What do you call these?


What do you call these?

  • Elastics
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  • Hair ties
    53% (20)33% (9)45% (29)Vote
  • Bobbles (where does this word even come from?)
    3% (1)0% (0)2% (1)Vote
  • Hair bands
    24% (9)41% (11)31% (20)Vote
  • Ponytail holder
    5% (2)4% (1)5% (3)Vote
  • Other
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Most Helpful Girl

  • Bobbles are an elastic loop connected to a plastic ball. Very popular in the 90s. I'll try to find a link.

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Most Helpful Guy

What Girls Said 13

  • Hair ties usually.

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  • Hair ties!

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  • Bobbles :P

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  • I have always called them hair bands. Though it's EXTREMELY hard to find any strong enough to withstand my hair. They tend to break easily. Same thing with clips and hair brushes. :(

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  • Elastics, well Elastique in french or "chouchou" but I don't like "chouchou"

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  • Hair band, or ponytail holder...

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  • I call those hair bows, I'm not sure why because they're not bows.

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  • Elastics. I didn't realize there was so many names for them lol.

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  • Scrunchies, but technically they're hair ties. I just incorrectly call them scrunchies.

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  • In English I'd say hair ties and in german it's Haargummi

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  • Hair ties or ponytail holder

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  • I call them hair ties or hair bands

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  • Hair ties and elástico/prendedor de cabelo in Portuguese.

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What Guys Said 5

  • I have it on good authority from the women in my family that these colorful little bands are widely known as "ponies".

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  • Hair ties to me indicate two loose ends that have to be tied , I said hair bands

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  • hair ties.

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  • Elastics. Or "elastieken", because I speak Dutch natively.

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  • Hair tie/cock ring

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