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Old 18th Jan 2013, 06:54
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Shaving leads to extinction

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Old 18th Jan 2013, 07:02
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 07:18
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Had crabs on the toilet seat at work, put pissed them off.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 07:21
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Smells a bit fishy to me.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 09:12
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More rubbish from the drooling cosmetic industry.

I've seen more bush on more continents in my life than any of you have had breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

The only pubic lice I ever saw were on derelicts and doped out junkies.

Never seen cooties on normal clean unshaved people.

On the other hand the legion of the shaved frequently rock up with pimples, raspy stubble, razor nicks, ingrown hairs, rashes, [email protected] or chemical burns and enlarged groin nodes.

Sheep, the lot of you.

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PS: My local beauty shop is offering free waxes for the under 12s - catch 'em young and they're your forever.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 09:31
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raspy stubble,
... one once knew of an early (and inexpert) adopter of the "shaven haven" style, who was called Barbara.

For some reason known as "Stubbly Bubbly Barb" .......

One was also once told the French for crabs - of the sort under discussion - was papillions d'amour - butterflies of love. I so hope that's true!
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 09:40
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Papillons d'amour
No. Not a correct translation. Sorry.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 09:49
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No. Not a correct translation. Sorry.
Well, according to this site of apparently French origin, it IS a common slang term ......

But - as Abraham Lincoln once said (according to Wikipedia) - you can't trust all you read on t'Internet.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 09:59
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Yeah, maybe one of those terms assigned to the French by foreigners. Don't know.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 10:53
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Reading this while eating lunch ... put me off my crab sandwich ...
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 11:08
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 12:08
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MtK;
The only pubic lice I ever saw were on derelicts and doped out junkies.
That's it, I just knew I was with the wrong people.
Per

PS Bonus story. One young greenhorn engineboy caught the lice and wanted to know what to do. He was told to smear Oil and Grease Remover on the affected area and leave for 30 minutes. After lunch we heard sobbing from his cabin. Turned out that he couldn't find Oil and Grease remover so he used Carbon Remover instead and left in on for an hour to make sure. Bad choice as CR is very caustic and it took him quite some time to regenerate skin in the affected areas. We used to leave some porn magazines in his cabin while he was bedridden, could hear the screams even on the bridge.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 12:29
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Per,

That brought tears to my eyes and made me chuckle at the same time.

Now then, can anyone recall which volume of Spike Milligan's autobiog has the lice story in it?
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 12:36
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One was also once told the French for crabs - of the sort under discussion - was papillions d'amour - butterflies of love. I so hope that's true!
Maybe in France. Around here they were called 'les hosties de morpions.'
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This thread is worthless without pictures
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This one do?

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Old 18th Jan 2013, 14:59
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Thank you so very much Sunnyjohn. Now excuse me while I go and scratch.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 15:26
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Many years ago (when I was young, and knew no better) a rather good looking blonde lady gave me a dose of crabs, which was a shame as the sex had not been that good.
However, on the bright side, complaining about it at length did get me in to bed with another lady that I had been lusting after for a while.
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Old 18th Jan 2013, 15:35
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The current fashion for hair removal is SO unromantic - in previous centuries, women would send their lovers a twist of pubic hair as a keepsake.

Not so long ago, as a woman removed her underclothes, one's fantasies could run wild - was she truly a redhead? Would the garden of earthly delights be straight or curly, extensive or sparse, blonde or dark?

Today there is nothing left to wonder about: one is immediately confronted with the raw vulva, directly exposed, with a standard poor denuded mons above it, bearing the spotty signatures of the unrelenting fight against nature.

One sees the holy of holies, previously to be sensually explored, directly in all it's glory (or unglory), naked and vulnerable, all it's details exposed in an eyeblink.

Women now apologise for their adult vulva - "Sorry, I know it's not nice, I'm going to have a labiaplasty next year", assuming that you, as a red-blooded male, were expecting the innocent, hairless, characterless, lipless vulva of a prepubescent girl.

A modest concealment, once a significant indicator of womanhood, is torn out as soon as it appears. And if a woman can afford it, the labia are surgically excised to childhood proportions. Pedophilia anyone?

As Caitlin Moran points out, "Sometimes girls now use pubic hair as a sort of chastity belt. Like if you want to make sure you donít have sex with someone, you simply donít shave or wax so you wonít be tempted, thatís how prevalent waxing is". The assumption being that any decent man, on catching sight of the adult fleece, will be so nauseated as to flee drooping from the scene.

What HAS happened to us?

I could blame the Islamic influx, with it's draconian laws on female depilation and the infantilisation of women in general (and known predilection for sex with preadolescents of both kinds).

But of course the answer really is Big Business (and it IS big business, being worth over $4bn in the US alone), which cares nothing for women's health, comfort or romance and now having conquered women, is successfully persuading men (men?) to shave their chests and legs and whatnot as well.

All sold on the totally spurious platform of "hygiene" (of which it is an antithesis) and a petit bourgeois idea of "tidyness".

The irony of it all is that we now have a new kind of kinky. I have a patient in the pr0n business and he tells me that "hairy" pornsites, showing natural women, are increasingly popular and profitable.

Sic transit gloria mundi...

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Old 18th Jan 2013, 15:37
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AO,

Did you pass them on

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