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angliholic

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Hours of fun with hair wraps .... Call me a doughball, but all this string and twisting looked as complicated as physics, at first glance.


Does the word doughball in this context have a connotation of being clumsy and foolish?
Is it related to the word doughboy, by any chace?
Thanks.
 
  • sallyhennypenny

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    English United States
    I take it to mean the person is calling herself/himself dense or thick. When first looking at the hair wraps it's hard for them to understand how to use them. It's not a term that people normally use, probably something heard more amongst their group of friends.
     
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