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    BashfulBabe [sign in to see picture]
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    Tigerlilies wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Fancy sharing how much you've shelled out TL?

    That's the big stick for most of us!

    A fair amount but nothing jaw dropping. It's certainly something I saved for but then, it brings you to a point where you never spend money on beauty appointment, wax kits, razors....etc

    Something to ask Santa for. Or trade in several Lelo products for.

    Aye, I'd love to get it, and it does seem like over a lifetime it's the cheaper option, it's just having the next five eyars of razor-budget in my hands right now.

    Adding it to my "when I'm rich" list. :)

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    It must be worth it in the long run to have it lasered off - imagine no shaving ever again!

    I find that exfoliating is good and shaving more regularly as well. Still a pain though.

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    telemachus wrote:

    It must be worth it in the long run to have it lasered off - imagine no shaving ever again!

    I find that exfoliating is good and shaving more regularly as well. Still a pain though.

    I wonder what the age is where it isn't worth it? 72?

    Oooo sorry love, you won't be alive long enough make this venture worthwhile..

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    Although after a certain age you might be taking your life in your hands trying to contort into those kind of shapes, so if balanced against potential medical costs, it could still work out!

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    I'm afraid to google this myself...

    But do older people go bald there? If you lose it from your head what about pubes?

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    WandA wrote:

    I'm afraid to google this myself...

    But do older people go bald there? If you lose it from your head what about pubes?

    LMAO.... that is a very good question, but one that I'm not sure i want to know the answer to.

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    Dunno, you often see baldy men with beards, and beardy-fuzz is closer to crotch-fuzz isn't it?

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    BashfulBabe wrote:

    Dunno, you often see baldy men with beards, and beardy-fuzz is closer to crotch-fuzz isn't it?

    Ooooo good point!

    Damn... this investigation just got harder....

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    I can't imagine caring about such things at 72. I would imagine that when you don't have your own teeth, your pubes are the last of your concerns :D

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    telemachus wrote:

    I can't imagine caring about such things at 72. I would imagine that when you don't have your own teeth, your pubes are the last of your concerns :D

    Maybe go Ray Mears and fashion a pair of teeth from pubes and some tree resin... can't do if you lost both.

    See, this is a very pressing question.

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