by chanroth 5 years ago
What is your first impression to those (women) who does NOT shave their leg?There are an existence of "women" who doesn't shave their leg. What would be your first judgement/impression? Are you disgusted? Do you assume that their personal hygiene are bad?
by creator of wonder 4 years ago
How often should a man shave?One of my friend's father told him that a shaving too often would make you have bad skin, he said once every other day.
by Jacob J Morris 4 years ago
Hubbers, I am struggling with duplicate content and need your advice. Sorry for the length, just really frustrated, and need some advice.All my articles are original. I've been blogging for years. I have my own blog, have done well with, and decided I'd like to migrate my content to HubPages (I...
by ngureco 5 years ago
Jesus Had Lots Of Beard. Should It Be Considered A Sin For A Man To Shave His Beard?
by dashingscorpio 5 years ago
Emotional Baggage: Do you acknowledge your own or just tell others about theirs?These days everyone seems to play "couch therapist". This is especially true in troubled relationships. I believe real change comes from within when an individual is unhappy with (their) life. Have you ever...
by Ana Maria Orantes 4 years ago
Do you like waxing or shaving.?What do you think is best for your skin.? Shave is safe , and waxing is safe too. What do you use , and what do you like about this two services.?
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