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Poll: What crap do you put in your hair?
  • 11.4% - Hairspray 254
  • 14.5% - Gel 324
  • 6.1% - Pomade 137
  • 6% - Wax/texturizer 134
  • 55.8% - No way, mine's all natural 1248
  • 6.3% - I use something else (comments!) 140
2237 votes

Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist? Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed. For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?

icthulhu


quality posts: 6 Private Messages icthulhu

Shampoo and water. I don't recognize these other words.

*Kudzu*


quality posts: 2 Private Messages *Kudzu*

V05, good enough for my Dad, good enough for me. I use about 75% less per application than Dad.

trixierix


quality posts: 1 Private Messages trixierix

This poll is racially insensitive. Totally excluding us who have to put oil/moisturizer in our hair.

I kid, I kid. But seriously: coconut or tea tree oil.

BlackCreekBearTRP1


quality posts: 0 Private Messages BlackCreekBearTRP1

It's called "SHAMPOO and CONDITIONER" for a reason!!!
I thought that you knew that?!?!

Davandar


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Davandar

I am unsure what she uses but there is Something About Mary's hair that's different...

yopauly


quality posts: 0 Private Messages yopauly

CHEAP shampoo and conditioner!

paulpnevada


quality posts: 26 Private Messages paulpnevada

Soap and water, just before I shave it all off.

sugg


quality posts: 0 Private Messages sugg

I'm a Dapper Dan Man!

fireflynerd


quality posts: 0 Private Messages fireflynerd

Shaving cream followed by a razor blade.

lobo81865


quality posts: 1 Private Messages lobo81865

Gel, and I'm just happy to still have some at 48.

rejiii


quality posts: 2 Private Messages rejiii

Hair, what hair? I haven't seen any on the top of my head for 40 years.

seasparky5


quality posts: 0 Private Messages seasparky5

A LITTLE BACON GREASE AND A BIT OF VERY HIGH QUALITY EXTRA,EXTRA VIRGIN FIRST COLD PRESSING OLIVE OIL.

circusninja


quality posts: 8 Private Messages circusninja
Davandar wrote:I am unsure what she uses but there is Something About Mary's hair that's different...



+2 Bwah ha ha ha

But really, this poll is prejudiced against bald people. WOOT, I hope you have a good lawyer! :-P

mydogscute


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mydogscute

Leave-in conditioner to tame the frizzies

n2um


quality posts: 0 Private Messages n2um

What hair?

kirsten658


quality posts: 0 Private Messages kirsten658

Mousse, you dummies, mousse - may be old school but still works!

nicholseg


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mydogscute wrote:Leave-in conditioner to tame the frizzies


add another vote for this

pisces42


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I have super thick curly hair and have to use a complicated concoction of leave-in conditioner, de-frizzing cream, and liquid gel... it's a bit ridiculous.

berblaine


quality posts: 2 Private Messages berblaine

What is this hair of which you speak?

mkipiniak


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mkipiniak

What about mousse? For y'all born prior to 1980, this was a HUGE innovation in hair care. If I did put something in my hair, it would be mousse.

robertwooddellweaver


quality posts: 0 Private Messages robertwooddellweaver

About a fourth of the time I use a conditioner. That's a wax, isn't it?

swabjockey


quality posts: 0 Private Messages swabjockey

Not enough hair to use any of that crap.

Seadog

fuzzypeaches


quality posts: 10 Private Messages fuzzypeaches

Curl enhancing mousse...otherwise it's frizzy & blah. I'm happy that Suave has came up with one. Only $2.50 a can. It's just as good as the $10+ a can I'd been buying & works just as good!

10 quality post! Whoo hoo! I'M SOMEBODY!!!

myangelbear77


quality posts: 0 Private Messages myangelbear77

Leave in moisturizer aka curly hair crap... but Hubby falls in the what hair category!

olibaba


quality posts: 0 Private Messages olibaba

Sometimes I use mousse, mostly I just wash and go. When I really like my hair but its time to wash it, or I don't have time to wash it, I use dry shampoo. It really works!

jothamknight


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jothamknight

Headblade products, because I'm naturally balding.

matt1976


quality posts: 10 Private Messages matt1976

Lotion and dry shampoo. I only really wash it about once a month.

hot72chev


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fuzzypeaches wrote:Curl enhancing mousse...otherwise it's frizzy & blah. I'm happy that Suave has came up with one. Only $2.50 a can. It's just as good as the $10+ a can I'd been buying & works just as good!


I have the same type of hair and am tired of paying for the $10/can stuff. Thanks for the hint, I'll look for some Suave!

jradish


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jradish

Moroccan oil

HomerTime


quality posts: 1 Private Messages HomerTime
sugg wrote:I'm a Dapper Dan Man!



Watch your language, young feller, this is a public market. Now if you want Dapper Dan, I can order it for you, have it in a couple of weeks.

ceagee


quality posts: 61 Private Messages ceagee

How come you could only vote for one thing ? I need a lot of product to pamper my hair. Or at least that's what my hairdresser tells me when she sells me crap for it. =P

myfester


quality posts: 4 Private Messages myfester

Hair dye.

glawen


quality posts: 0 Private Messages glawen

I have more hair on my knuckles than on my head, so if the latter is what you're talking about, a small amount of water is far more than I need.

glawen


quality posts: 0 Private Messages glawen

I have more hair on my knuckles than on my head, so if the latter is what is meant, a little water is far more than I need.

glawen


quality posts: 0 Private Messages glawen

And why does "edit" not allow one to delete a comment when one finds that one has, because of the outrageous lag sometime present on this site, re-sent a duplication (or close to it) of one's comments?

scizzie


quality posts: 0 Private Messages scizzie

Leave-in conditioner/oil/heat protectant.

zyrilia


quality posts: 2 Private Messages zyrilia
kirsten658 wrote:Mousse, you dummies, mousse - may be old school but still works!



+5 on mousse. It works better than hairspray on my crazy hair.

The muzzle end of a .45 pretty much says 'go away' in every language.

TheTexasTwister


quality posts: 10 Private Messages TheTexasTwister

Just shampoo with conditioner.

I like my hair cut very short and combed straight forward in a Julius Caesar style. I don't need to add anything.

DarthTagnan


quality posts: 2 Private Messages DarthTagnan
fireflynerd wrote:Shaving cream followed by a razor blade.



+1