This is definitely not as funny nor as intriguing as Dr Mofo. One can easily see why very important people would want to go to a VIP hair salon - it's about entitlement or is that titlement? We could be verging on a volume inhibitor program here. After all these years of going bald, my only reason for getting a haircut is to inhibit volume so that I can put a baseball cap on in summer and a silly hat on in winter. Taking a left turn in this story... recently, I witnessed a new reason for wearing a baseball cap - one I never thought of or needed. I visited my nephew in London, Ontario, last weekend. On Sunday morning he took a bath with his 2 year old son. Since a bath is not a shower [obviously], he was unable to wash his hair [and subsequently gel it into the style he is entitled to]. So he wore a baseball cap all day, including during meals - he was having a bad hair day and vanity would not allow him to exhibit such a faux pas in style. So if gelling is involved, along with a certain amount of hair styling, then maybe we have a vanity imposition posture here. For me, it would be a vain impossibility position. Value in-put might work in a more generic sense, if indeed there is value to getting a haircut for any reason other than functional ones. Depending on the essence used to staunch the bleeding after a shave, we might consider volatility in the puss as a meaning. I get the impression there is a comb and clippers involved here, and not scissors and a razor - that might indicate high end service akin to taking the Via One train to London where you get fed bonbons along with booze. I'm stretching here - going tangent - not on topic - sorry, MoFo is much more interesting. Victor
Wow. Amusing yet creepy.
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