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    That this is your fourth marriage. That the first three each lasted no more than two years. That this time you chose your birthday for your wedding date so that you would remember your anniversary.
    This is only the second time I have met you. That’s a lot of personal info to vomit out. But it sure made me laugh!

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    I think we're like bartenders! The things owners confide in us...guess that means they trust us or maybe that we only talk to dogs!
    Old groomers never die, they just go at a slower clip.

    Groom on!!!

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    • #3
      OH how I can relate to this.......if the relatives of one of my customers knew the stuff he told me about their family they would be mortified...drives me crazy

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      • #4
        A client calls to cancel and reschedule her appointment. She tells me “My husband is having a colonoscopy that day”
        In the background I hear a man shout, “You didn’t have to tell her THAT!”

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        • #5
          Yep, I know way more than I need to about my clients lives. I also know some would be mortified if they knew that I knew all that personal stuff. I often ask my husband if I have a sign on my forehead that's sez "tell me ALL your troubles" LOL
          Ain't always easy to stand up for what is right.

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          • #6
            Well Mr Married Four Times was back last week ( he’s actually a fairly regular client). Sounds like there are cracks in the marriage. I mean, how DARE his 60 something year old wife with health issues ask him to move the laundry from the basement to the first floor? And how DARE she suggest that a ranch house would be better for them than a two story? Ummm..Mr Inappropriate, you asked for change. Can I have it back? No free therapy sessions.

            I absolutely appreciate some of the lessons learned and changes brought by the pandemic. Curbside being the best!! I will never give up curbside! If that old coot was in my shop it would have been difficult to dislodge him and his complaints. But curbside? I just head toward my door, standing with my hand on the doorknob if necessary.

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            • #7
              And you know there are things in life at that stage or predicament you should just do. Single floor home for certain when getting older. My mom taught me that. She wasn’t a picky person, but had insight into many wise practical things.

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              • #8
                Old but funny thread.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KarlaSnyder View Post
                  I think we're like bartenders! The things owners confide in us...guess that means they trust us or maybe that we only talk to dogs!
                  I am buying next round.

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