Full of Newness
If you pay any attention to my webcam pictures you’d know that I got my hair cut a few days ago. It wasn’t a planned thing, I just got up and thought, “Hey, my hair is pissing me off, I think I’ll get it cut off today” so I did. Luckily, this does not apply to all things in my life, could you imagine if I woke up one day thinking, “Hey, [random person] is pissing me off, I think I’ll decapitate them with a bendy straw today”. That would not be a good thing.
Anyway, back to the hair. It’s quite cool, possibly the coolest cut I’ve had in my 19 years that I’ve been alive. It only takes one minute to wash and two minutes to style, which is a huge difference from the long hair style, which took three years to wash and seven years to style (So I might be extravagating that a bit, but it used to feel like it).
The only problem is that knowing me it will be six months before I finally set foot in my hairdressers again to get a cut and make idle chat about the weather, by which time the shop will have changed management (again) and have been redecorated with another odd paint job.
So I was thinking (never a good thing, especially since I’m taking the shoe forgetting medication again after my back flared up this week), how would one stop their hair growing so that their cool, new, haircut will always stay cool and full of newness? Hmmm.
Then it hit me.
Nanobots. Yep, those little nanotechnology machines that are said to be the future, those tiny critters will inspect your hair and cut it whenever it grew, so it would always stay the same. No need to go to your hairdressers and have pointless conversations about the weather, while water is sprayed in your eyes and they tell you to tilt your head forward, no more forward, no, just look at the floor please.
Although, one day they could attack and attach themselves to your nervous system to do evil things, like making you eat sardines and yogurt on pancakes or watching too many bad reality TV shows, like Paradise Hotel.
The future is scary, but at least my hair would stay this cool and full of newness.