Why does Pubic Hair Get Everywhere
The Hairy Soap
Whether you find suspicious hairs welded into the bar of soap, stuck between your teeth or coating the bottom of the bath, I would like to know how pubic hair seems to get everywhere, and I mean, everywhere!
It has always frustrated the hell out of me that no matter how clean you think you are, the moment you go to have a wash you inevitably find at least one or two suspiciously short curly hairs firmly embedded in the soap. What is worse is that if you live in a family you are never certain who they belonged too originally, yet as the next person needing the soap you are the one who has to carefully extract them and dispose of them. I am guessing a large part of the problem is that after you finally get to have your wash, (having first scraped the soap free of it's furry coating), you seldom think to check to see if YOU have now left any behind, and so the cycle continues for the next visitor to the bathroom.
The bath is my next big issue, as I truly hate to have to rinse any bath before I get into it, yet I inevitably find at least half a dozen curly hairs spread around the bottom and sides of the bath. I suspect they are my Husband's, as I shave quite severely!
What is worse, is that if my Husband thoughtfully runs me a bath, he never rinses it properly first, so when I head for the bathroom, ready for a long hot soak, what do I see, you guessed, about three or four stray hairs doing breaststroke through the soapy water. I then spend ten minutes trying to "catch" the little critters so I can release them back into the wild, i.e. the toilet bowl followed by a good flush.
Hairs in the Bath
Hairs in Your Teeth or Throat
Now without being too explicit here, I have to say some of the most annoying hairs are the ones you get stuck either between your teeth or in your throat, (forgive the lack of a photo for this one, too gross by far)!
I am sure you can use your imagination as to how these get where they do, and it isn't pleasant. All men should also shave certain areas, and possibly women too for this very reason. Few things are worse than getting up after a nice hour or so in bed with your beloved, only to spend the next several hours gagging whilst you try to shift that annoying hair right at the back of your throat, or frantically picking at your teeth with a toothpick or delving around with a toothbrush trying to remove what I like to call, " the organic dental floss"
This my friends, is NOT pleasant!
Hair on the Toilet Seat
Another place I simply detest finding escaped hairs is on the toilet seat, especially in public toilets. I really find the idea of plucking off a sheet of toilet paper simply to remove the offending renegade hair really distasteful, yet unavoidable as I refuse to sit anywhere near the seat otherwise. Please please please check the seat before you leave, and have the common courtesy to wipe it clean of hair if you are moulting.
Hairs on the Toilet Seat
Hairs in the Fridge!
I had the misfortune on one occasion to even find a pubic hair under the drawers in the bottom of a fridge. Now I don't even want to contemplate just how it got there, but it really grossed me right out. I am now scared of what may lurk in kitchen fridges I don't get to go near, such as restaurants and friends houses. Sadly no photo is available for this one.
I Could Go On....
Yes, there are many places these mutant hairs may be found lurking, in the bed, in your saucepans, on your face flannel, (God only knows how they get there) and even in your carpets and within your rugs, (especially sheepskin rugs, I KNOW how they get there). So all I ask is please be more careful, for the sake of your family, friends or anyone who shares the same toilet, bath, soap or household as you, please check to see what fuzzy little bundles you may well have left behind for others to find.