By Lovemynewhaircut - 10/03/2015 18:47 - United States - Brentwood

Today, I got a new haircut. I was feeling pretty confident, until coworkers and family members kept making comments like, "I think you gained a little weight", "You look older" and "Do you still like guys?" Apparently, my new haircut changed my waist size and my sexual orientation. FML
I agree, your life sucks 31 141
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Who just asks someone "Do you still like guys?" That's pretty rude. FYL

If you like it, ignore the others. You do you.


If you like it, ignore the others. You do you.

Hell yeah, rock it op!

What kind of haircut did you get? Wasn't a mullet or anything by any chance, was it?

Of course! All the ladies and guys die for the mullet. -.-

I don't think it matters. if OP wants a mullet then OP can get a mullet.

$10 it's the "can I speak to the manager" haircut

Probably a pixie cut. I had one in the fourth grade.

Pay no mind to their comments. If you are confident with your new haircut, then that's all that should matter is that you're happy with it, regardless of what others think :)

Hard to be confident when only OP likes it. It is very hard to just ignore eveyone else's opinion as we are social creatures that care about what other people think (especially people close to you)

3 - Typical "you go" advice, and terrible. Clearly it doesn't look good and clearly she's uncomfortable about it. Have you considered that the OP could just be wrong?

If you like it who cares what any one else thinks.

It's only what you think that matters, as long as you enjoy your haircut no matter what anyone else says should matter. even if it makes everyone think youre gay.

their all just jealois that you lookin so fresh...head up OP!

Who just asks someone "Do you still like guys?" That's pretty rude. FYL

I also believe asking if someone put on weight is also rude and insensitive.

Pinklotusflowers 5

Hey OP here, I wrote this before making my profile if your wondering why I am not writing with the same nickname. Anyways, Im still rocking my A-line with confidence- I have a very judgemental circle of Friends/Family/coworkers as you can see. I like it, end of story. Thanks for the encouraging comments everyone!

Happy to hear that! Rock it all the way as long as you like it!

It happens to me all the time, in the form of rumors that I'm a lesbian. That's what I get for having short hair, I guess. Societal expectations are a bitch.

1dvs_bstd 41

Fans and critics said eminem's 'fack' song is one of his worst ever, you know what he did? He put the damn ******* song on his greatest hits album. Point is, you like it, you rock it with your initial confidence. If people don't like it, tell them to go suck a lemon or better yet hug a high tension cable.

8 - Terrible advice. She clearly can't "rock it" and lacks the confidance you cite. Time for a new doo.

No need for ignorance #28

#28 So OP should alter her life, change her appearance, and hide her feelings because obviously everyone else's views are what will truly make her happy and fulfilled in herself? You will have never truly lived if you carry on only to please others.

drayloon 50

"No, my new hair turned me I to a pussy-craving fatass" No point in taking their comments to heart, enjoy your hair

So with one haircut you became a confident, old, fat lesbian. Did you perchance go to the same barber who was planning on quitting and slicing people bangs off the other day?