Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Chapter 10, Page 10 A trim doesn't count

There are hair cuts and there are hair cuts.

Yeah, apparently a parent cutting your hair doesn't count as getting a hair cut. Whatever.

Sorry for the delay, I will try to get this sequence uploaded before the weekend.

6 comments:

Brian, aka Aluwir, aka Norski said...

I think we puzzle some folks. Astonish others, and shock a few.

I can live with that.

Brigid said...

@Dad: Definitely. For one thing, our way of doing things tends to be cheaper. (Have you *seen* what a professional haircut *costs?!?*)

Dan (Croatoan 5376@Yahoo.com) said...

Haircut = cost = a lot.

And that's just a bare bones, no-frills, basic mens' cut. Couldn't be any less fancy unless I were to shave my head clean (which I can't quite bring myself to do). But it's still far from cheap. And that's not including the tip.

And this installment is driving me crazy; for the life of me, I can't figure out who, but Mary's cousin reminds me of someone...

Brigid said...

@Dan: I suspect we all know someone like this. What I want to know is how these people can justify charging that much to cut hair!

Rollo said...

This wouldn't have anything to do with the New Zealand board game "Cathedral" would it?

Brigid said...

@Rollo: The game is called Cathedral, but I was not aware of its country of origin.