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Can having hair in some places cause fights in relationships?
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aeb0717 wrote:

I don't like long back and chest hair, especially when it's thick, and I don't care for armpit hair. Otherwise, I like groomed. Carpet is a turn-off for me, but hairless can be disconcerting and it dries out the skin. Regular grooming controls bacteria growth, which is also good for the skin... And our noses.


What if the hair is light blond and you can barely see it under light
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I consider 1/2-1 inch in length to be groomed, but I'm fine with up to 1 1/2" if the hair is nearly translucent.
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hmm_4x wrote:
Can guys having hair in certain places be turn offs?

Yes. Hair is yucky.
Posted 5/10/13
If you're going to have an issue with me having hair in a certain spot, you can be lazy and have yours on the spots you want. I'd most likely shave it off for you anyway--vice versa--because that's just how I roll.
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I like my girls like the White House, no Bush.
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My preference is this (for males or females since I swing both ways): the only hair you should have is hair that can be taken care of at a barber shop.
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DudeItsMark wrote:

I like my girls like the White House, no Bush.


Posted 5/10/13

JustineKo2 wrote:

My preference is this (for males or females since I swing both ways): the only hair you should have is hair that can be taken care of at a barber shop.


What if I know a really understanding barber?
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justanotherguy_2005 wrote:


JustineKo2 wrote:

My preference is this (for males or females since I swing both ways): the only hair you should have is hair that can be taken care of at a barber shop.


What if I know a really understanding barber?
Give me their phone number, I've got hair in a place that's really hard for me to get at with sharp objects.

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aeb0717 wrote:

I consider 1/2-1 inch in length to be groomed, but I'm fine with up to 1 1/2" if the hair is nearly translucent.


Do you carry a mini-ruler with you for these situations?
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heyitsthatguy wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

I consider 1/2-1 inch in length to be groomed, but I'm fine with up to 1 1/2" if the hair is nearly translucent.


Do you carry a mini-ruler with you for these situations?


I'm good at guessing measurements. *cough* Art class and helping my mom measure and cut floorboards really helped to instill it in my brain.
Posted 5/10/13

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chocuqueen wrote:

Well some girls prefer guy's legs to be shave. When you go on a bed with them right, they would wrap you up with their legs and they'll be like AH SO HAIRY!!!
For me I don't really care THAT much... -3- but thing is a turn off would be chest hair lol


What about the man who was deported from Saudi Arabia for being too handsome?



No no
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I kind of wish I could shave all my hair except my head hair, but then I'm sure I'd get judged.

That's just the kind of luck I have. ._.'
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I dont mind at all to be honest, heck im not with that person for the hair.

I've heard alot of my friends complain that hair on arms is even gross, and im like what? its hair dude but yeah.

Personally i prefer that the person feels comfortable in what shes doing with it, if it gives her a confidence boost to be nicely shaven etc then by all means do it.

In other news : I wont go down on a bush, but i dont mind it being there simple as that
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I will absolutely not shave my beard if my girl prefers me shaven. Maybe from time to time as a treat, but I had to go without it for about a year because of a job, and I felt like a different person.

As for other parts, I do what looks/feels best to me. Frankly, I like how I look with my shirt off better when I have chest hair, but I do keep it trimmed -- same with back, legs, arms and...ahem... pubic hair. Really, things just look strange to me with no pubic hair at all, so I keep it, but again, trimmed.

As for the females, I hold the same policy. I feel they should do what looks/feels best, and I think clean shaven probably looks best on most parts. That said, I don't mind if they take it easy from time to time. It can be nice to lay off of grooming for a bit.

To answer the actual topic, it can cause fights (since fights exist) but I'll say that I've never had them before. I have really thick hair if I let it grow, but I like to keep it trimmed because it looks/feels most comfortable. It almost never looks gross (and by almost, I mean not since High School) I've dated girls that gave me shit for it, but more playfully than anything. They've also told me at different times that they liked it, so I'm pretty sure they were just messing around. I take jokes pretty well, so I'm kind of fun to tease when it comes to girls (At least, I think that's why. Haha.)
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