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I used to work in food service, so I wore one.I would wear a brazier on my head if it means I'm going to get chocolate.
That thin paper net with elastic edge was my favorite bald head cover after surgery for head trauma. It didn't matter that it wasn't pretty--it was warm and comfy. Just the same, I'd rather wear one because I work in a chocolate factory!!
this blog is too cute! thanks for visiting mine :)I have never worn a hair net, but I think I would if I could work with chocolate!
I had to wear a hair cover nine years ago this summer when I had to guide my son into surgery. He had broken his arm, as he fell on a cycle trip to the swimming pool in Zoetermeer, and another cyclist rode over his arm. The orthopedic surgeon had to fix his arm.His arm healed properly, and he is now growing over my head Before that I had to wear one when I went into surgery... 18 years ago my gall bladder was removed.
no hairnets....maybe if choc was involved though!
No, I never did. But my Grandma Hansen wore them all the time.
Yes I have, it may have been in Home Ec. but I can't really remember. Many long years and sleeps ago =)
The last time I wore hair nets was for ballet lessons and exams! 25 years ago! I don't think I could work in a chocolate factory - I would eat it all!!!
aahhhh hairnets yes i've worn them but not with anything related to a positive just when i've had surgery.but if chocolate was involved i would't care if all i had to wear was just the hairnet.
No but I have worn a hair cover. I used to work as a unit secretary in the L&D at one of the hospitals here. Every now and then I'd have to step back there with hair and shoe covers. We already had to wear scrubs in that unit because you never knew what might happen.I've also had to wear them when I had surgery.
I've worn a hairnet everytime I have to have stinking surgery. I also wear a little mascara and I do my brows. You can't tell me that I can't wear make-up in surgery. No way. Not if I have to wear that stupid hairnet.
Hairnets are for the OR. You'd think they could go a little more stylish at a food shop.
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