Observations on Life, Politics, and Culture
I can very much relate. I've been there before, and I'm quite certain that I haven't learned my lesson yet, even though I think I have.It will grow back...slower than you want, but it does always come back. Honestly, I wish I had the guts/face to pull off something that short, because it would be SO much easier in the morning.
Is the color similar, Sinead?
Yes, Chris, it is.
When the story first broke, I did not know Carly had the cancer or chemo and I'm thinking to myself why does she feel qualified to criticize someone else's hair. I still kindof wonder that she said it, but I am not inclined to be so hard on her.
I think we need a picture of your new doo to fully appreciate the comparison. Just sayin'
AICS,Hmmm. I hadn't thought about The Incident when I picked the title for this post, but now that you mention it...Carly is qualified to criticize someone's hair simply because she's a woman. There's an unconscious process that goes through women's minds, and I'm struggling to articulate it (How do you say something you're mostly unaware of?). It goes like this: "Does that (the other woman's hair/outfit) look good? Would I want to look like that?"Sometimes, yes or no, the answer pops out of your mouth before you realize it.Case in point: My roomie & I were watching 2012 (Netflix), and John Cusack's estranged wife came out of the house in a major-frumpy skirt, and I said, "Oh! Stacy and Clinton would NOT approve." (Ask your wife/women co-workers if you don't know what that means.)So what Carly said about Boxer had nothing to do with the chemo. And it's nothing that Babs hasn't said herself a thousand times. Just not on tape...
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