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Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
06/13/13 12:37:11AM
233 posts



Got a new one as of two weeks ago -- I call this one the "Y-knot?" dread.

See what I did there.

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
03/22/13 02:13:35PM
233 posts



I call this one Crikey 'cause it kinda looks like a stingray...yeah, I'm going to hell.

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
03/21/13 08:25:44PM
233 posts



Ehehehe, never thought I'd see boobs on a dreadlock! XD

jazzymomma said:

ooo cool i got cool one to share:D:D:D seeee i named it the naked lady dread lol :D:D

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
03/16/13 10:41:11AM
233 posts



Bahahaha!

Medusaa said:

My entry is called The Escalator. Discovered it on my head a couple of weeks ago and it keeps looking stranger all the time. It's flat as hell too, which just makes it funnier...
Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
03/14/13 09:54:33PM
233 posts



:D

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
03/14/13 04:44:07PM
233 posts



The WTF dread. Loop moves to a different spot every day. Seriously, WTF is up with this thing. XD

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
01/26/14 09:35:00PM
233 posts

How do you take your vegan coffee?


General Questions

I'm not vegan, but I'm a fan of plant "milks." Ever tried hemp milk? It tastes very...earthy? IMHO, it's a much better addition to coffee than almond milk. And if you like egg nog, Silk makes a great soy nog (and yes, it's egg-free). I actually buy it just to put in my coffee/tea, haha.

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
01/07/14 11:38:07AM
233 posts

who wants in on the debate


General Talk

**if done properly.

Key phrase.


Tara C said:

I think it's a good idea. It's not meant to be hostile or an argument, it's meant to be sharing information and sharing opinions as a way of seeing where each side is coming from and promoting unity rather than judgment amongst the various kinds of people who dread in various ways. I think it can be very well done if done properly :)

Laura Earle said:

...It's just one can of worms after another being popped open on here.

I'm posting the same thing here as I am in response to that video.

Why should there be a debate over dreading methods? As long as someone is accepting of whatever the possible outcomes may entail, why can't they just do whatever makes them happy and not be judged?


updated by @Laura Earle: 07/22/15 07:10:31AM
Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
01/07/14 01:25:50AM
233 posts

who wants in on the debate


General Talk

...It's just one can of worms after another being popped open on here.

I'm posting the same thing here as I am in response to that video.

Why should there be a debate over dreading methods? As long as someone is accepting of whatever the possible outcomes may entail, why can't they just do whatever makes them happy and not be judged?

Laura Earle
@Laura Earle
01/01/14 05:35:16PM
233 posts

I twisted my 6.5 month old neglect dreads.


Dread Maintenance

"I know dreads are not about being perfect, but they are about being happy, and my dreads being sectioned well means a lot to me."

And there's nothing wrong with that. If you're not happy with a certain style, there's really no point in maintaining it, is there? Just be careful what you put in your hair and don't do anything you think you'll regret later. ;)

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