So long long time ago, even before Facebook (If you are below 20, this might not be a thing at all), stages of relationships were determined differently. Telling a boy that your hair was indeed not your hair was akin to becoming Facebook Official.
So I have collected stories from days gone by with reactions to that all important moment:
My responses in italics, some of these things I said, some I couldnt, but I surely thought.
I prefer girls with long hair. ( Don't worry love, he has NEVER been with a girl with long hair, he just doesn't know it.)
He freaked out because it was someone else's hair he had been touching. (Ofcourse it was your hair, you paid for it. )
He dumped me a few days later. I was not the girl he fell in love with apparently. (Me thinks he found an easy way out)
He thought I had cut my hair. (Well, he ain't no Einstein, but I guess he gets to stay)
He didn't notice. (Umm, right, if I ask how long it took him to notice, I may have to become an agony aunt, so let's move on.)
He screamed. (Damn, girl hook me up with your weavologist's number if she made you look that different)
He said he loved the new look. (Nice one player, you live to see another weave)
I am sure some of you have heard different responses to this? Please share.