Giving myself a haricut at uc berkeley dorms (comb-over)
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Guys, this is the parts where I'm going to cut my hair because my hair isn't an army regulations. I need a taper my sides so they look slick and also in the front. I got to cut them, too, because their standards are just that the's this top. You can't go past a head, the eyes and the back here. He hasn't see, Probably not, um, can touch to college. So those are the two standards, and therefore I gotta shave him. For the first time we're gonna use is that too. Guys, this is my new look for the day. So taking the elevator down, let's get some PT training inside. What's up, guys? So, as you know, I've cut my hair because it was in a regulation because there wasn't tapered er slim to the top. Then after a few weeks, they actually told me that my hair is not in the natural color, that I was just being, which is black, and therefore I need to cut it again is really frustrating. You know, the process is that you have to follow their strict guidelines or else you're gonna be busted. They're either going to make you do counseling sessions with them one on one. Talk about how that's disruptive towards their army protocol. They make you do physical training, actually, maybe even earlier in the morning, so definitely don't want it, um, go against their guidelines. If you're joining any branch of the military, make sure that if you're interested in just your hair style or any types of phase or anything, make sure that a tapered sides basically this these Harry here can't touch the ear. Um, your line can't go below the ear lobes. Uh, you can't have basically this house be two inches or less, and therefore it isn't. They, um, would result in consequences if you don't follow their guidelines and therefore you'LL see my hair transformed in two hours. As for Army regulation and I'm pretty G because, uh, the's are touching that year and it's around two inches, even less so, yeah.