Selfies have become a staple of social media feeds all over the world. There are selfies involving mirrors, shirtless selfies, and even dangerous selfies taken in hard-to-reach locations. Whether you take these photos and share them, or you're in the silent majority who tolerate the practice, one thing is certain: the selfie is here to stay.
This morning I noticed in the mirror tufts of hair sprouting out of my ear, like demonic stamenish cauliflower. Several little bastards, in a clump, and as my hair is blonde sans beard I never noticed them. With prejudice did I rip the geriatric follicles out, bemoaning my genes, Republicans, Democrats, the feudal system, the metric system, communism, high fructose corn syrup, popped collars, humidity, Corporate America, and plumbers' crack because if you zero in on just the crack, it's hard to tell if it's a guy or girl.
Just something that I've been wondering. As I get older, like the saying, I get hair in places I don't want and I start losing hair in places that I want it. One of the places that I don't want hair is my nose.
For most of us, sharing sexual fantasies is something you only do with a partner you really trust. But what if your deepest, darkest desire is really weird? Are you alone if you get turned on by something kinda strange?
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It appears in fiction, too — Quasimodo loved nothing better than to caress and talk to the bells of Notre Dame. Our next two fetishes are two sides of the same coin, or perhaps two jaws of the same face: odaxelagnia is a fetish for being bitten or biting others. Our dentist almost seems gentle by comparison.
Head-hair arousal may come from seeing or touching very long or short hair, wet hair, certain colors of hair or a particular hairstyle. Pubephilia is sexual arousal at the sight or feel of pubic hair. Haircut fetishism is a related paraphilia in which a person is aroused by having their head hair cut or shaved, by cutting the hair of another, by watching someone get a haircut, or by seeing someone with a shaved head or very short hair.
Move over, pimple popping videos, because there's a new sheriff in town, and that sheriff is the ingrown hair. The latest gross video obsession is a new ingrown hair-focused Instagram account, and if you're wondering if it's going to surprise you, let me spare you the confusion: It won't. It's literally just videos of tweezing ingrown hairs, which is why it's so baffling as to why it's impossible to look away from the Tweezist Instagram account. Look, humans like gross things.