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originally posted by: skunkape23
When I was a kid I used to go to Doc's Barbershop and pay a couple of bucks for a "boy's haircut" once a year.
It was basically a high and tight. It was the annual summer cut.
When I came back the next summer he would tell me I was starting to look like a girl.
By the time school pictures rolled around my hair was just about right.
This chick sounds like she's just trying to make a stink. Unless she wants a "boy's haircut."
Nothing wrong with that I suppose. I wonder if she coaches a t-ball team and drives a mini-truck.
As of present, I haven't had a haircut in probably 15 years or so. I have dreadlocks half way to my ass.
When and if I decide to get my haircut, I'll probably hit a barber shop just to see the looks I get.
The main difference between the two types of haircutters is that barbers are typically trained to cut shorter, traditional haircuts for men while salon stylists are trained to cut longer, fuller men's styles. A barber's primary focus is cutting men's hair.
Conversely, a salon stylist receives more training in the art of styling hair for women.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: Kandinsky
Agreed. Haven't got a hair cut in a while but would say a beer while getting one wouldn't be bad.
Feel like it would be hard to drink tho at some points and it not interfere with the cut.
originally posted by: CX
Must admit, i usualy go to a barbers to get my hair cut, not to hang around other guys....but thats just me.
But a female barber who works at the shop said she explained to the woman that the staff sticks exclusively to men’s haircuts.
originally posted by: TechniXcality
a reply to: Sremmos80
The sign up is on the internet so sure it's not all inclusive but only because of the nature of the venue, there are meets that are specifically for black people and white people are not allowed, if a owner wishes to target an audience they have every freaking right to do so, that is their company they made with their cold hard cash, they have a right to refuse service or give service to anyone they like. If I was forced by a judge to give service to a audience I do not want to service, id give them a large stinky steamer and throw it on the table, I have a right to service who I want to, just as anyone else does. Period end of story