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So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:04 PM ( #1 )
Anyone here do it? Where and how? I've thought about choppin down the ol' pubes once or twice. Kept tellin myself I shouldn't have more hair there than I do on my face (almost none). So what are y'all opinions/habits? Or am I just abnormal?
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:08 PM ( #2 )
I like to keep it trimmed down below, for the ladies.  Nothing further than that though.
 
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:19 PM ( #3 )
Clean and shaven. The duffel bag is a game of patience and precision, thin skin is nothing to speed through. 
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:25 PM ( #4 )
It's a full time job.  Shaving the face, keeping the jungle in check, Shaving the back.  I have so much back hair you would think I was italian.
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:30 PM ( #5 )
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It's a full time job.  Shaving the face, keeping the jungle in check, Shaving the back.  I have so much back hair you would think I was italian.



huh? how the **** do you even do that? put the razor on a stick?

Also after getting in shape I no longer like to get my arm pit hairs grow out of control, chop them down once in a while. It reduces BO significantly it's worth it. 
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:32 PM ( #6 )
@flip not all of us have T-rex arms dude
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:32 PM ( #7 )
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It's a full time job.  Shaving the face, keeping the jungle in check, Shaving the back.  I have so much back hair you would think I was italian.



huh? how the **** do you even do that? put the razor on a stick?

Also after getting in shape I no longer like to get my arm pit hairs grow out of control, chop them down once in a while. It reduces BO significantly it's worth it. 



A mirror, flexible arms and determination, lol.  It's hard, but I get the job done.
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:35 PM ( #8 )
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It's a full time job.  Shaving the face, keeping the jungle in check, Shaving the back.  I have so much back hair you would think I was italian.



huh? how the **** do you even do that? put the razor on a stick?



Never used mirrors in parallel huh? Pretty simple stuff if you're good with perspective. I do it all the time to check if my mohawk is even standing up. 



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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:45 PM ( #9 )
Never a full shave. Dear god, the amount of itching that comes in the following week isn't worth it. Nope, just a little trim.

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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:52 PM ( #10 )
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Never used mirrors in parallel huh? Pretty simple stuff if you're good with perspective. I do it all the time to check if my mohawk is even standing up. 



Nah it's not that, I just have poor shoulder flexibility mixed with a thick back = can't touch certain parts of back lol. 


Can't even get close to doing this: 

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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 9:54 PM ( #11 )
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Never used mirrors in parallel huh? Pretty simple stuff if you're good with perspective. I do it all the time to check if my mohawk is even standing up. 



Nah it's not that, I just have poor shoulder flexibility mixed with a thick back = can't touch certain parts of back lol. 


Can't even get close to doing this: 


OH OH I can do that! It's very uncomfortable, but I can do it!

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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 10:13 PM ( #12 )
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Never used mirrors in parallel huh? Pretty simple stuff if you're good with perspective. I do it all the time to check if my mohawk is even standing up. 



Nah it's not that, I just have poor shoulder flexibility mixed with a thick back = can't touch certain parts of back lol. 


Can't even get close to doing this: 



Yeah, one drawback to being ripped. Your flexibility becomes slightly or more impaired. 
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 10:33 PM ( #13 )
This seems pretty common. Y'all guys use electric razors? Or maybe you just go Rambo with a pair of scissors?
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:09 PM ( #14 )
I dont clean shave, but I do trim. When there is no hair its like your looking at your 10 year old wang, at least having 1/8" makes it look manly and you dont need to worry about the hairy chest as it still blends in


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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:18 PM ( #15 )
I use my hair clippers. Fast consistent trimming to a length of my choice. Refine with scissors if necessary. Respect to all my back shaving bro's.

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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:21 PM ( #16 )
Anyone ever try chemical hair removal like Nair. I've heard of people trying it but I don't think I'll risk a lady's  leg  hair product on my jewels
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:22 PM ( #17 )
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Anyone ever try chemical hair removal like Nair. I've heard of people trying it but I don't think I'll risk a lady's  leg  hair product on my jewels



I would not try that on my junk.


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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:23 PM ( #18 )
ichimaru


Anyone ever try chemical hair removal like Nair. I've heard of people trying it but I don't think I'll risk a lady's  leg  hair product on my jewels



Stupid. It ****ing says on the box or tube not to use it on your balls or nipples.

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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:26 PM ( #19 )
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ichimaru


Anyone ever try chemical hair removal like Nair. I've heard of people trying it but I don't think I'll risk a lady's  leg  hair product on my jewels



Stupid. It ****ing says on the box or tube not to use it on your balls or nipples.


Do people really have problems with hairy nips??
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Re:So manscaping... - Saturday, May 18, 2013 11:29 PM ( #20 )
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ichimaru


Anyone ever try chemical hair removal like Nair. I've heard of people trying it but I don't think I'll risk a lady's  leg  hair product on my jewels



Stupid. It ****ing says on the box or tube not to use it on your balls or nipples.


Do people really have problems with hairy nips??

My immediate thought.  @autofire I agree. I just seems like it would burn and I cringe at the thought of inflamed ...nvm.  just no
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