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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
02/26/12 05:54:00PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome you came to the right place to learn and meet awesome dreadies


Amanda Moore
Ginja Dreadman
08/02/11 03:50:31AM @deanne-redden:

oooooh boy! you makin me jealous with that hummus!!! nom nom nooooommmmm!!!! :P


Ginja Dreadman
03/21/11 03:38:59PM @deanne-redden:
Hiya! How's it goin?

Claire Bell
12/27/10 11:36:43PM @bloodyjoker:
Greetings bredren. Where in FLA u from? Much love for di add.

Mary Lynn
12/26/10 09:41:41PM @ej-dixon:
request accepted. hello new friend :)

Tyler Buckman
12/26/10 12:36:23AM @jody-m-regan:

That really means alot man and im glad to be your friend too

till next we speak peace


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/24/10 03:33:55PM @soaring-eagle:
let em your at a couple weeks they will be worse b4 they get better in a couple months they will really be forming will on theyre own

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/24/10 03:01:09PM @soaring-eagle:
wax woulda been badu can use it several ways ive never used it myself but u can add a lil to your wash get some on your hands and rub into the dreads it softens when warmed up i believe right?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/24/10 12:47:17PM @soaring-eagle:
the only thing u will need is because yourt hair type tends to be dry and brottle u will need moisture now and then shae butter aloe jojoba oil anything like that even olive oil if used sparingly all u want is to9 keep em from drying out too much and that takes nothing specialu probly already use something ..jojoba is probly best (africas best hair oils are great too) cause jojoba is the closest to naturally produced oils

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