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Thread: If only I hadn't shaved my pits to donate to Locks of Love...

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    Default If only I hadn't shaved my pits to donate to Locks of Love...

    The First Sign of the Bedazzled Armpit Hair Extensions Trend Has Surfaced

    by Ashley Hoffman ( ) Wednesday, December 3rd 2014 at 3:13 pm












    Perusing the glorious cotton candy colored armpits of Tumblr, we found the first sign ever of a brand new armpit look.
    Youíve already heard about women dyeing their armpit hair, but if youíre as serious about your rainbow pits as this French trendsetter, celebrating that we are human women takes effort and accessories.
    Because some men tend to view women who donít annihilate body hair as mean, lazy criminals, this is a powerful statement that communicates strength, whimsy, and itís also a sign that this woman might be a princess. Unfortunately, it looks like it might be uncomfortable. As you see, itís dyed not one, but two bright colors, itís decorated with stick-ons, which might get itchy, and dangling with shiny extensions the color of sunshine and lilac fields. It calls to mind the tail of a magical pony. Maybe you thought throwing out your razors would be a feminist statement that would save you grooming time, but this beginning of a trend proves otherwise.
    Waving your arms around like you just donít care just got even more involved.

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    Clearly, this man has been using donated pit hair for his combover:

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    Feminist or not, hairy pits are nothing I want to look at. Not on men either.

    True fact: each hair increases the surface area available for bacteria to multiply. Therefore, hairier sweaty regions are often stinkier than shaven sweaty regions.
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    Somebody told me there was even bacteria in my beloved yogurt!
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    you'll probably want to disinfect your intestinal tract too
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    Well some bacteria is good, and other bacteria is mainly stinky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post

    True fact: each hair increases the surface area available for bacteria to multiply. Therefore, hairier sweaty regions are often stinkier than shaven sweaty regions.
    This is why I epilady my pits weekly. Even a tiny bit of stubble makes me sweaty, but with smooth pits I hardly need deodorant. I can let my legs and bikini line grow into a tangled forest (leave me alone, it's winter and I'm single!) but the armpits are always bald.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeyotch View Post
    Well some bacteria is good, and other bacteria is mainly stinky.
    Like the kind that is used to make cheese?

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    That picture is fucking disgusting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Like the kind that is used to make cheese?
    That would fall under the veeeeery thin venn diagram overlap of both stinky and good.
    *waits for diagram*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clubber Lang View Post
    That picture is fucking disgusting.
    Jealous hater!
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    Reminds me I haven't had a shave since I moved away from the coast. Just couldnt be effed over winter. Do you think that blue dye would stain clothing if she sweats?
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    yes. Those bright coloured dyes get on everything. I still have stained towels and pillowcases from all the colours my daughter went through as a teen. I'm calling them tie-dyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleuth View Post
    Reminds me I haven't had a shave since I moved away from the coast. Just couldnt be effed over winter. Do you think that blue dye would stain clothing if she sweats?
    Mmmmm. Sno Cone... Damn it Sleuth, now I want one.
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