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  • samuri
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    OK, what evolutionary use is pubic hair? Other than showing that you’re sexually mature?

    ourkidsam
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    “macho, macho man! I wanna be, a macho man!”

    oks, big of the ring finger.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Keeps the reproductive organs warm to help maintain perfect temp for making more mountainbikers.

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    Keeping them warm? Thought seed sacks were on the outside to keep them cool?

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Keeping them warm? Thought seed sacks were on the outside to keep them cool?

    They’re on the outside for the same reason to maintain temperature.

    Joxster
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    The love spuds are on the outside so you can trap them under your saddle on drop offs

    the wiry/curly hair in your armpits/scrot actualy wicks moisture and aids cooling, shave it off and you get sweaty (and it feking scratches when it grows back).

    TandemJeremy
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    There is no “why” to any of this – “why” implies intent / design – and we evolved we were not designed. Stuff like this “just is”

    Pubic / armpit hair creates a greater surface area to evaporate the pheromone laden sweat we produce in these areas so we spread our scent more and can find a mate easier.

    markd
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    wrong – pubes are for keeping crap out of our bits. fact.

    But why? Because of biological evolution.

    But localised order, like biological evolution, seems to oppose entropy which is a fundamental property of the material universe. Why?

    Shut up you annoying child!

    grizzlygus
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    simple
    index finger size is related to penis size and ring finger size is related to the diameter of your anus

    LOL !

    mudshark
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    There is no “why” to any of this – “why” implies intent / design – and we evolved we were not designed. Stuff like this “just is”

    Why might ask why something evolved that way – things tend to evolve for valid reasons.

    grizzlygus
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    things tend to evolve for valid reasons.

    But not necessarily – sometimes it’s just for random reasons.

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