Clearly I have chosen the wrong profession

marley-jenI know I’m getting in on this party a little late in the day, but that’s only because I’ve been on Craigslist all morning looking for a job at a hair salon.

Jennifer Aniston, not wanting to be upstaged by co-star Owen Wilson’s lovely tresses or canine co-star Marley’s shiny coat, spent $56,000 (of someone else’s money) to have a hair stylist run their fingers through her hair during the recent Marley & Me press tour in Europe.

The NY Daily News ran a story with quotes from well-known stylists, one of which compares Aniston’s luxurious need to a farmer needing a part for his tractor…………wait, what??

“You can’t put any price on it – it’s priceless,” says legendary hair stylist Edward Tricomi, co-founder of the elite Warren Tricomi salons.

Tricomi, who works with several celebrities, likens Aniston and her luscious – albeit pricey – locks to a farmer who might need a $4,000 part to repair his tractor.

“For celebrities, hair, make-up and stylists are exactly like that tractor part,” he explains.

Ohhhhhhh….ok, NOW it all makes sense. Struggling farmers & their tractors=frivolous celebrities & their hair. Thanks, Mr. Tricomi, for enlightening me! Now back to applying for beauty school.

Oh, and here’s a quick message from Marley about this matter…

Yo, bitches!  Where's MY $56,000-a-week groomer?  I'm calling Jacoby & Myers and suing all your asses!

Yo, bitches! Where's MY $56,000-a-week groomer? I'm calling Jacoby & Myers and suing all your asses!

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