Saturday, November 8, 2008

Saturday November 8th

The comic:

Is he preparing the corpse for viewing? Okay, I haven't had a haircut in a long time, though my mom just said I needed one this week. Again. She (and Beck) kept that refrain up all damn summer. At one point, it would be my birthday "present". But here it is November and still no haircut.

As for making appointments, shit, if I can't remember the last time I had a haircut, do you think I remember something as stupid as whether we had an appointment? No, wait, I know I got it done in February or March of 2006, and I don't think we had an appointment. It was most likely post-doctor appointment nonsense and I looked FABULOUS.

See, I would be visiting my uncle soon for Spring Break and needed a fancy dress for the ****opera**** and I came home in new shoes, my new dress, with a new haircut and probably highlights. And barbecue from the best damn barbecue place ever. So that was over 2 and a half years ago... hrm...

I'm a chick, I should know these things. Pluggers makes me feel like I'm doing something wrong, so I must be doing something right.

Oh, I just finished watching Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Fuck! I must have that movie, even though Drew Barrymore and Julia Roberts are almost annoying, well, Sam Rockwell is the man. So if this had been about tv, like all the others, then I could have had fun. But no. Fucking hair. They're animals! And/or balding!


Anonymous said...

When you're underemployed/unemployed/retired as most pluggers seem to be, you've got plenty of time to sit around a barber shop for an open chair. This comic should carry the caption: 'Pluggers place no value on their time.'

Kaitlyn said...

For simple country folk, pluggers sure do seem to have an effective PR machine.

We see it as "Pluggers place no value on their time." They'll print a comic saying "Pluggers take time to stop and smell the roses (and non-Pluggers don't even know their kids' names! Because they're eeeeeeeeeevil!)"

Sigma said...

I have to make appointments because the lady who cuts my hair runs the business out of her home. Nothing fancy about it; just helps her run both business and home together.

Anonymous said...

This Dog Grooming/Barber shop is very close to a Dogs-Playing-Poker picture. In spirit, anyway.


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