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Every woman knows this card all too well, and some men…
You know it’s coming when you are standing in front of the mirror teasing, curling, brushing and exhausting all your tricks with products. The more you work at it and try to fix it, the worse it gets. And then you stare at it. There is no way to avoid the card being dealt, it’s already laying on the sticky bathroom counter. You hang your head in defeat and shed a tear or ten. Or maybe you are the angry type and chuck your $15 bottle of Victoria’s Secret’s So Sexy Style Body & Hold Volumizing Mousse out the bathroom window (I relate more to you). You’ve just been dealt the “Bad Hair Day” card sweetie. You let out a sigh and search for something good about this hideous quaff. Conclusion: It’s the ugliest, most hanis hair imaginable. And now it’s time to go because there is not enough time in the day to help this hopeless do. Work, Appointments, School…life is waiting for you to join. The most terrible thing about the “Bad Hair Day” card is it’s actually useless. It doesn’t give you an excuse or a way out, its more like a right of passage. Welcome to womanhood! Or hair conscious manhood.
If you become paralyzed by the bad hair and absolutely can not function in public with the bird nest you are rocking, I suggest using the “I’m sick but not really sick” card. It sounds better when breaking commitments.