posted by jtk at 3:35 PM
As great as these hair-dos looked, I have to wonder how much laca and curling and ironing it took for them to get that way.
Im embarrassed to say Ive never heard of laca. I found an entry in Wictionary, it's a Spanish noun for lacquer. Laca and lacquer have the same meaning and sound almost the same, but laca is shorter and easier to spell, I think I like it better. It's also how some people from Brooklyn NY pronounce lacquer, as laca.
Yes, it's Portuguese for hair spray. I heard it used in "The Philadelphia Story" so I assumed you knew what i meant, sorry you had to go through all that trouble.
It was no trouble at all, and I learned a new word. Now, can you tell me what run out powder is?
No, sorry, I don't think I ever heard that expression.
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