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DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 01:59 PM
Just what the title says..When friend and family refers to you are you so and so (_______ ) with the really long hair?

chen bao jun
September 3rd, 2015, 02:29 PM
Yep. Definitely. But not because its long. I'm the 'all that HAIR' girl because its thick. (and usually out of control)

lapushka
September 3rd, 2015, 02:32 PM
Not really. I doubt most of them know I have classic length hair by now. It's always in a LWB with a 2-prong fork.

gyhaslan
September 3rd, 2015, 03:05 PM
My friends have definitely described me to others as "you know, gyhaslan, with the long, curly hair" :)

italianamama
September 3rd, 2015, 03:12 PM
HA, no, I'm known for my inability to keep my opinion to myself :D

goneJackal
September 3rd, 2015, 03:15 PM
Not that my hair is that long, but being male and having long hair makes people refer to me as "the long-haired man".
But people also refer to me as "the man with really pale skin".

Groovy Granny
September 3rd, 2015, 03:19 PM
Maybe lol...."the older lady with silvering hair that's too long for her age" :p
There is only one other long hair in my Church...my age...and she has JUST started to silver.
Here hair is TBL?...maybe they think I am copying HER? ROFLOL :laugh:

Hairkay
September 3rd, 2015, 03:26 PM
As as child all of us got known as the ones with two plaits. It became a trademark. That's my mother and grandmother's fault.

Family did notice that we've got different hair types but everyone had thick hair. My siblings and cousins more or less had the same length hair too. In school there were those with longer hair and those with shorter hair. They ranged from thick to thin, kinky curly to curly to wavy to straight. I also had the average dark hair.

I did recently speak to a family friend from the Caribbean who I hadn't seen since I was 12. He asked if I still had all that hair. I was surprised at being remembered like that.

gthlvrmx
September 3rd, 2015, 03:33 PM
I think I vaguely remembered some other kids in school pointing me out and they said something like, "Oh, him. The guy with the long hair." I did like being known for my hair.

Fericera
September 3rd, 2015, 03:41 PM
As a child I was. My hair isn't long enough to stand out now.

parkmikii
September 3rd, 2015, 03:48 PM
Not at all, lately having long hair became pretty much the normality here even with teenager girls.

Seeshami
September 3rd, 2015, 03:51 PM
No I am notorious because of my attitude. My cousins, aunts and uncles know my goal in life is to ruin their day when by freak accident we are in the same location. I don't do things against my will so it's accidental meetings or when I am conned into get togethers. Which means some one should know better by now and completely deserves it!

SThr
September 3rd, 2015, 05:12 PM
My hair is past classic now, but I'm not known by my hair as far as I can tell. I am, however, known for turning to my friends and saying "(friend), you know what I need?" "What, SThr?" "I need more g*****n hair."

meteor
September 3rd, 2015, 05:18 PM
I am... which is strange to me, since I never even wear it down... :confused: :lol:

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 05:50 PM
Yep. Definitely. But not because its long. I'm the 'all that HAIR' girl because its thick. (and usually out of control)
thats a good thing to be known for too!


Not really. I doubt most of them know I have classic length hair by now. It's always in a LWB with a 2-prong fork.
Youre stealthily classic..flying under the radar :)


My friends have definitely described me to others as "you know, gyhaslan, with the long, curly hair" :)
Thats nice..:) way to be described


HA, no, I'm known for my inability to keep my opinion to myself :D
lol..nothing wrong with knowing how you feel and expressing it :)


Not that my hair is that long, but being male and having long hair makes people refer to me as "the long-haired man".
But people also refer to me as "the man with really pale skin".
how bout the long haired man with the really pale skin


Maybe lol...."the older lady with silvering hair that's too long for her age" :p
There is only one other long hair in my Church...my age...and she has JUST started to silver.
Here hair is TBL?...maybe they think I am copying HER? ROFLOL :laugh:

No she'll be following your lead GG ..youre the maverick with not only the length but the silvers. :)


As as child all of us got known as the ones with two plaits. It became a trademark. That's my mother and grandmother's fault.

Family did notice that we've got different hair types but everyone had thick hair. My siblings and cousins more or less had the same length hair too. In school there were those with longer hair and those with shorter hair. They ranged from thick to thin, kinky curly to curly to wavy to straight. I also had the average dark hair.

I did recently speak to a family friend from the Caribbean who I hadn't seen since I was 12. He asked if I still had all that hair. I was surprised at being remembered like that.
very cool ..you now know it is how youre referred to and remembered :) nice


I think I vaguely remembered some other kids in school pointing me out and they said something like, "Oh, him. The guy with the long hair." I did like being known for my hair.
I hope to one day be known for my long hair too..:)

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 05:50 PM
QUOTE=Fericera;3076732]As a child I was. My hair isn't long enough to stand out now.
neither is mine but im working on it :)


Not at all, lately having long hair became pretty much the normality here even with teenager girls.
Ive been noticing too alot of younger girls with waist length hair. When I was there age not many of us had hair that long. Probably because we were messing with it too much ..the 80's ya know :)


No I am notorious because of my attitude. My cousins, aunts and uncles know my goal in life is to ruin their day when by freak accident we are in the same location. I don't do things against my will so it's accidental meetings or when I am conned into get togethers. Which means some one should know better by now and completely deserves it!

You...attitude..?// come on..youre kidding :) Well the big naughty notorious mess is famous in these parts isnt he"


My hair is past classic now, but I'm not known by my hair as far as I can tell. I am, however, known for turning to my friends and saying "(friend), you know what I need?" "What, SThr?" "I need more g*****n hair." Classic.!!.you MUST be known for it!


I am... which is strange to me, since I never even wear it down... :confused: :lol:
Your attempt at being stealthy was futile! ..:)

Seeshami
September 3rd, 2015, 05:53 PM
Hahaha I am meaner when there's no knit to keep people safe

Groovy Granny
September 3rd, 2015, 05:53 PM
No shell be following your lead GG ..youre the maverick with not only the length but the silvers. :)


I'm surely the maverick re: styles and hair toys ; you don't see any of that here ...just a lot of walmart claws in a messy twist or a pony tail lol

Naunnie
September 3rd, 2015, 05:55 PM
Yes, I am known for my long hair and I'm okay with that. :o I personally don't know anyone else that has long hair. It is not uncommon for someone to see me out and say "I saw that hair and knew it was you". I have heard other people describe me as "you know... that lady with the long hair". Hey! could be worse! :bigtongue:

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 06:03 PM
Yes, I am known for my long hair and I'm okay with that. :o I personally don't know anyone else that has long hair. It is not uncommon for someone to see me out and say "I saw that hair and knew it was you". I have heard other people describe me as "you know... that lady with the long hair". Hey! could be worse! :bigtongue:
Yes..Id say its a pretty dang good thing to be known for! :)

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 06:04 PM
I'm surely the maverick re: styles and hair toys ; you don't see any of that here ...just a lot of walmart claws in a messy twist or a pony tail lol
Dont doubt that :)

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 06:07 PM
Hahaha I am meaner when there's no knit to keep people safe
Im still getting over the traumatization from your previous avatar..lol :couch:

Groovy Granny
September 3rd, 2015, 06:15 PM
Dont doubt that :)

Oh I don't lol ;)

Seeshami
September 3rd, 2015, 06:48 PM
Im still getting over the traumatization from your previous avatar..lol :couch:

Hahahahaha do I need the moustache one to quiet your fears?

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 06:58 PM
Hahahahaha do I need the moustache one to quiet your fears?

Do an entirely new one ..like your epic bun that looked like a gigantic hamburger bun..lol
(JK..no no...dont change it..!.you look so gorgeous and lovely in this avatar..)

Nadine <3
September 3rd, 2015, 07:28 PM
No, I am known as "the really shy girl with the crazy blue eyes." People remember my eyes.

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 07:35 PM
No, I am known as "the really shy girl with the crazy blue eyes." People remember my eyes.
also a nice thing to be known for :wink:

syndel
September 3rd, 2015, 07:52 PM
I think the length of my hair is usually a second or third identifier people will use for me. Redhead comes up pretty often though.

Laughter
September 3rd, 2015, 08:00 PM
Yes, I think I am. I saw an old friend who hadn't seen in a while, and she told her husband happily, by way of introduction, "See, this is my fluffy-haired friend who I told you about!"

I decided to take that as a compliment, lol.

Beckstar
September 3rd, 2015, 08:02 PM
Just what the title says..When friend and family refers to you are you so and so (_______ ) with the really long hair?

I'm know for my curls. 3a/b.

woodswanderer
September 3rd, 2015, 08:10 PM
Yep, known for my hair by friends, family, and strangers.

Today I got a comment from a stranger on the length and had to refrain from saying I just got around 4 inches cut off.

Now, on here, my length is not very long. Too funny.

DweamGoiL
September 3rd, 2015, 08:17 PM
I maintain my hair between waist and hip and in my neighborhood it's long, but not THAT long! Family wise they notice how healthy it is and when I tell them I don't process or heat dry it, they look at me like I have 2 heads.

AutobotsAttack
September 3rd, 2015, 08:25 PM
No not yet. People mainly
Know me as that funny, short chick.
My personality has always made people
Flock to me. Which I find to be a nice
Personality trait that I would never change
And my shortness is always loved by
My taller friends because they like to
Make harmless jokes and swing me around lol

quirkybookworm
September 3rd, 2015, 08:26 PM
I'm known for my hair, but not for the length. Since I was a little kid (or, at least, since my hair color changed to red :p ) I've been referred to as, 'the redhead' or 'the ginger' or 'that girl with the red hair'. So, I've always been known for my hair, but never for the length, and I'm wondering if that'll change at some point. One of the things I'm excited for with getting to longer lengths is when people will start asking more about that than my color. Basically, I'm curious as to what the magic length is for people to stop automatically noticing the color, and instead notice the length? I don't mind, at all, to be known for the color - I'm just curious, if you know what I mean. :lol:

Though, if I'm being honest with myself, it's probably never going to happen. Indoors, my hair looks a fairly bland color, but when I go outside it gets super vibrant - a lot of people refuse to believe it isn't dyed - so even if I had super long hair, I'd probably still only be noticed for the color. The woes of gingerhood :p

trolleypup
September 3rd, 2015, 08:39 PM
Yes. Friends, neighbors, employees of businesses I frequent, coworkers, and strangers (ranging from my old monicker of "That Long Haired (body part) on the 30" (passengers who didn't like me) to commentary from locals, tourists, and railfans from me on the old streetcars).

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 09:16 PM
Yep, known for my hair by friends, family, and strangers.

Today I got a comment from a stranger on the length and had to refrain from saying I just got around 4 inches cut off.

Now, on here, my length is not very long. Too funny.
Very cool.. you should of said you just got off 20 " hehe..see thei jaw drop.


I maintain my hair between waist and hip and in my neighborhood it's long, but not THAT long! Family wise they notice how healthy it is and when I tell them I don't process or heat dry it, they look at me like I have 2 heads.
They should take note :) ..look at the great results!


No not yet. People mainly
Know me as that funny, short chick.
My personality has always made people
Flock to me. Which I find to be a nice
Personality trait that I would never change
And my shortness is always loved by
My taller friends because they like to
Make harmless jokes and swing me around lol
Theres still time to be known as the short funny girl with long hair!


I'm known for my hair, but not for the length. Since I was a little kid (or, at least, since my hair color changed to red :p ) I've been referred to as, 'the redhead' or 'the ginger' or 'that girl with the red hair'. So, I've always been known for my hair, but never for the length, and I'm wondering if that'll change at some point. One of the things I'm excited for with getting to longer lengths is when people will start asking more about that than my color. Basically, I'm curious as to what the magic length is for people to stop automatically noticing the color, and instead notice the length? I don't mind, at all, to be known for the color - I'm just curious, if you know what I mean. :lol:

Though, if I'm being honest with myself, it's probably never going to happen. Indoors, my hair looks a fairly bland color, but when I go outside it gets super vibrant - a lot of people refuse to believe it isn't dyed - so even if I had super long hair, I'd probably still only be noticed for the color. The woes of gingerhood :p
Well you hair is striking and memorable and youll eventually be known for the colour and the length..double whammy. To me your hairs already long!


Yes. Friends, neighbors, employees of businesses I frequent, coworkers, and strangers (ranging from my old monicker of "That Long Haired (body part) on the 30" (passengers who didn't like me) to commentary from locals, tourists, and railfans from me on the old streetcars).

No chance of you just laying low and blending into the crowd eh :)

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 09:19 PM
I'm know for my curls. 3a/b.
Well thats niice!..I hope to be known for my long curly hair one day :)


Yes, I think I am. I saw an old friend who hadn't seen in a while, and she told her husband happily, by way of introduction, "See, this is my fluffy-haired friend who I told you about!"

I decided to take that as a compliment, lol.
yes do take it as compliment! :)


I think the length of my hair is usually a second or third identifier people will use for me. Redhead comes up pretty often though.
Still up there though-still memorable

bed_head
September 3rd, 2015, 09:39 PM
Even before I cut my hair, people generally identified me by my boobs. They aren't freakishly big or anything, but they do tend to stand out in a crowd I guess since that is what friends tell me is the first thing they noticed (and I swear don't dress to emphasise them). Hopefully, since I started using henna, it will become the redhead and not the-chick-with-giant-knockers. ;) Maybe, in a couple years, once my hair is back to where it was, people will start calling me the long haired redhead.

DollyDagger
September 3rd, 2015, 09:47 PM
I'm know for my curls. 3a/b.


Yes, I think I am. I saw an old friend who hadn't seen in a while, and she told her husband happily, by way of introduction, "See, this is my fluffy-haired friend who I told you about!"

I decided to take that as a compliment, lol.
It wi


I think the length of my hair is usually a second or third identifier people will use for me. Redhead comes up pretty often though.


Even before I cut my hair, people generally identified me by my boobs. They aren't freakishly big or anything, but they do tend to stand out in a crowd I guess since that is what friends tell me is the first thing they noticed (and I swear don't dress to emphasise them). Hopefully, since I started using henna, it will become the redhead and not the-chick-with-giant-knockers. ;) Maybe, in a couple years, once my hair is back to where it was, people will start calling me the long haired redhead.
Itll probably be both...knockers and long red hair..lol Id imagine particularly so with the dudes.

Seeshami
September 3rd, 2015, 11:36 PM
Do an entirely new one ..like your epic bun that looked like a gigantic hamburger bun..lol
(JK..no no...dont change it..!.you look so gorgeous and lovely in this avatar..)

Ah you haven't seen the photo dumps of AspenSong's photography. She takes lovely pictures even when I am sick and half drunk on cough syrup. (not kidding)

syndel
September 3rd, 2015, 11:43 PM
Even before I cut my hair, people generally identified me by my boobs. They aren't freakishly big or anything, but they do tend to stand out in a crowd I guess since that is what friends tell me is the first thing they noticed (and I swear don't dress to emphasise them). Hopefully, since I started using henna, it will become the redhead and not the-chick-with-giant-knockers. ;) Maybe, in a couple years, once my hair is back to where it was, people will start calling me the long haired redhead.

Preach sister. I feel you on this one so very much. I'm a 10F in Australian sizing (where I'm from, I believe it's 32F US or 32G UK in other countries). When people are try to describe me they'll politely try to avoid the topic of my tatas until they get frustrated with the other person. It usually goes this way "She's the short one... Long red hair.... With the posh accent.... OH MY GOD! HUGE BOOBS. SHE'S THE ONE WITH THE HUGE BOOBS." Then the realization dawns lol. Bane of my life.

MissPetite2010
September 4th, 2015, 12:23 AM
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Been a while since I've been on. Here's a recent pic of my hair now. Almost waist length. I'm 4'7, and now I'm basically known for short with long hair. At my work, customers are now commenting on how long my hair is. Now that's it almost to goal of WL, I'm kinda wanting to grow it to TBL. What do u guys think?

KittyBird
September 4th, 2015, 02:28 AM
Nah, it's usually my eyes, if they get close enough to see my eyecolour. I have one blue eye and one brown eye. I guess people also notice my hair colour, since it's a pretty vibrant red that kind of looks natural and unnatural at the same time.
As for length, it's not unusually long these days. Lots of girls/women have hip length hair around here. When it was tbl+, I wore it up all the time so no one got to see how long it was. :p

maria_asa
September 4th, 2015, 04:22 AM
Not really since I always wear it up. At work however I'm known as the one with all the strange sticks and stuff in her hair. (Or as one co-worker likes to call them - weapons.)

Johannah
September 4th, 2015, 05:33 AM
People subscribe me as 'you know, the girl with the hair sticks' :p

Arctic
September 4th, 2015, 05:41 AM
I'm know for my curls. 3a/b.

I'm in a silly mood, and couldn't resist:


So, they call you 3a/b? "This is my friend I talked about, you know, 3a/b!" :spitting:

Ok I'll crawl back under the rocks again. :couch:

dogzdinner
September 4th, 2015, 08:44 AM
My hair is very unnoticeable...people generally call me 'the one with glasses' (and try and think of a polite way of saying fat!:D).

Agnes Hannah
September 6th, 2015, 01:48 PM
People are starting to notice my hair although it is up most of the time. A couple of weeks ago some of my colleagues shaved their hair for charity, and they tried to persuade me to join in,my boss said it was highly unlikely as he had seen my hair loose and it was really long! He indicated that it was classic, i felt guilty about this so highlighted that it was only almost TBL.
Previously I have been noticed for being short, large eyes and prominent boobies.

MINAKO
September 6th, 2015, 01:56 PM
Not really, i get a ton of comments when i wear it down but don't do that often enough for it to be a signature feature.

Swan Maiden
September 6th, 2015, 06:39 PM
Currently, no not that I'm aware of. In the past it was always the color that someone yelled to me to attract my attention or people close to me would teasingly call me. Blondie, rubia, bionda, malak have all been common descriptions for me.

bed_head
September 6th, 2015, 07:19 PM
Preach sister. I feel you on this one so very much. I'm a 10F in Australian sizing (where I'm from, I believe it's 32F US or 32G UK in other countries). When people are try to describe me they'll politely try to avoid the topic of my tatas until they get frustrated with the other person. It usually goes this way "She's the short one... Long red hair.... With the posh accent.... OH MY GOD! HUGE BOOBS. SHE'S THE ONE WITH THE HUGE BOOBS." Then the realization dawns lol. Bane of my life.

At least they try to avoid it. My co-workers make the 'honk-honk' gesture. :laugh:

Beckstar
September 6th, 2015, 07:43 PM
I'm in a silly mood, and couldn't resist:


So, they call you 3a/b? "This is my friend I talked about, you know, 3a/b!" :spitting:

Ok I'll crawl back under the rocks again. :couch:

Ding ding ding! You win a rubber duckie!!

emilynella
September 6th, 2015, 09:19 PM
I was always known for my super short hair. Now whenever people see me that I knew from high school they say "OH Your hair has gotten so long!!" and I'm only at collarbone/APL length!Shows how short my hair has always been I hope some day I could be known for long hair.

syndel
September 6th, 2015, 11:26 PM
At least they try to avoid it. My co-workers make the 'honk-honk' gesture. :laugh:

Hahaha so classy! :rolling:

nalgena
September 7th, 2015, 12:09 AM
No, because my hair is only ant APL, but in the past my hair was short, so some people who haven't seen me in a while (years) comment how much my hair has grown.

aurorae
September 8th, 2015, 01:09 PM
Yep. Definitely. But not because its long. I'm the 'all that HAIR' girl because its thick. (and usually out of control)
Yes to this Chen,tho not long at all by my standards,it is long at where i live,its so sad to see people think my hair is so full and thick and long when they could have it themselves.But if im being real superficial,I Love being known for ze mane.

bed_head
September 8th, 2015, 04:29 PM
Hahaha so classy! :rolling:

That's how we roll around here :toast:

Sarahlabyrinth
September 8th, 2015, 05:31 PM
I don't know what I am known for, likely the one who dresses so dowdily and doesn't make the most of herself. I don't wear my hair down so people don't see how long it is. Though my buns are rather large these days :) Though with hair length, large buns don't always mean super long hair.

endlessly
September 8th, 2015, 08:55 PM
I'm always known as "the one with the long hair", which is probably due in part to the fact that I have a rather different name and "girl with long hair" is probably easier to remember.

MeAndTheMaz
September 9th, 2015, 11:57 PM
At work, I'm usually referred to as "the long-haired, barefoot guy" by people who don't know my name.

I'm okay with that.

ArienEllariel
September 10th, 2015, 07:24 AM
sort of. I'm the only somewhat redhead in the group so usually I'm the redhead.

browneyedsusan
September 10th, 2015, 09:03 AM
I was the "lady with the super-short hair" for a lot of years.
Trying to work my way to the other end of the spectrum now. :)

I have gotten a couple of compliments on my hair--new job this year, and meeting new people because of it. I think they'd be shocked to know I had a pixie for so many years! lol!

fiğrildi
September 10th, 2015, 09:16 AM
Yes, definitely :laugh:
When I had the curly perm I used to be the "hippie-looking short girl with Brave's hair" :rolleyes:

parkmikii
September 10th, 2015, 10:30 AM
Day 29-30: nautilus
Day 31: lazy wrap bun

HairPlease
September 10th, 2015, 11:26 AM
I'm known as the silver haired youngster. Everyone recognizes it.

Inga-Marjukka
October 14th, 2015, 11:22 AM
I used to be a bit famous for my hair back at school when I was 13-15. My hair was bright red and a bit below my waist. Those were the days... :violin:

cat11
October 14th, 2015, 10:38 PM
I had black hair in school and it was kind of short and shaggy so people thought I looked like the girl from the breakfast club who ate the sandwich with the corn pops -_-

Soulina
October 14th, 2015, 10:55 PM
No, I would like to be, but it is not long enough yet. I am known as the one that looks like a "freak", girl with metal on her face, girl with tattoos or just girl, But hey I work in place that is 90% of males over 45 years. (I am 23)

morrigan*
October 15th, 2015, 01:21 AM
Not really. But one of friends said i would be easily recognized in dark because of my hair.

Alastríona
October 15th, 2015, 03:03 AM
Absolutely. I'm the one with the really long (anywhere from chin to TBL) *insert colour which is usually not accurate* hair. Except when I was fluoro pink. They usually got that bit right :-)

tigress86
October 15th, 2015, 04:02 AM
As a (recovering) dye addict, I am known for changing my hair color a lot. But I hope I'll be known for the health and length of my hair in the future.

red autumn
October 15th, 2015, 04:52 AM
i am definitly NOT known for my hair.
i burnt my hair and it took three years to have a good length back, with very ugly hair during this time, too short for me to love, and bizarre colors.
i used to live in paris, where most of the people have "short" hair and dye and blow dry. after three years i was very happy because i started to love my hair again, and the henna and lenght made my hair kind of pretty and "not like parisian hair". i moved to an another town, were EVERYBODY have long hair, beautiful and natural, even the men wear them past mi-back. lots of metal heads, too, black and curly hair everywhere.
back to be the shortest hair in the room.

Agnieszka
October 15th, 2015, 05:09 AM
I'm known as a person who loves to talk about hair :-)))) More than 3 years here and still no long hair :-( I will get there one day.

Thoughtcriminal
October 15th, 2015, 08:07 PM
I'm known for being a little eccentric in general- which includes my hair being long, and the strange things I put in it (i.e. eggs).

Both my long-haired sisters got their hair cut from hip/TBL to MBL (while I'm at TBL heading for classic), so I finally get to be the long haired sister :cool:

sumidha
October 16th, 2015, 12:42 AM
Nope, I'm a secret long hair, it's always up so very few people know how long it actually is. ;)

Shia
October 16th, 2015, 01:43 AM
I wouldn't say I'm known for my hair really, but people know it's a hobby/interest of mine. I often post on FB about it, or put up pictures of new styles I've tried out and friends often tag me in hair related posts.

David W
October 16th, 2015, 03:31 PM
Definitely. I'm the guy with the big ponytail or the guy with long hair at my new job. Not so much with family or friends though I am sure they use that to describe me to others.

Hurven
October 16th, 2015, 04:35 PM
I used to be known for my red hair, but not anymore. I guess I'm known for having an interest in hair, though. :p