Inspired by vintage Hair
By Isabel Cutter
Koko has gone for a blow wave at the hairdressers. They are putting her hair up with bobby pins for the wedding ceremony tonight. Koko loves bobby pin fashion. They are best hair accessory. Here is a little bobby pin history.
A bobbing pin( also known as a bobby pin, or a kirby grip or hair grip in the United Kingdom) is a type of hairpin, usually of metal or plastic, used in coiffure to hold hair in place. It is a small double-pronged hair pin or clip that slides into hair with the prongs open and then the flexible prongs close over the hair to hold it in place. They are typically plain and unobtrusively colored, but some are elaborately decorated or jeweled. Bobbing pins became popular in the 1920s to hold the new bobbed hairstyles.
Mean while Teddy & Ranybow at work:
Teddy: “Ranybow pass me the soldering Iron”
Ranybow: “Here you go Teddy”
Teddy: “This tank is a nightmare the new integrated equipment has been a nuisance to secure.”
Ranybow: “Tell me about it, Koko is taking too long at the hairdresser this her area of expertise.”
Teddy: “Well we better do a good job. I cant seem to secure this unit properly.”
Koko: “Hi guys, do you like my rolls. They took to long at the hairdresser”
Ranybow: “You look good”
Koko: “Thanks Ranybow”
Koko: “Teddy step aside you are the muscle let me secure that”
Teddy: “Okay honey”
Koko: “Let me use a bobby pin to to hold the wire down while you solder it on so we don't have any accidents.”
Teddy: “Thanks Koko.”
Ranybow: “Koko lets go and leave him to it, Agent Browney is picking us all up soon. Have you seen his YouTube channel Koko"
Koko: "No Ranybow"
Ranybow: ''He is the man you should hear his pickup lines so fresh you would fall in love in an instant.”(click 'pickup lines')
Teddy: “Now now ladies get a move on”
“Yes Teddy” (in chorus)
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Bobby pin : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_pin
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