The same question, posted again, and again, and again....

The same question, posted again, and again, and again....

Post by JP » Wed, 28 Mar 2001 09:46:58


Shaved my legs last season, but stopped when I took a winter break  The
question - shave or wax?  Any really hairy guys have their legs waxed?
Is it really as painful as everyone says?

Thanks.

JP

 
 
 

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Post by Laurie Quin » Wed, 28 Mar 2001 11:32:14

Take Ibuprofin a half hour before waxing, you will survive...
Quote:

> Shaved my legs last season, but stopped when I took a winter break  The
> question - shave or wax?  Any really hairy guys have their legs waxed?
> Is it really as painful as everyone says?

> Thanks.

> JP


 
 
 

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Post by Noel Ru » Wed, 28 Mar 2001 12:15:59

Try an epilator!!

I recently bought a Bruan epilator and will never go back to a razor. Its a
bit sore the first time but once you get used to it you will never change to
anything else.

Good luck

Noel

Quote:

>Shaved my legs last season, but stopped when I took a winter break  The
>question - shave or wax?  Any really hairy guys have their legs waxed?
>Is it really as painful as everyone says?

>Thanks.

>JP


 
 
 

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Post by Brian Wagne » Wed, 28 Mar 2001 22:53:13

Quote:

> Shaved my legs last season, but stopped when I took a winter break  The
> question - shave or wax?  Any really hairy guys have their legs waxed?
> Is it really as painful as everyone says?

Most anxieties in life can be set aside with an ounce or two of logic.
Millions of women get it done all the time, and you aren't reading
headlines about widespread painkiller ***ion brough on by waxing,
right?   If it was unbearable, would there still be an industry to
support it?  Does it hurt?  Sure.  So do tetanus shots and stubbed toes.
No pain, no gain - no benefit without some cost, no free lunches. Will
it kill you?  Apparently not.  If you're going to wring your hands over
the prospect of the pain, how do you expect a written description from a
stranger to convey an adequate sense of it to assuage your
apprehensions?  The only way to find out is to try it.  You'll live, and
if you find it too unpleasant, you'll come away having learned something
and can resolve not to do it again.  Get to it.

Brian "if anyone else wants to know if it hurts, just listen for JP's
scream" Wagner

 
 
 

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Post by Michele Simar » Wed, 28 Mar 2001 23:58:27

You could always get one of the new epilady things. The new ones really
only hurt the first time, after that they are just slightly
uncomfortable. but, they are not as messy as waxing and you can do it
sitting in front of the tv.
Quote:


> > Shaved my legs last season, but stopped when I took a winter break  The
> > question - shave or wax?  Any really hairy guys have their legs waxed?
> > Is it really as painful as everyone says?

> Most anxieties in life can be set aside with an ounce or two of logic.
> Millions of women get it done all the time, and you aren't reading
> headlines about widespread painkiller ***ion brough on by waxing,
> right?   If it was unbearable, would there still be an industry to
> support it?  Does it hurt?  Sure.  So do tetanus shots and stubbed toes.
> No pain, no gain - no benefit without some cost, no free lunches. Will
> it kill you?  Apparently not.  If you're going to wring your hands over
> the prospect of the pain, how do you expect a written description from a
> stranger to convey an adequate sense of it to assuage your
> apprehensions?  The only way to find out is to try it.  You'll live, and
> if you find it too unpleasant, you'll come away having learned something
> and can resolve not to do it again.  Get to it.

> Brian "if anyone else wants to know if it hurts, just listen for JP's
> scream" Wagner

 
 
 

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Post by Brian Wagne » Thu, 29 Mar 2001 00:29:14

Quote:

> The new ones really
> only hurt the first time, after that they are just slightly
> uncomfortable. but, they are not as messy as waxing and you can do it
> sitting in front of the tv.

Sounds like a line guys used in high school to get girls to put out.