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    Waiting in line at the barber shop can be dangerous...



    ... when your barber shop is located inside Cullwell & Son menswear store in University Park, TX. I'm here now, and its hard not to wander.


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    I wandered over to the shoe section. Saw some nice Alden cap toes, but they're way too rich for my blood at full price ($495). And they're not nearly as nice to me as some the Peals at Brooks Brothers for the same price.

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      #3


      I'm bored. Been waiting for an hour now. Note to self: make an appointment next time... :-P

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        I know barbershops are kind of a "thing" these days but recently I've been going to an ordinary salon. The place I go to gives you a nice head massage integrated into the shampoo/conditioning, too - combined with the hot water and hairdryer, I was having trouble keeping my eyes open the last time I was there. Plus the only stuff there to buy is random women's hair products, which don't tempt me much. B-)

        Ben

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          @BenR, get outta my head man. Agree completely. Plus, the salons are full of women, never a bad thing. It's a bit of a random place, but a good spot to strike up conversation.

          "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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            #6


            ...if the line is OVER A PIT OF LAVA!!


            Oh...thought this was a fill-in-the-blank.

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              #7


              @BenR Mmmm. The scalp massages. Yeah, I go to a salon at the Mall. Full of funny women who make a fuss over their male clients. I enjoy it.

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                #8


                I split my own wig. Zero buzz every 5 days. And yes I have a full set of hair, I've used this haircut since I was a kid. The older I get, the better it looks.

                I blend it in with my facial hair.


                I've never been to a parlor or salon to get my wig Split, but I hear salons r full of beautiful women.

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                  #9


                  I've been going to a barber (one of the old school, small storefront Italian types that you'd see in mob movies) since 2000. Once I shaved my head in 2005 it became an every other week visit. I realize I could do it myself, but between the guy becoming a friend through the years and hearing the "war stories" of all the old Italians that go see him, it's worth the $10.

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