SucediĆ³ en los aĆ±os cuarenta by Barbero Militar Perfecta descripción de lo que fueron los años cuarenta en España. A veces hay que tomar soluciones drásticas para acabar con un problema. En un régimen de autoridad como el que existía no les temblaba el pulso a la hora de despiojar a todos los soldados. La descripción del proceso no puede ser más detallada, con el componente morboso - disciplinario que está presente en este tipo de relatos pero siempre perfectamente dosificado.El sargento Arrieta mete miedo, utiliza la coacción para dominar por completo a sus subordinados. La calidad literaria del relato es extraordinaria. Le propongo a Barbero Militar que edite un libro con todas sus historias. Yo sería el primero en comprarlo. by SARGENTO BARBERO on 28 Nov 2020
The Hybrid by M DeMarlo JB- Yes there is some truth in this story, I am Italian American, and my Italian is terrible. Growing up my dads favorite barbershop was owned by one of his friends from the old country and they would speak in Italian, fast Italian with allot of hands. The haircut is exaggerated. However there were many huge long to short haircuts I suffered. My fetish was being born. Its full blown now. thanks for your comment., by M DeMarlo on 28 Nov 2020
The blacksmith and the Legion by thadeusz Les coups de chantages de rétrogradation pour les non signatures de contrats successifs sont fantaisistes, je ne sais pas pourquoi mais je suis certain que cela n'existe pas, je suis ancien sous officier de la Légion Etrangère, matricule 159 990. Pour être rétrogradé, il faut passer en conseil d'enquête, c'est le seul moyen de redescende. by RUTHER on 28 Nov 2020
The Ghost of Barber Fred by Gilbert MiltonSnodgrass Great story! Loved this. Would love if you decided to do a military style story like this as well. by Bucke on 28 Nov 2020
The Ghost of Barber Fred by Gilbert MiltonSnodgrass An interesting and funny new take! I enjoyed it! Looking forward to more! by BarberFred on 28 Nov 2020
DAD! (Part 7 of 15) by JB Poor and stupid Kevin ! Well done by Scott ! by thadeusz on 28 Nov 2020
No talking barber by Mike S. Good story, but why does the hero feel and act so miserably : he really wants a buzz cut, but he does not say so because he wants that this buzz cut is imposed on him.
He had one excellent possibility : join the US Marines or the French Foreign Legion. There, they would not ask him for his consent before shearing it, and they would even repeat the operation without his consent ! by thadeusz on 28 Nov 2020
My Hair Journey by Dan Dan, you are so lucky. My dream was always to have long hair with a blunt fringe and visit salons to be pampered. I fantasied about having my hair styled and put up, whether that be in a beehive, the higher the better, a chignon, a French roll or braided. Unfortunately my hair was way too fine to do so and could never grow it to any length.
However my favourite style now? Without doubt a short lip to chin length bob with a heavy fringe! Enjoy your tresses by Al G on 27 Nov 2020
DAD! (Part 6 of 15) by JB About Scott not reacting strongly enough: When I was writing this, I always had in mind that he was more emotionally mature/wiser than average for a kid his age. Probably because he had to be wary of his dad's antics (lies) all his life. I did want Scott to react strongly, I just had him do it inside his head. He was about to explode at barber Jack until he realized it was his dad's fault, not Jack's. I'm glad people are enjoying the story. by JB on 27 Nov 2020
The Hybrid by M DeMarlo A very daring haircut for the early '70s, or pretty much any other era. :-) The kid (who, interestingly, is nameless) had a lot of guts (plus a very strong short hair fetish) to get this haircut. I liked the "Run Hippy Run" sign. Also how the father/son relationship progressed from beginning to end. I'm guessing this story has a little autobiographical element to it, with the Italian characters and your last name being DeMarlo? by JB on 27 Nov 2020