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Old 15.02.2011, 14:58
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Re: What do you wax?

I get it now, I'm pretty slow!
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Re: What do you wax?

Apart from my skis, ... nothing

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Old 15.02.2011, 15:11
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Appart from my skis, ... nothing
This is the only answer that can come to my mind after reading the title.

Anything else would be too much
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Old 15.02.2011, 15:21
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Here's a smoothly written piece for those who wax and shave slavishly (or don't):

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandsty...r-removal-porn
Anyone else reckon she's got a gurt muff?
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Old 15.02.2011, 15:24
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Re: What do you wax?

No, I love that painting
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Old 15.02.2011, 16:09
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Re: What do you wax?

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Someone sees way too much into it.

I am going to tell that person a secret:

It is confortable! Yep, no itchy, no sweating, no smelling, etc.

It doesn't have to be for someone else, it doesn't have to be because we are ashamed, and it certainly have nothing to do with any kind of fetishism...

Geeeezz!

I'll agree up to a point...

"no itchy"... lucky you.

I'm sure a raging case of crabs couldn't possibly have been worse.

Then again, my skin is very sensitive, the slightest bit dry it itches, the slightest wrong lotion, it itches - and that's on areas which get more exposure and so are accustomed to weather, lotions and frequent shaving.
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Anyone else reckon she's got a gurt muff?
Didn't he play centre forward for West Germany in the 74 world cup?
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Old 15.02.2011, 16:58
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Re: What do you wax?

I know a very good beautician who does waxing for sensitive skin, please send me a PM and I will send you the link
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You want to check out the cat at the beginning of the video and at the end.
Gosh you ARE observant! hahahaaa .. I had to go back to that video and Watch The Cat! ....she shaved it!
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Old 15.02.2011, 17:47
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Re: What do you wax?

it was kind of erotic
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Old 15.02.2011, 17:49
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I'll agree up to a point...

"no itchy"... lucky you.

I'm sure a raging case of crabs couldn't possibly have been worse.

Then again, my skin is very sensitive, the slightest bit dry it itches, the slightest wrong lotion, it itches - and that's on areas which get more exposure and so are accustomed to weather, lotions and frequent shaving.
Goes for me too. I'm not a masochist. No waxing for me.
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Old 15.02.2011, 19:20
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Re: What do you wax?

Can someone show me the link for the shaved cat?

I think it is good for a woman to be almost hair free bar her head and eyebrows.... I know people will now tell me to stop being so pruned blah blah and feeling the need to destroy my natural looks blah blah blah but I feel it is hygenic, pretty and polite to be bald on your lip, eyebrows tidy, arms not like a beast, legs silky, arm pits smoothe and certainly lady garden well maintained all with wax or you go stubbley.
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Old 15.02.2011, 20:18
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Old 15.02.2011, 20:29
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Can someone show me the link for the shaved cat?

I think it is good for a woman to be almost hair free bar her head and eyebrows.... I know people will now tell me to stop being so pruned blah blah and feeling the need to destroy my natural looks blah blah blah but I feel it is hygenic, pretty and polite to be bald on your lip, eyebrows tidy, arms not like a beast, legs silky, arm pits smoothe and certainly lady garden well maintained all with wax or you go stubbley.
You have to explain that one to me.... I am feeling hygenic, pretty but polite?

I know I got a good education, but.....

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Old 15.02.2011, 22:15
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I don't wax at all. Too painful. I can't recommend my current form of hair removal (chemotherapy), although it does take care of the "polite" areas. Problem is that it's not selective.
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Old 15.02.2011, 22:24
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Re: What do you wax?

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I suppose I sound vain and stupid now.. best of luck with it all soldier
I hope you will be ok

Well Nil

I meant its nice to make an effort for everyone so they dont stare at your mono brow while talking to you and also its nice for a guy if you are well maintained ya know...
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Totally understand the mono brow... But that I'd tweeze. It's waxing the other bits for some guy .... If you like if for yourself, then cool. But populist.
(sorry, stupid autocorrect) no idea what was supposed to be here.

As for the chemo...one of the unintended advantages, as it were.
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Old 15.02.2011, 22:40
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Re: What do you wax?

Well for me yes I do because it makes me feel better about myself as in more secure. But I wish things weren't so stiff that women feel obliged to wax and maintain
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Legs, arms, back, buttom, face?

I saw a program on tv where the show girls waxing their face (upper lip, chin, cheek, forhead) to be totally hairless.

And you?
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To remove hair maybe? lol

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Old 18.02.2011, 16:02
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Re: What do you wax?

waxing doesn't hurt at all, that's a myth!
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