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Old 05-03-06, 06:10 AM   #1
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Fire Drill Madness.

Four people asked me why I shave my legs when we were standing outside.

Four!

It's like, c'mon, why wouldn't you shave you legs?
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Old 05-03-06, 06:37 AM   #2
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Sweet, two periods in a row!
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I think it should be a requirement for ALL men to shave thier legs..( just to make my day )
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I think it should be a requirement for ALL men to shave thier legs..( just to make my day )
That would be nice.

But then I wouldn't be unique!

No, we can't do that.
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hate to break it to ya, but... you're not the only men that shaves.
But sure.. you're still unique in your own ways kinda way
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hate to break it to ya, but... you're not the only men that shaves.
But sure.. you're still unique in your own ways kinda way
d00d, there are two guys in this school who shave their legs.

Me, and some Metro-sexual guy.
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dood.. Im surrounded everyday with road riders and racer.. none of them have a hair on thier legs.. again.. not out of the ordinary ya sexy thing
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dood.. Im surrounded everyday with road riders and racer.. none of them have a hair on thier legs.. again.. not out of the ordinary ya sexy thing
Yeah but they've had thier hair for awhile.

I just got mine 7 years ago, and it's already gone.

So, you think I'm secksey?
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Fire drills are always home to weird comments like that. The amount of stuff I heard while doing a fire drill in the middle of the evening because some ass bandit thought it would be fun to pull the fir alarm at 2am in the morning in January/February in Chicago
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How often do you shave your legs? Is it for aerodynamics or to show off your calves? Do you shave your armsm to show them off? What about the pits? The jewels? Nipples? Ass crack? Just where do you stop once you start? Inquiring minds want to know...
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I don't shave so......
You can go enquire somewhere else
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I shave my face about once or twice a week if i remember to do it the night before as I shower in the morning and shower + shave or shaving + putting on bike helmet == bad rash.
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How often do you shave your legs? Is it for aerodynamics or to show off your calves? Do you shave your armsm to show them off? What about the pits? The jewels? Nipples? Ass crack? Just where do you stop once you start? Inquiring minds want to know...
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. I don't. Now you know.
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Cripe. How often? Sounds like too much work. I haven't even shaven my face since Saturday night...
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Cripe. How often? Sounds like too much work. I haven't even shaven my face since Saturday night...
Not more than four times in a 24 hour period.

Or else, I'll have to consult my doctor.
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Oh. Well that's not too bad, afterall.

Does the doctor specialize in shaving or is he/she/it a general practitioner?
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Oh. Well that's not too bad, afterall.

Does the doctor specialize in shaving or is he/she/it a general practitioner?
He's a proctologist.

He gives me a two for one deal when I go in for a shave.
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Do proctologists use a special razor? Does he use warm shaving cream? Does he check for polyps? Do he cuddle when he's done?
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Yes, it's made of 6AI/4V Titanium, and it's radically curved.

Yes, hot actually, to soften the hair.

Yes, once a month.

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I think some people are pushing the limits just a TAD TOOO FAR
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I think some people are pushing the limits just a TAD TOOO FAR
How else am I supposed to learn this stuff?

But, yeah, I agree. 4 times a day is a little freaky.
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How else am I supposed to learn this stuff?

But, yeah, I agree. 4 times a day is a little freaky.
Nah, it's actually more like once every day.

Still, that's a lot, right?
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Once a week is required. Twice a week is okay. Every day. wow. that's like .
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