Friday, January 16, 2009

Shearing

As I've mentioned in the past, I'm on the constant growth plan. Chances are if you're doing this thing right, you are too. Sometimes I like to mark periods of distinctive internal change by changing my external appearance, which helps keep the whole package in balance. You wouldn't want to go overhauling the interior of your pimped out '64 Impala, taking the time to really buff up those new cream leather seats, just to drive down the block with bondo and duct tape holding the rear quarter panel on. No sir, no you wouldn't. So, new year, new Flapjacks.

Snip it.

Holy shit! Kill it, kill it!!!

The rare flapjackius shornicus in its natural habitat.

I now realize how many of the great people around me that I love and care for I've met in the last two and a half years since my last shearing. Lots. The only real downside is that my head no longer has that nice, curly insulation that it had last week. Good thing is, that without that mop, I can once again fit a beanie (or any hat, really...) on my head. Cheers. 

4 comments:

PassivePastry said...

i dig the new do, you.
my hair piles look like that too!
(i cut my own hair... shhh, don't tell)

TexasDeb said...

I trust you have not lost any strength along with losing the tresses (a la Samson)?

I look forward to seeing the newly shorn yet potentially hatted Flapper at the Wheat soonish.

wv: croseme, as in "If you experience irritation after a haircut, simply apply some croseme to the afflicted areas."

Flapjacks said...

is that a cro-mag joke? i've been told i have an 'ape face' before... right marisa?

Heather's Moving Castle said...

Nice do! I am going to dye my hair blonde in a few weeks with a natural hair dye. I'm sure it will be interesting.

Have a good one.

Heather ;)

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