19 Thoughts Every Girl Has Had When Transitioning From A Side Part To A Middle Part

Not for the faint of part.

So today is a new day and you want to ~~spice~~ up your look.

The fine-toothed comb speaks to you.



1. I do always wear my part on the same side of my head…

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2. I might as well try the middle part…

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Help part II.
(Pun intended.)

3. I mean why not?

4. Middle parts are cool.

5. Certifiably cool.

6. Middle parts are posh.

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Props to the guy in the background.

7. Middle parts are timeless.

JTT, because duh.

So you commit and take the comb to your hair.

More Hilary Duff, for good measure.

8. Um, where did my forehead go?

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9. OK, how does my hair look greasy and stringy?

Except Beyoncé still looks phenomenal and can rock stringy hair because life isn’t fair.



Is that fig I spy? Such classy string cheese.

12. Why does my chin look so prominent?

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13. But what would Nick Carter do?

14. What would Chris Kirkpatrick do?

15. Do not back down. You can handle this.

You enter the outside world with a newfound confidence.

But then…

“Did you change your hair?”—Everyone

“You look different today.” —People


I love your middle part, they said. You can definitely pull it off, they said.

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16. What have I done?


17. I must return to my old ways.

18. The side is calling me.

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19. Ah, much better.

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Moral of the story:

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