jux·ta·po·si·tion (jkst-p-zshn) n. To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.
Ex: The hairdo of a 1950’s middle-aged woman juxtaposed with the face of a 7 year old.
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Hell ya!Love that do. You’ve not seen the last of you….
This is the FUNNIEST pic in the WHOLE WORLD! THanks for sharing, Joy!
THAT is horrible hair! And I still see women wearing that style. Yuck!
I blame my hair and my mother entirely – from the cut to the clothing choice
Joy, this picture is why I love you so.
You were hiding stuff in your hair weren’t you?
(That’s something you’d better believe)
What a wonderful invention it is, this thing we call the Internet!
[…] of this haircut the summer before second grade, every subsequent journal entry into my diary well into high school […]
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