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Safety Scissors are EVIL

25th April 2010

Safety Scissors are EVIL

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Because they have the word “safety” in them, and you think, after several years safely weilding them, that they would continue with their solid reputation.  Alas, it will now be said in irony.

I can’t get a great picture of them, but there is a section that it at the scalp, and another area that effectively gave her crooked bangs that I didn’t really see until the next day.  It could easily be worse though.  Between her hair texture and color, it isn’t as obvious as it could be, but I suspect I will be cutting bangs into hair in the next few days after I get a better grasp of the damage.

Although I am thankful she didn’t follow in my footsteps.  I never cut my own hair, but I did give my brother a similar haircut.  Luckily, my brother was much more amiable to a haircut than hers would have been.

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