Ever since he switched hairdressers, his wife always made remarks about the result.
“Are you sure he is qualified? I’d even be better at it.”
Came the Great Lockdown when most shops had to close and his appointment at the barber shop got cancelled.
After a few weeks his hair started getting unmanageable, so he said: “Go ahead, dear, show us you can do a better job.”
She started handling scissors and trimmers as if she were a pro, finally she stepped back, bent her head to the left, then to the right and said: “Ever considered wearing a hat?”
Author Notes: Hervé SUYS (°1968 - Ronse, Belgium) started writing short stories whilst recovering from a sports injury and hasn't stopped yet. He usually writes them hatless and barefooted.
Illustration by Vince Delhaye