Should a man shave his best friend?

United States
October 11, 2007 8:52am CST
Heh. I imagine several of you are considering exactly what I mean by this. lol. Obviously to anyone who knows me, I was actually referring to the man's nether regions. ladies your views are especially called on here. Should a man shave the wild willy. Is it as preferred in a relationship for a man to do this, as it is for the woman? I'm curious because I tend to whack the weeds away on occasion simply because I look like a rainforest after a while if I don't. I swear there's like spider monkeys hiding down there at times. I only do this like maybe once a year though. Kind of like either spring cleaning or a new year's resolution or some such. heh. Sure, it itches, but it seems right to clean house on occasion and let the woodlands regrow in time.. teehee
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@kiobug (2250)
• United States
12 Oct 07
Leave it alone.
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• United States
12 Oct 07
Good to see an opposing view. lol
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@kiobug (2250)
• United States
12 Oct 07
I think its manly.
@kiobug (2250)
• United States
12 Oct 07
I dont like it being shaved. My boyfriend did once and its just itchy and not as attractive to me for some reason. Once in awhile he cleans it up a little bit but its a very little clean up.
@ailema4ever (2675)
• Finland
11 Oct 07
Hmmm...actually when my hubby shaved his best friend (not entirely, just trimmed it neatly), I found it to be too tickling for me ('coz I shaved my best friend entirely clean). Plus I found out that during love-making, his best friend actually helped tickle me down there, so it was a nice feeling! ;-D
• United States
11 Oct 07
Yeah, that's also why some guys don't shave for a day or two before kissing their girlfriend's 'best friend' (heh, lol.) The stubble makes them very.. um.. happy.
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• Finland
11 Oct 07
Hey, silvernutbar...INTERESTING info he he he he hehhhhhh... ;-D Don't we all love our best friends? HE HE HE...
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• United States
11 Oct 07
Why yes, we do love our best friends! I love mine as often as I can. :)
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@badkat83 (1621)
• United States
12 Oct 07
absolutely....if women can do it - why not the man. whatever floats your boat.
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• United States
12 Oct 07
Thanks for the input. always nice to run across someone who is all for folks doing what makes their boats float. ehehe
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@Amberina (1541)
• United States
12 Oct 07
Shave it! LOL. -Amber
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• United States
12 Oct 07
Yes ma'am!
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@peanutjar (5211)
• Canada
11 Oct 07
I dont like the clean shave look,hehe,i like some kind of blankie there.Just enough to show that there is some other wise i get chaffed and find it looks to much like a boy thing.Use small trimming scissors and go about 1/4 inch from the skin,this is very nice.I dont get rid of "my"blankie,just a short nice feminine trim and the side rails also,hahahahaha!!;)
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• United States
11 Oct 07
Always nice to know operating procedure. Good job on hitting the side rails, I hear some folks tend to miss those. hehe
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@wiccania (3360)
• United States
11 Oct 07
I'm all for occasional trimming myself, but I'm really not into the totally shaved look. I like it nicely trimmed, like with a beard trimmer or something (hopefully reserved strictly for that purpose...). I do think that any guy who insists that his girlfriends be totally shaved should have to take a razor into the bathroom and take care of himself at least once -- just to understand why she might not want to.
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@Nykkee (2523)
• Canada
11 Oct 07
Ok. I will anser this question for you. The answer is yes. Use an electric trimmer likw you would to trim the hair on your head or face and it won't itch. If you don't keep it under control it will get puched inside your girlfriend when you make love to her and it will cause chaffing.
• United States
11 Oct 07
Yeah, i'd probably do that actually if not for my yearly spring cleaning. It gets the smooth as a baby's bottom treatment. lol. Sure it itches for a day or two, but the plus factor is that the lil fella thinks he's bigger when he looks in the mirror. Ya know, instead of baby gerbils laughing derisively when he waggles by.
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