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Express Cut

Someone recommended me to go for this Express Cut in Ikano. It cost rm12 for a hair cut. This concept came from Japan. The idea was that you could have a quick and hygienic haircut in just 10 minutes.

This morning I went to the shop. I have no time for a hair cut and I thought of giving this a try. It’s a small shop with a few hairdressers. You have to line up and wait for your turn. As I was sitting there, a lady came in. She was the rich aunty type. I thought she was coming for a rm12 hair cut and I laughed to myself. It turned out that her maid was having the haircut, not her.

A few minutes later, another aunty came with her maid. Then a nerdy and bespectacled student came. A while later, an old man. Okie.. I said to myself. Obviously I am really out of place here. I felt kinda cheap. I mean, here I was, dressed for work and now I am waiting in line with maids, old man and student. I wished I could just disappear! But I am next in line so I gave it another minute.

The cut was not that bad. It’s cheap and fast.. but the waiting and the take on my dignity is just not worth it.

P.S. This blog was written on MS Word and the Blogger Toolbar for Word. It works like a charm!

Comments

  1. I did that few times, it was not that bad. It is 10 dollars in KS-land. What what I enjoy at the salon is something washing my hair, so I would pay more just for that.

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