I got my hairs cut. Last Friday. Kind of as a New Year surprise/change/fun thing. Mostly as a Molly thing. I needed to get my hair cut. Split ends galore. I had it short a while back and loved it. The hubs and I discussed, and decided it was a good plan. I like it. My little textured bob.
Anyway, all of this brings me to another social study of mine. I'd like to propose the theory that whenever physical change happens to a person frequently seen, the other persons around them are more apt to either pose the obvious question or make the obvious statement than to make a comment on the obvious. For example, you can probably guess the question/statement I have heard all day at work today (and pretty much since Friday). "You cut your hair!" "Did you cut your hair?" I wanted to say "Nope." Just to see. Maybe I should try that on the next one.
I mean, I do it too. "You cut your hair!" "Have you lost weight?" "You're married now!" "You bought new jeans!" "Are you pregnant?" (The most risky of questions, it seems.)
This is my favorite:
Suzy was looking for Johnny and couldn't find him anywhere. As she turned the corner to go down another hallway, she saw him. Suzy exclaimed, "There you are!"
Really? There. you. are. Thank you Captain Obvious. I wasn't sure where I was. Next time I'm gonna respond, "Thanks! I couldn't find me anywhere!"