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Friday, October 21, 2005

Sister Nancy Beth's open thread of righteousness & beauty supplies

Sister Nancy Beth is going to try an experiment in feedback with my hordes of readers here with this "open thread" business. One possible topic for discussion is, "What is your favorite line of hair care products?" Sister Nancy Beth wants to know!

12 Comments:

  • At October 24, 2005 9:32 AM, Blogger Roxanne said…

    I know you won't approve, but I'm partial to the French "Fructis"

     
  • At October 24, 2005 12:23 PM, Anonymous Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Ha-ha, Roxanne. I wanted haircare products, not what you tart yourself up with before a night of streetwalking.

     
  • At October 26, 2005 11:10 AM, Blogger Princess Sparkle Pony said…

    My faves are... whatever Condi uses!

    And OMG it's about time I got to comment on this blog. Anybody who has Agape Press on their blogroll is OK by me.

     
  • At October 26, 2005 11:36 AM, Anonymous Jake - but not that one said…

    This blog is quite possibly among the very best blogs on the net.

    THANK YOU FOR OPENING THIS UP FOR COMMENTS!

    Last week I searched hi and lo to find a way to tell you that I LOVE this blog, to no avail. But somebody must have heard me, because, voila! you went and enabled comments.

    I love the Whores of Heresy list. I am afraid the Warriors list is too toxic for me. Sorry.

    Jake

    PS - there is no way you can keep this kind of creativity going for very long, but for as long as you do, I will read.

     
  • At October 26, 2005 12:49 PM, Blogger Reba said…

    Pantene - it seems to work well with the hard water out here on the prairie, and while I know it's sinful and I should just do what all the apostolics do and whip my hair into a bun and secure a doily with pins to show my submission to God and men, I donated my hair to Locks for Love and now I think it's my solemn duty to grow it back as quickly as possible so I can once again join the ranks of the proper women in my town so that's why I use it. Can I be forgiven?

     
  • At October 26, 2005 12:49 PM, Anonymous Lynnie said…

    Love your religious fervor and devotion. I help to maintain my madonna-do with the god approved Aqua Net.

     
  • At October 26, 2005 3:48 PM, Blogger PSoTD said…

    Crushed Ruby headbands, that's what I need.

     
  • At October 26, 2005 7:37 PM, Anonymous Willow said…

    Aveda Rosemary Mint shampoo. Lovely smelling stuff and it makes my fine hair seem fuller and somewhat easier to pin up. (Only my husband sees the glory of my hair down around my shoulders.)

     
  • At October 26, 2005 8:15 PM, Anonymous Immaculotta said…

    Trust nothing, dear sisters, on your unshorn tresses but the dust of our brothers' feet (and the water in the basin which we used to wash them)

    Being convicted to share this product, I'm working on an infomercial and marketing strategy.

     
  • At October 27, 2005 6:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    one of the funniest, most well written pieces available.
    Thanks for all the laughs, chuckles and demented smiles.

     
  • At October 27, 2005 8:33 PM, Anonymous Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Princess: It's an open secret in the Industry (the hairdressing industry, that is) that Condi swears by Dark and Lovely and Aussie Knot Forgotten Detangler.

    Jake: I will lead the flock until the Lord summons me to that great beauty parlor in the sky.

    Reba: The biggest test of my faith happened in the Midwest, where the water was so hard my shampoo wouldn't lather and my hair felt like wire for three days. I will ask St. Jude to intercede on your behalf. Also, it is possible to have a brash hairdo and still be subservient to menfolk. This isn't your mother's Catholicism.

    Lynnie: Ah, Aqua-Net, as constant as the northern star...

    PSoTD: I might have known it would be red - the color of harlots.

    Willow: That Aveda sounds great. Jesus & I presently have a bottle of Essential Organics mint & rosemary shampoo that is absolutely divine. Nearer, my God, to thee.

    Immaculotta: I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but Prell beat you to it.

    Anonymous: I don't see what's so funny here.

     
  • At October 30, 2005 7:22 AM, Anonymous Jake - but not that one said…

    Sister Nancy Beth, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE open up your posts for comments.

    Swallowing words is likely to lead to some dreadful disease or another. Save me from that fate!

    Jake

     

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