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Should This Little Girl's Big Bow Be Banned? 4-Year-Old's Hairstyle Sparks School Drama


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- 694 days ago - shine.yahoo.com
Four-year-old Marcella Marino chose the latter for a school photo, only to end up in tears,primary school student asked her father, professional hairstylist Marcello Marino, to make her look like a princess for her upcoming class photo,the look was banned



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Sarah M. (23)
Thursday May 24, 2012, 3:49 pm
Aww, she's so cute!! And it's very cute how her dad gave her the hairstyle. I don't see anything wrong with it!
 

Bianca D. (84)
Thursday May 24, 2012, 4:41 pm
She looks adorable! Dunno how she sat still long enough for her dad to do it, but it looks fab. Shame on the school for stomping on Marcella's expression of individuality. Kids are taught not to copy, to come up with their own take on things... But heaven forbid you do so without the school authorities' blessing. Ridiculous.
 

O O O. (138)
Thursday May 24, 2012, 7:34 pm
This is outright dangerous to allow school to brain use kill children,outright anti American in thinking & living & FREEDOM as a World Standard. O Bam est loving this just prove again,regardless where born,they are NOT American's-Obama double or triply so!

Jail for the administrators,fines,perhaps a bit o jail time for the teachers,far more for those actively supporting this position,for this is War upon all Human kind &Freedom.
 

O O O. (138)
Thursday May 24, 2012, 7:36 pm
I did also pick the picture logo for this article with care,please do have a detailed look at it's parts-&,I do Mean It.
 
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