Friday, 15 April 2011

Ukeleles and Racist haircuts


Can a haircut be racist?

I think mine just might be. Very skint and in need of a trim I set off to the Vidal Sasson Academy two days ago for a £12 haircut. They took almost every hair off my head and left me with a long bit at the front.  I look like I should be wearing a checked shirt, Doctor Marten boots and have a swallow tattooed on my neck. (i.e how racist women looked in the 80's - I tried to find a picture but I just ended uphaving to endure racist websites.....)

Shall we move on to Ukeleles?

Please go to this page and vote for my sister (Olivia Thompson) only if you are not a racist!

(Tip: You may have to click 'like' on the Ukelele festival of Great Britain page before you can click 'like' under her video)

Sorry its a short one today but tomorrow is my birthday - why that should shorten my blog post I'm not sure but its a great excuse for almost anything!

6 comments:

  1. I tried the cheap dollar haircut once...it didn't work out so well. I had to go to real salon to get it fixed...ended up looking like Chinead O'Conner...BAD!

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  2. Happy Birthday, Troutie. Sorry about the haircut. At least we know you're not racist.

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  3. Happy Birthday! You will be delighted to know that in little New Zealand you have what is known - in primary school circles - as a 'piss fringe.'

    That being said, when I was 7 I spent all year being deeply in love with a Kelly Someone, who sported said fringe. If he could pull it off I'm sure you will have no trouble.

    As a birthday present, you may have ALL my parsnip.

    xxxxx

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  4. I tagged you in a post...read my last blog to see what to do.
    I hope you don't mind.

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  5. Happy Birthday Troutie- hope you have a fab time, despite the 80's style scary hair cut
    xx

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  6. Happy birthday Troutie. Hope it was fun. Its only hair, it grows back. Always my mantra........

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