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Emilie Frost

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I'm Emilie + Im 13 in May.

wasn't sure what this is when i joined, but i think its great.
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I love fashion.
Love vintage clothes.


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emilieee asked:

07 Apr 2009

Does 'bangs' mean your fringe?

I'd never heard the word before i came on here.

Maybe it's an American thing.

In Britain we just call it a fringe.

Haha, i bet its not even a fringe + ive just talked a load of rubbish for no reason.

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xiloveyoux

xiloveyoux says:

Posted on 07 Apr 2009

i think... it does.

bangs, fringe, the hair on your forehead hanging down, close enough :))

ladyluck

ladyluck says:

Posted on 07 Apr 2009

Yeah, they're the same. Bangs in the US, Fringe in the UK.

=)

xemma_bradburyx

xemma_bradburyx says:

Posted on 07 Apr 2009

yes thats what they call them in the us :thumbup:

papops123

papops123 says:

Posted on 08 Apr 2009

a fringe is like side bangs bangs r strait across your head

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