Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Roland Butter, Jan 28, 2019.
£8 but I just give her a tenner, £20 at Christmas
I've been wondering that too. Even 10+ years ago I couldn't get a haircut for less than £12 I'm sure!
I would say £0, because Mrs HB does it (She's a trained hair dresser but is now a contracts manager for BCA Fleet!) however I pay plenty in the long run!
Does she ask you if you're going somewhere nice for your holidays ?
lol, well she certainly doesn't ask me if I want anything for the weekend!
Patrick Bateman is that you?
Tenner but you get a reward card where every 6th cut is free!
£5. And she visits my home to do it.
I've been going there for 13+ years so I don't have to say, just point out my wonky sideburns after his brother pointed out my ears weren't level. I'd lived in bliss for 26 years before that point.
£36 every 7-8 weeks.
No idea what you're on about friend, anyway... I have to return some videotapes.
£25 every 6-7 weeks
got loyalty card as well after its filled up get a free cut
says the people who usually don't have a choice!
True If I were a young single man I would probably want my hair back. But now I'm almost 50, married, have kids, probably wouldn't bother with a long term relationship if that ever broke up, then I far prefer the convenience and freedom of being a slaphead (well actually it feels more like velcro now I don't use a guard).
Some of these are starting to sound like some other type of transaction.
^ As Hades said above. Worrying about hair do's is best left to the young 'uns with a full thatch.
I've spent £0 on haircuts since I picked up some clippers donkeys years ago. Since then it's been a #1 or unguarded headshave once or twice a week just to keep it tidy.
Not having to worry about hair is quite liberating and I'm not sure I'd want it back if given the chance.
£20. Short back and sides with a sweep at the front. (It’s actually £17, the rest is just a tip)
Edit. Every fourth weekend of the month. Sometimes third weekend. Depends if I can be bothered to go to town
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Mine is usually 8 quid but always throw him a tenner.
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