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greg st.martin




05 Apr 1975

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greg9475 asked:

17 Aug 2012

Shaved Side

My girlfriend had a shaved head for the longest time her

Her family hated ir so she been growing it out for a Year she looked great.she santa to do a sideshave but she is afraid she Night not get a job.and her oldest daughters father said it would be embarissing to bring her daughter yo scho and so on so on.she she got that drilled in her head its unexdeptable she is34



silence_ says:

Posted on 18 Aug 2012

So...then...what's the question? She just needs to consider a few things because a side shave isn't that big of an issue and it's not like she won't be able to cover it (if she has enough hair and needs to for an interview) In fact, unless she's wearing a legit mohawk with it (not a faux-hawk) then I doubt it's anything embarassing. If she wants to, she can ask her daughter if she would feel embarassed, because not even her daughter's father truly knows how the girl is feeling. He's basically using the daughter to guilt trip her into not getting a haircut that will ultimately make her happy. It doesn't matter what age she is. Her haircut doesn't decide whether she's a good or bad mother, a good or bad employee, or a good or bad girlfriend. Her family and her daughter's father are just trying to put their feelings over hers.


texxassunlight says:

Posted on 18 Aug 2012

So my problem is what are you trying to asK? All I can say is support her, and tell her don't listen to them, but she does need to consider the above mentioned. Just because she wants to doesn't mean she should, or shouldn't. She needs to talk to her daughter, her potential employers for dress requirments, and then consider, and you should tell her your OPINION without making it seem like your'e telling her what to do. Then with what she decides, you should def. support, unless your'e completley against for a legit reason.

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