Cara or C.C., whichever you prefer (ms_octopus_lady) wrote in thequestionclub,
Cara or C.C., whichever you prefer

So today, I posted on my Facebook how I'm really sick of my long hair and just want to take a sword to it like Mulan.

I used to work at a comic book store, and the owner's wife has her own hair salon. When I used to work at the comic book store, she would cut my hair for free.

Anyway, my old boss's wife left a comment on my post saying, "I'm sure I could get you a cut," and then the manager, who I am also friends with, said, "call the salon tomorrow, let professionals cut your hair with that sword."

I can't tell if they're offering to give me a haircut for free/at a discount or if they're just joking around.

I want to respond with something like, "As soon as I save up enough money, I will!" But I don't want them to think I'm passive aggressively trying to drop hints to give me a haircut for cheaper/nothing at all.

But saying something like, "Wait, are you offering me a haircut at a discount?" sounds awkward and presumptuous.

So what should I say, TQC? Should I say anything at all? I've been wanting to get my hair cut at her salon again since I had to quit my comic book store job, but her prices are...fucking ridiculous.
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