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@poopiepants
04/05/10 04:31:27PM
19 posts

Vegetarian, to be or not to be?


Dreads and Diets

I'm not sure what happened in the last post there but it quoted twice! Sorry about that.
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
04/05/10 03:49:03PM
19 posts

Vegetarian, to be or not to be?


Dreads and Diets

soaringeagle said:
the simplest reason to not eat it is

if u stiop eatting meat fir a year 1 biye will give u a fever and make u puke

u stop eatting potatoes for a year and starting to eat em again wont harm u at all

the fact that your body rejects it as a toxic substance is all the proof you need that its not right to eat it

after s few years veg if u accidently eat it its so disgusting u feel it rotting inside u yopur whole body feels rtoxic you get desperate to get it out of u u will even take large doses of laxatives or try to puke days later just to flush iy out
and u will feel gross untill u do

ive accidently eatten it twice in last 25 years and i thought i was gonna die
it was horrible
I have to disagree with this. I've gone over a year with no meat more than once, and have never puked when eating it again. Once moving out of my parents house(many moons ago), meat eating has never been a daily thing for me, and I've never had anything close to an adverse reaction. When I eat Asparagus(even just one spear), I get the most horrible gas I've ever smelled. Too bad cause I love asparagus.I thought humans required a certain amount of Taurine. The only natural source is from meat eggs & dairy(breast milk included!!) isn't it?soaringeagle said:
the simplest reason to not eat it is

if u stiop eatting meat fir a year 1 biye will give u a fever and make u puke

u stop eatting potatoes for a year and starting to eat em again wont harm u at all

the fact that your body rejects it as a toxic substance is all the proof you need that its not right to eat it

after s few years veg if u accidently eat it its so disgusting u feel it rotting inside u yopur whole body feels rtoxic you get desperate to get it out of u u will even take large doses of laxatives or try to puke days later just to flush iy out
and u will feel gross untill u do

ive accidently eatten it twice in last 25 years and i thought i was gonna die
it was horrible
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/26/10 10:18:10AM
19 posts

dreadheadhq scores an F rating with the better business bureau


Dread Products

And I'm not responsible for anyone that is burned after reading any of my posts!!soaringeagle said:
om amazed we havent heard of anyone being severely burned

PoopiePants said:
I really don't want anyone reading this to think they should try wax in their hair, but you can dunk a dread in suitably heated water without burning your skin. I didn't say it was safe though, just said it can be done. 3rd degree burns anyone??

soaringeagle said:
to raise wax to s temp of 140 to melt it you need a water temp higher then 140 and a duration long enough to bring the wax to the melting point
try heatting water to say 160 put youir hand in it and see how long you can handle it wikki says skin will burn at 130 so wax must be hotter then the temp to injure u to remove it PoopiePants said:
The melting point of beeswax is 60-67degC(140-152.6 deg F). It DOES melt in hot water. The link you posted says that during the cleaning process of beeswax(not dreads!) "....it is washed repeatedly in the molten state by adding hot water..."

I'm not in any way trying to support wax, but this is the info I got from the link. I don't support ANY hair products(dreadlock or otherwise). And fucking hate douchebags like JC. Anubis said:
He also states in part B of the wax controversy videos that the wax will wash out. I want to ask him where he gets his information because there is enough easily accessible information to prove otherwise....that is unless you want to dunk your head in ether.
The vegetable oil used to suspend the wax washes out, the wax stays.
Always find references =D http://lipidbank.jp/cgi-bin/detail.cgi?id=WWA2101
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/26/10 10:04:41AM
19 posts

dreadheadhq scores an F rating with the better business bureau


Dread Products

Goo Gone is great for removing the sticky crud left over from price tags, and getting chewing gum off your shoe. It might even work getting wax out of dreads(I will never know for sure), but if it is safe and does work I hope the people that do wax spend the 5 bucks on it instead of another jar of wax. I got a great laugh out of that page. Dread "Products" seem so pretentious to me.Knottysleeves said:
For laughs, you might also enjoy the posts and pictures in DHHQ's facebook group, ironically titled "The truth about Dreadhead Dread Wax : Setting the Record Straight"
Here's a discussion thread from someone who recommends using a chemical solvent called "Goo Gone" to remove wax from dreads:http://www.facebook.com/#!/topic.php?uid=210691366729&topic=10770In their last post they say "ive used 2 bottles of the stuff on my dreads in the past 7 months" but in a post further up the page, they insist "wax is great" and helpfully advises over-waxers to "use goo gone like shampoo for a few days and you can start all over again until u figure out the balance".... So, use a sticky and impossible-to-measure-properly product in your hair to hold your non-locking dreads together, then use an industrial solvent to get rid of it and start all over again? WHERE DO I SIGN UP? The logic is truly baffling.
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/26/10 02:46:06AM
19 posts

dreadheadhq scores an F rating with the better business bureau


Dread Products

I really don't want anyone reading this to think they should try wax in their hair, but you can dunk a dread in suitably heated water without burning your skin. I didn't say it was safe though, just said it can be done. 3rd degree burns anyone??soaringeagle said:
to raise wax to s temp of 140 to melt it you need a water temp higher then 140 and a duration long enough to bring the wax to the melting point
try heatting water to say 160 put youir hand in it and see how long you can handle it wikki says skin will burn at 130 so wax must be hotter then the temp to injure u to remove itPoopiePants said:
The melting point of beeswax is 60-67degC(140-152.6 deg F). It DOES melt in hot water. The link you posted says that during the cleaning process of beeswax(not dreads!) "....it is washed repeatedly in the molten state by adding hot water..."

I'm not in any way trying to support wax, but this is the info I got from the link. I don't support ANY hair products(dreadlock or otherwise). And fucking hate douchebags like JC. Anubis said:
He also states in part B of the wax controversy videos that the wax will wash out. I want to ask him where he gets his information because there is enough easily accessible information to prove otherwise....that is unless you want to dunk your head in ether.
The vegetable oil used to suspend the wax washes out, the wax stays.
Always find references =D http://lipidbank.jp/cgi-bin/detail.cgi?id=WWA2101

updated by @poopiepants: 07/23/15 12:49:11PM
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/24/10 10:22:01AM
19 posts

dreadheadhq scores an F rating with the better business bureau


Dread Products

The melting point of beeswax is 60-67degC(140-152.6 deg F). It DOES melt in hot water. The link you posted says that during the cleaning process of beeswax(not dreads!) "....it is washed repeatedly in the molten state by adding hot water..."I'm not in any way trying to support wax, but this is the info I got from the link. I don't support ANY hair "Products" and fucking hate douchebags like JC.Anubis said:
He also states in part B of the wax controversy videos that the wax will wash out. I want to ask him where he gets his information because there is enough easily accessible information to prove otherwise....that is unless you want to dunk your head in ether.
The vegetable oil used to suspend the wax washes out, the wax stays. Always find references =D http://lipidbank.jp/cgi-bin/detail.cgi?id=WWA2101
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/24/10 09:28:35AM
19 posts

dread products review, knottyboy & dreadheadhq


Dread Products

Lock Peppa's ingredient Bentonite is also used for kitty litter!! It absorbs liquid pretty good.
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/19/10 11:19:22PM
19 posts

Help with Beads????


Dread Products

This is funny because I actually found one of these on the side of the road and took it apart for beads for necklaces. Since finding out that beads aid in the locking process, these were the first ones that came to my mind for me to use. Where I live in canaduh there's a dollar store(dollarama) that sells bamboo fishing rods. I got a bunch for making plugs for my earlobes. They'd actually make great beads too.soaringeagle said:
go to a junk yard, find a car with a beaded massage seat cover

cut it apart and u got 10000 beads
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/19/10 11:02:42PM
19 posts

Hello Everyone!


Introduce Yourself

Awesome! Thanks for the help SE. I'm going to try it out & see what happens.soaringeagle said:
salts cusrrosive to metal or skin but its very diluted in sweat i dont think it will eat holes in skin but will iritate it
and beads are best closer to tips
if u put it in the middle it wont dread below unless theres at least 6 inches or more below, but anything above the bead will dread much easier..ofcourse if its long enough u can put it anywhere and most of the hair below will dread if long enough


PoopiePants said:
How far up the hair? Right to the root, or midway?? I love macrame and have TONS of beads, so I'm curious what would be the most effective placement. Thanks for letting me know beads actually help the process cause I always thought they were just aesthetic.

and yeah sure salt will corrode metal, but I don't think that metal & hair(or skin) are the same thing. I'm pretty sure there's salt in our own sweat. Isn't sweat salt & water?
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soaringeagle said:
unknotted but u can add to any sections
PoopiePants said:
Do you mean add beads to sections that aren't knotted or Sections that are already starting to lock?

soaringeagle said:
u can try also adding beads to sections
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
03/19/10 02:05:31AM
19 posts

Hello Everyone!


Introduce Yourself

How far up the hair? Right to the root, or midway?? I love macrame and have TONS of beads, so I'm curious what would be the most effective placement. Thanks for letting me know beads actually help the process cause I always thought they were just aesthetic.and yeah sure salt will corrode metal, but I don't think that metal & hair(or skin) are the same thing. I'm pretty sure there's salt in our own sweat. Isn't sweat salt & water?.soaringeagle said:
unknotted but u can add to any sections
PoopiePants said:
Do you mean add beads to sections that aren't knotted or Sections that are already starting to lock?

soaringeagle said:
u can try also adding beads to sections
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