""I’d look at my single friends and say, how do you do it? The world is so cold and mean at times, If you can’t escape into being a ‘we’, how do you manage to leave the fucking house?" I felt sorry for them, but also that I wasn’t as strong as them. I could never do that.""
"I was totally new to dating at this older age where the fact that new people getting together, both liking each other, and not having mental health issues, or hangups, or commitment phobia, or baggage, or an overly critical attitude, or a shattered heart, or SOMETHING that gets in the way feels like an utter miracle."
Hi, there! I just a had a quick question pertaining to senegalese twists. Is the process when it comes to taking them down hard? I am going to keep them up for three months and I just wanted to know. Thanks, reply back in my ask?
Hi! Actually the process for taking them down is fairly straight forward. Since they’re doing twists, essentially you only need to unravel them. Depending on the size and number of overall twists you have that’ll take the most time. I would suggest taking them down on dry hair and allowing ample amount of time to gently, and properly, detangle at your roots if you plan on having them in for 3 months. Get a rat tail comb and you’ll be fine. I prefer the smaller ones with the metal tail portion on the comb.
*black couple living in a haunted house*
wife: the house haunted
husband: we out this bitch