BILLY SUNDAY’s Guide To Black Women’s Hair…

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Editor’s note: A DP.com Martin Luther King Jr Holiday Weekend Black History Month classic…

In a few weeks we will all be under siege with another 28 days of Black Bullshit. Some of you take advantage of Black History Month to learn the names of some of your jig co-workers. That’s nice of you.

As a preemptive public service I thought we should create a guide to help people learn more about Black women according to the hairstyles they wear. The thing about Black women is that each different hairstyle comes with its own prerequisite attitude and lifestyle. This handy guide will help you choose a comparable Black female friend based on the style of her hair, and the best part is that she won’t even know how you knew so much about her.

skeeball THE SKEEBALL
I took this name from Byron Crawford because it’s so apropo. Skeeball head chicks are always unbalanced. Heaven forbid you are trying to get close to a bi-racial skeeball head girl. These chicks have too many issues to even begin to wrap your head around.

upchuck THE UPCHUCK
Sometimes this style looks like a mini explosion at the back of someone’s head, but I think it’s meant to look somewhat Euro-casual. If the Black chick that has this hairstyle also wears a shaggy off the shoulder sweater I think you can trust her because she evidently doesn’t get out too much.

lil' bro THE LIL’ BRO
When the skeeball starts to grow back in hopefully the girls mind is also returning. By the looks of this sister and the rack she’s holding I would be down to talk some ‘Free MUMIA’ bullshit with her in the chance of scoring some pro African poon.

curly lil' bro THE CURLY LIL’ BROHAM
Here’s a look at the wet side of the Lil’ Bro style. Remember that girl group TOTAL? The lead singer had this haircut and she wasn’t gay after all. At least I don’t think so. Girls that sport curly lil’ brohams are cool to hang out with, but make sure you let them know from jump street that they have to pay their own tab. These chicks are saving money on styling by wearing this hairstyle so they can afford to pay for their own dinner.

crazy lil' bro THE CRAZY LIL’ BROTHER
The name says it all when you meet one of these chicks. She’s one of those broads that had one of those ‘horrible’ long term relationships. She’s just getting her shit back together after a small stint in the pysche ward. Inside she’s a nice girl, but everything you say reminds her of the last dude. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT have sex with her. She will stalk your azz.

broke bitch THE UNEMPLOYABLE
Sometimes known as the W.I.C. check. Whoever wears this style I can guarantee you they don’t have a job or their own business, unless you call braiding hair in your kitchen ‘ghetto entreprenuerism’. The other thing that I can almost assure you is that this woman’s name has way too many vowels. Something like Starrkeysha.

self employ THE SELF-EMPLOYED
When you see this hairstyle you should understand the ambition that is contained in the wearer. She is a driven hard worker and she owns her own business. The question though is how many people want macrame knitted clothing? Not too many. If she could pore her energy and focus into a commodity that people wanted then maybe she might have enough money to pay for her own movie ticket.

stripper THE STRIPPER BRAIDS
This is what being self-employed is all about. Nobody tells her where to go or when to come (pun always intended).

finger waves THE O.G. FINGER WAVER
I’d like to act like I don’t have an aunt that has this hairstyle, but I’m sure there is someone in Petersburg, Virginia related to me wearing this ‘do.

blondread THE BLONDIELOCKS
Whenever I see a lady wth her hair bleached out blonde I just shake my head. I don’t have conversations with these women because I imagine that their sensibilities and politics are all jacked up. Who was the one that told them their hair looked better blonde? And why did she believe them?!?

boygirl boy THE BOYGIRL BOY
Quick message to parents… Stop making your sons look bitchmade with long hair. They’re boys and they aren’t supposed to be cute.

doobie THE DOOBIE WRAP
This is what you want to get next to fellas. Everything about this female is right on point. Long pressed hair, nice smile, and uh, nice kerbangers. You see she has a nice little fat on the back of her arms too so you know she can cook. I say bring some fried boneless chicken breasts over her house and a bottle of Reisling wine. When you get this sweet tender thing just a little drunk she will go down in you. At least that’s what her hairstyle is telling me.

doobie THE DOOBIE DON’T
Anytime you come across a chick with her style this tight my advice would be to leave her alone because she is gonna cost way too much money to keep up her hair and trust me all she thinks about is her hair. She’s in love with her hair because everyone compliments her on it. Her hobby is her hair. Her baby is her hair. If she has a child it is getting fed after her hair.

doobie THE BLANGE DOOBIE
Black women love to dye their hair this wild color that combines auburn and blonde streaks. I have taken to calling this hyrbrid hue Blange (pronounced blahnj). The really excessive women will also dye their eyebrows and try to match up their lipstick. You can’t tell her she isn’t fly either. She parlayed her community college experience into a civil service job and she balls out in Miami Beach every Memorial Day (yawwwn).

lion queen THE LION QUEEN
Speaking of civil servants, let’s not forgot the wearers of the oversize box braids at the office. I wonder sometimes if actual African people look at Black Americans and laugh on the inside.

shirley THE SHIRLEY TEMPLE DREAD
Blue contacts? Nose earring? Looks like another charity case if you ask me.

non pro THE NON-PROFIT
Figuring out someone’s profession from looking at their hairstyle is one of my talents. This style is worn by most of the Blacks that have graduated from historically Black colleges and universities and now work at one of the countless educational and non-profit endowments that have been established to give these people with worthless degrees someplace to work. She shops at IKEA and makes you take your shoes off when you come in her house, but she smells so damn good its hard not to eat her up like a plate of collard greens and macaroni and cheese.

bonetural THE BONETURAL
Combining LISA BONET with the natural wet look is one of my favorite styles, but be sure you check the back of the girl’s scalp for the weave. You’d be surprised how many liteskinned ladies are imitation Indians. She told me she had some Sioux in her blood, but she really meant lawsuit. Too bad that I have a thing for the grey-green eye chicks because she was a grimey type broad to steal money out of your wallet when you were asleep.

bonetural THE SELF-UNEMPLOYED LIL’ UPCHUCK NON-PROFIT CURLY BLONDE DREAD
I know that I killed all the above women that had these elements in their hairstyles and the truth is that I’m sure they’re all really nice people once you get to know them. I just had to point out that the greatest thing about Black women has nothing to do with their hair. Their undeniable power comes from that space on their shoulder right where the neck comes in. It’s soft and tender and usually smells like some kind of fruit. As long as a Black woman has a clavicle she doesn’t really need any hair.


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21 Responses to “BILLY SUNDAY’s Guide To Black Women’s Hair…”

  1. Amadeo says:

    Oh…this is the one that had all those chicks dropping in to tell you about using products with olive oil and that you were ignorant. Hmmm….If we could get a repeat of the comment section I’d be entertained for the rest of the day.

  2. mercilesz says:

    funny as usual. factoid: the biggest selling cosmetic product in AFRICA…ta daaa….skin lightening cream. long live the burn. oh i mean perm.

  3. Kiana says:

    “I just had to point out that the greatest thing about Black women has nothing to do with their hair.”

  4. Kiana says:

    your comment thingy doesn’t like me. it keeps cutting me off. hmph. anywho, I love this whole post. I saw how so many women attacked you on the original drop. Since “good hair” is coming out, they’ll be here again shortly, no doubt. I agree w/Amadeo, should be fun!

  5. Alicia says:

    LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

  6. RemaAtWork says:

    I have no idea where you found all these pictures but I’ve seen about all of these hair styles in the streets except for THE SELF-UNEMPLOYED LIL’ UPCHUCK NON-PROFIT CURLY BLONDE DREAD – OMG DP you kill me. LMAO.

    Can’t wait to see what people say after watching Good Hair.

  7. 1969 says:

    This was and still is a classic. LMAO!

  8. VEe says:

    Classic.

    “By the looks of this sister and the rack she’s holding I would be down to talk some ‘Free MUMIA’ bullshit with her in the chance of scoring”
    . . . I can’t even read this joint right now, but that line has me crying.

  9. SIP says:

    Imma fight you. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! (Off to moisturize my Dooby Don’t! ROFLROFLROFLROFL!)

    Seriously…this made me WEAK!

  10. Shonquayshah says:

    dallas- tell chocolate snowflake i am jealous- she has a man who not only listens but knows that actions speak louder than words.

    this is why i love you!

    mmmmmmwah!

    and guess what movie i was watching last night?

    school daze
    talkin bout good and bad hair!
    singing to self:
    your just a jigaboo tryna find something to do,

    well your a wanna be, wanna be better than me!

  11. OG Matt Herbz says:

    DP, I gots to take it back with this comment.

    If you would please, point out to me the “Kick-A-Nigga-Out-The-Adidas-Store” hairstyle? I didn’t see it on the list.

    –OG Matt Herbz–

  12. the_dallas says:

    OG,
    I call that shit the ‘2009 Unemployable’

  13. Phlip says:

    “The Non-Profit”

    HA!!!

    I knew at least 4 chicks rocking that bullshit, 3 worked for non-profits, one is miserable as FUCK and one finally smartened up and did something about it.

  14. Gyasi says:

    This might be the funniest isht you ever posted, b. “The self-employed!!!”

    Find out!!!

  15. Aunt Jackie says:

    I’m a cross between the The Self Employed and the Bonetural…and I don’t even know what that MEANS!!

  16. Aunt Jackie says:

    PS

    What’s most important is that you have successfully pointed out that Amber Rose ain’t create that mixed girl Skeeball look!

    Holla!

  17. Tony Grands says:

    See, I call you professor for a reason.

    Dead ass with the “doobie wrap”. Thats what I married, ha! Now you (& Kiana, & Phlip & Herbz) see why I’m always talking about “my wife” this & my “wife that”…..

    Smart man. Great effin drop!

  18. Curt Mcgirt says:

    Fuckin RETARDED! I almost spit my soda out when I read the lil bro post. GENIUS!

  19. I hate negative people says:

    what gives you the right to generalize and judge black females by their hair? When did they declare you God…That every black person with one of the listed hair styles above are like the descriptions you’ve written? Get a life!

  20. I hate negative people says:

    …People don’t normally see the damage they do others, they don’t understand how powerful word are, and instead of using them to uplift, they bring others down. It might not have been your intentions to upset or hurt, but sometimes you have to take the time to think about the things you’re saying and the message you’re relaying to others…especially if you’re some one influential!

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