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Old 03-09-2012, 07:37 AM   #436
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Coconut oil the new ginseng
I have heard that its really good for you.

Hey Barb, if I start using it do you think my hair and skin will magically start to look like those exotic beauties from Hawaii and Fiji??


Sadly, I think that ship set sail a few years back


Actually, I don't care for butter and marg is even worse, so I eat my popcorn plain all the time.

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Years ago, I met a woman from East Indian descent, who had, without a doubt the most beautiful, most luxurious waist length hair I have ever seen. It was so healthy and shiney. She was stunning. I asked her the secret. She said 2 or 3 times a month she applied plain yogurt all through her hair, wrapped it in a towel for an hour, then shampooed.

I always meant to, but never tried it.

Sadly, that ship has left the harbour....
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Years ago, I met a woman from East Indian descent, who had, without a doubt the most beautiful, most luxurious waist length hair I have ever seen. It was so healthy and shiney. She was stunning. I asked her the secret. She said 2 or 3 times a month she applied plain yogurt all through her hair, wrapped it in a towel for an hour, then shampooed.

I always meant to, but never tried it.

Sadly, that ship has left the harbour....
As a person who had hair, down below my waist - for many years -
My secret - it grew!
(A lot of the "chicks" - "dug it"!)

Yeah, those "ships"!
Mine came in -
However, I was probably up on a roof or scaffold -
By the time I could get down -
My ship had sailed! - without me!!
Oh well!

Now, it seems - the only "ships" that come in are:
"Tramp- Steamers", bound for nowhere!
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I had waist length hair too for many years, but when the ship sailed it took my hair with it.

Actually not to be judgemental, but there are not a lot of middle aged women that can get away with that look without appearing like has beens.
You gotta keep it fresh Rossi!
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Yogurt? I'll be giving that a try. Thanks!

With or without the 'fruit on the bottom'? lol. j/k
Hey! That could be a new name for a hair color - Blueberry Brunette.

I'm going to try rubbing coconut oil in my hair and leaving it in for a few hours. I read that it's good for that.

At the very least, if I'm out working in the yard with it in my hair, and a bird drops an egg on my head... lunch is ready!

Creeper, I think it does help your skin and hair if you eat some of it every day. You can also rub it on dry or cracked skin and it helps.

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I may try the coconut hair thing too.
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Sometimes the way the 5 of us go on at length in these threads reminds me of some sort of cyber Seinfeld. A group of friends who go on about nothing..

But I do thoroughly enjoy all of your company
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Sometimes the way the 5 of us go on at length in these threads reminds me of some sort of cyber Seinfeld. A group of friends who go on about nothing..

But I do thoroughly enjoy all of your company


I'm enjoying this thread too. Lots of good information, recipes and conversation.

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If you recall, we seem to do this in other threads about nothing too
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We have a connection...us 5...not to be exclusive or elitist. We welcome all. Especially Dangermouse

The weird thing is we could pass each other on the street and never know it
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Sometimes the way the 5 of us go on at length in these threads reminds me of some sort of cyber Seinfeld. A group of friends who go on about nothing..

But I do thoroughly enjoy all of your company
OK -
As the person who created this "monster", thread -
A few things -
No problem with "Seinfeld" -
However, our "little", show has a lot of content!
It's not about "nothing"!

It's about whatever we want it to be!!
Mmmmm!
Recipes!!

Popcorn?
Corn-Oil.
(pop"CORN" - Corn Oil!)
(Coconut Oil is, probably better for you, though!)

Good company - well meant!!

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If you recall, we seem to do this in other threads about nothing too
Any of my threads, always have a tremendous, amount of "meaning"!!
He, he, he!
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Of course its not about nothing I was just stealing the theme from Seinfeld. The show about nothing

We, each of us are all very profound

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"Stealing" -
Is one of the highest amounts of "flattery"!
(Nothing really, wrong with that!)

"Profound"?!?
Say what?!?
Speak for yourself!!
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plagiarism ....I agree

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