Where does the term bobby pin come from?

Answer The origin of the term "bobby pin" is a little unclear, but many people believe that the term relates to bobbed hair styles. The word bobby pin came into use in the 1930s, when cropped haircuts wer... Read More »

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Where did the bobby pin come from?

The bobby pin came into use in America in the late 1910s. The hairpin evolved from a British pin called a "grip." The bobby pin became more common in American hair salons in the 1920s as women used... Read More »

I iam going to a skl trip to kent by coach and i want to know what i could do on the coach?

Take a Nintendo DS and games or read a book or take your Ipod

How to Coach a Coach-Pitch Baseball Team for Five- to Six-Year-Olds?

Baseball is a sport that children start learning from a young age. Younger children start with tee-ball, where they hit the ball off a tee rather than hit a ball pitched by another player or a coac... Read More »

Do all Coach-style handbags have a Coach label sewn inside?

The majority of Coach handbags have an interior label with a serial number. Some of the smaller bags, including the "clutch," "swingpack" and the "mini," do not have a label inside.Source:eBay Guid... Read More »