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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Let Your Soul Glo...

8 comments:

Amias said...

Old as I am, I can remember the day I stopped inviting anyone to my home with a Jerri Curl. Cleaning the sofa was getting to be to expensive. Talking about grease spots ... but I must say I am guilty of enjoying the moving "Coming To America". It was corny, but it was so very amusing.

nerditry said...

Remind me never to invite Full Force to play a reunion show on my couch.

Invisible Woman said...

Yeah guys, sofas and soul glo juice don't mix...@nerditry, no you didn't go there...Full Force?! A friend and I saw them at the airport once in their full glory, headbands and all...we laughed our ASSES off for about a half an hour!

PurpleZoe said...

Classic.

Ehav Ever said...

You think this is funny remember the scene in Hollywood Shuffle where Keenan Ivory Wayens played the character who had that curl. When Robert Townsand stole his activator his curl dried up within seconds and Keenan was begging for the activator.

Ehav Ever said...

I just remembered that there some comedian that stated that the reason why grandmothers always had plastic covers on the couches and seats is because they knew the Jerry Curl was coming.

Invisible Woman said...

@ehav: i remember that scene; it was so funny! we used to imitate it. I hope it (that curl) never, ever, makes a comeback

Ehav Ever said...

Do you remember the next stage in the evolution of the curl? It was S-Curl, and the hook was S-Curl is the man's curl.

I can't laugh to much. I used to have a curl when I was a kid. That is until when I visited my aunt and uncle and I ran out activator and they made me go get a regular cut. They sent my older cousin to take me. Be the jokester that he was he took me to a barber who cut most of hair off. He had a good laugh with that one.

I was so mad I closed myself off in my room days hoping my hair would grow back and I would walk out and show it off in their faces. I also was trying to figure out a way to get one of those hair club for men kits. Looking back I am glad they made me cut it off. My uncle was normally a calm and quiet person had the funniest reaction I remember to the argument about cutting off my curl. His words were, Look dammit, your going to cut that thing off and that's final.

By the way remember those curl bags people had to wear when they went to sleep?