Cut My Hair Short Story

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I cut my hair once. Actually several times, but I was three years when I took a pair of kitchen scissors to my hair at five am. As most parents would be, my mum’s pissed. Oh well, the damage was already done. But I never cut my hair as drastic as I did then. Sorry, that’s a lie. My 8th grade year I cut my hair again. It was long and I was wearing a big, baggy, sweatshirt. So I went to run my fingers through it and was met with a giant knot. Brushed it out, hurt like hell, pulled half of it out and had it clumped this was and that on the brush, but I got it out. ten minutes later I did that process again. ten minutes after that, I did it again. An hour went by, I grabbed the scissors and off it went. This made my mother happy because she hated my hair long with a passion. Freshman year, I convinced my aunt while I was at my grandmothers one day to bleach my ends and dye them pink. My mother wasn’t horrified by this to say the least, but then my dogs walks in the room with a pink tail. My aunt thought she was being funny, my mum locked the dog in my room…show more content…
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