Monday, May 30, 2011


A couple of weeks ago, 18th May 2011 to be exact, the members of Team Natural were dealt a severe blow when their Team Leader and Mascot, T.Y. Bello publicly revealed that that kinky halo of natural hair you see framing her lovely face is not her own natural hair, but *gasp*.....dare I say it......

A weave!!! *cue clashing cymbals*

Sleek Afro Cool Curl to be exact.

You'll notice I felt a bit of schadenfreude when I heard the news, I cannot lie, the rabid members of Team Natural get on my last nerves. Now you've of your own accord decided to revert to your natural hair....good for you, but why would you persist in telling other people what to do with their own hair. The thing tire me. A day doesn't go by when I don't hear one TNG (Team Natural Girl) insulting girls who get weaves, or the popular phrase "would you believe there are some girls who's boyfriends have never seen their real hair?"*

The amount of Alabukun Nigerian's drink for other people's headache astounds me daily.

I think the most annoying public perception is the general assumption that girls with long weaves...and it has to be human hair o, are "fake", while girls with natural hair are "deep" or "real". This is an issue I've resolved to tackle. How exactly does the kind of hair you have on determine the sort of human being you are? I know girls with gorimapa who are as fake as a 6 naira note and girls who wear acres of human hair, bum skimming sturvs who are the most natural, most down to earth people I've ever met.

The funniest thing about this whole anti-human hair backlash is that its not just TNGs that insult the girls who have human hair on, girls who wear synthetic hair also quench their thirst by having a go at them too. I have seen with my own two koro-koro eyes 2 girls, with this dreadful yaki ish on their heads talking smack about some girl, saying "look at that one with all her fake hair, all these girls that will be doing horse hair wey dey reach their yansh sef, msssccchhheeewww". Now I'm known for minding my business but although these girls had a very "ratchety" air about them I just had to enquire if what they had on their heads was their real hair. "No" they said, "so why are you saying she has fake hair" I said, "isn't your hair fake too". These unfortunate souls actually had the gall to tell me that their own was not the real fake hair, yeah it was a weave but it was not fake like human hair.

People.....denial is a river in Egypt.

These girls meant to tell me that the hair that poor child had on her head which was carefully shorn from the virgin head of an Indian woman and lovingly offered to a temple was fake hair but their own which was probably made from barbed wire and horse tail was the real one........I had no words.

Now I understand that human hair is pricey and to be willing to shell out that kind of money you have to have quite a high opinion of yourself, no use trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear now. The fact remains though, that whichever way you choose to look at it, buying human hair is actually worth the cost. How you say? Well I've only ever bought human hair twice in my life and I bought both sets, 1 full head of Brazilian and 1 full head of Indian hair exactly 3 years ago. The sum was astronomical I admit, but consider the fact that I've been using this hair for 3 years....and I have no signs of slowing down. The hair is still full, healthy, shiny, I swear to you I have not added a single extra track since I bought them. I have one extra full head of Remi Goddess, that I use when I want to do my bangs, and I've been using that for about 2 years now and when I want to get my short hair done, I use like N500 weaves or so. In the past 3 years I've spent about N2,000 on weaves for the short hair......let me repeat myself N2,000 on weaves in 3 years.

I don't hate on TNGs or even synthetic hair girls, so why the constant antipathy towards girls who use human hair?

I actually love natural hair. A few years ago, my friend Nneka went natural and I was so impressed by her lustrous afro locks I decided to undergo the big chop myself......big mistake....huge! Now my darling Neks is part Caucasian and was therefore blessed with "good" hair through her British grandmother. I on the other hand as an Ada Mazi of Arondizuogu of 100% negroid ethnicity....well, not so much. I blithely ignored that fact, I must to be natural utunu.

It was a disaster.

My hair is tough, my hair is the "Before" in bad hair commercials, my hair is so tough that a day after relaxing it, its already going nachy again, the natural hair path was therefore closed to me. I actually stuck it out for almost a year until my hair stylist, the darling Manny of Bobby's threatened to tie me down and relax my hair, he couldnt bear the tears anymore when I tried to comb it. It was unmanageable. I tried all the remedies, shea butter gbogbo ehn gbogbo ehn, nothing for me. One day I just gave up and went and got myself some of that creamy crack, hello straight hair!

My hair doesn't define me, when I had natural hair, when I have my weaves in, I'm the exact same person. I have my hair out (relaxed of course) between weave appointments but its never more than about 10 days, I just don't have the patience to deal with it. I like the fact that when I have weaves on, its so much easier to deal with hair, you just brush and go, it works for me. For instance I detest false nails but do I look at girls who have acrylic addiction as deficient? No. Its just something they like, nothing to do with their personality at all. TNGs on the other hand, once they have that natural hair in, omo, they'll start becoming "conscious", doing spoken word, tying turbans, going to Common and Talib Kweli concerts, acting all extra African, tailoring their personality to fit the kind of person they think they should be because they have natural hair (personally I blame the Hood-Rat Queen Mother of Natural Hair, Erykah Badu).

This post is not an attack on #TeamNatural, its merely a PSA, y'all need to relax, life is not that serious, get a hot comb and some warmed up shea butter, un-kink those tight knots, lie down for a bit, have a mint julep and repeat after me........

I am not my hair
I am not my hair
I am not my hair

Love and light xxx

Friday, May 27, 2011


It has been five weeks since the Easter Marche (LPM April), so we know your inner addict has been unduly starved of the experience! Therefore, the LPM team has been on “pins and needles”, waiting to bring to you this month’s dose of everyone’s favorite shopping indulgence! We plan to round up the month of May with the most memorable pre-summer shopping blowout ever!

This weekend, the GET Arena will play host to an absolutely fantastic array of vendors that will be sure to gladden the hearts of all LPM’s much-beloved and cherished shopaholics! Sounds too good to be true? Then take a peek at a few of the vendors we have lined up for this Sunday!

Azaria. BeBe Grafiti. La Bennis. Maju. NS 1463. Rouge Vallari. Akpos Odudu. Na’Tees. Alali. Nkechi Udeala. Gidi Clothing Connexion. Cam Cam Sweeties. Grace Diva Fashion House. Goodness! Living. Phoenix Online Clothing. Great Shopper. The Polo Shirt Shop. The Shopping Planet. Y Craig. Rukkies. JJ Arts & Craft. Tionni. K & Angel. Retrospective. Knicks & Knacks. Stephens & Sarahs.

There’s something for everyone, so be sure to grab your family, friends, and just about everyone else and blaze a trail down to the GET Arena this Sunday! We look forward to seeing you this Sunday! We absolutely cannot wait!

In other news, LPM is delighted to unveil LadyBrille Nigeria as our new media partner! So you can now get all the information on your favorite fashion and lifestyle market from, as well as Look out for pictures from last month’s event!

Date: Sunday 29 May 2011
Time: 12PM to 7PM
Venue: GET Arena, Opposite Oriental Hotel, Oniru Estate, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Monday, May 23, 2011

What's in your Bag Meme

I've been seeing the "What's in your Bag" meme on different blogs for a while now and I don't know why but I'm oddly fascinated by the crap girls lug around in their bags. When I was younger one of my favourite things to do was go through my older cousin's bags just to see what they're carrying. I kinda still do it now, but its my friends bags not older cousins anymore.

So, I had a one hour window today, and decided to do this meme real quick.

1. Take a picture of your bag.
2. Take a picture of its contents.
3. Explain!
4. Tag as many bloggers as you want, that you'd like to see the contents of their bags.


Bill Blass Oliver lamb bag
This is my current favourite bag, since I got it I've been carrying it nearly everyday. Sometimes I bone my clutches and carry it at night sef. It has my favourite bag elements: chain strap, tassels, hardware, soft leather. Total win.


From top to bottom

1) 'Ugly' by Constance Briscoe. I always carry a book in my bag, you never know when you'll be unnecessarily delayed and twitter and bbm can only take up so much time. Plus I love to eat and read (its a bad habit I know), so if I have to catch a bite while I'm out, I always have a book right by me.

2) Tory Burch wallet, containing my entire life, ID's, Bank cards, singles etc. I remember when my wallet got stolen last year, my life literally ground to a halt for like a week. That's possibly the worst thing that could happen to me right now.

3) Hand sanitizer. I'm freakishly susceptible to minor ailments which my unfortunate immune system parlays into life-threatening illnesses, therefore I'm extremely anal about germs and the like. My sanitizer goes everywhere with me, even after doing the "Peace of the Lord" handshake in church, I have to sanitize, this is done under g of course so I don't insult whoever just shook my hand. This is not being finicky or anything, even if I catch a minor cold, it can commit me to bed for almost 2 weeks. I dare not take risks.

4) Valentino wing tipped sunglasses, another current favourite. Remember when I said I OD'd on things I liked? I'm loving these sunglasses at the moment so I wear them everyday, leaving my other babies to languish at home. I'm a sunglasses whore, I love them to death, I hardly ever go out without wearing one. The only thing preventing me from wearing sunglasses at night is the stupidity factor and that I'd be practically blind if I did.

5) Mentos gum. I don't think I need to extol the virtues of always having a pack of gum or tic-tacs or whatever with you. Even the freshest smelling breath can go a little wonky after a long day.

6) Vaseline, aka my lifesaver, lips, skin et al. I don't like dry skin at all and due to the fact that I'm constantly washing my hands and sanitizing to avoid death, my hands tend to dry up pretty quickly, luckily I always have Vaseline with me. Soft supple hands are not overrated, the feeling of shaking someone's hands and feeling dry, scratchy skin irritates me to no end. I'm so particular about having constantly supple skin that I use pure unrefined shea butter as lotion. My aunts in my mums village, Mbaise produce it and we get it by the gallon at home. This is shea butter, without additives, without anything, in its virgin state. Been using it for 6 months now, no regrets at all.

7) Keyholder. Well I'd never be able to get back home if I didn't carry it around with me now.

8) Pen. Force of habit, plus its annoying when you want to write something and you have to ask someone for a pen. I prefer not to speak to anyone if it isn't necessary.

9) Tissues. Blotting, wiping nasty table tops, drying my hands, for those uncivilised restrooms that allow stalls to run out of toilet paper......

10) Phone. This has become like a physical extension of my hand, to say that I'm obsessed with my blackberry is an understatement.

11) Mac Studio fix, lipglass and lipstick in Touch. My constant makeup trio. I don't really need to carry makeup around because I rarely need to touch up, I do just out of habit. When I lived in Nigeria, I carried an entire makeup bag around, plus foundation, eyepencils, blusher etc, the heat had my makeup sliding off my face before I even left my house. Now my makeup stays on all day, an added help of course is my new magical primer....Milk of Magnesium. My friend Stella Maris of Stellas Addiction gave me this awesome makeup tip a couple of months ago and now I'm hooked, I swear your makeup does not shift. It even trumps my Smashbox Primer.

12) Mini manicure set. You know when your nails become a bit rough and constantly snag on cloth? Well that feeling drives me batshit, an emery board and buffer constantly on tap keeps me sane. I can't stand raggeddy nails. Since I don't use false nails, natural nails are wahala to maintain. I need my manicure set with me 24/7.

13) Change Purse. The buses in Aberdeen only collect exact change and I pay 3 pounds as a student so I have to always have exactly 3 pounds on me. If you give them a 10 pound note they will not give you change, I learned that the hard way. Don't have to tell me twice.

So I'm tagging the following fabulously interesting bloggers, I've always wanted to see what they carried no particular order.

Stella of Stellas Addiction
Mia of Miafarradaily
Tinu of Eat Pray Fashion
Michelle of Bombchell
Yagazie of Hungry Aba Girl
Uju of Vintage Pin Up
Maddy of Madphury
Shally and Segi of For Style Sake
Uzo of Jadore-Fashion
Lohi of Lohi's Creations
Onyinye of Fashion Phoenix
Jibby of Fashion Addicts
Hazel of 21st Century Career Mum
Chic Therapy

Love and light xxx

Friday, May 20, 2011




1) You HAVE to be following this blog, if you're not and you win, I'll simply give it to the next best person who's following TWP. Capisce?

2) All you have to do is answer a very simple question, put your answer as a comment with your name and email address. Its going to be fastest fingers first, no random comment generator.

3)The contest is open to everybody but I can only post within the United Kingdom. You could live outside the UK and still enter if you provide a UK address for me to post it to. Maybe a friend, family......whatever.

My next giveaway will definitely be international


What was the date of my very first post on Third World Profashional? I want the date, month and year (told you it was easy).

Bonne Chance!

Love and light xxx

ps: put your answer as a comment with your name and email address.

Thursday, May 19, 2011


The love of my life, the baddest bitch period. Queen Bey is back, everybody can take a plethora of seats and watch her make it rain again. Woop! Woop!

The star of the video for me though was her Gareth Pugh gold dress and Gareth Pugh shoes, I would sell someone for those shoes. Lord have mercy they're dangerous.

I LOVE that she sampled the beat to Major Lazer's 'Pon De Floor', that riff is savage. Watch her clean out at the VMA's in September.


Love and light xxx

*and yes I'm well aware that I'm heavily biased seeing as Beyonce can do no wrong in my eyes*

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

GIVEAWAY!!!! and other stuff too

So I got a lot of feedback when I had a photo up on TWP wearing this snake ear cuff, people asking where I got it and all that. I figured if people liked it so much I might as well buy one and give it out in my first ever giveaway.

The snake ear cuff

A lot of people are under the impression that I had to gouge a hole in my ear to be able to wear it, but its actually two separate pieces. You put the larger piece into your earhole, then take the 2nd bit and screw it on, like you're wearing a belly ring. No biggie, no extra piercings needed.

This is the one I'll be giving away, brand new, still in its pack.

The rules are tres simple;

1) You HAVE to be following this blog, if you're not and you win, I'll simply give it to the next best person who's following TWP. Capisce?

2) All you have to do is answer a very simple question, put your answer as a comment with your name and email address. Its going to be fastest fingers first, no random comment generator.

3) This contest is open to everybody, however I can only post within the United Kingdom. So if you win and you live in...say Canada, unless you have a UK address I could send the ear cuff too, I'll have to give it to the 1st runner up who has a UK address. It could be a friend or family or whatever, you can live in any part of the world and enter the giveaway but I will only post to an address in the UK.
*this is simply as a result of poverty, I refuse to pay international delivery fees*

So, that's everything.

The giveaway will take place on Friday 18 May, at 3pm UK time, would have done it at 12, but I want to give the rest of the world time to wake up. I'm going to ask a very easy question based on my blogging history. So if you've been a faithful TWP reader since inception, you won't even have to scroll through posts looking for the answer.

And other stuff

Decided to rock double denim a couple of days ago, which may very well be a faux pas, but I love there. Paired with my Deena & Ozzy perspex lace-up brogues, which Shally from ForStyleSake was also wearing in this post.

This post was supposed to be primarily about my first ever giveaway, but I had to tell y'all about my new obsession real quick.....

Sally Hansen Nail Polish Strips.

I was watching Hellcats the other day (which is a surprisingly good show btw) and a character in the show was using them. Now I'm ridiculously susceptible and the minute I saw how perfect they looked, I had to have them. Nails are so not my thing, I've never had false nails on in my whole life, the most extreme work I've ever had done on my nails is probably tips with acrylic thingy on them, and that happens maybe about twice a year or so. It's actually quite surprising to me because I'm a card carrying member of the Plastics Brigade, Fancy Branch...."hair done, nails done, everything did". I love my extensions and make up and what not but I've never been into nails, it makes me feel rather incomplete.

Basically they are strips made of real nail polish like stickers, and you stick them on your nails, use the nail file and cuticle pusher and trim the edges.....and voila, Minx like manicure accomplished in the comfort of your own home. I don't know how to apply nail polish, I always mess it up and I hate false nails but I love the way colourful manicures look. So these strips are the next best thing.

You know I had to start out with leopard print before anything else. I'm doing zebra print next.

This is what it looks like on my nails. It was a bit harder to do my right hand since I was working with my left and it probably took me about 30 minutes, but I got my left hand done much faster, maybe about 10 minutes or so. Next time I'll probably get someone to help me out, but they're really easy to apply and I love the effect.

Love and light xxx

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Turban Attempts

This was my attempt at a bigger pouf than I normally do, I used a a pashmina and due to the fact that its rectangular, it didn't turn out exactly as I'd envisioned. Plus I couldn't make it as big as I wanted to because I was going to the ballet and seeing as I'm already tall it would have being a terrible disservice to whoever had to sit behind me to go and place an obstruction in the form of headgear in front of them. So I toned it down a little.

By the way, the Scottish National Ballet kicked ass! I honestly thought it was going to be really boring, I only went just to confirm that people could actually stand on the tips of their toes for elongated periods of time but somehow I was gripped by the entire performance. Totally amazeballs, I must see Swan Lake next.

Before the curtain went up, I had to tone down my philistine tendencies and not take pictures during the actual performance, but I wish I could have. The set, the costumes, the dancing.....faboosh.

So my turban tutorial vlog is doing really well, thanks to all you lovely people, it has 360 views on youtube already. Small potatoes to the vlog experts I know, but I was just like wow, people are actually watching it and commenting and subscribing to my channel......its a little heady. I feel like I have to keep up with the video thing now, and this was supposed to be a one off.

Anyhoo so many lovely profashionals sent in their turban looks achieved from following the tutorial

Starting with my gorge cousin Chioma from Canada, I LOVE the colours of her scarf, plus its a silk scarf too and that's totally the hardest to work with, keeps slipping when you try to hold it in place. Her overall outfit is totally banging too, the blue with leopard print.....inspired.

Oyinda of fari-boudoir, and a friend. I heart the juxtaposition of the photo, totally bitching

Next up, is my friend Hilda from London. She used a pashmina in the first photo which I kinda used as a guide to do my own pashmina turban. When I first saw the 2nd photo I honestly thought it was a fascinator at first, I was like how did she place it like that.

Then we have Miss Illuminaughty herself (I love that name), StephanieIj from Leeds. She also used a silk scarf. Her scarf is giving me serious Claude Monet vibes, the watercolour effect is bee-yoo-ti-full.

Shally of For Style Sake from Edinburgh. You can sell me with animal print, nuff said. Savage!

Joke from Wales, another animal print wrap. I particularly love it when I see animal print in other colours besides the traditional brown. Totally bitchin

Alame, another profashional from DC. I love that she gave me 3 different looks. The middle one is actually a tie-dye scarf, had me feening for tie-dye immediately I saw it. My favourite is the orange and grey scarf though, I love the artfully carefree way it was tied.

Jibby of Fashion Addicts United, fashion student from London. Werks it for a living y'all, love the tribal spin on it.

@LiberatedLibra from Michigan. She's totally giving me Solange here, very bold look. Loves it!

Ijeoma from Warri. I love the bright colour and she added a brooch to hers for added effect. So inpired

And last but not least......cue the awwwws now.......

The babies

Christ, I can't wait to have kids. Gorgeousness!

Love and light xxx

p.s. I did an interview with the lovely Oyinda of Fari-Boudoir over the weekend. You can check it out here.

And the beautamagorgeous Uju of Vintage Pin-Up posted my video on her site. Thank you, you magnificent child xxx

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Vlog- My Small Screen Debut

So.......I did my first video log, ghen ghen. Be kind abeg o, videos are not my forte. This is for all the people that sent me messages on this blog, facebook, email, bbm, asking if I could do a tutorial on how I tied my turban.

This ish was uber stressful, had to open a youtube page and then it took like 124 hours to upload before I could embed it here...oh well. It worked out in the end, so, enjoy.

Love and light xxx

p.s. If my tutorial was helpful and you successfully re-created the June Ambrose look, please send pictures of your attempts to and I'll put all of them up in my next post.

Thank you!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Channeling Miss Ambrose

I've been crushing on June Ambrose for yonks, she and my other "in my mind bestie" Anna Dello Russo are the queen's of opulence and y'all know I don't stint on my accessories, the bigger the better. Miss Ambrose is the very personification of extravagance, from her Birkins to her head accesories to her statement sunnies.....she's like a black Rachel Zoe, only healthier looking and less neurotic.

I noticed her turban game when she styled Chrissette Michelle in one, I had nothing against it, I thought it was cool. That was until I heard the price....$150. That's about N30,000 for a scarf.....for what now? When it's not aso-oke from Oyeog.

Omo, I was shaken.

At first I thought the turbans came already tied up and all you had to do was put it on, like a hat. You can imagine my shock when I found out, they come as regular loose scarves, then you get a tutorial on how to tie it yourself. Imagine.

I'm not a headscarf person but I had to attempt to tie one myself without looking at any of the web tutorials, just to understand what exactly cost $150. Were the scarves made from downy baby hairs or silky Tibetan goats sewn with platinum thread? When you tie one are you suddenly blessed with a fashion encyclopedia for a brain? As a poverty stricken student I'm a pro in cutting costs without it showing but even in my heyday as a salary earner, thy Kingdom will come before I spend 30k on a scarf.

I actually own one, that I got from Forever 21 a couple of years ago, but that one you wear like a hat, 4 bucks and you're golden.

23 year old Daks, *sigh* where have the years gone.

Anyhoozle, these are my attempts at the June Ambrose turban, I didn't make the pouf on mine as large as hers, since I didn't want to be mistaken for one of Fela's wives, but I still gave it a respectable size. All turban attempts were made with my collection of dirt cheap Primarni scarves.

They're very easy to create, each one took me about ten minutes to tie, maybe even less. I'm loving the look now though and since my middle name is "Overdo", I'm going to be wearing turbans for a while.

I think I nailed it. I'll try the bigger pouf a bit later, maybe on Friday, I'm going to see the Scottish National Ballet perform Alice in Wonderland and I intend to be as theatrical as possible. Since I saw Black Swan I've been itching to see live ballerina's in action.

Love and light xxx

Friday, May 6, 2011


I just had to share this with you guys! I'm up at this infernal hour because of my books but I had to take out time to check out Super Bass, I LOVE the song and I'm LOVING the video. All that pink makes 10yr old Barbie and My Little Pony loving Daks smile. People take Nicki Minaj way too seriously, the babe is having a ball and all people wanna do is constantly compare her to that plastic surgery nightmare Lil Kim. I confess I've never been a Lil Kim fan even though I can appreciate her music but right now she's just embarrassing herself with these petty feud.

I had to use this video to wipe out the awful Judas video by Lady Gaga, I don't understand what's up with that girl, its like she's gone completely batty. her last good song was Bad Romance and that was even a little cuckoo sef. She needs to go back to her Just Dance and Poker Face self because all this edginess is just strange. I know she has a core fanbase but they're mostly composed of misfits and I'm sure she'll have a long, colourful career, but I wonder how much longer the mainstream media can keep up with her antics.

Anyhoo, lets get to it!

I particularly loved the different covers for this song, it seemed like everyone and their mama was up in youtube rapping super bass but its an awesome song though. I especially liked the cover by the 4aces, those girls and their videos crack me up. Onika Maraj is absolutely savage. Ooooh did you clock her pink Doc Martens? My DM love just went up several notches.

And Ester Dean's voice is the absolute truth, girl can sing. Dopeness all around.

In other news, happy birthday to my darling Neks, the Omalicha Apunanwu 1 of Nnewi and the Duchess of Ikoyi. Love you much ma soeur.

Love and light xxx

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

TWP Around the Web

I keep saying I'll do this and I constantly forget. Anyhoo, this is a roundup of articles on the internet where I've been featured. Its a really awesome feeling when people you respect and admire think your style is fabulous enough to be featured on their sites, I'm always just like "huh, lil' old me".

These are the few I could get links for. thanks to all of you for making me feel important, I know I don't deserve it.

Wtf am I saying....of course I do, lol.

- Sistaz Mag - Zimbabwean fashion and lifestyle online and print magazine wanted my take on what's hot for Spring and my current wardrobe favourites.

- Alex Folzi - Photos from my Brummie Series where I posed with an AF briefcase got posted on their tumblr. I heart Fela and Fola tres much.
Alex Folzi

- Fashion Bomb Daily - I was very excited about this feature, Fashion Bombshell of the Day toh bad.
Fashion Bombshell

- One Nigerian Boy - My ONB feature, when Terence Sambo says he wants to shoot you in your home you don't dare decline. You say "yes Terence, whatever you want Terence".

21stCenturyCareerMom - My amazeballs friend covered my wardrobe sale, back in January and regularly includes me in her "Blog Roundup" every week. You're a star boo xxx
Hazel Muses

If I've left any out please let me know.

Too lazy to do a proper post, exams in 3 weeks and all that and failure is definitely not winning. I doubt I'll take a hiatus seeing as I'm the Queen of Versatility but I'll definitely not be blogging regularly.

Wish me luck!

Love and light xxx
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