A Very Hairy Experience. June 23, 2017 June 23, 2017. I’ve been wanting to write about my hair and I haven’t. It’s not because it’s too soon or too sensitive of a topic. Also, hair is just a really weird topic to discuss in my opinion. Originally, I was going to write about the …
Aishwarya Rai and a 'hairy' experience. the gorgeous aishwarya has been shooting at film city for devdas for a while now and those lucky few who managed to grab a glimpse of her there, claimed she ...Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins
Give actor Robert Pattinson a few hours. He's gonna need at least that long to get his hair under control.
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A Hairy Experience The Manuscripts & Folklife Archives unit of Library Special Collections has acquired an unusual 1842 petition signed by 17 Harrison County citizens attesting to an unusual growth of hair on thumb and fingers of fourteen-year-old Penelope Stout and confirming that they knew the character of Penelope’s family.
hairy. Hairy, as slang for unpleasant or rough, seems to be of Army origin, from about 1935, when a hairy patrol was an unpleasant one that met with resistance. Its origin is unknown, but the word may have something to do with to make one's hair stand on end and "scary."
A Hairy Experience Ah, those wacky Metrosexuals! Not content to get facials and pedicures like the ladies, unhappily hirsute fellas now have a new frontier to exfoliate.
A Hairy Experience..Waxing My eyes are swollen and puffy, not a normal reaction to waxing eyebrows but it happened. A good eye waxing gives eyebrows a great arch and something I …Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins
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I'm no shave slave. But then I don't need to get into a lather over this task because I'm one of the few men in his thirties who has the facial hair growth of a year-old. If you see me with a shaving nick it's probably more by design than accident. For me a five o'clock shadow is a shady character who tags along as the sun sets. Still, I do have to trim the occasional chin whisker and can pass judgement on this sacred bastion of male identity known as the shave. So let's start with the lowliest of shavers - the cheap plastic ones we use, abuse, then throw away: the disposable. Disposable shavers are made for pain enthusiasts. You only really appreciate a shaver with grip on the handle when you use a disposable one that doesn't, and make a painful slip. Still, they say women find scars attractive. If scarface isn't a nickname you aspire to then you may be ready to take the next evolutionary step in shaving technology. To ensure I've got the hype set at overkill, let me use the vernacular of shaving manufacturers and meekly describe this shaver by saying that at long last the quantum leap in shaving technology has been made. This shaver will give you an obscenely close, scintillatingly smooth, intense shave. Yes, I'm talking about the arrival of the four-bladed disposable razor. Most guys would not be surprised by this development as every year a revolutionary new razor is put on the market with the only difference being that it has an extra blade. In a decade I imagine we'll all be shaving with bladed wonder shavers that look like miniature metallic venetian blinds. To be frank, I find the marketing and advertising used for shavers embarrassing in their childish attempts to appeal to men's fragile concept of masculinity. The fancy packaging and futuristic design of the shavers mounted on their shiny chrome and plastic podiums are often similar to that of a kid's action toy. To match the design, these shavers come with macho little names. You half expect them to have a gear stick and windscreen wipers instead of a lubricating strip. Other shavers delight in using the imagery of swords and blades inevitably the world's finest cryogenically tempered steel as if they will be used as a weapon of war instead of a tool to remove dull old facial stubble. Inevitable also is the fact that any guy in a shaving commercial has to be standing in a skimpy white towel with tanned, rock-hard abdominals flexed as he grins inanely at himself and shaves his ultra handsome face. Call it sour grapes but I'm desperate to see that guy slip. Shaving does have its downside as well. Though it's rarely mentioned, men have to pass a pain test each morning, a masculine rite of passage known as after-shave hell. How best to describe it other than to says this agonising moment leaves one with the impression they've splashed battery acid on their face instead of Old Spice. Maybe a better option is to grow a beard - it should take me only 10 years. Readers are invited to apply wit to anything that makes the blood boil. Send words to heckler smh. Submissions may be edited and published on the internet. A hairy experience. Please try again later. The Sydney Morning Herald. April 19, — Save Log in , register or subscribe to save articles for later. Normal text size Larger text size Very large text size. License this article.