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October 1st, 2011 | 323 Entries

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  1. A design people do with their hair. It involves twisting multiple strands of hair together and looks a little bit like a rope, its pretty and some people say its a country look. Its also good for getting your hair out of your face.

    By Cece on 10.01.2011

  2. i braid my hair every night. criss-cross-criss-cross, tight, tight, tight.
    i spray it well, yet the strands stay alive, no regards for gravity.
    in the morning it is a haphazard wavy mess. i like that best.

    By lily on 10.01.2011

  3. Falling
    l
    e
    a
    ves braid through the wind,
    weaving around
    one another,
    trying to tie the air in a
    complex
    knot.

    By drew URL on 10.01.2011

  4. Braid
    I like to use braid on the edge of basic padded ornaments, when turning my cross-stitched items into decorations to hang on the Christmas tree. The braid give a nice, clean, polished-looking edge to the item, and can be used as the hoop to hang the ornament on the tree branch.

    By CameoRoze URL on 10.01.2011

  5. The braid that was hanging down her back was a symbol, a symbol of where she came from, a symbol of where she was going and a symbol of who she didn’t want to be. She wanted to be someone else, but she was the little girl with the braid, born into a hard life.

    By Momx4 URL on 10.01.2011

  6. braids are beautiful. you braid your hair. i think i look good with a braid in my hair. especially when i braid my hair after i take a shower and leave it braided until morning. then i think my hair looks pretty. I think people like me better with my hair in a braid.

    By emma on 10.01.2011

  7. I like braids they’re so much fun to do. When I was little I used to do it all the time. I’ll never forget when I learnt to braid my fringe, it was the only thing i ever learnt from a youtube tutorial. I don’t like fishtail braids they’re fucking messy things. I like waterfall braids, but princess Leia looked really shit with those doughnuts on the side of her head

    By Amy on 10.01.2011

  8. memories intertwined with joy and happiness in my mind; bundled up on winter days; walks through parks, colors changing; interwoven fingers and words and feelings. hands braided together- lives intertwined.

    By n on 10.01.2011

  9. Braid it braid it braid it braid it. Braid my hair baby. Yea that’s it braid it just like that. Oh yeah baby that’s the stuff put that huge thick strand over that other huge thick strand of hair. Yeah that’s it baby. Braid it till it reaches the end. Braiding has never been so sexy…

    By Swilltastic URL on 10.01.2011

  10. The braid of grass tickles my nose when Shiira brushes it against my face. She’s so beautiful and so, so religious. Why, is beyond me. Her father hates me, her mother hates me, her brother has threatened to kill me a couple of times, but still, she clings to her hijab and prays for my soul. Fuck that, I told her, and all she does is smile like she knows Allah has a plan for me.

    By E. Correigh URL on 10.01.2011

  11. braids in in my hair. everyday. awesomeness.

    By Ella on 10.01.2011

  12. Her long, flaxen hair lay limply over her shoulder, framing her long beautiful face perfectly, In her eyes you could read the sad wonderment. In mine, anger. I approached her and started plaiting her hair. I stopped and moved my hands to her stiff neck, wrapping them around the delicate nape. Before snapping that thin, still neck, “Ungrateful child.”

    By Dylan URL on 10.01.2011

  13. Puzzles are a thing of nature. Human’s are pre-naturally curious. Anything that can be solved will be done with a artifice in mind. When it comes to hair, there is no outright outcome in mind, but yet somehow females have managed to turn their hair into a complicated puzzle, never to be penetrated by meddling males. It is hermatically sealed.

    By Mike Thompson on 10.01.2011

  14. The braid fell over her shoulder like a thick rope. The ends of her hair curled in towards her collarbone. A white ribbon trimmed the end, like a knot in a string.

    By Kristin URL on 10.01.2011

  15. here are words to see if something other than braid will pop up after i’ve written about this. i was writing something from the doctor’s perspective but i’m not sure that that’s the best plan right now. So without further ado, i will… wait adeu? ado… i will try… to fix you… i’m hungry but idk what to eat and we only really have soup

    By Amy on 10.01.2011

  16. She braided her hair every day. A perfect braid. Her mom always told her that she was imperfect. So her hair had to be. That’s all she had. That’s what she prided herself on. Was her braid being perfect. And everyday, it was. Totally perfect.

    By Leja on 10.01.2011

  17. Braid my hair as I go. Dont let me down -or let me FaLL. as I feLL for you, my Love. my Lovely. Twist the strands and pull them tight as to not let loose ends fly. Securely tight and fastened, I walk around ‘bows…in braided hair.

    By Heather on 10.01.2011

  18. The braid fell over her shoulder like a thick rope. The ends of her hair curled in towards her collarbone. A white ribbon trimmed the end, securing the locks like a knot in a string.

    By Kristin URL on 10.01.2011

  19. something that you get done in your hair. it looks really nice, i guess. something i got as a child they ummm can look very nice. they are a lot. i feel like an idiot. i can’t think of anything regarding braids. you put beads with these too sometimes.

    By AJ on 10.01.2011

  20. The braids of our lives intertwine
    Each strand of memories falling into place
    Into something unforgettable
    The sapid memory never forgotten

    By Rae on 10.01.2011

  21. the braid in my hair is short.
    barely staying in,
    my hair is just to thin!
    braiding is convenient during my sport.
    it doesnt matter how it looks
    but thanks for making it

    By lizziek on 10.01.2011

  22. Indians wear braids. There’s also a french braid. I don’t know what to write about a freaking braid.

    By Ster on 10.01.2011

  23. what are you doing just fishing and skilling an living life tires party love hate crush needed self repesct forget satisfy whu you why when go green jet fly how blue purple sky fun are not orange

    By crystal on 10.01.2011

  24. she swings around, blond hair whipping in the alpine wind. “you didn’t expect me to do that, did you?” the basket of eggs still balanced precariously on her shoulder, she takes off like a bird around the mountain, thin hard legs lifting with the precision of a magician. the world quivers, and you know, for the first time and the last, that you have just fallen in love.

    By Jessica Jiang URL on 10.01.2011

  25. men who braid hair are homos. delightfully so

    By Brittany URL on 10.01.2011

  26. I always put a braid in my hair for roller derby practice. It is out of the way and my helmet fits securely onto my head without my hair getting into my face. Braids are pretty. There are so many different types of braids. I like regular french braids that stop at the neck. They look sporty, yet somewhat elegant.

    By Haley Blaisdale on 10.01.2011

  27. my sister when i was little would fix my hair for me. now shes in jail and i want someone to fix my hair

    By sara hall on 10.01.2011

  28. The golden twists and turns in her hair lit up in sun on that crisp, fall day as she ran out to play with her friends in the street. She turned around and waved a gloved hand back at me, her blue scarf covering her grinning mouth. Braiding her hair own hair for the first time made her feel like such a big girl. But I knew, watching her chase after the crunchy leaves twirling in the breeze, that she was still my baby girl.

    By Chrystal URL on 10.01.2011

  29. Smooth hair like Kaya, the American girl doll. And her heritage swinging down her back, like the twisted girl braid on my challah. Traditions, memories, interwound with one another. I learned the story of the sisters who fought for the middle, trying desperately, and kicking one another out. The constant tugging with my mother’s hands, my hands, and my sister’s hands.

    By Talia URL on 10.01.2011

  30. I love to watch the kids braid their hair. How do they learn to do that? How do they do it behind their head. I can’t even comb my hair without the aid of a mirror.

    I’m especially intriqued with the braided hair of African Americans… what works of art and what patience.

    By Greg Bruce on 10.01.2011

  31. how girls style their hair, reminds me of scandanavian women and heidi the mountain lady

    By joanna on 10.01.2011

  32. Ten years ago I teased her about her freckles and pulled her long braids when she sat in front of me at school. I’d grab them and yank her head as she’d run past me. It made her mad. We hated each other in a gentle way back then. Yesterday, as she sat on the bar stool over from me and tossed her flowing, flame red locks back over her bare shoulder and laughed, I’d have given anything to wrap myself up in them and breath her in.

    By Jeni on 10.01.2011

  33. she say there in front of the mirror
    twirling her hair into a beautiful braid
    waves of dark black strands intertwined
    she ties a pink and black bow at the end

    By Kalika1331 on 10.01.2011

  34. When you wind three strands of hair together. Also known as a plait. v pretty. I’m known to do a very lovely dutch plait (ifi do say so myself). So yeah. Go away. Oh time’s back! Well… I’m Steph… I’m bored tonight, and found this on StumbleUpon. Great website, highly reccommend it! I’m tired!

    By Steph on 10.01.2011

  35. Braiding hair is one of the most interesting ways to style your hair. i love braiding my hair because it gets it out of my face. It makes me feel prettier and I love the renaissance look it gives to you! Braiding hair has always been a wonderful style for any type of hair.

    By Lacey on 10.01.2011

  36. I already had this word but here goes
    Beauty isn’t simple
    It has no price to pay
    Its more complicated then putting your hair in a braid
    She has nothing left to say
    Whats beed said has been said

    By Lacey URL on 10.01.2011

  37. I wish I knew how to braid. I can’t even braid my own hair. It’s sad. My friends and I planned a day to all wear our hair in braids and I couldn’t braid mine myself. I either have to ask my mom or my friend. I feel like a failure as a girl to not be able to braid. I can braid string. It takes me a while, but I can. I just can’t braid hair, whether my own or someone elses’.

    By Shannon Stewart URL on 10.01.2011

  38. I like braiding people’s hair, it’s relaxing and it makes me feel like I’m good at something. I learned to braid hair in grade school on one of my dolls. I remember being so happy when I figured it out. It makes me feel more in touch with my Native American side. I like it when people compliment me on how nice it looks.

    By sarah on 10.01.2011

  39. I’ve always wanted to learn how to braid. And I suppose now I do. But I can’t get the whole “french braid” thing down. Wow, this is a really lame and pointless post. Fail, Kelsey, fail. :(

    By Kelsey Jacobi URL on 10.01.2011

  40. Selphie likes to braid Irvine’s hair. Irvine doesn’t like it, but sometimes she just looks up at him with those gorgeous green eyes of hers and he can’t say no. She sits him down between her legs and rakes her cute little hands through his long hair and it feels like maybe he’s died and gone to heaven- something he’d never give up, no matter how ridiculous he looks in the end.

    By Sara URL on 10.01.2011