Question for the men

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  • Helen Liz wrote (see)

    Intrigued by DV's use of the word "disgusting". Why?

    yeh..  sorry..  disgusting was rather harsh...  
  • Bruce you are right yes i don not like hair on my ladies chest lol,

    so supercaz is that is saying that basically you give up on the whole idea of sex once married and that the husband/wife should accept and make no effort , could this be why so many affairs happen cause marriage takes the fun out of a relationship ???? and that the husband/wife need to feel good about thereselves and to make the effort for an admirer ???????? now there is an open ended question should you continue making the effort or not ?

  • Wasn't having a go, DV. Honestly just wondered. It's not like it will have an impact on my topiary choices! image

    I'm not the thought police (I leave that job to other people image)

  • To be honest I'd just be happy to be invited to play on the grass
  • More the other way around JB74.  You make the effort for so long and it goes unnoticed so eventually you stop bothering.

    I was being a bit tongue in cheek too, although given that my hubby has a long term illness I'm sure that most people can guess to my situation.

  • sorry to hear that supercaz apologise if i offended in anyway, but i know what your saying in that way aswell of doing stuff that gets shrugged off and unnoticed
  • CindersCinders ✭✭✭

    Interesting thread!

    JB, what design would you recommend? image

  • Either full on Hair Bear or full on Kojak. Not keen on the in-betweens.
  • Whaaahahaha image  How did I miss this thread?

    *Looks at JB's wig in a very suspicious manner*

  • Desert

    although there's nothing wrong with a bit of variety.

    Just as important...

    How should the gentlemen tend to their garden?
  • It has to be kojak plus a merkin!
  • What, the Gentleman garden?
  • No for the ladies
  • Oh, I read that as Gherkin
  • never understood why women wanted to look like a hairless child or blokes preferred it

    showing my age - a hairless minge was rare indeed in my youth - even in the 'male interest' magazines of the times- there may have been trimming to neaten things

  • i suppose the norks are a giveaway as to age
  • Helen Liz wrote (see)

    I think what StB was getting at was the use of the plural. As in women's not woman's. like any of the chaps here have what it takes to keep multiple women happy image

    Yes, that and the possessive image

    I like chest hair. But never when coupled with a gold medallion.

  • Potting Shed wrote (see)

    never understood why women wanted to look like a hairless child or blokes preferred it


    To even describe it like shows that you are missing the point....

    Women shave/wax their legs and arm pits too...    would you describe that as being child like too..?  

    And..    its not just women...  plenty of men trim their hair too......

  • back sack and crack all the way, then
  • you even see men nowadays with no armpit hair but then you see some women from other countries who love abit of armpit hair !!! why is this ?
  • As I was munching my cereals and enjoying these few posts on social engineering... I googled Norks!  The answer I got wasn't what I expected.

    Potting Shed wrote (see)
    i suppose the norks are a giveaway as to age

    I'm now wandering whether or not PS has posted a picture of some boobs somewhere!

  • I'm thinking he means that they are heading south and by that can determine age LOL
  • I prefer a ladies garden with a shed..to keep my stuff init....i'll get my coat...image
  • another one that can't understand why male or females would remove all the hair......the thought of it does make me uneasy.....

    If its for a clean healthy look then i can assume that all those men who like to see all hair removed also remove all theirs for the same reason ......
    and the same for the women who remove it all........they must want a partner with theirs all removed......


  • It does sound like most people prefer less for convenience or hygiene reasons, rather than that they find it attractive... or am I reading that wrong?
  • I think you are reading that correctly supercaz, why do ladies and I bet men do now get bejazzled? To look and feel good if they get lucky I guess
  • Allegedly, it improves the sensitivity thus increasing pleasure
  • SuperCaz wrote (see)

    More the other way around JB74.  You make the effort for so long and it goes unnoticed so eventually you stop bothering.

    I was being a bit tongue in cheek too, although given that my hubby has a long term illness I'm sure that most people can guess to my situation.


    If you're being a bit tongue in cheek, why are you worried about pubes.

    No wonder they call us Rimmers' World on Tritalk 

  • can't believe no body has mentioned a good old center parting yet.
  • Prince Siegfried wrote (see)

    I'd imagine there's that epilady thing too, but I guess that would be a slow death like waxing!!

    Like with any other area, - it's a bit painful at first, but you get used to it.  image

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