Re: White Jamaicans
In the novel, Helen marries, like her fourth time, a guy who has a plantation in Jamaica, but the marriage goes rotten and Helen is back on Broadway in a new musical by the end of the novel. But they don't know how to do hair in Jamaica, so all of Helen's hair was burned off and she's bald and wearing a wig when Neely tears it off in the ladies room after Helen makes a gay-remark about Neely's twins, Bud and Jud.
Why are you talking about yourself in the third person?
Are you ok Helen?
DanielleMa$ha SvittyGOAT Pushu Pirru 60uchard