What does “Age Otori” mean?
Have you ever tried a new haircut that turned out to be a really bad idea? You thought you could flaunt your awesome new look but instead wanted to bury the whole thing under a hat? The Japanese have a word for this and it’s “Age-otori”. Pronounced (aah-gey-oh-toh-ree), and it means “to look worse after a haircut”. Here’s hoping your next haircut doesn’t make you use it!