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I know her hair isn’t wrapped but I couldn’t resist…

The following conversation takes place between 11:47pm and 11:49pm:

M’Likshawnquan: You gonna take that thing off?

Jane: Damn baby, you getting straight the point tonight, huh?  ::Starts taking shirt off::

M’Likshawnquan: Not the shirt…well actually keep taking the shirt off…I was talkin’ about that scarf.  You in a dream gang or something?

Jane: Not.funny.  Look, I just paid Valencia $85 to relax this sh*t.  You lucky I don’t like sleepin’ with rollers.

M’Likshawnquan: I hear you, but it’s not exactly the sexiest thing in the world.

Jane: Deal with it.

M’Likshawnquan: I gotta grab a beer.  Be right back…

Maybe it’s a good thing I couldn’t find a picture of a woman adorned in a head scarf  because I’m sure there are some cats out there that have nightmares about them.  I’m sure at some point in a relationship, women have found themselves in lengthy discussions with their SO’s about them wrapping their hair at night.  You can explain ’til you’re blue in the face that the small effort of wrapping your hair keeps it looking fabulous and manageable, enabling him to run his fingers through it at his leisure.  (If he can, that is…)  Some men are adamant about not wanting to have their SO comin’ to bed lookin’ like an extra from Set It Off.  The benefits that come from her wrapping her hair usually are of no concern to him.

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The funny thing about the hair wrap beef is that it’s one of those things you don’t find out about until you’ve beat invested a significant amount of time with said woman.  When things first started and you were getting kicked out after she got her nut weren’t comfortable spending the night, you never really witnessed the hair wrapping saga.  Then you finally started spending the night and she comes up out the bathroom looking like somebody’s aunt.

Ugly head wraps, on the other hand, can definitely be a problem.  Your SO may be fine with the idea of a head wrap, but not so thrilled that it looks like his grandmother’s wallpaper.  Like any other unflattering piece of apparel, it’s simply going to be a turn off.  Fuchsia leopard print is a bad idea for pajamas, slippers and head wraps alike.  Knowing that some men may take issue with the idea of you wearing a head wrap to bed, don’t add fuel to the fire by wearing something ghastly.

As far as I’m concerned, wraps are fine.  No pain, no gain right?  The popular argument against the wrap is that it’s not the sexiest look in bed, but I would hope it take a lot more than a head wrap to send the mood south.  She’s naked for God’s sake! How does that not over shadow the head wrap situation? If it helps, keep in mind that it keeps her hair from flying all over the place while she’s sleeping and waking you up (For all you cuddlers out there).  Don’t panic…it’ll be ok.  There are alot worse things she could to bed wearing.

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Wrap or no wrap?  What say ye?

Whether it’s wrapped up or let down it’s getting sweated out,