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Old 05-20-2003, 05:41 PM   #16
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I was SERIOUSLY thinking about shaving my head last week to see if I can get a "Beckham" look going. Maybe I will try cornrows instead,
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haha

zoner... that is hilarious.

Were you also considering Bending it like Beckham?
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his cornrows looks green in the first pic.


Ew...
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Old 05-20-2003, 08:49 PM   #19
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zoner... that is hilarious.

Were you also considering Bending it like Beckham?
I will not be playing soccer this year.
But, when I get my kickball league started this summer, I will "Bend it like Beckham."


And I am serious about the headshaving.....and kickball.
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his hair is a big deal because he is known for doing odd things to his hair and this just crossed the lines into just plain awful and ugly.
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Old 05-21-2003, 03:13 AM   #21
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i am telling you a one way ticket over (to) the pond is all i need.

yes, everyone wants a ticket to the stanley cup finals - but they're expensive my friend, EXPENSIVE.
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why is his hair-state (didn't really know what to call it, i do agree that it's ugly) such a big deal?
Because then people would have to make a big deal about his playing skills, which are ****. (OK, I think he's not bad, but I don't think he's one of the best players in the world like so many people think...)

*leaves thread quietly to cheer Celtic in the UEFA*
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He's done it cos the team is in Africa, its a ploy to get in Nelson Mandela's good books!
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I was SERIOUSLY thinking about shaving my head last week to see if I can get a "Beckham" look going. Maybe I will try cornrows instead,
jeff there are like 1000 beckham looks. if you put cornrows in your hair, i will be forced to cancel my flt to denver.
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From my local tabloid:

"Said a friend: 'At least he won't have to wear that Alice band when he plays football anymore. He had wanted braids for a while, but he waited until the end of the season.'

'He is heavily influenced by the rap scene and several big stars like Snoop Doggy Dog (sic)'"

What you will. Box story mentions of how some kid got kicked out of school for trying to copy darling Becks.
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Old 05-21-2003, 11:06 AM   #26
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from the BBC

[q]Banned for Beckham braids



Kenny Jamieson was told the hairstyle was unacceptable
A 14-year-old boy was suspended from school for sporting England football captain David Beckham's new haircut.
Kenny Jamieson was told by his head teacher the braided rows were unacceptable, newspapers reported on Tuesday.

Kenny's father Don told The Times: "There are plenty of girls at the school who have braids but the head teacher told me it was inappropriate to have such a hairstyle.

"That is ridiculous and I will not put up with it."

The head teacher of Savio High School in Bootle, Father Mageean, said the issue "had been resolved" last Friday.

Kenny was on study leave on Monday and Tuesday, and due to return to school for exams during the rest of the week.

Hairdressers across the UK were bracing themselves for an influx of young men requesting cornrows after Beckham revealed his new look this week.

"Children always copy whatever hairstyle Beckham has and soon the school will be overrun with boys with braids.

"They can't ban all of them," Mr Jamieson told the Daily Express.


Imitators may suffer for their style

Kenny was told not to return to school until the braids had been removed.

Hairdressers and doctors were less than welcoming of the new look, saying it can be painful plaiting the hair tight enough to hold, cause headaches and the risk of premature balding if the hair breaks at the base.

Fine blond hair was particularly susceptible.

Hairdresser Kim Johnson, whose salon specialises in Afro-Caribbean styling, said cornrows "can be a bit painful".

"It has to be quite tight for it to hold," he told BBC News Online. [/q]
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Great - he has no encouraged all of the young boys in England to look like Star Trek freaks.
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