Like this page? Then share it!
Dreadlocks Site Highly Recommends dreadlockshampoo.com

HashFlare

Forum Activity for @orange-clock

Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/21/10 04:17:23PM
72 posts

wax not so bad?


Dreading Methods

Has she been to grease. Thats not good lookingGoldenEagle said:
Here is a picture of dreadlocks that were kept waxed.

*Side note: I don't have wax in any of my own dreadlocks and never intend on using wax. The picture above is someone I know of and that is what her dreadlocks looked like with wax.*
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/21/10 03:40:46PM
72 posts

wax not so bad?


Dreading Methods

I don't really care if you use wax or not but the thing is it really is pointless and a waste of good money. I was never happy at my "made" dreadlocks anyhow so I am biased and wax is not necessary.
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/21/10 03:37:00PM
72 posts

Bad times :(


General Talk

Gutted
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/21/10 07:39:38AM
72 posts

Wax vs. No Wax dreadlocks


Dreading Methods

No wax dreadlocks are black-belt dreadlocks and therefore kick wax dreadlocks asses.
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/15/10 06:47:51AM
72 posts

Just Something to Consider


Dreads and Diets

Link no linger is viable
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/13/10 02:50:19PM
72 posts

New Group for ANYONE who is remotely interested in plant based/cruelty-free diet


Dreads and Diets

Crop cultivation means that there are usually some deaths due to pest control all the way from the field to the market. I know this from personal experience after walking through the fields and finding many corpses and many empty and many gun shot cases.Cruelty free means in truth would mean grow your own.
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/13/10 02:06:49PM
72 posts

What do you think?


Introduce Yourself

< (sits down with a glass and bottle of whisky. Opens and pours you a drink)Sun always shines on TV
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/12/10 10:03:13AM
72 posts

Being Offended. Is it really that bad?


General Talk

KnottyMama said:

Certainly in some cases no matter how hard you may try to word things as neutrally as possible, a person will be offended by it. In those cases it's usually best to walk away. I am pretty fond of the addage, "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all." When voicing an opinion, particularly one I know might not be very popular, I am very careful to word things using 'I' statements. 'I think', or 'I believe' so it can't be misconstrued as me trying to push my beliefs on the person -- just that I am stating them for the record, so to speak. If they still become offended than I feel like I can rest easy knowing that I did my best to prevent it.
Are you doing something wrong if you just say what you think and not "sugar coat it" its not your fault some one else is not agreeing with you. Is the message less important than the presentation.
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/12/10 04:25:15AM
72 posts

Being Offended. Is it really that bad?


General Talk

Does it not just all boil down to one word?Respect. If you respect someone then any they say would only be a point of view. You can be open and permissive and not be someone who is without any pride.
Orange Clock
@orange-clock
05/11/10 12:58:32PM
72 posts

Being Offended. Is it really that bad?


General Talk

What about freedom of speech vs offending people?SE you are not being offensive you are just standing up for what you believe is true and using a firm tone. We are not supposed to be nice to each other all the time IMO and some people just need to be told sometimes and that is including me.When I was younger I was always feeling guilty for something. I'm one of those who can't be quite and never sat still (yes that special condition they sometimes medicate you for). I grew up and now I think there was never a reason for me to be guilty I am who I am. I never threatened anyone. I have also slowed my reactions down to some degree too.
1  
Contact Form