Written by Trollbuster General

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

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Unless they strike it rich like J. K. Rowling, writers can often find themselves strapped for cash. (Harry Potter! That was magic, right?) So here's a guaranteed, sure fire, money spinning idea. Are you ready for this? Okay, here it is: OPEN UP A MEN'S BARBER SHOP AND EMPLOY NAKED WOMEN TO CUT THEIR HAIR!

Take my word for it, in a few short hours the place will be packed solid. Bald men will be peering in through the window to see what they're missing. They'll be like penniless schoolboys outside a fucking sweet shop.

To maximise your earnings you could include a wig hire service. That way, those unfortunates suffering from alopecia or a thinning dome will not feel prejudiced. When I suggested this idea to my wife, she was horrified.

'You'd have the shop full of dirty old men!' she cried. - Precisely! As far as I'm concerned, their money's as good as anyone else's.

Actually, you'd end up attracting a load of wankers. Of course, there'd be a Health & Safety issue. The customer's head would be in close proximity to the woman's body and she could easily poke his eyes out with her nipples. So each customer would be issued with safety goggles, for a small extra charge, of course.

Now just imagine a chain of these shops worldwide. You'd make billions! And you'd be producing a lot of well-groomed men into the bargain. Of course, you could extend the franchise to include women's salons.

Let's not be sexist. Here, well endowed athletic young studs with rippling biceps, could do the cutting. And a nice dollop of cum will add body to her hair!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Money, Writing

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