Just who is the Nazi who invented this hairstyle?
Granted, Bossy holds a grudge against any hairdo that isn’t falling out of bed and tah-dah! Bossy has never been good at hair, maybe because she is actually a man.
In whatever case, Bossy’s daughter is taking ballet lessons for the first time this year, an activity she will engage in twice a week after school — not that Bossy’s readers wouldn’t have found out in their own time, as Bossy’s vile curses project over all the land while she tries to wrestle the alligator that is Bossy’s daughter’s hair.
Come along with Bossy as she attempts to create a ballet bun for her daughter. Note: this is a simulation. Bossy’s daughter knows better than to place Bossy in charge of her ballet hair without many days of practice.
The first problem: Bossy had no hair gel to
waste use in this bun experiment. Creating a slight breach of etiquette, Bossy moved directly to the rubber band step:
Next it was time for Bossy to begin with the twisting and the pinning and the oyveying:
There was no other recourse than to call in the Delightful One who has been taking ballet a few days shy of forever. The intent was a hands-on tutorial in bunning. She began by twisting:
And then she poked, tucked, stabbed, secured, smoothed, jabbed, and pinned:
It was all over in seconds and then the family stood back and marveled at the plethora of firmly held hair:
Later today Bossy will attempt to recreate this bun, and about that, Bossy can sum up her fear of hair pins in this way: Why couldn’t Bossy’s daughter like soccer? No Nazi hairstyles there.
Which is what today’s Ten-Word Challenge is all about. In exactly ten words, can you tell Bossy about an extra curricular activity you did as a kid and the accompanying garb or equipment you needed, not to mention the changes you put your parents through?
And be sure to check back later today for the extra-ist of all internet curriculars.
Finally, if you missed last week’s Challenge, click here to read what Bossy’s council did on their summer vacations, cleverly summarized in ten words, of course.