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(KATU)   Man tries to choke girlfriend using his dreadlocks. With a "Yep, it would work" photo   (katu.com) divider line 36
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2013-01-08 09:56:40 AM
i was sitting in a pub once, there was a guy next to me with dreadlocks, a spider came out of the mess, took a look around and went back in. Farking disgusting.
 
2013-01-08 09:56:49 AM
He tried to kill her with the stench from his dreadlocks?
 
2013-01-08 09:58:54 AM
3.bp.blogspot.com

It works sometimes.
 
2013-01-08 10:04:09 AM
Naturally it was a white guy.
 
2013-01-08 10:07:09 AM
wash your damn hair, hippie
 
2013-01-08 10:12:16 AM
It's like he's a bad Bond villian.
 
2013-01-08 10:12:37 AM
Unless it's a Predator-like dreadlock, the only thing you can do with them is smell weird.
 
2013-01-08 10:15:41 AM
waiting for obligatory ICP picture (too lazy to look for one)
 
2013-01-08 10:18:27 AM

ToastTheRabbit: waiting for obligatory ICP picture (too lazy to look for one)


came here for that too

leaving disappointed
/Because I can`t get you out of my heaaaaaaad
 
2013-01-08 10:18:43 AM
I see sloppy, shoulder-long hair that hasn't been washed lately, but no dreadlocks.
 
2013-01-08 10:21:50 AM
I am a white male with waist length dreadlocks. I started growing them while in high school outside of Little Rock when I realized that my personal belief system aligned with the Rastafari movement. Thirty years later, my faith in Jah, as symbolized by my locks, is still going strong. Honestly, they are like hate antennas which alert me to close minded bald heads with jealous hearts. I prefer to avoid this people, even if they possess the jobs and power over Babylon.

I've heard just about every possible word of false information. So please allow me to clear a few things up:

1. My dreadlocks are not dirty, no more so than anyone else's hair. I wash them regularly with natural soap which isn't eating through my skull and into my brain like your beloved white shampoos. If you call me dirty, then I and I call you a fool.

2. No, I am not trying to be Jamaican. I was born in the South and respect Christian beliefs just as much as I do my Rasta beliefs. You can call me a race trader, a whigger, Milli Vanilla, or whatever else your little mind can cough up. I am a proud Rasta who practices One Love.

3. Yes, I do have lice. But no, you cannot catch them from simply sharing the same bus seat or towel or bed linens. The lice and other small organisms living in my hair are no threat to you or your children, whatsoever. It is simply a fact of living with dreadlocks - lice and locks go hand in hand, so you should just get over your fear of them. Again - One Love, for creatures great and small.

4. You are not safe in your normalcy, no matter how many small minded, redneck Christian dimwits with asinine, repugnant beliefs that you surround yourself with. You can belong to a large group and still be wrong. That's a core belief of Rastas. And with so many great Rasta minds behind it, there is no wrong to it. When Judgment arrives, all of you bald heads without locks are going to pay. Why? Because Jesus is a dread and he isn't going to like all the bad things you say about people who actually do look like him.

So, next time you are going to insult someone, try insulting yourself first. See how it feels and then determine if you want to reflect that onto the world.

One Love
 
2013-01-08 10:26:51 AM

spentmiles: 1. My dreadlocks are not dirty, no more so than anyone else's hair. I wash them regularly with natural soap which isn't eating through my skull and into my brain like your beloved white shampoos. If you call me dirty, then I and I call you a fool.



Yes, you are a fool. Not only you have dreadlocks, you actually believe this shiat?
 
2013-01-08 10:30:43 AM
God Damn! The line on spentmiles fishing pole hadn't even had a chance to get wet and he landed a good one already. LOL!
 
2013-01-08 10:36:03 AM

spentmiles: One Love


I've missed you.
 
2013-01-08 10:47:07 AM
spentmiles:

race trader
 
2013-01-08 10:53:34 AM
I read somewhere, a Dave Navarro/Jane's Addiction book I think, that you can use dreadlocks to tie off your arm and shoot up heroin. No need for a tell-tale rubber hose or telephone cord. So, coupled with this choking thing, it appears they are quite handy as well as good-looking.
 
2013-01-08 11:31:23 AM
Oh, spentmiles, you never cease to entertain.
 
2013-01-08 11:42:25 AM

spentmiles: 3. Yes, I do have lice.


Ewwwww.
 
2013-01-08 11:43:59 AM

cgraves67: It's like he's a bad Bond villian.


His name would probably be Tentacle Hair, Hippie Longstocking or Rob Marley.
 
2013-01-08 11:51:17 AM
Was going to ask "how do you wash those things?". But from previous comments it looks like the answer is, You don't.
 
2013-01-08 11:58:21 AM
The woman should be thankful this creature didn't follow in the footsteps of the Oregon highway division's whale removal section.
 
2013-01-08 11:59:14 AM
I saw a woman the other day with a huge mop of dreads, dyed all different colors. So, odd but not really strange, even in this neck of the woods. The stranger thing was that she was with a guy who was a cowboy--a real cowboy, as far as I could tell (since this is Montana, not surprising either.) Cowboys tend to be very conservative. I kept staring at them, thinking, No, they can't be together, but they were. And an attractive couple, overall.

so it's not a CSB. GBTW.

spentmiles: One Love


So you just have to masturbate a lot? it's cool, man--it's your religion. And you have to love yourself before you can love anyone else.
 
2013-01-08 12:17:55 PM

Fat-D: ToastTheRabbit: waiting for obligatory ICP picture (too lazy to look for one)

came here for that too

leaving disappointed
/Because I can`t get you out of my heaaaaaaad


encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
Another Love Song is one of my favorites.
 
2013-01-08 12:26:23 PM
I dont think that word means what you think it means
 
2013-01-08 12:26:44 PM

spentmiles: I am a white male with waist length dreadlocks. I started growing them while in high school outside of Little Rock when I realized that my personal belief system aligned with the Rastafari movement. Thirty years later, my faith in Jah, as symbolized by my locks, is still going strong. Honestly, they are like hate antennas which alert me to close minded bald heads with jealous hearts. I prefer to avoid this people, even if they possess the jobs and power over Babylon.

I've heard just about every possible word of false information. So please allow me to clear a few things up:

1. My dreadlocks are not dirty, no more so than anyone else's hair. I wash them regularly with natural soap which isn't eating through my skull and into my brain like your beloved white shampoos. If you call me dirty, then I and I call you a fool.

2. No, I am not trying to be Jamaican. I was born in the South and respect Christian beliefs just as much as I do my Rasta beliefs. You can call me a race trader, a whigger, Milli Vanilla, or whatever else your little mind can cough up. I am a proud Rasta who practices One Love.

3. Yes, I do have lice. But no, you cannot catch them from simply sharing the same bus seat or towel or bed linens. The lice and other small organisms living in my hair are no threat to you or your children, whatsoever. It is simply a fact of living with dreadlocks - lice and locks go hand in hand, so you should just get over your fear of them. Again - One Love, for creatures great and small.

4. You are not safe in your normalcy, no matter how many small minded, redneck Christian dimwits with asinine, repugnant beliefs that you surround yourself with. You can belong to a large group and still be wrong. That's a core belief of Rastas. And with so many great Rasta minds behind it, there is no wrong to it. When Judgment arrives, all of you bald heads without locks are going to pay. Why? Because Jesus is a dread and he isn't going to like all the bad things ...


I've had mine for over 25 years. Dreadlocs are documented in the Bible, Nebuchadnezzar sported dreads.
 
2013-01-08 12:35:21 PM
Is that Charles Manson? .. Per-swastika of course.
 
2013-01-08 12:50:07 PM
Sitting here combing out my 15 year-old dreads so I'm getting a kick...
1. White chick
2. Yes I wash them 3x a week with Pantene, they smell nice.
3. No lice
4. Combing them out because I'm getting spots of thin hair
5. Maybe I'll keep one in case I need to choke a biatch

/spentmiles is the master, all hail
 
2013-01-08 01:06:15 PM
Dude looks like a model for '70's velvet Jesus paintings. Also, my headline was better, and nice to see spentmiles again.
 
2013-01-08 01:19:51 PM

spentmiles: I am a white male with waist length dreadlocks. I started growing them while in high school outside of Little Rock when I realized that my personal belief system aligned with the Rastafari movement. Thirty years later, my faith in Jah, as symbolized by my locks, is still going strong. Honestly, they are like hate antennas which alert me to close minded bald heads with jealous hearts. I prefer to avoid this people, even if they possess the jobs and power over Babylon.

I've heard just about every possible word of false information. So please allow me to clear a few things up:

1. My dreadlocks are not dirty, no more so than anyone else's hair. I wash them regularly with natural soap which isn't eating through my skull and into my brain like your beloved white shampoos. If you call me dirty, then I and I call you a fool.
2. No, I am not trying to be Jamaican. I was born in the South and respect Christian beliefs just as much as I do my Rasta beliefs. You can call me a race trader, a whigger, Milli Vanilla, or whatever else your little mind can cough up. I am a proud Rasta who practices One Love.

3. Yes, I do have lice. But no, you cannot catch them from simply sharing the same bus seat or towel or bed linens. The lice and other small organisms living in my hair are no threat to you or your children, whatsoever. It is simply a fact of living with dreadlocks - lice and locks go hand in hand, so you should just get over your fear of them. Again - One Love, for creatures great and small.

4. You are not safe in your normalcy, no matter how many small minded, redneck Christian dimwits with asinine, repugnant beliefs that you surround yourself with. You can belong to a large group and still be wrong. That's a core belief of Rastas. And with so many great Rasta minds behind it, there is no wrong to it. When Judgment arrives, all of you bald heads without locks are going to pay. Why? Because Jesus is a dread and he isn't going to like all the bad things you say about people ...


Almost spentmiles, almost. Second half of #1 and lead-off of #3 were the give aways. Still, fine work.
9/10
 
2013-01-08 01:41:25 PM
lenfromak: I see sloppy, shoulder-long hair that hasn't been washed lately, but no dreadlocks.

Dose ain't dreadlocks, I and I knows it. He's no rastaman, he needs to get up out of ere.
 
2013-01-08 01:54:53 PM
He was able to get a girlfriend? I'd be suprised if he was able to have bird nest in that disgusting mess.
 
2013-01-08 02:37:54 PM
When white guy dreadlocks are outlawed, only outlaws will have white guy dreadlocks.
 
2013-01-08 03:42:48 PM
White female, mid-40s, with a professional job for the past 15 years, and I have had my dreadlocks for just over 12 years.

I get compliments on my dreadlocks from people of all races. And every time I even semi-seriously contemplate cutting them off, I get a spate of compliments that convince me not to, like clockwork.

I wash my hair every third day because I work out regularly, and it takes my dreads a day and a half to thoroughly dry. I dye the roots every 4 weeks to make them lock up better (yeah, that's what I tell myself: it's really to cover the gray).

I look forward to your commentary. (heh)
 
2013-01-09 10:39:39 AM

NMTurtlelady: White female, mid-40s, with a professional job for the past 15 years, and I have had my dreadlocks for just over 12 years.

I get compliments on my dreadlocks from people of all races. And every time I even semi-seriously contemplate cutting them off, I get a spate of compliments that convince me not to, like clockwork.

I wash my hair every third day because I work out regularly, and it takes my dreads a day and a half to thoroughly dry. I dye the roots every 4 weeks to make them lock up better (yeah, that's what I tell myself: it's really to cover the gray).

I look forward to your commentary. (heh)


May I ask how long are they?
 
2013-01-09 11:44:05 AM

kdawg7736:
May I ask how long are they?


Just past my shoulders. I cut them back about 4-5 inches every December as a sort of Christmas present to my neck -- my hair is really thick and heavy, and even more so when it's wet from being washed.

If I hadn't ever cut them, I'm guessing they'd be well past my belt line by this point.
 
2013-01-10 10:04:42 AM

NMTurtlelady: kdawg7736:
May I ask how long are they?

Just past my shoulders. I cut them back about 4-5 inches every December as a sort of Christmas present to my neck -- my hair is really thick and heavy, and even more so when it's wet from being washed.

If I hadn't ever cut them, I'm guessing they'd be well past my belt line by this point.


Must be hard to take care of. I keep my hair short because it starts to bother me when it gets a certain length.
 
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