No not a nichetrackworld recommend me a three grand razor blade or such like, but where exactly do you shave?! 😳
When I got home from work last night, Mrs B was telling me of her lunchtime conversation at work….to cut a long story short they ended up talking about whose boyfriend/husband shaved their tackle!!
It turns out that I’m the only one of all that were mentioned that doesn’t shave down there!! I was just as surprised as she was! Are all men now sporting the ‘Shaven John Craven look’? Obviously most women shave nowadays, but I thought that it was exclusive to males in the pron industry! I’m not even sure that it’s an age thing-I’m 26, some of the blokes mentioned are in their forties.
I’m not overly body/image obsessed so just have a quick shave of my cheeks and leave some ‘designer stuble’ or whatever it’s called….everywhere else is untouched. Did I miss a blanket email to all blokes advising of a change or something? 😯Posted 6 years agocbmotorsportMember
Don’t shave, trim. No need to let a razor blade loose down there but a bit of grooming does no harm and if the lady likes it then why not??
A bit of a tidy up is nothing to be ashamed of. Makes your missus more keen on visiting the area too, if she hasn’t got a burst mattress effect going off when she pulls down the Y-Fronts.Posted 6 years agorogerthecatMember
Where does it all end?Posted 6 years ago
Being a bit hirsute if I shaved just the old chap, to make it all match I’d be shaving from chin to toe (I have Hobbit feet too).
And, there have been quite a few reports recently re the infections and unpleasant side effects from shaving ‘down there’.jock-muttleyMember
Proud to admit that I do shave my gentlemans vegetables, been doing it for at least 10 years following the snip where it had to be shaved anyway, been shaving it ever since.
No side effects, no infections. Quick zap over when in the shower once a day means no stubble issues. combine it with a full check over down there (which we should ALL be doing gents!) when in the bath.
Lot more comfortable and definitely seem to get more attention….Posted 6 years agograhamgMember
As far as I’m concerned, it’s whatever you and your partner like to do – as long as you’re both happy, who gives a shit what the ‘prevailing trend’ is in anything!
I will admit that I’m guilty of watching too much porn though and reckon that’s definitely an influence on habits…Posted 6 years ago
I have a regular buzz round with an electric clipper – a 2mm stubble is less prickly but far more comfortable than the old retro-cock look.
And yes, the vast majority of ladies go for the completely shaven look now (thankfully) so it would seem rude to expect them to tolerate a face-full of wiry knob-‘fro.Posted 6 years ago
I couldn’t really shave without looking ridiculous, at least without comitting to shaving my chest and legs too. i have been known to trim, but having two kids under three kinda changes my time prioities.
As for women’s shaving habits, in my experience it has been fairly rare to meet a completely bald coot, so to speak; probably sub 25%. (although this may say more about the womwn I attract than the general population… 😯Posted 6 years ago
Jesuss … I keep getting the image in my head that someone just bought a new cut throat razor happily trying to experiment it on their jewel but while trying he sneezes … damn! Blood all over. John Wayne Bobbitt II appears in the news.
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And yes, the vast majority of ladies go for the completely shaven look now (thankfully) so it would seem rude to expect them to tolerate a face-full of wiry knob-‘fro.
😮 This must be an in thing so I am going to give it a try … not going Kojak but more Falling Down …Posted 6 years ago
Having returned to the dating game – with some gusto – around 3 years ago, I can honestly say that in my experience, around 90% of women I’ve got to know quite well have been completely smooth.
Anecdotal evidence also suggests it’s more hygienic, more comfortable, and makes them feel ‘sexier’. And it means they’re more likely to get the lingering attentions of a man “lapping away like a thirsty dog at a puddle”.Posted 6 years agoGrahamSSubscriber
DEFFO NOT VEET!
The reviews would agree…Posted 6 years ago
I’m strangely inclined to give it a go given that so many seem to! Any tips….veet? blow torch? lawn mower?
As mentioned before, hair clippers on their lowest setting for the, erm, fringe(?) and then a Mac3-type razor dragged gently across the surface seems to work best for the balls, barse and in the groin area.
It might seem counter-intuitive, but working dry seems to get the best result, and if you wrap any, erm, loose skin round your fist first, you get a nice smooth finish without any nicks.
I’m told Veet works well, but timings are critical. And when I say ‘critical’, I really mean critical! I’m told there’s less itchiness when it grows back, but I’ve never suffered from that anyway…Posted 6 years ago
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