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(as) conceited as a barber's cat

Very narcissistic or vain. Don't invite Joe to lunch unless you want to hear him brag about all the important things he's doing in his new job. He's just as conceited as a barber's cat lately.
See also: cat, conceited

*conceited as a barber's cat

Rur. very conceited; vain. (*Also: as ~.) Ever since he won that award, he's been as conceited as a barber's cat.
See also: cat, conceited
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It dawned on Maki that barbering was a traditional craft that he could excel in, love and enjoy.
Maki went to the New England School of Barbering in Penacook for training.
Bernstein (1994), for example, details how licensing laws have historically been used to reduce the number of African-Americans in certain occupations such as barbering. As Kuznicki (2009) points out, government power exercised through things like occupational licensure is never neutral when it comes to race.
(1979) "Licensing in the Barbering Profession." Industrial and Labor Relations Review 32 (2): 242-49.
"If you're already a barber, and you're trying to become an instructor, we don't need to discuss anything about barbering. I need to know that you know how to teach."
Matthews said she fought for the cosmetology board combination alternative because she thinks barbering has more in common with that field than with other boards.
LSB uses a proven training approach that has revolutionised the way students learn the skills of barbering and male hairdressing in the UK.
London School of Barbering is a private barbering and male hairdressing academy located in London, United Kingdom.
The discussion will explore the reasons behind the barbering industry's exponential growth, in addition to how a barbering education can help prospective students meet an ever-increasing demand for high-quality barbering services.
Students will receive tangible examples of what success can realistically look like within the barbering industry.
The opening of the second Charlotte campus is a response to increasing demand for professional education and high-level training for the barbering industry.