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View Poll Results: Do guys shave their pubes?
I do 30 30.61%
I dont 38 38.78%
I did 20 20.41%
I want to do it once just to see what its like! 10 10.20%
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30-01-2007, 21:36   #1
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Guys Shaving pubes?

Do guys shave downstairs?
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30-01-2007, 21:43   #2
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Never again!
Did it once, hated it, was all sweaty and itchy all of the time... I feckin RAW >_<
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30-01-2007, 21:48   #3
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I wouldn't shave but i do use hair removal cream. I think it feels much better without the pubes TBH
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30-01-2007, 21:57   #4
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Do guys shave downstairs?
No, I always do it in the upstairs bathroom.
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30-01-2007, 22:02   #5
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shaving scrotum

I'm having a vasectomy next week.I have to shave my balls.How the f**k do i do this without doing the op on myself.any ideas
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30-01-2007, 22:32   #6
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No, but I do trim now and again ...

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Never again!
Did it once, hated it, was all sweaty and itchy all of the time... I feckin RAW >_<
I know someone whose "mates" shaved him, partially anyway, when he passed out on his stag night ... he was scratching himself something wicked all through his wedding day, and was caught on video a couple of times.
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30-01-2007, 22:36   #7
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Never again!
Did it once, hated it, was all sweaty and itchy all of the time... I feckin RAW >_<
Same. No fun!
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30-01-2007, 22:42   #8
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I'm having a vasectomy next week.I have to shave my balls.How the f**k do i do this without doing the op on myself.any ideas



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30-01-2007, 22:46   #9
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Apparently some shams do it to make the C0CK look longer.
Don't need to myself
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31-01-2007, 01:00   #10
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No right minded man would.
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31-01-2007, 01:18   #11
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Veet creams remove your unwanted hair whilst respecting the delicate nature of your skin. They can be used on legs, underarms and the bikini area. Veet recently launched newly reformulated creams that are enriched with caring ingredients to nourish and moisturise your skin. They will leave your skin soft, silky, and smoother for longer. Whereas shaving cuts off the hair at the skin's surface, creams gently dissolve the hair leaving a soft tip under the surface meaning that regrowth is softer and stubble free. Removal is made easy with the "Perfect Touch" spatula which has a flexible soft-touch fin at each end to glide over the contours of the body ensuring that every single hair is gently removed.
Have had a few people tell me that they had allergic reactions to this stuff....any way to know if yer sack will be red raw before using this stuff?

I've shaved a few times, but I'm usually not even bothered to shave my face more than twice a week, so something that (unfortunately) doesn't get seen much is even less likely to be attended regularly!
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31-01-2007, 01:22   #12
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Do guys shave downstairs?
Yup cant beat the extra optical inch!

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I'm having a vasectomy next week.I have to shave my balls.How the f**k do i do this without doing the op on myself.any ideas
Pull the skin taut and be gentle with the Razor. Ideally the Philips body shave works a charm
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31-01-2007, 06:51   #13
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Itches badly if you go too far behind the sack. Doesn't sweat more, but if feels all sweaty cos there's no rug of pubes there. I don't do it often, but it's worth it for the extra feel, especially a lá dog, if you see what I mean
Don't knock it till you've tried it
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31-01-2007, 07:12   #14
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Shaving? Pfft.
You can't beat a well groomed sack. Use some styling mouse or go for an attractive side parting*. If you wear a cricket cup you can avoid that "flattened hair" look all too common with modern tight fitting underpants.



* For the ladies I would recommend sticking with the traditional centre parting. A side parting can lead to unnecessary confusion with a drunken partner. Although a horizontal parting can be a definite plus (+).
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31-01-2007, 07:17   #15
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Heaps of trimmage
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