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In this episode Brad answers a few questions about Halloween with a special visit from Archie the dog.
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Brad Graham: Hey guys, I’m Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. And today, it’s our Happy Halloween special. We got some emails coming in. And Happy Halloween everybody! Thanks for hanging with us. Thanks for hitting us on the facial book, the Twitty, the Twitter and the website, wonderful stuff. Thank you so much.
Here we go. Number one email coming in this week, Halloween hair color, a lot of people asked me about this one. They want their hair, you know, crazy colors from the holidays. Uh, Halloween hair color, I want to color my hair at home, temporary hair color. You know, there’s lots of stuff out there. This is from a Heather in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Hey, that’s close ‘coz we go shopping there all the time. But anyhow, here’s what it is.
The old days, we used to lighten up our hair and use Kool Aid. Kook Aid’s a wonderful one. There was that, was that dinoberry? It was a wonderful blue or something like that. I forget, also great with vodka. But anyhow, don’t use the gelo mixes. The gelo powder in your hair is going to gel up. It’s nasty. You can’t wash it out. It’ll look terrible. Just use a Kool Aid. There’s also lot of those spray in hair colors too. Those are great!
I think the kids, I don’t know. I have to talk to some of my ex-wives but I think they use that in the children in Halloween. But thanks for sending that one in. I had a pretty good stuff. Next one, question here is can you fill an episode more with Archie in it, my bulldog, from Judy. Well, Judy, it just so happens here at Brad Graham TV, we’ve got Archie in the house. And we’re going to try to bring him in frame here for you. He’s usually attractive male. He bites food. Can you see if you can bring him out?
Here’re his nails. He misses pedicure and manicure appointment this month but trying to film him here. Come one Archie! Come one baby! Yeah, here he goes. Come on, bring him in. He cares for cupcakes. I don’t know if you can get him. This is his little, sit, sit. Oh, can you get that Noah? He’s the great pumpkin. And he likes cupcakes and all the good stuff. So, there you go. Is that alright? Oh, you don’t like that?
Hear that? That’s snoring. That’s good. We are not sponsored by Adidas by the way. But, Archie, you’re a good boy, good stuff. Guys, also, and there was an all sort of review and couple of emails coming in about flat irons. So, we did a review on a coming called Hai. They had a wonderful flat iron called Big Heat, great little flat iron. But, you know, they have one also who is going to brief over here. They call it the convertible, wonderful little flat iron.
Checkout this dandy, comes with a comb, clips carrying case, everything. I don’t know what that dog is doing over there but we’ll get that on another episode. It’s got to keep it PG 13 here. We really dig this flat iron, boom, platinum, titanium, lots of good stuff, checkout that company, they’re online too, hai.com, H-A-I. Don’t do the other one, whereas you probably hit this on weird hemp site or something like that.
Guys, Happy Halloween from Brad Graham and Mister Archie, see you next time!