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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Picture time.
Vibri marches onwards!

My hair was so curly in those days. Note the blue badge. It says "SEGA" on there. I was a bit of a zealot before I could spell the word, as I've told a few people already.

A smaller picture of Jess' presents.

And a larger picture, in case anyone wants a Parappa background, or something crazy like that.

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It was curly, not a mullet. ò_ó

(Well... it was just really curly at the back, and the family thought it was cute, so I had to suffer it getting as long as that. A mullet's usually short at the front and the sides, I just had long hair all over the top of my head, really...)

*Cackles* A mullet!! Can tell you were a child of the 80s then. ;)

As you well know, my "hairstyle" has been either:

a) cut recently, looking quite strange and making me look a bit of a skinhead, almost.
b) left to grow, looking scruffy as heck.

Any hairstyles at the same time were purely coincidence.

I'm sorry, but I have to induct you into the Mullet hall of fame.

It was always around May that the pictures were taken as well. Heatwave finally starts and I look like that. I was not the happiest of kids.

Still, so long as it's noted it wasn't my fault. I had to grin and bear that hair; I had no ability to pay for a haircut in them days. It would have cost nearly FIVE POUNDS. That was ten weeks' worth of pocket money then!

One bit of info you never knew about me: my hair's always been curly and when I was still relatively young (around 6) my Nan would take us to Enfield Town, and all the old dears would say "What a cute granddaughter you have!" at me.

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