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    in your hair

    can we say "Get off my hair" if someone is in your hair?

    - How many times do I have to tell ya to turn off that crap!?
    - Get off my hair!
    Last edited by retro; 23-Jul-2007 at 23:38.


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    Re: in your hair

    I have not met it and it's not in the Urban Dictionary, but it will mean the same as "Get out of my hair" = "let me alone".

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    Re: in your hair

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    I have not met it and it's not in the Urban Dictionary, but it will mean the same as "Get out of my hair" = "let me alone".
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