100 Words, 100 Days: Day 28. On Haircuts and Compliments.

I was in town today and decided it was high time I had my hair cut. I ‘looked like a poet’, as my mother would say. I chose a barber shop in the GPO Arcade and went in, where I was attended to by a Latvian lady called Christina

As I was a captive audience I allowed myself the pleasure of looking at the lady who cut my hair. Like most men I am very much taken by female beauty. But unlike some men I know, I told her she was gorgeous just for the pleasure of seeing her smile. And it felt good.

 

 

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9 responses to “100 Words, 100 Days: Day 28. On Haircuts and Compliments.

  1. Holy toledo. We both got haircuts today. Stop spying on my McShane.

  2. James, James, you really just wanted to get your leg over, didn’t you? Tut tut!

  3. Love it !

  4. I’d be interested in seeing the haircut before I judged on any “smoothie” appellation.

  5. oh James….that is the first rule of thumb…always be nice to the hairstylist, for they can make you regret you got one….you were just protecting your interest:)

  6. I bet you look stellar, darling!
    And complimenting a woman on how gorgeous she looks simply to see her smile is very polite and charismatic.
    *#*

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