Hey ladies and gents, I know it's been a while since I last posted. I've been incredibly busy with school and life. Anyway, I had to come back to share this with you all, since I think you guys are the only ones who will appreciate it.
Last night my boyfriend was helping me put away my groceries, and he handed me a bag and said, "Bathroom stuff." I looked inside the bag and told him there was a bottle of chocolate syrup in there, which obviously doesn't go in the bathroom. His response: "I never know with you--you do put olive oil on your hair."
So it's not really all that funny, but I think it's cute and probably something that a lot of you can sympathize with. (Also, can you imagine putting chocolate syrup on your hair? I bet it's impossible to wash out.)
With all the stuff (baby lotion for a while a few months back, honey, vinegar, baking soda, etc.) curlies have put on their hair that others wouldn't think of putting near their heads, this is bound to happen. At least he's just voicing his confusion, it could be worse: he could act disgusted whenever you mention using olive oil on your hair. I think this was just his cute way to cover up putting something in the wrong bag.
That said, I know about getting weird looks wanting to use foodish stuff on my hair. I didn't even get to the shower stage with honey - my mom was adamant about me not using it and railed about how we have conditioner in the house and I didn't need to put the honey on my head. I tried to explain, but no dice. For some reason, people tend to act like conditioner isn't a recent invention. A lot of conditioners even have things like honey and olive oil in them! It's really not that weird.
Now chocolate syrup...that makes me cringe just thinking about it. (Side note: only a curlie would have given it enough thought to consider what it would do to her hair! )
that hits so close to home - my BF always teases me about all the crazy things he finds in the shower!
he only uses his own stuff that he knows i don't use because he says that he never sure what is actually in the container as far as my stuff goes, he's afraid it will be one of my "concoctions" as he calls them...
2b (a fine 'n porous wavy)...and finally growing out :-)
Wash: Deva Low-poo
Condish and leave in: OneC or Suave Coconut
My husband comes into the family room after using my bathroom the other night shaking his head & says..."WTF? Are you making salads in the bathroom now??" I was ROFL. There were jars of ACV, honey, olive oil & a little bowl out on the counter. Who can blame him?
One time my roommate walked past my bathroom and saw her jar of honey on the counter. She didn't even say anything, but she was obviously confused. I just informed her, "I used a little bit for my hair. I'll put it back in the kitchen!"
"For many years the National Pretend Speed Limit was fifty-five miles per hour"--Dave Barry
Actually, that's adorable and really funny. If I thought chocolate syrup would help, I'd probably give it a try.
embracing my inner curl since late Nov 2006
2b/3a (I think?)
color-treated red/brown, medium-textured hair
PJ, currently using Suave citrus smoothie, B2B pom cond, GF C&S leave-in, AG re:coil, LOOB, HE SMU, Jessicurl HCC, CC, AIS
That's so cute! My DH teases me too about all the food products in our shower!
3B, with oodles and oodles of curly hair! Summer Faves: Devacare NoPoo & OneC, CF High Humidity Gel. 2nd day hair: Deva Set Me Up pomade & Mr. Right DT: Devacurl Heaven in Hair Been CG since 2005 and never looked back!
--I'm located in Western PA.
--I found NC in late 2004, CG since 2-2005, started going grey in late 2005.
--My hair is 3B with some 3A, texture-medium/fine, porosity-normal except for the ends which are porous, elasticity-normal.
--My long time favorite products are Suave & VO5 conditioners, LA Looks Sport Gel, oils, honey, vinegar.
--My CG and grey hair progress -- http://www.naturallycurly.com/curlta...-progress.html