Posted by: Gregoryno6 | August 25, 2012

Bob Belvedere gets right to the roots of the matter.

The Camp Of The Saints

From Dr. Emily Gibson, we learn [tip of the fedora to Kristie Lau of The London Daily (Unshaved) Mail][emphasis mine]:

I must have missed the declaration of war on pubic hair.  [BOB: Not me — I’ve been in the thick of it for many years!]

It must have happened sometime in the last decade because the amount of time, energy, money and emotion both genders spend on abolishing every hair from their genitals is astronomical. The genital hair removal industry, including medical professionals who advertise their specialty services to those seeking the “clean and bare” look, is exponentially growing.

It is a sadly misconceived war. Long ago surgeons figured out that shaving a body part prior to surgery actually increased rather than decreased surgical site infections. No matter what expensive and complex weapons are used—razor blades, electric shavers, tweezers, waxing, depilatories, electrolysis—hair, like crab grass, always grows back and…

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  1. I can see the forest through the trees, don’t ya know.

    [Thanks.]

    • You’re a man who knows how to…

  2. Males would undoubtedly have the “coccus”. Like wise the female would have the NON-“coccus” type, am I correct?

    • I’ll let Bob answer that one…

  3. Greg

    I am positively sure that you would rather not have me commenting on this Post: nobody wants obscenities in comments and I am sure you will agree but it is the only way I could address the matter so I will choose to keep my mouth shut.

    • Here’s a trick I learnt years ago when I knew obscenities were going to spill from my fingertips no matter how hard I tried. Ike, just LET THEM OUT.
      You’d be surprised how many of my letters to this or that personage opened with ‘Listen up you braindead motherf…..er.’ I used as many rude words as I wanted, then I walked away for ten or fifteen minutes. When I came back, I read the letter through again, had a laugh, and then excised the bad language.
      Holding it in just doesn’t work. Let it out, and let it go.

    • Come on Ike!

      it becomes a happy culture media for some of the nastiest of bacterial pathogens, namely group A streptococcus, staphylococcus..

      I did rude and crude, nicely, but as Gregory stated: Holding it in just doesn’t work. Let it out, and let it go.


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