bad hair day:
This expression comes from the idea that when a person has a difficult time grooming their hair in the morning, the rest of their day is also difficult to manage.
This expression is used to describe something in a humorous or funny way.
— Yesterday, my mom was having a bad hair day so I decided to show her my report card this evening.
— Sarah's crying because she's having a bad hair day. First, she forgot about the manager's meeting and second, she had prepared the report for the wrong client.
— Avoid the boss if you can. He's having yet another bad hair day and is taking his frustrations out on everyone.
— I'm having a real bad hair day. When I got in the car I noticed I was wearing my pajama bottoms and I had to run back into my house and change into my work pants. As a result, I was 20 minutes late.
— I feel so stupid wearing a baseball cap with my skirts and dresses in the morning as I go to work but I don't want to have another bad hair day. The humidity turns my hair into a curly, frizzy mess.
— I just throw my hair up in a ponytail every time I have a bad hair day.
— Is she having another bad hair day? Ha, ha, yes, maybe we should get her a gift certificate to the hair salon.
— Sorry I can't go out—I’m having a bad hair day so I’ve decided to just stay home and rest tonight.
— Whenever I'm having a bad hair day I just throw on a baseball cap and get going anyhow.
— He's having a bad hair day despite the fact that he's bald.
— I'm going to send my wife some flowers today. She's having a bad hair day after literally getting an awful haircut.
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