10 Responses to “Trim”

  1. Dave2 Says:

    OMG! LOVE THE NEW HAIR! Adorable!

  2. You can call me, 'Sir' Says:

    That last picture looks like the last shot taken before something very bad happened, possibly involving your nose.

  3. vahid Says:

    Not the curls! Damn you, barber — you leave her curls alone!!

  4. claire Says:

    Yikes, now I feel even less inclined to get my hair cut.

  5. shari Says:

    Trim. “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it does.” Was that a 5-inch lock of hair he/she just sliced off your bangs?!

  6. Cheryl Says:

    You look very troubled by the recent developments in the photo booth, both storm and haircut. I’m starting to think it’s not the best place to live.

  7. delmer Says:

    I think Shari’s right. Your barber — who I assume is a man — has lopped off five or six inches. Just like you’ve told him to in the first frame.

    (Um… if you apply the joke “Why are women so bad at measuring things? Because all their life they’ve been told this is six inches.” to the first frame my commennt is almost funny.


  8. Don Says:

    I too hire a woman in a tightly zipped sweatsuit to trim my nose hairs with great big scissors. However sometimes I find her blindfold disconcerting. You?

  9. jenny Says:


    sir: getting a haircut in a photobooth is a dangerous game.

    vahid: i feel my strength… fading away… with every snip.

    claire: don’t do it!

    shari: yeah, that was a bit more than a trim!

    cheryl: sometimes we must suffer for art.

    delmer: the photobooth barber is a woman, but i think maybe she was thinking in metric.

    don: fortunately, those scissors are not as close to my face as they appear. otherwise, i might have needed the blindfold.

  10. whitenoise Says:

    Whewww… glad to hear that the last frame wasn’t as close a shave as it looked!

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