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Discussion in 'General' started by rayray3thousand, Feb 10, 2012.
Publix is my second favorite grocerery store
I know I'm a little anti-social myself.
For example when I get my hair cut, I just want my hair cut
I hated when I had a barber that wanted to know everything about my life
How long did you go to that barber? I get the anti social part but you dont think after a few months of haircuts he/she wouldn't try to get to know you to an extent.
EDIT: Word to the wise, the better relationship you have with your barber the better they will treat you.
I heard publix sandwhiches are legit..need to go next time in FL
They are. The chicken tender subs are delicious
I meant Oscar bro my bad I'm off no sleep
Next available DMV appointment is not till the end of December.
Now, I have to take a part of my work day next week to stand in line at the DMV early
that's why self checkout is >>>
I rather be ignored while shopping, I'm only really looking for customer service at restaurants.
"did you see the game?" is the worst too. I was in San Antonio and some dude asked me that at a stoplight, mind you it's not even basketball season and I'm pretty sure that's the only sport they have out there so I just ignore him and dude was like "hey, do you speak english?"
I was just like yeah but I don't want to talk to you, dude was so offended
Nah I'm not interested in a relationship with my barber.
I mean don't get me wrong, at the beginning I'll be like what's up, how you doing, maybe we'll talk very briefly about what changed, if it's a holiday or a certain time of year maybe greet him happy holidays or whatever, but I don't want my barber playing twenty questions with me while he's doing my hair
damn, I think I ate too much diniguan
You better have a good rapport with the man responsible for the crispiness of your line up
I don’t say ish to my barber besides if I want any changes. I like to just chill and zone out when I get my haircut it’s almost like a meditation. Also he need to focus on cutting my hair not what I had for dinner the night before. But I always tip him and friendly when he’s done.
Craving some dim sum
Barbers are also therapists tbh Got some good advice from him over the years.
call out sick
Germany/France friendly now
a good barber should know when to keep a conversation or just let the customer chill.
my barber is my homie so it's nothing