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RE: The Owl & the Barber Shop


What?!... so your gonna leave us 'hangin' on how she got the owl out of the
truck...

 or is that why it took so long for the haircut, you had to get it out of
the truck first?

LOL!
Donna

> 
> Anyone remember James T. Fields's "The Owl Critic"?
> 
> Saturday, I went to the barbershop of my choice [svelte but tatooed
> blond chick] and arrived in time to be the first customer of her
> fat-chick employee second-chair barber. As I sat in the second chair,
> removed my chapeau, and said "take it all off," she said, "You won't
> believe what happened to me last night, honey!"

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