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Mon, 05-12-2014 - 1:31pm

It is FINALLY warm by me Laughing

1. Do you have allergies to pollen? What are your symptoms?

2. Did you do anything fun for Mother's Day?

3. When it is humid, does your hair go straight or frizz up?

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 1:57pm
jamblessedthree wrote:
<p>I had short hair in high school, that was the early 1980s but I remember big hair in 1982 around prom time. When I think of 1990s I think of the Rachel cut (from friends).</p><p>I wonder if you would notice the difference b/w artificial hair dye and pigmentation that looks like dye, rollmops. It's odd to me you would pick up more on dye more than frizz.</p>

Why would it be odd?  Differences are beautiful, I thought you got that?  RM grew up in a diffferrent culture than us.  But even us Americans can be quite different from eachother.

She HAS lived in the United States and seems quite familiar with the things that are done over here. 

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 2:00pm

blackandwhitemolly wrote:
<blockquote><div style="font-weight:bold"><em>jamblessedthree</em> wrote:</div>&lt;p&gt;I had short hair in high school, that was the early 1980s but I remember big hair in 1982 around prom time. When I think of 1990s I think of the Rachel cut (from friends).&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;I wonder if you would notice the difference b/w artificial hair dye and pigmentation that looks like dye, rollmops. It's odd to me you would pick up more on dye more than frizz.&lt;/p&gt;</blockquote><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"></p><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">Why would it be odd?  Differences are beautiful, I thought you got that?  RM grew up in a diffferrent culture than us.  But even us Americans can be quite different from eachother.</p><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"><strong>She HAS lived in the United States and seems quite familiar with the things that are done over here. </strong></p>
  Why are you so invested in the texture of women's hair?

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 2:07pm
Omg, why do you care what RM thinks or how Bord wears her hair?
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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 2:29pm

blackandwhitemolly wrote:
<blockquote><div style="font-weight:bold"><em>jamblessedthree</em> wrote:</div>&lt;p&gt;I had short hair in high school, that was the early 1980s but I remember big hair in 1982 around prom time. When I think of 1990s I think of the Rachel cut (from friends).&lt;/p&gt;&lt;p&gt;I wonder if you would notice the difference b/w artificial hair dye and pigmentation that looks like dye, rollmops. It's odd to me you would pick up more on dye more than frizz.&lt;/p&gt;</blockquote><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"></p><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">Why would it be odd?  Differences are beautiful, I thought you got that?  RM grew up in a diffferrent culture than us.  But even us Americans can be quite different from eachother.</p><p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"><strong>She HAS lived in the United States and seems quite familiar with the things that are done over here. </strong></p>

But again--we are all different than eachother.  Having an opinion on hair and whether you think dark roots is a good thing and whether you think dyed hair looks good and RM does not or she doesn't notice frizzy hair much or even think much about it either way---different personalities, different experiences.  Why argue about opinion on hair?  Commenting on how you see things is not the same thing as arguing that RM DID live here and SHOULD know these things.  It's stupid.  

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:11pm
I thought your hair was frizzy bordwithypu, from the looks in the photos you've shared here anyway, Maybe that's a better example of one.

 

 

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:13pm

jamblessedthree wrote:
I thought your hair was frizzy bordwithypu, from the looks in the photos you've shared here anyway, Maybe that's a better example of one.
Yes, it is frizzy.  Haven't you been reading my posts?

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:32pm

I thought your hair was frizzy bordwithypu, from the looks in the photos you've shared here anyway, Maybe that's a better example of one.

She has frizz pride lol

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:36pm

blackandwhitemolly wrote:
<p><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">I thought your hair was frizzy bordwithypu, from the looks in the photos you've shared here anyway, Maybe that's a better example of one.</span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">She has frizz pride lol</span></strong></p>

I'm not sure if it's frizz pride, or frizz indifference.   It's hair, for crying out loud. Trying to "fix" the texture of the hair I was born with to go along with some arbitrary fashion standard strikes me as akin to black women wanting to bleach their skin because some people think it's better to have light skin, or Asian women getting surgery to have their eyes look more caucasian.

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:43pm

I'm not sure if it's frizz pride, or frizz indifference.   It's hair, for crying out loud. Trying to "fix" the texture of the hair I was born with to go along with some arbitrary fashion standard strikes me as akin to black women wanting to bleach their skin because some people think it's better to have light skin, or Asian women getting surgery to have their eyes look more caucasian.

It is called enhancing your natural beauty. 

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Wed, 05-14-2014 - 4:49pm

blackandwhitemolly wrote:
<p><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">I'm not sure if it's frizz pride, or frizz indifference.   It's hair, for crying out loud. Trying to "fix" the texture of the hair I was born with to go along with some arbitrary fashion standard strikes me as akin to black women wanting to bleach their skin because some people think it's better to have light skin, or Asian women getting surgery to have their eyes look more caucasian.</span></p><p><strong><span style="font-size:13px; text-align:left">It is called enhancing your natural beauty. </span></strong></p>
Or, as some people call it, it's being a slave to fashion.  Throughout the centuries women have deformed themselves, exposed themselves to dangerous chemicals, spent significant portions of their income on useless products, and allowed their self-esteem to suffer because they didn't measure up to some externally-imposed standard of fashion.  I'm not interested.

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