A $100,000 girl’s haircut has been added to the list of things kids can’t afford.
It was discovered by a Redditor who spotted the photo on a Reddit user’s page.
The user, who goes by the handle “dude, dude,” told the Huffington Post that she’s not a fan of the idea of a $150 haircut for girls, as it’s “a little weird.”
Instead, she’s calling for a $50,000 haircut for boys.
“I am not sure how to handle the concept of a girl’s hairstyle without a $100K haircut, but I guess I’m going to have to,” she wrote.
The hairstyle comes from a Reddit post, in which a user named “dub”, who goes as “The_Llama_King”, explains the reason for the $50K haircut for the girls: “It’s the most expensive haircut in the world.”
In the post, Dub writes that the $150K haircut would be for a boy and his “girlfriend” and that he would get the rest of the money from the sale of the hair cut.
The hair cut is described as “unique,” and he says the price is the highest it’s ever been.
“You don’t need to ask where that $50M came from,” he writes.
“All you need to know is it was taken from your bank account.”
He also says he doesn’t think the haircut would work for a woman, either, but that he thinks it’s a good idea.
“There’s not too many girls out there who don’t look great without a few pieces of makeup,” he said.
“You can’t go wrong with a $250 haircut for a girl.”
Dub told HuffPost he has already had requests for the haircut for years, but has only seen a handful of offers.
The haircut is not available in his hometown of San Diego.
A Reddit user named Dankie posted a link to a similar Reddit post on April 1, where a user called “dubs” offered to buy the girl’s hair cut for $50.
“The price for this hair cut was $50k, but you could probably get a haircut for half that much if you went to the mall,” he wrote.
“So why is this so rare?
Because $50 is a lot of money for a haircut.
If you are willing to spend $50 to get a $30 haircut, you will be happier in a month than you are in a year.””
This hair cut would be a great deal for a guy who has been on the wrong side of the law for years,” he added.
“And I am not going to get in trouble because of it.”
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