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Discussion in 'Personal' started by nomad, Aug 15, 2019.
This is Emo Phillips with such a cut
Never quite funny
Once redefined the Edinburgh Fringe
Now it's all thespi-youths treating Edinburgh like their own personal playground... and thousands of Air BnBs... #edinborrow
That's how I feel when I'm grumpy. I still love the Festival. It's very different though to when I first moved to Edinburgh in the late 90s.
She says a 12-inch fringe would suit you.
I loved those programmes, and I think I've still got them on my TV box recording thing.
And I agree, she is fantastically stylish.
Yup but how much effort is it to keep her hair that straight? A bit of humidity and BOIIINNGGGGG!
My hair is naturally curly when short, so back in the eighties and nineties, my hair looked a bit like this:
Nowadays my hair is long, because it's much less faff to just wear it up.
Ah! Sweet bird of youth.
A month or so ago the big fashion was apparently short on one side but long on the other. I immediately thought of the Human League circa 1981.
Nah - some people have naturally poker straight hair (like me) I'd have a job keeping it turned under at the ends!
Cheer up, love.
I always assumed Phil Oakey's barber had a heart attack in the middle of giving him a short back and sides.