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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by Lockhouse View Post

    Yes, but I bury it in the flowerbed.
    Hopefully your neighbours who live 3 doors down, so you can annoy the dog who lives next door to them.

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  • Lockhouse
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    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post

    You must frequently have diarrhoea then.
    Yes, but I bury it in the flowerbed.

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  • SueEllen
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    Originally posted by Lockhouse View Post
    I've been using the cat's fur clippers since lockdown started. 3mm all over. Takes two minutes. No more £20 haircuts for me ever. I have started to drink lots of milk though.
    You must frequently have diarrhoea then.

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  • Lockhouse
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    I've been using the cat's fur clippers since lockdown started. 3mm all over. Takes two minutes. No more £20 haircuts for me ever. I have started to drink lots of milk though.

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  • DonaldJTrump
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    One of the best closing musical numbers of any film, Claude arriving back to see the barracks empty and frantically running after Berger's plane is sublime

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  • xoggoth
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    Did a random snip about 3 weeks ago as was approaching Jimmy Saville mode.

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  • Whorty
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    Gillette Mach 'somenumber' every time I shower. Head, neck, cheeks (to shape the goatie), and whatever else needs a trim

    Not been to a hairdressers since 1995. For those 'lucky' enough to have seen the karaoke video of me and Mrs W, that was back in '96 when I was 26 ..... explains why I no longer need to pay for a haircut

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  • NickFitz
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    I'd had a haircut at the start of March a year ago, but as Leicester had had more lockdowns than most places, I've only had it cut twice since then so it's pretty messy. Mind you, I'm never that diligent about getting it cut anyway, so it's not any worse than it has been at various times over the years

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  • vetran
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    last week before 1st lockdown I saw some wahl electric clipper for £13 now on 4th or 5th Haircut number 2 all over and quite happy. as I pay about £7+tip I was in profit after my second haircut. Love not going the barbers as its one less journey to make, I do miss chatting about Syria, Albania etc as that all the barbers seem to come from far flung places. It also takes the randomness on the barbers skill, I may not be fabulous but I can be consistent.

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  • ladymuck
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    Originally posted by Uncle Albert View Post

    To be fair though, you only appear to have three hairs.
    We're still talking about hair on the head, yes?

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  • DaveB
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    Not had mine cut in years. Currently reaches between my shoulder blades.

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  • Uncle Albert
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    Originally posted by BlasterBates View Post
    I cut my own hair a month ago with a pair of kitchen scissors, satisfied and wondering why I didn't do it before.
    To be fair though, you only appear to have three hairs.

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  • BlasterBates
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    I cut my own hair a month ago with a pair of kitchen scissors, satisfied and wondering why I didn't do it before.

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  • _V_
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    I miss the big boobs of my hairdresser moving about as she cuts my hair.

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  • mattster
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    I've been cutting my own hair for about 10 years, just a number 2 all over (as it were). Seems good enough to me, although a hairdresser friend (of a friend) once asked me if I cut my own hair, which kocked my confidence a bit. I guess they can tell.

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