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I have predominantly 3c hair with 3a/b curls un between, I think the key for me was applying it with soaking hair and distributing the product with a comb instead of my fingers
Originally Posted by SarcasmIsBeauty
See, I was afraid to use a comb with it because I thought it wouldnt clump like I like. I usually dont even rake my hair too much because the curls look like a bunch of skinny spirals, I like a bunch of fat spirals (if that makes any sence) nevertheless, I will try combing it through and see what happens, Thank you

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smelt
vb
a past tense and past participle of smell
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do.
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smelt
vb
a past tense and past participle of smell
Originally Posted by kayb
Though it's very uncommonly used here in the US -- I'm middle-aged and have never ever heard someone use "smelt" in that way -- I will be over here in the corner choking down my crow, with a side of the egg on my face.
smelt
vb
a past tense and past participle of smell
Originally Posted by kayb
Though it's very uncommonly used here in the US -- I'm middle-aged and have never ever heard someone use "smelt" in that way -- I will be over here in the corner choking down my crow, with a side of the egg on my face.
Originally Posted by Curly~L~
I live close to a steel mill. Smelt has a whole different meaning to me, lol.

Oh, and fish. I know of the fish kind of smelt.
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smelt
vb
a past tense and past participle of smell
Originally Posted by kayb
Though it's very uncommonly used here in the US -- I'm middle-aged and have never ever heard someone use "smelt" in that way -- I will be over here in the corner choking down my crow, with a side of the egg on my face.
Originally Posted by Curly~L~
Ha ha ha ha. I was having a Convo with a friend once (he's American) and I was smelled? Smelt? And he had no idea. I always thought smelled was American and smelt was British, but it's not.
I ain't thirsty. There's plenty of fish in the sea, but I don't want all of them, can I have some standards? Or do we just have to settle, for someone's who meh and will do.
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The new rules on The Escapist are 100% this, banning any discussion. Why? They find it "creepy". Note, they even admit that there's a difference between a pedophile and a child molester, but they don't care. So basically, it's open season if you are someone of a minority they don't like... I really feel like I'm going to puke now. I'm not joking or exaggerating, I really feel like I'm going to puke. This is a story about how my life is imitating the trope in question. You want to say that I can't weigh in on it as well? Well then, better get to work removing every opinion from troper tales. That should be fun. Oh, and funny thing, you just gave ME ammo. Pedophilia is a fetish people are squicked by, and that's why people are trying to delete it. So, that says that it's allowed. Thank you for the help. As for that last part, that's what's making me ill. You seriously just said opinions you don't like should be deleted. Seriously. How do you say that and not think for a moment "Hey, isn't this just mass censorship? And isn't that wrong?"
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smelt
vb
a past tense and past participle of smell
Originally Posted by kayb
Though it's very uncommonly used here in the US -- I'm middle-aged and have never ever heard someone use "smelt" in that way -- I will be over here in the corner choking down my crow, with a side of the egg on my face.
Originally Posted by Curly~L~
Ha ha ha ha. I was having a Convo with a friend once (he's American) and I was smelled? Smelt? And he had no idea. I always thought smelled was American and smelt was British, but it's not.
Originally Posted by kayb
A few of the online dictionaries I researched stated either "Brit" or "UK" for smelt used in that way. I've NEVER heard an American use "smelt" as a form of "smelled." My Brit friend, however, has used it on occasion, especially after relocating back to the UK after growing up here in the US for the most part. Her speech had become ~98% Americanized, but she has recovered her British roots nicely since moving back there a few years ago, throwing in colloquialisms like "knackered" and "bloody" quite easily and frequently.

Thanks for saving me from possibly making a fool out of myself IRL by "correcting" someone!
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Though it's very uncommonly used here in the US -- I'm middle-aged and have never ever heard someone use "smelt" in that way -- I will be over here in the corner choking down my crow, with a side of the egg on my face.
Originally Posted by Curly~L~
Ha ha ha ha. I was having a Convo with a friend once (he's American) and I was smelled? Smelt? And he had no idea. I always thought smelled was American and smelt was British, but it's not.
Originally Posted by kayb
A few of the online dictionaries I researched stated either "Brit" or "UK" for smelt used in that way. I've NEVER heard an American use "smelt" as a form of "smelled." My Brit friend, however, has used it on occasion, especially after relocating back to the UK after growing up here in the US for the most part. Her speech had become ~98% Americanized, but she has recovered her British roots nicely since moving back there a few years ago, throwing in colloquialisms like "knackered" and "bloody" quite easily and frequently.

Thanks for saving me from possibly making a fool out of myself IRL by "correcting" someone!
Originally Posted by Curly~L~
We use smelt in Australia too. Also learnt, spelt, dreamt, burnt, spilt, and spoilt. Although I think some of those may be used in the States too.
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