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I want hair into my lcd.

How can I get hair to get into my lcd screen? I find it pretty cool.


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You want to make sure the hair you use don't get blown away by wind so close your windows and turn off the fan. Of course it's going to get hot inside the room, so take off your clothes. Once your clothes are off, you may extract whatever hair you have on your person either with your bare hands or a pair of scissors. I recommend the former as you may display to your friends (if you have any) as a labor of joy. If you wish to highlight the "joy" part, you may choose the hair from the old "south of border" region. Once completed, line up all your hair on the table, then apply super glue on one end. It won't matter which super glue you use, as long as the hair will be permanently stuck to your LCD. Don't wait too long to affix glued hair to your LCD screen.

Voila. You have a new computer. Enjoy.

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This is bad. Dont do it.

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