There are some things you just don’t do in life. From the time you are young, you were told things like, “don’t touch a hot stove, wear sunblock and never underestimate the power of the sun, always look both ways when you cross the street,” and much more. Something that I have always been told from day one is not to get a haircut from Supercuts.
Yet I did it anyway. My argument is why do I need to pay $50 for a haircut when I only have such a minuscule amount of hair on my head? Why not just roll into Supercuts where I don’t have to make an appointment a week prior just to get a 20-minute haircut? But I was wrong, I was dead wrong.
Leaving Supercuts with a $20 charge and a Dum-Dum sucker in my mouth seemed like a steal until I looked in my rearview mirror and saw nothing short of a massacre on my head. Many have asked if my head is a Snapchat filter on social media and unfortunately it is not. That is simply just me paying the price for refusing to listen when people insist I don’t go to Supercuts. I hate to say it but to be quite frank I really don’t think there is any bouncing back from this whatsoever. Even if my hair grows back in, where exactly does it grow back into?
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— BrilliantlyDumb (@RobbyBerger) December 29, 2020
I hate to call out supercuts here I really do because the franchise itself is pretty blunt about the fact that you’re not going to get the best haircut in the world there but you will get a cheap one. They definitely held their end of the bargain charging just $20. Also, if we’re being honest, the fact that I have a forehead the size of a football field doesn’t help the whole image as well. The moral of the story here folks is if you have more than $20 to spare at any given time, stay as far away from Supercuts as possible.