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What would prompt a family to spread mayonnaise on their heads and then shower caps? Lice.
Video Rating: 4 / 5
“Misery likes company” lol. right
Doe is work
@castleguardian ewwwwwwww really ok that’s gross but it’s a good point, lol
Hmm..does that really work?
ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew nasty head lice ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew ew
cute family though
just go out and buy the damn treatment kit. mayo suffocates the lice, it
doesn’t get rid of the eggs.
Next time use hair gel
EW why the f*ck would they do that? Is that some anchient chinese treatment
they found on the internet or somethin? Ew ew ew ew. Manonnayise is nasty
you all have it good…..I had to have Vinigar and lemon juice in my hair
THEN THEY CHOPPED IT OFFF
@KairiSkellington12 nope the vinegar does nothing the mayonnaise just
sticks to them and gets in their pores so they can hardly breath or move. a
few hours is enough, but people like to leave it overnight
*you know dad you really shouldnt be videotaping this* *what you dont have
this memory forever* *uh no*
The Ingredients of a kid Sammich Mayonnaise. Cheese. Two slices of bread.
Add kid. Serves One I r no cannibal, but mayonnaise in hair is funny.
Comb that mayonnaise out, spread it on bread, and eat it.
wow did it work>?
i’d be so grossd out
Yes it works im actually going to do it and you suppose to leave it for 2
Sadly mayo doesn’t really work…i would know Q~Q
aww there soo cute..LOL
the kids are fast food workers lol
@madjunir Oh! Ok! Thank you!
@Kayamath123 a flat iron is a thing that has gets real hot and presses hair
and makes it flat
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