....and you can leave the armpit hair on too!
> "You can fvck off if you think you're coming near my eyes with a laser."
The 'from' price probably depends how rubbish your eyesight is, therefore my eyes would probably cost a couple of thousand each.
this subject annoys me. When I was younger the most 'adventurous' people got was trimming their pubes neatly into a nice shape like Mary Quant did. Now, for some reason, having an adolescent or even prepubescent style fanny is fashionable. Slightly dodgy more like.
This also applies to men removing all their body hair - WTF? Stop it!
And, every time I go to have my legs waxed the women says "I is going to give you a brazilian next time". No you isn't, love.
It is worth listening to her eyewatering tales of men coming in for a BSC. Why men, why why? Why would you do that to yourselves?
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"You can fvck off if you think you're coming near my eyes with a laser."
IAWTP - what I don't get is that my prescription is changing; I'm long-sighted, but over the last 5 years, my sight has been slowly "improving" - but this is simply due to me aging. At some point in the next 20 years, I suspect I shall be back to near perfect vision, and then start getting short sighted. I don't see how laser surgery can cope with that.
having an adolescent or even prepubescent style fanny is fashionable. Slightly dodgy more like.
No one is ever coming near my bikini line again with hot wax. I don't care if it makes people cringe when I wear a swimming costume! It HUUUUUURRRRRRTTTTSSSS.
But to be contradictory my lower arms look like they belong to an ape and I think I might just get them done this year.
Barbers often ask if I want my eyebrows trimming.
Dennis Healey was cool!
Less often, they ask about the nasal hair. My trimmer seems to be bust... Pulling them out makes me sneeze, sometimes for half an hour!
Eyebrow trims? Rly? I'm boggling slightly, is this a new service or something barbers have traditionally offered?
You're not old enough yet, in a couple of years they'll be down to your ankles and the man will start to offer. And your ears.
It's been happening to me for a good few years at several places.
Maybe I have especially verdant (or just untidy) eyebrows or something.
I do often have several sticky-out hairs in there.
As my 40th birthday fast approaches I become more reliant on my tweezers. I have 3 eyebrow hairs now that would Denis Healey on me if I wasn't merciless.
You've made my nose all tingly just thinking about it.
Well, it turns out all those "are they really dead?" batteries really are dead, and the trimmer's working again, so everything's hunky dory in the nasal hair department just now
Was the article (which I am not clicking on) inspired by the new advert for bikini line razors where a woman confidently walks past a number of small shrubs that are magically topiarised? Best advert ever, even if they don't actually use the words TRIM YR BUSH anywhere :)
No, it's just Pamela Stephenson's secks agony aunt column. Bloke wrote in to ask "How do I get my wife to have a landing strip down there?"
I like the person who says "I will if you will" to him.
The £395 one is done by someone with Parkinsons.
A well groomed man - it makes things seem fresher and looked after and it just looks nice. I think I'd be a bit more blunt than Pamela suggests, though.
As for laser eye surgery, I know lots of people who have had it without problems and i'll probably consider it if my eyes get much worse. They seem to be getting worse at speed.
I could have done without the awkward medical-catchphrasing, mind. "CATCH IT! BURY IT!! KILL IT!111" Why not just a polite "Cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, didn't your mother teach you? What, did you grow up in a barn or something?"
The poll is a bit tricky as what I prefer in t'other half is different to what I would do to myself (and not because a preference has been expressed either).
I'd go for the laser thing if I wasn't scared that I would be able to see the laser coming towards my eye and then zapping me.
I can only sustain an erection if the woman has had her pubic hair shaved into the shape of my face.
What I find unbelievable about that Grauniad piece are the acres of commenters lining up to slag off the bloke for having the temerity to have a particular sexual preference, make judgments about his own attitude to his lover and her needs, or just to punish him verbally for having made any expression of his own sexual desire whatsoever.
These people need to be honest with themselves on this - do they really have no preferences in their lover's physical appearance and grooming? If they do, then they have to accept that others might too. And I'll bet they're the sort of people who bemoan the fact that men just don't/can't express their feelings. Well done to them - they've just demonstrated why not. And of course, demonstrated yet further why having the option to comment after articles online is a thorougly stupid and pointless idea.
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Having PCOS makes this a chore for many women (in some cases it would need to be once-a-fortnight!) I have a tendency to let everything go wild in the winter for extra heating :P Summer is for tidying, although noonenowherenohow will see me in my pants or a swimsuit evah! Except of course alnya
and he's never opined either way. This of course is all probably TMI.
Men on the other hand are meant to be hairy... at least thats what society tells us. Although very long nasal and ear hair on men troubles me for some reason. Other than that tho, I don't have an opinion on BSC, - although I sometimes joke with alnya
about it - eyebrows, armpits etc.
I've considered laser eye surgery for myself, but theres no way I could ever afford it. Which is maybe just as well because no doubt when it came to the crunch, I'd chicken out.