Twitter discussed DIY haircuts gone wrong and you will not be able to stop laughing

Twitter has a lesson for all those who ever have passing thoughts about cutting their own tresses. The lesson is simple: 'it doesn't usually end well.' Read on.

We all have had that time when we got bored of our hairstyle or have had a bad hair day. How many times have you tried to cut your own hair and how many times have you ended up feeling stupid? Twitter shared some classic examples of how people felt after falling in trap and temptation of cutting their own hair and deeply regretting thereafter. If chopped right, those fringes, those bangs can give your personality a whole new look,  on the other hand you may just end up looking like a complete moron. The results are irreversible (at least for a few weeks, for some, even a few months), hence dangerous. *shudders*

Twitter has a lesson for all those who ever have passing thoughts about cutting their own tresses. The lesson is simple: ‘it doesn’t usually end well.’ So, beware!

These tweets perfectly and most hilariously summarize how people felt after they tried chopping off their own hair with their untrained hands. Needless to say, it, definitely, wasn’t a good idea at all. Some have even tried this while they were drunk and obviously they did not want to look that way next morning and afterwards. ROFL.

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