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    Haircut

    Sorry I don't know where to ask this question. I want to get haircut this Saturday. Any recommendation for a really good hairdresser downtown Montreal? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by joho View Post
    Sorry I don't know where to ask this question. I want to get haircut this Saturday. Any recommendation for a really good hairdresser downtown Montreal? Thanks
    I once worked in a barbershop and receiving a hair cutting kit last christmas. The economy is still struggling and times are tough. I'm looking at ways to earn extra cash in order to spoil myself with an sp or two whenever i'm in town. So, I've decided to offer my hair-cutting services to hobbyists whenever i'm in town for a flat fee of $20. My specialty are military-style crew cuts.

    If any are interested in getting a haircut, cowboy-style, i'll be in town this upcoming weekend. Just pm me and we can set an appointment.

    (you should have posted this in the 411 section)
    Last edited by Doc Holliday; 10-07-2010 at 01:33 AM.

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    Thank you for your kind off, Doc Holliday, but I am looking for a professional hairdresser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    I once worked in a barbershop and receiving a hair cutting kit last christmas. The economy is still struggling and times are tough. I'm looking at ways to earn extra cash in order to spoil myself with an sp or two whenever i'm in town. So, I've decided to offer my hair-cutting services to hobbyists whenever i'm in town for a flat fee of $20. My specialty are military-style crew cuts.

    If any are interested in getting a haircut, cowboy-style, i'll be in town this upcoming weekend. Just pm me and we can set an appointment.

    (you should have posted this in the 411 section)
    Congratulations on your initiative Doc. I always figured you would make an excellent hairdresser - you seem to have all the qualifications. Best of luck to you in your chosen profession!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelcairo View Post
    Congratulations on your initiative Doc. I always figured you would make an excellent hairdresser - you seem to have all the qualifications. Best of luck to you in your chosen profession!
    Thank you for the compliment, but i'm no hairdresser. I'm simply a barber wannabe. Just a barber!

    So if one day you happen to be walking on Ste-Catherine street & meet up with a big teddybear-of-guy in a Maple Leafs jersey & holding a shaver (i'm considering offering haircuts on the streets or in the subway stations, just like some of the people playing music instruments), it just might be the Doc.
    Last edited by Doc Holliday; 10-07-2010 at 09:53 AM.

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    Doc,

    I'm really tempted to book you as a barber...but before you should ascertain everybody on the board that you can sing (on key) Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by protagoras View Post
    Doc,

    I'm really tempted to book you as a barber...but before you should ascertain everybody on the board that you can sing (on key) Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia.
    You'd be surprised at my signing abilities. As dozens of Mtl's finest can attest, i've serenaded many of them over the past decade. As a matter-of-fact i'm a much better singer than a barber!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post

    So if one day you happen to be walking on Ste-Catherine street & meet up with a big teddybear-of-guy in a Maple Leafs jersey & holding a shaver (i'm considering offering haircuts on the streets or in the subway stations, just like some of the people playing music instruments),

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    Thanks for info, Johnmbot...

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    Why not go for an erotic haircut....
    ( she's nude.. Lots of nipples rubbing on cheek.. Possible action )
    "Scars remind us where we've been. They don't have to dictate where we're going"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky bonds View Post
    Why not go for an erotic haircut....
    ( she's nude.. Lots of nipples rubbing on cheek.. Possible action )
    where is this available Ricky - any recommendation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky bonds View Post
    Why not go for an erotic haircut....
    ( she's nude.. Lots of nipples rubbing on cheek.. Possible action )

    I thought they closed them all down unless there's one's that do in private
    Stay thirsty my friends

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