I have aggressive bangs. They do their own thing. They lay where they want to lay, they grow how they want to grow, and they have a history of attacking my face when they're too long. The only way to allieviate myself from the anxiety of having another bang attack, is to either keep them trimmed or get rid of them entirely. The agression generally occurs when I want to change my bang-control tactics and go from trimming to losing. This is the change that I have recently made. I have stopped the trimming and started the agonizing process of the growing. It goes without saying to tell you that my bangs have revolted to the new tactic and are now boycotting all conventional bang fasions, and have even started acting out violently. I has chosen, of course, the most vulnerable part of my face to attack - my eyes. The killer bangs tangle themselves into my eyelashes, they poke at my eyeballs, and they have even
been bold enough to tickle my nose. Complete anarchy is inevitable. I now face a desicion. Should the violence be tolerated as part of the growing process? Should the antagonistic bangs be subdued with a scissors? I admit I am not adept to bang politics. I am ill prepared for this conflict.