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jenoy
11-08-2005, 10:58 PM
I was thinking about this and I had to laugh. You're at home and you're trying to decide what to do with your hair. Are you going to wash, condition, retwist the roots (locs), twist it, braid, flat twist, etc. Aha! You finally decide what you're going to do and you get started. You've got a good pace going then.................who or what interrupts your flow? For me it's either the puppy wants to go out or my dd wants a snack. Why do they wait until you get a few moments to bond with your hair? :lol: So, where does yours come from? ^_^

stillwater09
11-08-2005, 11:04 PM
LOL! mine is my 16 month old nephew which means i don't usually start til he goes to be at 9...

just last night, i was putting kinky twists in but started too late, now most of my head is done, but i got a puff still to go in the very front! i just never finish in one day.

dewdrop
11-08-2005, 11:56 PM
My mom who ALWAYS ALWAYS interrupts my hair sessions. I can&#39;t even get one decent twist in with out her having to enter back and forth through the door, and me moving from the mirror every 2 seconds that I need to use which is behind that door. <_<

freelocks
11-09-2005, 12:30 AM
For me, it&#39;s always the telephone, but I just ignore it. It interrupts me for a second before I can silence the ringer.

NubiaKya
11-09-2005, 12:35 AM
the phone.. somebody callin me and needs to talk :rolleyes:

Applejacks
11-09-2005, 01:28 AM
for me it&#39;s my boyfriend or a friend always calling and wanting to do "something" when I&#39;m in the middle of twisting my hair.

napturallyme
11-09-2005, 01:32 AM
Taking my dog out. I go out looking really crazy when I&#39;m in the process of twisting or washing/deep conditioning my hair.

tashaboo74
11-09-2005, 01:35 AM
Most of the time, it&#39;s my mom. When I get a good rhythm going tightening my locs, I hear, "TASHA! Come here!" Of course, this also occurs when I&#39;m trying to sleep, when I&#39;m checking my email, when I&#39;m watching Survivor...

naturalnyc
11-09-2005, 02:12 AM
always that stupid telephone with somebody wanting talk about some nonsense :rolleyes:

curlyhair_05
11-09-2005, 02:49 AM
My cell phone, it never fails.

BreezySeas
11-09-2005, 04:25 PM
Everyone in my house and that is why I only wear a fro. My Dh and my four year old can not sit still. Either I have to go to the store or the park or Chucky Cheese. I wish I could find someone to do my hair so I can at least have a different style I will never get it done at home.

AuNappturale
11-09-2005, 09:18 PM
For me, it&#39;s the phone. I need to get one of those speakerphone contraptions. Then I can talk-and-twist, talk-and-twist.

ponchichi
11-10-2005, 02:02 AM
My sugar booger... asking questions... baby, why you doing that? how is your hair going to look tomorrow? why are you taking them out? why is that one fat and the other one skinny... he&#39;s still as fascinated with the fro as i am.

MizBrowniMD
11-10-2005, 02:20 AM
Originally posted by curlyhair_05@Nov 8 2005, 09:49 PM
My cell phone, it never fails.

1066409

Same. But the funny thing is this--I have an earpiece. I can find the danged thing whenever except when I am in the middle of doing my hair... :icon_eek13:

*I am a wee bit of a conspiracy theorist...I think someone don&#39;t want me messin&#39; w/my napps...*

Urbanite
11-10-2005, 02:24 AM
It&#39;s the phone for me too. It never fails.

pyrefli42
11-10-2005, 02:34 AM
my two year old daughter, never fails. that&#39;s why i don&#39;t even bother trying before she goes to bed.

jenoy
11-10-2005, 03:50 AM
Originally posted by ponchichi@Nov 9 2005, 09:02 PM
My sugar booger... asking questions... baby, why you doing that? how is your hair going to look tomorrow? why are you taking them out? why is that one fat and the other one skinny... he&#39;s still as fascinated with the fro as i am.

1067553

See that&#39;s funny. I can&#39;t even hide in the bathroom. Then my dh is like what are you doing? How are you going to style it now? How long does it take you to do that? etc, etc. :lol: If I had heat in the garage, I&#39;d do my hair out there. :P

IrisDaVirus
11-10-2005, 03:58 PM
My three cats hands down! :lol:

nvsnot
11-10-2005, 05:56 PM
my dog and my dh. my dog can&#39;t stand it when she&#39;s not the center of attention. she&#39;ll sit in the bathroom doorway for a few minutes just looking at me and when she can&#39;t take it anymore she&#39;ll start biting my pant leg or moo moo hem until I give up and play with her for a few minutes.

my husband loves my hair, but hates when I do it on "his day off". He doesn&#39;t say anything, but I can tell by the deep breaths and the walking back in forth from the living room or bedroom to the bathroom he does when i&#39;m doing my hair. i must admit that it sometimes takes a good 2+ hours away from our quality time together, but i&#39;ve learned that when the mood hits me to do my hair i better jump on it cause somedays i don&#39;t feel like doing a thang to it.

ReginaCarter
11-10-2005, 06:10 PM
Originally posted by tashaboo74@Nov 9 2005, 01:35 AM
Most of the time, it&#39;s my mom. When I get a good rhythm going tightening my locs, I hear, "TASHA! Come here!" Of course, this also occurs when I&#39;m trying to sleep, when I&#39;m checking my email, when I&#39;m watching Survivor...

1066328

:pointlaugh:
Awww poor gurl ,I feel u that happen to me too!My mom would come "demanding" somthing right in the middle of my hair twisting or while im trying to comb my hair or while Im watchin a thriller or Law &Order.. <_<

Chabela
11-10-2005, 06:27 PM
ALL OF WHAT YOU SAID BEFORE!!!!!!!

Phone, my husband, my dog, something to do at my shop when Im taking a day off...
Once it took me 4 days to finish box braids with extensions (I wear those in summer for my scalp to breave) and I was supposed to "take my time" according to my husband... He does not notice that I also work at home and that takes time too. I wish some days had 28 hours and some weeks had 10 days so I can "take my time".

jmnappy
11-10-2005, 07:31 PM
It either my 3 yr old son or my dh. It&#39;s hard to tell who the kid actually is sometimes.

nappsalot
11-10-2005, 08:40 PM
dewdrop, your situation is exactly like mine. my mirror is also behind the door so i sit in a small chair that&#39;s right against the door. every 30 mins or so my mom tryes to come in and so what im doing or how far along i am. i love my mom, but that is so irritating. either that or my boyfriend calls and wants to hold a long conversation. i try not to be rude but i rush to get off the phone so i can be alone with my hair and finish it at decent time

Poohbear215
11-12-2005, 05:40 PM
who/what interrupts me...either my 16 month nephew or other member of my family or if my cell phone goes off!