By linda - 22/11/2010 21:14 - United States
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Not to mention it's virtually impossible to mix up pink/violet dye with blonde dyes because they are all different colour dyes. Blondes tend to be white to light brown, whereas pink and purple are... what was it again? Oh, right! PINK and PURPLE. They are also not permanent colours, so they fade with washes and are easy as hell to strip.
You should sue. Since it was THEIR fault that your hair color was mixed with someone else's they should offer you a free do-over. FYL for getting a crappy salonist.
1) Puerto Rico is an American territory, so she could be called American after all depending on how you look at it. 2) It's only a select few that give Americans the reputation of being sue-happy, we aren't all like that. 3) That bit with the razor is just plain disturbing. But other than that, I agree with you, #13, about how suing would be a completely outrageous overreaction.
people that live in puerto Rico aren't Americans you dumbass, they're north Americans, big difference (or south Americans? idk I suck at geography). A Canadian is not American, we're north American. Maybe puerto Tucana wish they were American, but sucks to be them, doesn't it?