If this blog were a book, you'd read it on the toilet.
Deep-fried in beer batter, of course.
But really, only when he's clearin brush down on the ranch...
I don't like the word "pubes" either, I've found; especially with 'em being deep fried (thankee, WriteP, for putting that in my head).Interestingly enough, "Pubes" was the name of a tribe of folks in Stephen King's Dark Tower series:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lud_(city)#Pubes(I LOVE Wiki-- is there anything that site DOESN'T document??)
with the movement towards pubic shaving (or at least trimming) over the last few years, this sign is particularly gross. Actually, you could do a LOT with this post, now that I think of it. For example, inspired by Ghost's love of Wiki, I found the technical term for the removal of body hair: glabrousness. I didn't know we HAD such a word in English, other than perhaps "smoothie", which is a term that I've heard various social nudists use to refer to folks who shave off their hair. Of course, that makes the drink company, "Planet Smoothie" take on a whole NEW context...OK, I'm stopping while ahead-- I'm SURE you can find some interesting direction to take this off into... Off into the thicket, as it were...
Oh, my goodness-- this is SOOO educational!! I just discovered the merkin: a type of "wig" worn over the shaved naughty bits area... Although, originally it was worn by prostitutes to prevent lice and cover signs of STD's...Great scott, you could start a whole NEW blog about this stuff!!
and i thought Laura was a doyenne of the razor!
My gay friends love the "I don't like Bush." bumper stickers/signs/pins.
Where's the T-shirt???
So it wasn't just one of your typical "pubes" Google searches, you were doing this for your blog?I need to try that excuse sometime.
What word do you use instead of pubes?The Carpet?Lady/Man Grass?I am curious...
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