Sunday, December 23, 2012

Boobs


All I want for Christmas is my two front teat!

Not really. My girls are fine except for one thing: the hair on my boobs grows back faster than any of my other body hair.

Whereas my leg hair grows back very slowly and my arm hair grows back quicker than my leg hair, nothing compares with my boob hair. Whether I use a razor or chemical to remove my boob hair, next morning, new hair appears.

I guess all I can do is keep on pluckin'.

12 comments:

  1. Stana -

    I couldn't resist sending you this link, given the pair of topics for your posting....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MPO5eRX1w&oref=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DY4MPO5eRX1w&has_verified=1

    Marian

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  2. Have you tried waxing? I don't think you can do it right on the aerola, but just about anywhere else (and you won't be showing your nipples in pubic, will you?; of course, in private... )

    Anyway, I tried cold wax strips, which I applied myself, over much of my chest. The results were really good, but I can't help to think having someone else do it would be easier and much faster.

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    1. I will try waxing --- thank-you for the suggestion.

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  3. Stana:

    Really? The next morning? If I shave in the shower with the sharpest, newest, best razor on the planet, and get my chest as smooth as any baby's bottom. By the time I'm drying off I have the feel of stubble again. It makes me nuts. I'll have to try the waxing thing.

    Have a verry Merry Christmas.

    Rhonda Darling

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    1. I thought the next morning was bad enough!

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  4. Stana,Merry Christmas!! Great picture. Nice Boobs!!!
    I usually go to either a salon or a beauty college and have my chest waxed along with my back and sometimes my legs and ears and nose. Gotta get rid of it all. It seems to last between 3 - 5 weeks before I begin to notice it again. Maybe you should try it. It only hurts for a little while.
    Love the new style in the blog. Where or where do you find out about all those femulators?
    LOL, Lisa

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    1. Thank you for the "nice" comments! Google is still my primary tool for finding femulators.

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  5. I too have found this, it is most frustrating, I have never quite had the courage for waxing

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  6. Fortunately, or not, I do not have that problem, I'm flat-chested! I neither shave nor wax my chest but use an epilator instead. In fact I use it all over my body! I simply love it.

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  7. Ugh, I used to get ingrown hairs when I waxed. I finally just had to stop and use a razor. Trust me, watch the razor when you cover everything with lather. Nicks on certain things will make you cry like crazy after hormones make them super sensitive!!!

    And Stana, that hair is Great for you! Buy another soon because they always discontinue the best ones.

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    1. I do like my new do --- thank-you!

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