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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    I just waxed the dog too. She shrieked a bit!
    Poor doggy... bless her...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    I happen to think that pubic hair is there for no reason at all, apart from looking very messy..

    Take it off, it's really quite liberating, believe me... I'm an expert on hair... 'down there'... Unfortunately I cannot shave 'there' as it irritates me too much so I have to use Nair.... makes it nice and smooth, which I love, and others do too...
    My thoughts, and that of all the women I have 'known', is the complete opposite. But then each to their own - I'll leave you to your mixture of slaked lime and caustic soda!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    My thoughts, and that of all the women I have 'known', is the complete opposite. But then each to their own - I'll leave you to your mixture of slaked lime and caustic soda!
    Maybe you've just known the wrong women Barry...

    Tidy is definitely best for me...
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    I have known one woman who shaved - but the maintenance needs to be frequent and regular. Stubble down there is most off-putting as far as I'm concerned.

    But whatever makes you feel comfortable ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I have known one woman who shaved - but the maintenance needs to be frequent and regular. Stubble down there is most off-putting as far as I'm concerned.

    But whatever makes you feel comfortable ....
    Stubble 'down there' is just nasty.... it has to be smooth...
    Bev


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    Stubble 'down there' is just nasty.... it has to be smooth...
    Hence my comment about frequent maintenance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    My thoughts, and that of all the women I have 'known', is the complete opposite. But then each to their own - I'll leave you to your mixture of slaked lime and caustic soda!
    Tried that cocktail once, it tasted awful and definitely killed the mood. And I've no idea what happened to the little umbrella I put in...

    Bev's recommendation for 'Nair' seems like a good one, but if I suggest it to Mrs. P she'll want to know where I learned about it, and she barely tolerates all the time I spend with my "pen pals" (her words) as it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Tried that cocktail once, it tasted awful and definitely killed the mood. And I've no idea what happened to the little umbrella I put in...

    Bev's recommendation for 'Nair' seems like a good one, but if I suggest it to Mrs. P she'll want to know where I learned about it, and she barely tolerates all the time I spend with my "pen pals" (her words) as it is.
    Tell her you read it in an edition of Marie Clare you picked up whilst waiting for the dentist


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    Quote Originally Posted by Discopants View Post
    Tell her you read it in an edition of Marie Clare you picked up whilst waiting for the dentist

    The special 'Autumn Growler' edition.
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