Thursday, June 25, 2009

My Second Head

Call it a Second Head, Qamboo3a, Kammasha, Pompom, Poof Poof, ..whatever you like. It is a sign of prestige, of class, of fashion. This photo dictates precisely why Dhofari women consider Abu Tahnoon their second home. Have a great weekend!

16 comments:

  1. Oh wow, this must be heaven to some Omani girls haha :P.

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  2. Actually Muggle, yet again this post was inspired by you because of your Qamboo3a comment in your first post back in Oman

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  3. Yeah I kinda have that effect on people.
    Haha lol I'm glad I did ;D.

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  4. omg hahaha the gambo3a!!!<3<3 I miss salalah!!
    ADG#2

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  5. I personally call it extra brain :)

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  6. It is an extra brain. Girls here can't seem to function, comprehend, understand, or pursue any form of mental activitiy without it.

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  7. No offense but those things freaked me out O.o

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  8. Haha, every Khareef they seem to get bigger and bigger.
    I had big difficulty finding small ones when I went there.
    Fortunately, the Abu Tahnoon Hindi came to our house with bags of the old stock, I found a couple of small ones which I immediately bought! :D

    It's purpose is to hold the shaila up, not look like you're either an alion on the 'down low' or you're hiding a football!

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  9. ^ Wow, my english there just flushed down the toilet. *Snigger*

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  10. Snigger big time. But I comprehended your comment anyway :-D Wow, you have so much Wasta that the Abu Tahnoon Hindi came to your house personally?

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  11. ^ Hahah! Everyday at the same time. He brings mirrors, baby clothes, children's clips.. You name it!

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  12. Dude, I should worship you (not!) ... Abu Tahnoon is an Idol!

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  13. Wow, I can't imagine a whole store full of those things! It does work to hold the shayla up though. Thanks for dedicating it to me, lol!

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  14. LOL, I thought those things werethe ugliest hair accessories ever until I startd wearing hijab.

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  15. One of mine broke (small medium size) after I banged my head into the back of my seat and tuck it out, throwing it into the back seat I heard Alhamdulillāh, lol! (oh I just ate a really bad tasting reason yuk) Needless to say I am now wearing small kids sized ones.

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  16. Can I purchase these clips from you?

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