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Post Reply Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails?
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Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?
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Pigtails are braided, I think.
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jtjumper wrote:

Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?


Yes, but better. Twintails are generally longer and attached to a more mature head.
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You got me mad now
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Ravenstein wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?


Yes, but better. Twintails are generally longer and attached to a more mature head.


Pretty sure I already wished you a happy birthday....but happy birthday!
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Ravenstein wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?


Yes, but better. Twintails are generally longer and attached to a more mature head.


Pretty sure I already wished you a happy birthday....but happy birthday!
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Ravenstein wrote:


jtjumper wrote:

Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?


Yes, but better. Twintails are generally longer and attached to a more mature head.


Pretty sure I already wished you a happy birthday....but happy birthday!


Thanks! I get a Happy Birthday twice because I am awesome.
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how dare you say that
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No. All twintails can be called "pigtails," but not all pigtails are "twintails." Traditionally, pigtails, which can be single, are braided or curled. The idea is for the hair to resemble the tails of pigs, hence the name. Referring to twintails as "pigtails" is a more modern trend.
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jtjumper wrote:

Aren't "twintails" really just pigtails? Right?


Your eight-yo. niece has pigtails.
Hatsune Miku has twin-tails.
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Posted 9/29/16 , edited 10/1/16
ya same thing
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To ask such a question!!! You must be a witch BURN THE WITCH!!!!!
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Ocale wrote:

You got me mad now


Agreed.
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