Dave condones barbers pressuring you to have a conversation.
So apparently, dave is condoning barbers putting pressure on their customers to engage in conversation. I find it abhorred the consumer is expected to engage in some sort of conversation with their barber while getting a hair cut. If the person does not engage in conversation, he is then socially rejected and deemed a "bad customer". Some of the time they may not even get the hair cut they wanted, because the barber will want to get rid of the anti-social person to move onto a better more vocal costumer. This cannot be tolerated much longer, we need to pass legislation that disallows the speech of barbers while cutting hair.
If you're a barber, and you try to start a conversation while cutting hair, gfys.
(Picture of the stereotypical fatass barber trying to engage in conversation with all his costumers)
Last edited by Dab1996426; 09-18-2016 at 01:05 PM.
I find that annoying sometime when i enter a barber shop. Like.. dont talk to me and just take my monies.
I find it awkward and irritating. Especially when the barber starts talking to someone else. Then I feel like I'm obligated to say something or keep a conversation going. Like dude, you cut hair for a living. I really don't give a fuck what you have to talk about. You know what I mean?