Saturday, March 24, 2007

Photo Essay #5: The Cuttery of a Well-Haired Gentleman

Every once in a while, it becomes necessary to trim one's hair. Seriously. Especially when 75% of one's head is covered in it. Today was one of those days. Here's how to document the activity!

1. First, take a picture of yourself before cutting your hair.

2. Be sure to include all areas to be cut, including beards and rat tails.

3. During the process, take a picture. It's what they call an "in-progress" shot. It is vital.

4. Proceed cutting.

5. Throw the audience a curve. Tell them that in fact the rat tail WAS NOT cut! Ha, ha! No, of course it wasn't. That would be a stupid. I mean, who doesn't love the attention a rat tail brings? I can hear the fellows in the neighborhood now: "Hey Deffo! Rat tail is looking silky, my man! Keep it up!" If you cut it, what would the fellows say? Nothing, that's what.

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