Barber Giving Away Free CONDOMS After Every Haircut Was Making A Big Mistake Everytime He Passed One On

Barber Giving Away Free CONDOMS After Every Haircut Was Making A Big Mistake Everytime He Passed One On

The 23-year-old hairdresser named Jake Gamez from Texas said that the haircut he gives to his customers make them irresistable.

Have you ever been to a hairdresser, who gives you free condoms with a haircut? Well, assuming that most of us usually get some free coupons or vouchers or gift hampers at our hairdresser's getting a condom is really unheard of. But not anymore!



A 23-year-old hairdresser from Texas is giving away one free condom to every customer he is giving a haircut. However, he is making that giveaway useless as he is rendering the contraceptives unusable by punching holes in them with a stapler, reported Metro.

Jake Gamez, of Fadeaway Barbershop in Beeville, Texas, shared a picture of a condom attached to his business card on Twitter, with the caption, "Gotta include one of these with every card! You're going to need it after I cut your hair. Trust me." It goes without saying that the man overlooked the potentially grave consequences of a condom having a hole inside while distributing the free condoms attached to his business cards.


Gamez handed out the free condoms because he claims that his haircuts would make his male customers irresistible. While tweeting the pictures of the condom, he said, "Gotta include one of these with every card! You’re going to need it after I cut your hair. Trust me.”

The barber, who was promoting his business named Fadeaway  Barbershop in the Lone Star state received a lot of criticism after he punched holes in all of his condoms, thus rendering these condoms useless, which means that the very reason for which condoms are used stands redundant thanks to the staple holes in it. 


A number of people on Twitter pointed out that maybe it was an attempt to create future business. One person said, "Wonderful… now you can bring your son to get a fade too! Another one said, "Stapled it so he could get generations of clients; not to actually help them have safe sex."

A third one added, "This guy knows business Step one – cut hair Step two – client uses condom Step three – cut clients hair then cut child’s hair. Step four – rinse and repeat." 


But Jake was not butthurt from being made as a joke, he retweeted everyone who said that it was a part of his business plan. It is not known if Gamez made a mistake or is he an evil genius, but it seems unlikely that he would be this thick enough to punch staples through a condom. But, on the other hand, it also seems unlikely he would be evil enough to ruin the lives of childless and STI-free customers. The picture of his business card has been shared more than 8000 times, so the most likely case is that he is not evil, neither stupid, he is just very good at promoting himself and his business on social media. 



Recently, a piece of news surfaced that showed a British hairdresser has been giving free haircuts to homeless people as part of a wider campaign, #DoSomethingForNothing, which he founded in 2015.

Since he launched his campaign, the British man named Josh Coombes and his concept have gained huge traction and he said that it is all about connecting people with each other. He has also collaborated with veterinarian Jade Statt, who runs a service named Street Vet that send vets to the streets to provide aid to homeless people’s dogs. 


While speaking to Barcroft TV, he said, "I didn’t want it to just be about me and cutting hair. So, I came up with the hashtag and I always wanted other people to get involved." Coombes also explained that his initiative is all about how he can make an important impact and also be able to inspire others through the initiative. Both he and Satt explained that their admirable work has led them to meet a number of interesting people and that their days can be extremely unpredictable in terms of who they come across.  


They also said that their experiences have made them realize how lucky they are to have a safe and clean place to live and they will never take it for granted. Coombes also wanted to talk about the taboo that is there regarding homeless people and is encouraging people to engage with them and show small acts of kindness, even if it’s just saying hello rather than ignoring and isolating them altogether.

When they would attend to street dogs, Statt explained that she would typically cut their nails, clean their ears and give them de-worming. Along with her, she also carries antibiotics and painkillers just in case. 

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