Restrictions on hairdressing, sport, retail and religious services are set to be eased next month

If you feel that it’s unfair
That professionals can’t trim your hair
That you can’t attend mass
Or have a tennis class
It seems that you soon can go there

John Moynes

RollingNews

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8 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    prepare to get ripped off,
    last time the hairdresser was whacking on an extra 60 quid for more than three months of extra growth as they called it….kinda takes the piss ,

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    1. Rob_G

      I mean if they have been shut for the past few months, I can understand them wanting to recoup some lost income. Also, without knowing anything about women’s hairdressing, I imagine it is a bigger jon if someone’s hair has not been seen to for a lot longer than usual.

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      1. Janet, chatty mammy

        na it is bollix I wouldn’t go more often than that amount of growth at the best of times, that’s kind of the concept of a haircut

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    2. Fergalito

      Aren’t they cutting the hair from the same spot ? What matter if one inch of hair falls to the floor or three inches falls to the floor? Maybe they need steel sweeping brushes to deal with cleaning up the extra weight ?

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  2. Nigel

    I dunno, I’ve come to terms with my wild man of the woods look, especially when people meet me in the woods and they stare at me until I throw squirrels at them.

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