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Hey, don't be scared, just be strong willed, and expect everything and anything in East London tbh. Turnpike lane has quite a bit of gang culture, but that is only ever a problem at night, during the day it is usually full of hustle and bustle, with the main bus station near by. The doner kebab shop there is lovely
It's very near Camden, sort of queens crescent ish although I'm moving to the Brecknock Rd area soon, I guess thats Camden road-ish, how do you find it at night and stuff? I'm not the most confident person out at night and though my area is a bit grim I've got used to it, is it very quiet and stuff? (sorry strange question haha). It's also quite relaxing to take like a whole afternoon of your day just for haircut time, can't beleive some people do it in their lunch hour and stuff
Oh wow, I always wished that would happen..some times the owner guy takes over for a bit at tusk but it makes confident he doesn't have to do that much..and he has a super cool handlebar moustache
Oh cool! I live in Gospel Oak, next stop :P Yep, and they'll look at your hair and note what you want..I've only ever asked for long layers so I'm not sure of what the other people do haha. I think I suffered the strange reverse mullet cos I went to 'extreme' academy..bad idea Tusk is probably the only hair place that takes off less hair than I want them too and I usually want them to keep the length as much as possible. The only downside is that it takes a bit longer than a normal haircut but if you usually go to trainee places I guess you'll be used to the wait for the guy to come over a check they haven't shaved a rude word or done it wrong :P
It's called Tusk and it's on Camden high street. It's a little bit annoying if you live far because you have to go in to book because all the trainees do different hair types etc and they have to look at you but it's worth it. I have curly hair and Hayley does mine, I recomend her Oh, is that the fancy one in central? I unfortunately had the worst haircut of my life there, a sort of revese mullet with no hair at the back and strange layers around my face, hopefully they aren't so brutal with you!
Thanks for the rep
In reply to your comment on my topic about avatar:
Because I've sat there attempting to watch those films and it didn't even occur to me that it was on.
I'm a very open minded person but I just didn't like the films. It's not a crime.
I guess the old system would've been better when you could still leave comments. My sig is just essentially saying to not bother with the neggers because I have yet to see once someone reply back to the common post edit which says "why did people neg me?" Also most of the edits which ask for reasons make it seem like the poster is a having a fit of rage from being negged and doesn't appear to handle the fact that people disagree with him/her.
You may be curious as to why the neggers disagree with you but most edits from people go along the line of
"great I'm being negged for my opinion! OH TSR! "
It just seems really sad to see them flip out at the idea of their opinion being disagreed with.
I suppose I should edit my sig slightly to say it "epitomises your sad need to have your own opinions accepted by everyone else". Doesn't roll off the tongue as easily though.
Are you on a gap year or at uni now?
You'll just have to go figure.
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