_It’s Flashback Friday, when I go to the archives to reminisce about where I was then, and reveal where I am now.
(01/05/2010) …I don't have a clue what the kids are doing anymore...especially with their hair down there.
So I’ve been polling people, both male and female, about what the preferred and popular pubic styles are these days. The results have been fascinating. Many of the women have opted to go full bush, only trimming a bit from time to time, and never letting a razor anywhere near it. They said it is not only convenient, but makes them feel more womanly. I asked a fifty-something man how he felt about the bikini rainforest and he said that it gave him a sense of safety and nostalgia because it reminded him of seventies porn when gals had real breasts and the nudie flicks didn't try to have plots. Other men, when confronted with the concept, have made a face like they'd been asked to try a brussel sprout.
The other side of this coital coin is to go completely bare through either the painful act of waxing or the labor-intensive task of shaving. I've been bald and quite enjoyed it. Just one less thing to worry about. And really why do I need hair there? It's not like I'm exposing my crotch to the elements...and least not this winter. Still, I feared that no hair at all might have the same effect that the Sphynx cat has—adorable to some, comical to others, and utterly disgusting to a few. One man said that it made him feel like a pedophile. But, another man who preferred this hairstyle, or lack thereof, explained by saying, "I prefer a clean workspace."
The third option is scaping which means manipulating the hair into a shape and style you...and a lucky he...or she...find appealing. Some people spend both considerable time and money creating a work of art. I don't have time to put a gallery in my panties. I just want something both fashionable and functional. Apparently, the most popular options are the Chaplin, the Arrow, the Cardshark, the Princess, and the Isosceles. I was always good at geometry—perhaps I could attempt an octagon or even a trapezoid. However, in the past when I've even attempted to maintain the simplest designs, I always ended up shaving it lopsided and having the love arrow point somewhere off to the right, not toward the desired portal to passion.
To wax or not to wax...that is the real question.
(03/06/2012) I married the man who said, "I prefer a clean workspace." We made a deal. If he keeps showing up for the job, I’ll keep things uncluttered, so he can concentrate.
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