@cinoclav I have hair similar to Ork’s. I went to the store for some “gel or something,” and the hair care section was a 30 by six foot wall of hair products. I usually wash my hair with the same bar soap I wash the rest of myself with, so to say I was overwhelmed by the selection is an understatement. Can you (or anyone else reading this) provide the brand name of a product, or a specific product description, you would recommend to Urk?
I finally decided on a bottle of conditioner that was on sale.
/image mane tail conditioner
@eonfifty It’s totally available. I have it on the subscription program and just received a new one a short time ago. The styling paste and that gel are very different products, but if it works for you, great.
@eonfifty@RiotDemon I use Mane’n’Tail every day. I have what’s called “fine” hair. I fine it in the sink; I fine it in the tub drain.
But the Mane’n’Tail works (ahem) fine for me. And I like the way it smells.
Can’t say about horses. But it’s worked on the dogs, in a pinch.
Having twins seems to invite these probing questions. Now that they are older, I don’t get it as much, but perfect strangers would think nothing of asking if we had used fertility treatments, also using the coded/loaded “Are they ‘natural?’” If I was feeling salty, which was a lot, I used to say, “No, they’re polyester.” Or, “As opposed to what?”
@mtb002 That’s because fertility problems are far more common than most people think, as are miscarriages; another event that “doesn’t happen” and never gets talked about; I suspect someone asking you about your twins probably has a story of their own. The incidence of twins is up in the last few decades because the incidence of fertility treatments is up. Granted; my question was aimed at a troll.