Talking During Haircuts


BGOBGAI! Quickie:

haircut1             There should be some sort of manual issued to us all when we are born. A manual that dictates proper etiquette during potentially awkward situations. For instance, should it be required to speak with a barber during a haircut? It seems to me that a person holding an electric razor and scissors should have one hundred percent of their attention directed to the task at hand, and not to completely unnecessary pleasantries.

I don’t mind telling you that making idle small talk is not one of my fortes. So if I had an instructional guide that would allow me to know when chit chat is required, I’d know to prepare something. And don’t even get me started with massages. That’s just a big ‘ol chunk of oogie!

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Published by Alan Reese

Greetings blog wanderers and seekers of truth, or whatever truth appears to be from the mind of a warped individual. You have reached the inner sanctum of some guy named Alan. Having graduated college sometime shortly after the Earth cooled, he finds himself in his late 30's and working out in the real world. His humor is dry and his outlook not so serious and somehow has picked up the nasty habit of writing about himself in the third person. He is married with child and loves his family, sports and, of course, his beloved video games...likelihood of his growing up? Not good. Are you an established site or magazine looking for a writer? Drop me a line if you are interested.

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