Two old ladies

“The two old ladies were in total agreement;
the trouble with young people was not only
that they made themselves ridiculous:
dyeing their hair absurd colours and
wearing tastless clothing: but that they
wasted so much time and were so rude
to others.
The two old ladies were glad they had
agreed for once; they pulled on their
simulated fur coats and hurried off to spend
the rest of the day at the hairdresser’s:
he was a nice man, despite his wife, and
he always did such a good job with their
pink rinses”

Mike Starkey from the book “Frogs and Princes