(e/n) Shaving... down under!

I just find that it gets uncomfortable if I don't trim once in a while. There's a lot to be said for a winter pelt, though.

Chumpy_McChump wrote:
Floomi wrote:
Mex wrote:

Anyway, as I''ve heard from a bodybuilder friend of mine, you shouldn''t shave, because hair comes back stronger.

This is bollocks, if you'll excuse the pun. It looks like it comes back stronger, because hair is thicker at the root than at the tip. But it doesn't.

Also my rule of thumb here is "if you want someone to put their mouth their, shave it". Nobody likes a mouth or noseful of hair.

Addendum: "...or at least well 'scaped."

Right. A little topiary can go a long way towards closing the deal.

I did it once on a bet from the wife. My goodness it itches like crazy! I would recommend going wax or the Nair route as bald boys are not cool to walk with when once they get their pelts back. I keep it nice and tidy as requested by the misses, I mean you don't want your wife/girl to be all jungle style why should you be?

Pharacon wrote:

I did it once on a bet from the wife. My goodness it itches like crazy! I would recommend going wax or the Nair route as bald boys are not cool to walk with when once they get their pelts back. I keep it nice and tidy as requested by the misses, I mean you don't want your wife/girl to be all jungle style why should you be?

If she wants you to be?

I've never trimmed a hair on my body below my neck. The hospital did shave my belly when I had my appendix removed but I had no choice!

Also, I trim my beard once a week or less. I have no fear of hair, luckily neither does my wife!

Mex wrote:

Anyway, as I''ve heard from a bodybuilder friend of mine, you shouldn''t shave, because hair comes back stronger.

This is bollocks, if you'll excuse the pun. It looks like it comes back stronger, because hair is thicker at the root than at the tip. But it doesn't.

Also my rule of thumb here is "if you want someone to put their mouth there, shave it". Nobody likes a mouth or noseful of hair.

Itchy and Scratchy to shave it. The money saved simple trimming is well worth it.

I am a little bit biased, but I think this is the better shaving thread.

Eezy_Bordone wrote:

I am a little bit biased, but I think this is the better shaving thread.

Nothing will ever beat the original.

Hair Transplantation is a surgical technique that involves moving skin containing hair follicles from one part of the body (the donor site) to bald or balding parts (the recipient site). It is primarily used to treat male pattern baldness, whereby grafts containing hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding are transplanted to bald scalp.

Baaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahaaaaaaaa. Oh my. That would be an interesting place to transplant hair to.

I prefer to use this method.