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We will stand out and it will not be a problem finding each other.

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Beekay how about some extension's   Now Boys       :jumping:

 

                                            "Come On "

 

                                        (I mean HAIR EXtension's)           noblue

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39 minutes ago, mary1947 said:

            (I mean HAIR EXtension's

To have HAIR extensions,  one needs some hair to fit them to. At 3mm long I've decided to have a perm or maybe plaits. Wouldn't want a ponytail, that would make me look like a saddo. Do you have any perm rollers, the size of chicken bones?

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Just got back from eye casualty. I was assembling one of those perspex front door canopies and I’d taken my glasses off so I could see what I was doing (I’m of that age!). I’d got one end of the bracket on and was bending the perspex to get the other end on, when it shot off, and propelled by the spring of the perspex, hit me right in the eye. Apparently I’ve scratched my eye all the way across, fortunately missing the pupil, but can see okay. Antibiotic ointment for 5 days, drops for a month, and go back Sunday for another look.

To add insult to injury, they put something in my eye which (though I didn’t realise until I got home) stained my cheek bright orange. I’ve come home on the bus looking like bloody Coco the Clown!

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28 minutes ago, Jill Sparrow said:

Couldn't get any first go so had a second stab!  This needlephobic was not happy!

Happens all the time with me Jill.......thin veins...i'm such a delicate soul////

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I  went for a Tattoo late one night after drinking in Coalville when i lodged at '''Big Mauds''' it was in a caravan ..whilst waiting with some other drinkers i Sobered up.....and Legged it''........so my body is still ''TATTOOLESS''   and ever more shall be so.....edit.... Why did i tell you that ? oh yes needles scare me to bits.....

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Eye, eye, AG,  sounds painful.  Hope you're soon feeling better.  They used to put those orange drops in mum's eyes when I took her for her ophthalmologist appointments. She always washed her face before we came home. It was stubborn stuff to remove.

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50 minutes ago, Beekay said:

To have HAIR extensions,  one needs some hair to fit them to. At 3mm long I've decided to have a perm or maybe plaits. Wouldn't want a ponytail, that would make me look like a saddo. Do you have any perm rollers, the size of chicken bones?

I used to perm my mum’s hair and I well remember the tiny rollers which were the size of chicken bones!  The longer ones were pink and the shorter ones were blue.  The hair was rolled up and the rollers were fixed in place with laggy bands.    I quite liked the permy smell but my dad used to complain....

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I’m not bothered at all by needles.  Think I’ve said on here before, I used to let the junior nurses practice giving me intramuscular injections (just sterile water) before they were let use on the patients.

.... and tattoos don’t worry me at all either

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Cut down a small partly dead tree in the front garden - well, Paul did about 7/8 of the hard work.  I just secateured the branches and packed them into a couple of square metre bags to take to the tip.  It took us nearly 3 hours to do it, though.   Paul wants to take up the whole tree up but I noticed two small new shoots nearly at ground level, so I think it should be given a second chance!   

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BK. The tree had multiple ‘trunks?’ - I suppose it was more of a very large bush.  It had variegated leaves like a privet but the thick branches were all intertwined.  Many of the branches had died over this last year...

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4 hours ago, Beekay said:

To have HAIR extensions,  one needs some hair to fit them to. At 3mm long I've decided to have a perm or maybe plaits. Wouldn't want a ponytail, that would make me look like a saddo. Do you have any perm rollers, the size of chicken bones?

I'm sure I can find some small rods just for you. B. I might event treat you to a Twink Perm (ladies wil no what i mean) or ask her indoor's she will know what a twink PW was or even the pin perm. Don't think you would like the look of either of them B as you would just look a frizzy mess. No I think we will stick with the Extensions we can melt your hair on to them. I think you would look great I'm sure all the ladies would fall for you.  xxxx:rolleyes:

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5 minutes ago, mary1947 said:

To have HAIR extensions, 

 

Don't need 'em so I'm staying out if this conversation, my hair is now long enough to touch my shoulders...:blink:

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In actual fact Mary, up until about 12 years ago, before I started having a 3mm haircut, Tina used to perm my hair as it's normally straight. If left a couple of days, it would look like a chip pan, all lank. Perming it used to put some life into it. Then we tried trimming it and the rest is history. Having short hair is easier to manage and I ain't been to a barber for years.

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