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    [–] True story damnitjohn 3 points ago in dankmemes

    Honestly we just asked so if they lied, not much we could do about it.

    [–] True story damnitjohn 1 points ago in dankmemes

    At the movie theater I ushered, PG13 meant 13 and up or any child with an responsible adult.

    [–] Was watching a movie till I saw a familar face damnitjohn 20 points ago in brooklynninenine

    Right?? I came here to say the eyes look strange and are kinda freaking me out

    [–] Can anyone identify this font? damnitjohn 1 points ago in identifythisfont

    Gonna have to go with Trajan Pro on this one. Might not be exact but very close

    [–] What’s something completely false that your parents told you as a child? damnitjohn 3 points ago in AskReddit

    My parents convinced me I had a tail, and that before I could go to kindergarten they’d have to cut it off so I could be normal like all the other little kids

    [–] Does anyone else have this lp and is that number unique? damnitjohn 2 points ago in imaginedragons

    I’m not 100% sure I’m remembering this right but weren’t there a bunch of clues hidden on the album cover and those were coordinates to a guitar case filled with prizes in the desert near Las Vegas?

    I think I remembered right

    [–] The definition of insensitive damnitjohn 0 points ago in trashy

    Have you read “Mans Search for Meaning”? Amazing first account from a survivor that suffered through all that horror and came out learning how to love people more.

    [–] Not everyone serves a mission - this ward gets it! damnitjohn 1 points ago in latterdaysaints

    I make the missionary plaques at my work and I love when people order these service plaques. It’s important to recognize their service and sacrifice of time as well.

    [–] Oldest Siblings of Reddit, What do you hate about being the oldest sibling? damnitjohn 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Currently going through this now. Extremely hard to set boundaries with people so close to you.

    [–] Need haircut advice for regrowing thinned hair (routine and details in comments) damnitjohn 1 points ago in curlyhair

    Referred here from r/femalehairadvice

    I shampoo with Ogx Teatree & mint, condition with Shea Moisture Strengthen and restore, upside down. Dry a little with a micro fiber towel. Then, with my hair flipped over, use Shea moisture strengthen and restore leave in conditioner, Ogx argon oil, and garnier fruitics conditioning gel, and then I let it air dry. After it’s dry, I add the tiniest amount of gel again and scrunch the crunch.

    I’m just looking for a haircut while I’m in the process of growing it back out. Not looking to do the big chop or any pixie. Thank you in advance

    [–] Went through a rough depression last winter and my hair thinned out. Need advice on how to get back to where it was. TF-before BR-most recent damnitjohn 6 points ago in femalehairadvice

    Thank you! I really appreciate it. I will go through their product list again. I just remember looking the first time and being discouraged with how expensive the diva products are

    [–] Went through a rough depression last winter and my hair thinned out. Need advice on how to get back to where it was. TF-before BR-most recent damnitjohn 14 points ago in femalehairadvice

    I have looked through their stuff and tried a couple of different peoples’ methods but I haven’t found anything that works for me so far. A lot of trial and error.

    Ps. As a graphic designer, I love your username

    [–] Went through a rough depression last winter and my hair thinned out. Need advice on how to get back to where it was. TF-before BR-most recent damnitjohn 15 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in femalehairadvice

    ~Edit; looking for a haircut suggestion while working on growing it back out.

    Thank you so much for all the wonderful suggestions so far!~

    Long story short, my hair was falling out in clumps from stress and me pulling it.

    I’m in a better place mentally and have already taken steps to help the process, e.g. vitamins, diet change, an increase in water. I don’t use heat on it and when I wash it I use Ogx teatree mint shampoo (naturally dry skin) and shea butter repair and restore conditioner.

    I’ve already noticed a lot of growth coming back so I just need some hairstyle advice to feel more confident as it grows back out. It does this weird forking thing on the back, and I’ve got two long curly clumps that drape over the front of my shoulders that look a bit odd.