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#771703 - 04/17/05 02:26 PM Men only  
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What do you people think of female barbers?

I entered a commoners' barber shop and found a women cutting a man's hair. I felt extremely uncomfortable and discreetly walked out.

How can there be female barbers? How can a man be comfortable with a women trimming his beard? Isn't a female wielding a razor obscene?

I called a private barber, and while he was trimming my beard, I asked him about this subject. He replied, "that's would be the equivalent to a male sanitary napkin salesman." I agreed.

My wife commented that only females tend to her hair.

What do you people think?

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#771704 - 04/17/05 02:28 PM Re: Men only  
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:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

#771705 - 04/17/05 02:34 PM Re: Men only  
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I once when I was but a lowly stockbroker (institutional mortage backed) had my hair cut by a topless female barber.

It was an enjoyable experience. smile

#771706 - 04/17/05 02:37 PM Re: Men only  
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When it comes to female barbers, there's no such thing as too much off the top.


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#771707 - 04/17/05 02:39 PM Re: Men only  
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What's the big deal with male vs. female when it comes to a haircut?

I don't need a barber because I don't have a beard. The only time YOU should be troubled by a female wielding a razor would be if you'd made her mad and she had PMS.


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#771708 - 04/17/05 02:43 PM Re: Men only  
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How can a man be comfortable with a women trimming his beard? Isn't a female wielding a razor obscene?
Somehow this is how I always pictured you----

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#771709 - 04/17/05 02:44 PM Re: Men only  
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Me thinks you've got too much time on your hands...!
But, since you're talkin' hair and since the weather is nice, I've left my clippers in the barn. I cut my hair (buzz it) right in the alley-way. In another month, I'll be using size 40 blades. laugh

While in Japan last June and feelin' a little shaggy, I stopped at a barbershop. It started with a head and shoulder massage from the wife. This was followed by having my head washed. I then chose the blade size that I wanted. After the cut, came a hot towel and then a cold one. Then we visited and had hot tea, while they practiced their English. smile I was charged 3000 yen and gave them 4000.


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#771710 - 04/17/05 02:46 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by yhabpo:
What do you people think of female barbers?

I entered a commoners' barber shop and found a women cutting a man's hair. I felt extremely uncomfortable and discreetly walked out.

How can there be female barbers? How can a man be comfortable with a women trimming his beard? Isn't a female wielding a razor obscene?

I called a private barber, and while he was trimming my beard, I asked him about this subject. He replied, "that's would be the equivalent to a male sanitary napkin salesman." I agreed.

My wife commented that only females tend to her hair.

What do you people think?
I don't have a comment or a question yhabpo. I just wanted to use the bold function and archive this so I could show it to my husband when he gets home ....

#771711 - 04/17/05 02:47 PM Re: Men only  
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That post was odd, comical, unusual, thoughtful and so far out that Yhabpo I have to say that I just don't understand you sometimes...

I love to cut hair... I can understand your unease... It is kind of intimate isn't it..? I always thought I'd be an excellent hairdresser, but I really don't like the smell of people, and I guess I wouldn't want to cut a man's hair I wasn't related to because of that 'personal space' issue.

Thanks for posing the question.


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#771712 - 04/17/05 02:50 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by Eldon:

But, since you're talkin' hair and since the weather is nice, I've left my clippers in the barn. I cut my hair (buzz it) right in the alley-way. In another month, I'll be using size 40 blades. laugh
Yea, I pretty much cut my own hair, too. I think the topless barber was the last time I went to one. I have brown curley/wavey hair and when it gets too long I just cut some off.

Always looks good--or at least no one has ever complained.

#771713 - 04/17/05 02:53 PM Re: Men only  
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What's the big deal with male vs. female when it comes to a haircut?

I don't need a barber because I don't have a beard. The only time YOU should be troubled by a female wielding a razor would be if you'd made her mad and she had PMS.
The only problem is that we men often don't know that we have made her mad until she is already mad (or why she is mad -- even after she tells us) and we aren't that good at knowing when she has PMS! wink

#771714 - 04/17/05 02:54 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by yhabpo:


What do you people think of female barbers?

I entered a commoners' barber shop and found a women cutting a man's hair. I felt extremely uncomfortable and discreetly walked out.

This commoner has a lady barber from Viet Nam. She does a very good job at a reasonable price.

I'm glad you discreetly left the premises without issuing a Fatwa.


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#771715 - 04/17/05 02:54 PM Re: Men only  
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I have brown curley/wavey hair and when it gets too long I just cut some off.
that is really a cute statement.. so simple minded and yet direct.. it gives me pause to ponder.. it makes my mind wonder...

You know, there are trillions of follicles on this earth that are constantly growing hair; you'd think they'd find a way to make clothes out of it, or something useful.


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#771716 - 04/17/05 03:00 PM Re: Men only  
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My father used to spin our retriever's hair into the yarn he used to weave rugs. Seriously. There was SOOOO much of it, and it was as soft as angora.

#771717 - 04/17/05 03:02 PM Re: Men only  
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The long hair men wore in the early 70s used to drive my ultra conservative father nuts. He would mutter about "why do they all want to look like disciples?" and so on.

As a response to these mutterings, I developed my own ridiculous theory. I told him that the general belief among young people was that the hair was taking up too much space in their heads and they needed to let it grow long so the weight would keep it pulled and give brain cells a chance to expand.

The funny thing was I think he actually believed I was telling him the truth.


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#771718 - 04/17/05 03:04 PM Re: Men only  
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I actually prefer having a male stylist. Not necessarily because they do a better job (my current stylist is female, and she's amazing) but because men tend to give lovely head massages during the wash. Of course, I'm sure a lot of female stylists do as well, but the men seem to be more thorough. I'd expect many female stylists are more thorough when they are cutting men's hair, but I suppose I wouldn't know.


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#771719 - 04/17/05 03:05 PM Re: Men only  
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#771720 - 04/17/05 03:21 PM Re: Men only  
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We have some biker neighbors and the woman, a 53 yr. old tough chic.. (she's got a 20,000 dollar bike and lives in a shoebox) never cut her hair.. She had a butch in front and a braid in back that almost reached her knees .

Anyway she just cut it off and donated it to women with cancer.

Our school had a kid undergoing chemo and EVERYONE, male and female in the class shaved their head one day as a show of solidarity. The girls cried many tears during a little award presentation..


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#771721 - 04/17/05 03:33 PM Re: Men only  
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yby: "I called a private barber"

Where I come from this is a fancy word for charging way to much for cutting some hair. Just some friendly advice. smile

#771722 - 04/17/05 03:34 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by yhabpo:
What do you people think of female barbers?

I entered a commoners' barber shop and found a women cutting a man's hair. I felt extremely uncomfortable and discreetly walked out.

How can there be female barbers? How can a man be comfortable with a women trimming his beard? Isn't a female wielding a razor obscene?

I called a private barber, and while he was trimming my beard, I asked him about this subject. He replied, "that's would be the equivalent to a male sanitary napkin salesman." I agreed.

My wife commented that only females tend to her hair.

What do you people think?
This is a joke, right?


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#771723 - 04/17/05 03:36 PM Re: Men only  
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Unless people use their genitals to cut hair, the cutter's gender is not relevant.

Unless, of course, the customer has issues.

. . . Hmmm
Now I am visualizing each gender trying to hold the scissors with. . . . Oh never mind.

#771724 - 04/17/05 03:38 PM Re: Men only  
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Yhabpo,

If you were injured in a car accident, would you have a problem with a female surgeon operating on you? Or if a transfusion was necessary, would you object to receiving a woman's blood? These women would be saving your life.

If a woman can perform surgery, why not cut hair?

K

#771725 - 04/17/05 03:52 PM Re: Men only  
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If you were injured in a car accident, would you have a problem with a female surgeon operating on you? Or if a transfusion was necessary, would you object to receiving a woman's blood?
I'd have no trouble with either of those two and I have never indicated that it would be so.
The problem isn't so much as cutting hair, but concerns facial hair. No man should see a women mending facial hair.

Should men sell brassieres? Should they fit them too? Some things are strictly gender specific.

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Where I come from this is a fancy word for charging way to much for cutting some hair.
He comes with his equipment in a bag, we pick a chair, and he cuts my hair in the privacy of my home. It's not fancy, nor is it expensive.

#771726 - 04/17/05 03:55 PM Re: Men only  
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These days I have my hair cut every three years, not at a barber, at a great clips. I've been doing this for about 20 years now. Prior to that I used to go to a barber.

I wouldn't be comfortable with a female barber. I'm perfectly comfortable with a female hairstylist. A barbershop is like a club, where men talk about things they wouldn't discuss with their spouse. It's a very macho thing. Plus you can smoke at some barbershops if you're the smoking type.


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#771727 - 04/17/05 03:57 PM Re: Men only  
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So he arrives with sheep shears and a mixing bowl. I guess it would be cheap.


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#771728 - 04/17/05 03:58 PM Re: Men only  
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Actually
Today for the first time ever a non-professional cut my hair.
I bought a cutter at Costco and my SO will do it from now on.

I don't even tip him.

#771729 - 04/17/05 04:01 PM Re: Men only  
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In medical school I had a huge crush on the gorgeous woman that cut my hair. I'd get nervous before going in for the haircut. Sweaty palms and all. First she'd shampoo my hair. She'd massage my scalp in a way that would almost make me pass out. Then she would gently dry my hair with a towel. Through all of this, I'd be right up near her breasts as she made small talk. Her perfume drove me crazy. Just a hint of the most passionate of scents...
Then she'd start cutting my hair...her breasts right there the entire time.
By the time she asked me if I was satisfied with the haircut well, frankly, she could have scalped me and I'd have said "HE** yes" as the drool ran down my chin...


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YHAP, are you for real? What in tarnation is a commoner's barber?

A man selling sanitary napkins? Like the checkout guy at Walmart? Hate to break it to you, but if you live on this continent, it happens all the time. :rolleyes:

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This is a something that honestly had never occured to me as being a problem for anyone.


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#771732 - 04/17/05 04:04 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by johnmoonlight:
In medical school I had a huge crush on the gorgeous woman that cut my hair. I'd get nervous before going in for the haircut. Sweaty palms and all. First she'd shampoo my hair. She'd massage my scalp in a way that would almost make me pass out. Then she would gently dry my hair with a towel. Through all of this, I'd be right up near her breasts as she made small talk. Her perfume drove me crazy. Just a hint of the most passionate of scents...
Then she'd start cutting my hair...her breasts right there the entire time.
By the time she asked me if I was satisfied with the haircut well, frankly, she could have scalped me and I'd have said "HE** yes" as the drool ran down my chin...
Moderator?

Family Forum.

Oh not gay, so okay.

Sorry.

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Please censor me, please!!! I'm an adrenaline junkie and this would be the ultimate of thrills.
OK, so I've had a few beers.


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#771734 - 04/17/05 04:08 PM Re: Men only  
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I remember getting a haircut from this cute guy.
His pants showed a bulge.
It drove me crazy.


Okay moderators.

So, is Johnmoonlight's talk about her breasts or my post about an unnamed bulge in his pants obscene?

Straight or gay?

Double standards, here we come again.

What kind of "family forum" do we want here folks?

#771735 - 04/17/05 04:12 PM Re: Men only  
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Kenny, I don't think the moderator will step in unless you start a new thread to "name that bulge" . laugh

hey... it MIGHT be about that 1944 Christmas battle.

Bob

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Oh bulge!

I though you said he had a bugle in his pants! laugh

#771737 - 04/17/05 04:13 PM Re: Men only  
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Between johnmoonlight's and Tom's posts, I have been correct to discern a sexual connotation to female barbers. Another support for my claim is that a "barbershop" for men but staffed only by women is usually a bordello.

I'm glad some people here has agreed with me. I'll consider my encounter as an unfortunate occurrence. I won't shy away from "public" barbershops.

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Yah,

What's the difference between a woman cutting your hair and cutting your beard?

Do you feel one is different than the other.

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I want to be spanked sooooo badly...pleeeeease!
Should I be more naughty or do you think this qualifies Kenny?


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Bent out of shape from society's pliers
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That he's in.
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I want to be spanked sooooo badly...pleeeeease!
Should I be more naughty or do you think this qualifies Kenny?
Excellent bit of scarcasm, Johnny. thumb smile

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Women have hair, but not beards.

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I want to be spanked sooooo badly...pleeeeease!
Should I be more naughty or do you think this qualifies Kenny?
John post your sexual fantacies here.
I don't care.

Just let me post mine, and get a bunch of my buddies to egg me on with out being insulted for what comes natural to me.

Equality.
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Originally posted by kenny:
just let me post mine, and get a bunch of my buddies to egg me on with out being insulted for what comes natural to me.

Equality.
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OK, just to warn you...I spank pretty hard.


While one who sings with his tongue on fire
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Now I understand the annoyance of having the thread subject diverted. (Especially when the diversion is, yet again, homosexuality)

Although I believe my plight is more important than that of a homosexual, I'm sensible now that I should stick closely to the subject instead of furthering my political agenda. I apologize to the participants of the Canadian election thread.

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In medical school I had a huge crush on the gorgeous woman that cut my hair. I'd get nervous before going in for the haircut. Sweaty palms and all. First she'd shampoo my hair. She'd massage my scalp in a way that would almost make me pass out. Then she would gently dry my hair with a towel. Through all of this, I'd be right up near her breasts as she made small talk. Her perfume drove me crazy. Just a hint of the most passionate of scents...
Then she'd start cutting my hair...her breasts right there the entire time.
By the time she asked me if I was satisfied with the haircut well, frankly, she could have scalped me and I'd have said "HE** yes" as the drool ran down my chin...
Well really .... To think I spent 7 yrs in university, wore those hideous white hose, and worked those 12 hr nights ... WHEN I COULD'VE SIMPLY WASHED MY BELOVED'S HAIR ....

**SMACKS HEAD** ... What WAS I thinking ??? laugh laugh

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[Well really .... To think I spent 7 yrs in university, wore those hideous white hose, and worked those 12 hr nights ... WHEN I COULD'VE SIMPLY WASHED MY BELOVED'S HAIR ....

**SMACKS HEAD** ... What WAS I thinking ??? laugh laugh [/QB][/QUOTE]

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While one who sings with his tongue on fire
Gargles in the rat race choir
Bent out of shape from society's pliers
Cares not to come up any higher
But rather get you down in the hole
That he's in.
#771747 - 04/17/05 04:40 PM Re: Men only  
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I SHOULD BE SPANKED !! >> laugh

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Yhabpo - you now can know what the commoners think of in this country. They ARE base.

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Now I understand the annoyance of having the thread subject diverted. (Especially when the diversion is, yet again, homosexuality)
Might as well get used to it, it happens all the time.


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[b] Now I understand the annoyance of having the thread subject diverted. (Especially when the diversion is, yet again, homosexuality)
Might as well get used to it, it happens all the time. [/b]
Gag me.

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Women have hair, but not beards.
Well, some women...


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#771752 - 04/17/05 05:07 PM Re: Men only  
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Cripes, it's not like they're shaving your cookies. Although, maybe to you it is like they are.


Better to light one small candle than to curse the %&#$@#! darkness. :t:
#771753 - 04/17/05 05:08 PM Re: Men only  
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Alas, equality is just a myth. frown
In the context of gay marriage equality is not an appropriate term simply because men are not women. Trying to prove they are equal is foolish since it is so obvious they are different. A marriage is a mingling of sexes, a promise of mating.

#771754 - 04/17/05 05:10 PM Re: Men only  
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He comes with his equipment in a bag, we pick a chair, and he cuts my hair in the privacy of my home.
Am I the only one who is getting a flash of the scene in "The Last Emperor" where they cast out the eunuchs? eek eek

#771755 - 04/17/05 05:14 PM Re: Men only  
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I let that slide Nina b/c the rest was sooo funny ...
It's almost like he's trying to have a sense of humour smile laugh

#771756 - 04/17/05 05:17 PM Re: Men only  
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I want to believe YHAP is real, but I AM having a real hard time. Anybody have any fairy dust handy?

#771757 - 04/17/05 05:23 PM Re: Men only  
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Apparently, people don't heed subject lines.

Kathyk,
Didn't we agree to call me either as "yha" or "yah"? Jeffrey's preference, "yby", isn't annoying since "yby" cannot be pronounced.

JBryan,
Among men, metaphors for the male genitalia are inappropriate and unnecessary.

#771758 - 04/17/05 05:27 PM Re: Men only  
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Call me Ishmael, Call me Yhabpo, Call me Allen... Does anyone remember that comedy line.. boy it was funny.

Yhabpo... Although your name is hard to type and pronounce, you are beginning to grow on me. I hope you don't find that offensive.


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#771759 - 04/17/05 05:55 PM Re: Men only  
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Just for the record: "yby" is pronounced like "yibbie" Two syllables. Accent on the first syllable.

Again, I think you are paying way too much attention to getting your hair cut. Didn't we just have an anti-metrosexual thread recently?

#771760 - 04/17/05 06:44 PM Re: Men only  
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Yhabpo, are you of Saudi descent?


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#771761 - 04/17/05 06:50 PM Re: Men only  
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Hubby, son and I had all of our hairs cut yesterday by the same female stylist. We made it a family affair. What's the big deal? As long as I get a good cut, gender makes no difference to me and hubby prefers a woman's touch. Yahoo what have you been drinking lately? :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

#771762 - 04/17/05 07:07 PM Re: Men only  
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I have been going to the same hispanic lady barber for over 25 years now. She is in her early 80's, I think, but doesn't look it. I always get compliments about my hair.


RickG
#771763 - 04/17/05 07:39 PM Re: Men only  
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Originally posted by Guy D':
Yhabpo - you now can know what the commoners think of in this country. They ARE base.
"They"?????

And who do you think *you* are - Prince Charles?


I think this thread is a hoot. It removes all doubt as to whether or not Yapababoon is an idiot. I don't think a woman should have to shave you either, Yapababoon. Since it is obvious that you don't know which end is up, she might shave the wrong end - and that would be an insult to a woman......


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#771764 - 04/17/05 07:44 PM Re: Men only  
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just as an aside, i dont know any female urologists, but alot of male gynecologists.

and proctologists come in all shapes sizes and genders...

so ,maybe some occupations are gender specific (not hair cutting but others...) and others not.


"I don't know much about classical music. For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg did on their wedding night." Woody Allen
#771765 - 04/17/05 07:57 PM Re: Men only  
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No man should see a women mending facial hair.
one of the great quotes of the year.


"I don't know much about classical music. For years I thought the Goldberg Variations were something Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg did on their wedding night." Woody Allen
#771766 - 04/18/05 01:17 AM Re: Men only  
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What a hoot!

Next thing you know, women will be filling prescriptions for Viagra and selling condoms!

We must put an end to transgender services in this country!

#771767 - 04/18/05 03:34 AM Re: Men only  
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We now have diaper changing tables in men's bathrooms now in California.

Is this only in blue states?

#771768 - 04/18/05 04:28 AM Re: Men only  
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We've had them little Murphy-changers in Kansas for almost 10 years, Kenny.


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#771769 - 04/18/05 04:29 AM Re: Men only  
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We now have diaper changing tables in men's bathrooms now in California.

Is this only in blue states?
Yes. Men in the red states don't wear diapers.........


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#771770 - 04/18/05 04:36 AM Re: Men only  
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Eventually, we all wear diapers. frown

#771771 - 04/18/05 05:20 AM Re: Men only  
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Parents today are so spoiled.

They even have diaper changing tables on airplanes now. I remember changing my oldest by balancing her on a changing pad lying across the toilet lid.

Traveling by covered wagon would have been easier.

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I remember folding thousands of cloth diapers weekly.. After cleaning them out in the toilet, we'd soak them in Diaper Soft - then wash them with bleach and hot water.

I folded 3 or 4 loads a week for a decade (at least it seemed that intensive). I wouldn't have minded, but it seemed that I always had to change the baby too.


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See. THIS is the kind of thread I am going to miss when the Coffee Room goes away. I woke up and felt like crying, and now I'm crying because I'm laughing so hard.

laugh laugh laugh

smile Jodi

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Ain't it true Jodi.
We may all love piano but we're people too !

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So he arrives with sheep shears and a mixing bowl. I guess it would be cheap.
My silly older son once used the dog clippers to give himself a funky, shaved sides cut.

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There's a new coffee room already ready for you. Check the "changes" thread.


Life isn't measured by the breaths you take. Life is measured by the things that left you breathless
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Life isn't measured by the breaths you take. Life is measured by the things that left you breathless
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I luv ya Larry ... You do know this. smile

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