UnNews:Canadian women must now wear horns

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"You get used to sleeping in them after a couple of years," said songbird [[Tori Amos]], who's worn horns since 2008. "Just the right pillow and you forget you even have them on. Washing my hair was difficult at first, but became so simple when I learned a few basic tricks. I now make sure that the shampoo lathers-up around the base and along the twists and turns, and with a shake of the head I can cover so much more territory than I could have ever imagined."
 
"You get used to sleeping in them after a couple of years," said songbird [[Tori Amos]], who's worn horns since 2008. "Just the right pillow and you forget you even have them on. Washing my hair was difficult at first, but became so simple when I learned a few basic tricks. I now make sure that the shampoo lathers-up around the base and along the twists and turns, and with a shake of the head I can cover so much more territory than I could have ever imagined."
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"It'll make it easier to grab hold of 'em," said Calgary resident Eddie "The Spoke" (last name withheld by request). "When you're riding them [[wikipedia:Doggy-style|from behind]] there has to be something to hold on to when the heat gets bucking bronco, and when they're going down on you the grabbing and the pulling on the horns gives you that 'man in control' feeling we all know so well."
 
"It'll make it easier to grab hold of 'em," said Calgary resident Eddie "The Spoke" (last name withheld by request). "When you're riding them [[wikipedia:Doggy-style|from behind]] there has to be something to hold on to when the heat gets bucking bronco, and when they're going down on you the grabbing and the pulling on the horns gives you that 'man in control' feeling we all know so well."
   

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