks contributing their expertise. Thanks for pointing him my way! he's great fun to chatter with and his undying will to obtain readership is inspiring.

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