Back in the day I used to snicker at the ads for this home haircutting system but I guess they’re having the last laugh now, such as it is. I fear that if I can’t get a haircut for a few months I’ll be full-on Anakin Skywalker or at least Dean from the Gilmore Girls reunion. Might not be a bad thing, heat notwithstanding.


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Real Men

Apr 2, 2020 at 1:22pm

Don't cut their hair. Or if they do, they do it themselves, paying someone else to cut your hair is...well...we all know what it is.,..

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Shystey McShysterson

Apr 2, 2020 at 4:09pm

Lol heard it on the Gilmore Girls the other night.
Great show. Especially now. An idyllic small town where nothing terrible ever happens.

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@(not)Real Men

Apr 2, 2020 at 4:39pm

Yeah... getting a gorgeous woman who maybe now & then brushes her beautiful curves against you while she's cutting your hair is really gay, right?

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Time to bring back the

Apr 2, 2020 at 4:43pm

mullet. Cause that’s where I’m heading whether I like it or not.

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Apr 3, 2020 at 7:49pm

Was the last guy to cut my hair. A sweet old man reminded me of my Father. Had a bit of a palsy shake but I didn't mind. Never bothered with small talk. Had a picture of Luciano Pavarotti and himself on the wall.
One day I goes for my haircut and there's a sign on the door saying his business is closed for good. Just like that- poof! Never got to say goodbye. So out of respect to Tom I cut my own hair now. Take nothing for granted-Life is short

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Boo Font

Apr 3, 2020 at 10:30pm

I have 2 FlowBeees! One as a spare for the inevitable day the oldest one breaks down. I am a professional, worked downtown for nearly 30 yrs, was complimented frequently on my haircut, and asked if I could give the name of the stylist so the person could go!! Hahaha! I tried different stylists and kept getting the exact same cut from everyone even when I gave them carte blanche. Pissed me off, and then also was paying up to $60 before tip! Hair down my shirt, itchy all day, uneven cuts, waste of time at the salon. So disappointing. High end salons too.

I bought my brother a Flowbee off TV so he could cut his toddler son’s hair, who refused to go to a barber. He refused the Flowbee! I looked at it one day, and gave it a try....history was made. Exact same cut as a salon, but consistent, no hair down my back, 10 minutes, people like it and can’t tell it is not a salon cut, no wasting a Saturday morning. Best of all, free! 12 cuts a year or more times $60 times 25 years = $18,000!!! Who is a goof now?!! Get one, don’t tell anyone and make your life better!

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