12. Complaining to the Hairdresser


A: You're spending a very long time on my hair.

B: I'm almost done.

A: I needed you to be finished an hour ago.

B: I'm all done now.

A: Are you sure you're finished?

B: I don't understand.

A: You did a horrible job on my hair.

B: What's wrong with it?

A: I don't like anything about it.

B: I apologize.

A: That's fine, but I'm not paying for it.

B: Excuse me? Let's try to work this out, okay?


A: It's taking you forever to do my hair.

B: Give me a minute.

A: You should've been done already.

B: There you go.

A: I don't think that you're done.

B: What's wrong?

A: My hair looks hideous.

B: What's so bad about it?

A: It doesn't look good at all.

B: Sorry about that.

A: I really hope that you didn't expect me to pay you for this.

B: Well, let me talk to my manager, okay?


A: What's taking you so long?

B: Don't worry. I'm almost finished.

A: I need you to hurry up.

B: All right. I'm finished.

A: I think there's more you need to do.

B: What do you mean by that?

A: My hair looks awful.

B: What don't you like about it?

A: I just don't like my hair.

B: I'm sorry that you don't like it.

A: I won't be paying you for this.

B: I'm sure we can work something out.

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