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3 comments:

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Personally I think African women with the natural look peppercorns or afro's are well more natural and I prefer natural to bullshit the public relations image management. I think I would shave my head if I was African, too much hassle and time consuming (why I keep my short back and sides); with Euro hair, can't imagine having to deal with the hassle of African peppercorn hair.

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In the New South Africa, they split it up…they now make a distinction at colleges between hairdressers who do White people’s hair (straight hair) and what they call “Ethnic hair” (Kroes hare; Peppercorns). Yes people, you can actually do a hairdressing course in blow-drying peppercorns, straight.

Can you imagine? I am surprised that on the NQF (National Qualifications Framework) they did not include a Unit Standard on fore-arm body-building, because by God the poor women who have to put up with this crap must have forearm muscles equivalent to Swarzenegger.

The foregoing process of chemical treatment to first relax the hair in order to even do something with it forces my respect, because my first year knowledge of Lewis structures and valence electrons pales in comparison to the magic the women have to perform in order to straighten “Kroes hare”.

Kroes Hare wil geblow wees. [WBM]

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

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Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Personally I think African women with the natural look peppercorns or afro's are well more natural and I prefer natural to bullshit the public relations image management. I think I would shave my head if I was African, too much hassle and time consuming (why I keep my short back and sides); with Euro hair, can't imagine having to deal with the hassle of African peppercorn hair.

****

In the New South Africa, they split it up…they now make a distinction at colleges between hairdressers who do White people’s hair (straight hair) and what they call “Ethnic hair” (Kroes hare; Peppercorns). Yes people, you can actually do a hairdressing course in blow-drying peppercorns, straight.

Can you imagine? I am surprised that on the NQF (National Qualifications Framework) they did not include a Unit Standard on fore-arm body-building, because by God the poor women who have to put up with this crap must have forearm muscles equivalent to Swarzenegger.

The foregoing process of chemical treatment to first relax the hair in order to even do something with it forces my respect, because my first year knowledge of Lewis structures and valence electrons pales in comparison to the magic the women have to perform in order to straighten “Kroes hare”.

Kroes Hare wil geblow wees. [WBM]

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Correction:

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[EoP]: TruthSeeker: More News | MSPC: Kroes Hare Wil Geblow Wees [WiP]

Andrea Muhrrteyn said...

Personally I think African women with the natural look peppercorns or afro's are well more natural and I prefer natural to bullshit the public relations image management. I think I would shave my head if I was African, too much hassle and time consuming (why I keep my short back and sides); with Euro hair, can't imagine having to deal with the hassle of African peppercorn hair.

****

In the New South Africa, they split it up…they now make a distinction at colleges between hairdressers who do White people’s hair (straight hair) and what they call “Ethnic hair” (Kroes hare; Peppercorns). Yes people, you can actually do a hairdressing course in blow-drying peppercorns, straight.

Can you imagine? I am surprised that on the NQF (National Qualifications Framework) they did not include a Unit Standard on fore-arm body-building, because by God the poor women who have to put up with this crap must have forearm muscles equivalent to Swarzenegger.

The foregoing process of chemical treatment to first relax the hair in order to even do something with it forces my respect, because my first year knowledge of Lewis structures and valence electrons pales in comparison to the magic the women have to perform in order to straighten “Kroes hare”.

Kroes Hare wil geblow wees. [WBM]