Women who are not ladies uncatered for . . .

poptop 17 April 2013 7

Specialisation but not as we know it

Still cleaning out my camera and found this poorly conceived and executed sign from Gold Creek Hair and Beauty. I imagine Chenille of Chenille’s Institute de Beaute’ & House Of Hair Removal would entirely approve of this sign.

I regret never peering inside to discover the nature of the “Treatments”.

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Jono Jono 5:55 pm 17 Apr 13

Ignoring the lack of apostrophes, it’s an interesting use of the word, “specialising”.

I would have thought that you can specialise in haircuts for men; or specialise in haircuts for women (sorry, “ladies”); or specialise in haircuts for children. If you do all three, then you’re a generalist, not a specialist.

fabforty fabforty 5:50 pm 17 Apr 13

What ? People still have perms ?

astrojax astrojax 4:57 pm 17 Apr 13

mens? where’s the apostrophe. or do they just mean men? specialising in men. hmmmm…

so, ladies – several kinds of people whio ‘specialise in ladies’ are, or should be, behind bars. no, not those bars.

but in the schema, shouldn’t it be ‘childrens’?

Deref Deref 3:41 pm 17 Apr 13

I imagine Chenille of Chenille’s Institute de Beaute’ & House Of Hair Removal would entirely approve of this sign.
My wordy, yes!

Aeek Aeek 2:56 pm 17 Apr 13

Ben_Dover said :

I don’t get it? Is using “ladies” now verboten?

To be consistant, it should also be “gentlemen” and “issue”.

Ben_Dover Ben_Dover 1:59 pm 17 Apr 13

I don’t get it? Is using “ladies” now verboten?

BimboGeek BimboGeek 12:47 pm 17 Apr 13

I’m not a lady and can explain this.

We just cut our own hair into ridiculous asymmetrical styles the hairdresser could never properly execute. Then we dye it black and green.

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