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Offline Chewwy

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What about extensions?
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Get it all shaved off. I'm currently between an eighties Bross and Emelie Sande, my exact baby dyke hair, it's like the last 30 years didn't happen.
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Fuck it, I'm going to go the whole hog and get some pixie boots.
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Yes, because more shoes is exactly what you need.

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Should I start paying to read the news?

If yes, New York Times or Washington Post?

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What about extensions?

 ::)

Get it all shaved off.

You're both just so helpful.
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Despite your lack of gratitude, I'm going to continue to try and help you here, Madusa, and suggest that you might want to keep your hair because perms are coming back into fashion. A whole new generation of women are going to experience perming lotion sliding down their faces while they sit under hairdryer for hours.

You could be part of that zeitgeist.
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Um. Thanks again.
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You're welcome.  :)

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Can anyone suggest head phones that are comfortable enough to wear while sleeping, including sleeping on the side.?

Thank you in advance  :)

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I often fall asleep whilst wearing my headphones, but wouldn't recommend that as a feature.
I would say though that cordless does negate the possibility of strangulation mid snooze !

Hope you are well pea xx
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Oops. That should be pba. Bloody autocorrect !
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Oops. That should be pba. Bloody autocorrect !

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I'm getting life done, so I think that's OK. Hope you are doing alright.

I need the headphones (earphone) so I can listen to books (tinnitus too loud to sleep), I normally fall asleep and keep them in after the sleep timer has turned the book off, but after a while they start to dig and are quite uncomfortable.

I've tried over the ear Bluetooth, but simply can't comfortably turn onto my side with them.

There are those headband things but nothing will stay on my head, I really wouldn't like to make things so tight that I would start to panic that I'm cutting off the blood supply,you to my brain  :o

I'm not too concerned about the cable choking the life out of me, I think the body has that automatic wake up function when under threat, unless you're really drunk or drugged up, neither applies to me anymore....sigh  ;)




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Something like these?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sleep-Headphones-Adjustable-Comfortable-Relaxation/dp/B00XZCYQQ4/ref=pd_sbs_23_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=60G20H3KGDSHPYAMP1B7

There are more expensive versions available if you don't want to wait for delivery from China.

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^thanks for trying to help, but as I mentioned in my previous post nothing stays on my head, no beanie, scarf or headband, and only hats pulled tightly down.

I don't know what sort of head or hair people have that allow things to stay on their heads, I wish I had one because it is annoying when I'm continuously pulling things back into place  :-\