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summer pictures. [25 Jul 2006|12:25am]

my friends and i were bored tonight, so we tried to blow bubbles. who knows the ratio of soap to glycerin? only a few managed to break out of the wands and actually become bubbles, and the others popped when they were too big inside.

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Live, Onstage... in Philly. [25 Jul 2006|11:56am]
[ mood | amused ]

Yeah. It's me. A little large, a little blurry, but it's me.
You can see my dreads in a few of these... before you ask: 13 years. Going on 14 now.

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: P [25 Jul 2006|04:38pm]
I started to dread my hair today, but...

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[25 Jul 2006|06:45pm]
my dreads are 15 months old
and this is what i do

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[25 Jul 2006|07:14pm]
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My dreads are going to be a year old in a couple of weeks. As a birthday present I'm dying them brown (Read more...Collapse )) so I can give them a little dye break. Man this year has gone by quickly! I'm going to post a timeline on the birthday post because I'm lazy now.
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[25 Jul 2006|08:02pm]
today is the 10-month anniversary of this, my 2nd set of locks. believe it or not, they're even scruffier in person.

so here is a huge picture post starring: my grungy ass
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[25 Jul 2006|08:51pm]

i finished my dreads today. my friend didnt quite get the method of backcombing so i did them myself.

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cleaning (not washing) dreads? [25 Jul 2006|10:52pm]
hey guys n gals -
i figured this would be the best ever place to ask this:
my dreads are a little bit over a year old; i swim a lot (am a lifeguard, so getting in the pool is pretty much an every-day occurrence). i try to rinse my dreadies out before or after swimming, but still, they are seemingly coated in chlorine (and hair dye, and other random chemicals that make them stiff and wayyy too hard to feel normal)... i was wondering - what (if anything specific) could i use to get chemicals and shit out of dreads? i use dr. bronners to wash them once every couple weeks or so, but...
yah! thanks in advance for any suggestions you may offer.
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