Thursday, September 24, 2009

Observational Twitter 22

Famous Quote:

"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned." ~from The Mourning Bride (1697) by William Congreve

Obscure Quote:

"Scorned is child's play compared to the fury of a woman with a bad haircut." ~Robynn

Copyright 2009

23 comments:

  1. Oh, sooooooo true....Nothing turns a day sour as much as a bad haircut!!! I hope this isn't stemming from any current circumstances in your life...If so, you have my permission to vent, and to cry on my shoulder!!! ~Janine XO

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  2. Ha, I always say there's a week between a good and bad haircut, but in my case it's usually 2 weeks and I get my hair cut every 3 weeks, so I'm always feeling scorned!
    No, truth be told, my dear neice does my hair for me and it's perfectly good everytime!

    Cheers - Joolz

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  3. Is that the reason I'm always so bad tempered?
    (no need to answer, thank you!)

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  4. Or you could do what I did and buy a wig it's either that or cry everytime you pass a mirror because you realize you dont recognize yourself anymore.I wish we had those places where you can pay to throw plates,cups,and saucers at a wall;)Hugs Darcy

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  5. you just got yourself a new tweep ;)

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  6. LOL! i needed this little laugh this morning!! :O)

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  7. Yes, I also am hoping you don't have experience in your corner writing this, since your hair isn't short, like mine. Good haircuts are worth a lot, aren't they?? At least that's what I say as I shell out exorbitant amounts to the hairdresser.

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  8. LOL...so true Robynn...I worked as a hairstylist for 14 years and believe me I've heard all kinds of horror stories about peoples hair!!! I made it a point to listen very carefully when a client was explaining what she/he wanted...in all those years I had one woman cry when I was finished...and that was because she didn't listen to what I suggested and chose something completely different(she went from hair, all one length, past her shoulder to very short and curly in on sitting, nobody would like that drastic of a change)...since that experience if I didn't think something would work with the clients hair, or required more than one cut to achieve the final results, I wouldn't do it, simple as that, and you know...I never had any clients verbalize their unhappiness/dislike again!!!

    Cheers

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  9. Ain't it the truth! I still remember the bad haircuts that I've had - those memories never fade!

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  10. Ha ha, yup, so true! You always nail it... should I be worried I am getting a cut today?

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  11. So true. I've only had one really bad haircut in my life but I remember it like it was yesterday. The hairdresser got totally carried away and cut my hair so it was about only about 3/4" long all around. I had to attend a wedding the next day. I cried everytime I looked at myself!

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  12. Amen, sister! Which is why I've vowed never to cut my hair!

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  13. ~nods solemnly~ I totally agree.

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  14. Dear Robyn, I'd like you to please take me out of the 30 day 'Eat Healthy' challenge. My husband has just started his retirement..and we've eaten out a great deal these past weeks.At times I did well, no desserts but failed many other times. So I guess this just wasn't a good month for me to get 'on board' with your wonderful challenge. ~~~I was reading your blog and surely do hope you are all starting to get better. I wonder if we will get this virus also. Some of our church family have virus' of one sort or another. I know, in the past, I've felt as healthy as a horse and boom...fell ill with a virus. Wishing you happy days ahead, Maggie

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  15. I came by here from somewhere else and I am so glad I did. You are hilarious!
    Love your blog.

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  16. You are just too too funny.:O Feels great to laugh.

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  17. You sure are right to copyright that stuff.

    Love it.

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  18. Love it! Nothing can cheese me off faster than a bad haircut...

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  19. :-) Been there, done that with the bad haircut and I agree.

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  20. Hope the haircut hasn't left you, like Samson, without your literary voice!!!! And hoping also that you are now on the road to recovery...Time to give the old swine a taste of your boot!!!! Love to you,Robynn~ Janine XO

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