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Hmm...Doesn`t look like head binding to me. It looks more like a birth thing cos it just doesnt seem right. How would they make the head that tall? ((If anyone says i`m stupid because i made a mistake i will blow a cap in their ass))
1. Build a frame for your head to grow in.2. Install frame onto cranuim (I hope I spelled that right).3. Wait about 40 years.4. Tada! Your cranuim has grow like a brick!
http: //www. boneclones.com /bc-200.htm
True, but if you see the episode where there`s the fog that turns them inside out where her hair is supposed to be there is skin and veins :O
but ya, it could go both ways.....i say no to photoshop...
Lol that`s like what I said earlier, but I was just pulling that outa my head from school
Head flattening has been practiced by various cultures throughout history. The earliest known culture to bind their children`s heads in order to produce more cosmetically pleasing head shapes was the ancient Egyptians of the third millennium BC. The practice was also known among the aboriginal inhabitants of Australia and certain tribes of North American Natives, most notably, the Chinookan tribes of the North West, the Choctaw of the South East.The different cultures have had different ideals of beauty. Some cultures bound the head between two pieces of wood in order to create an elongated head. Some bound the head in cloth to produce a more rounded appearance. Yet others bound the head in such a way as to flatten and lengthen the forehead. . However, other tribes, including the Choctaw , did practice head flattening, by strapping the infant`s head to a cradleboard.
was it you that said that about the if george bush was a woman thing? *rolls eyes*
marge doesnt have bone hair!