Feb 11, 2011
(via Uber Chic for Cheap)
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Category: z - Arts & Culture
Got one for Uni Brows…?
It’s a short one: Have a unibrow? Yes –> Fix it.
Very clever I must say. LOL and shared this with my friends
So…are you a regular reader of Uber Chic for Cheap?
Aaaah… I’ve been found out!
I’m not a very high maintenance man, but there is one thing my girl is sure to do to make me a happy man. and with that, I give you my version of this chart:
(incase it doesn’t show: http://cl.ly/0D193G192d1w0H1H1D1U)
I don’t care what my man thinks of it; I hate the feeling of unshaved legs, therefore I like your flowchart, Braden.
I literally laughed out loud at this and then showed it to my female co-workers. We all had a good laugh and as one co-worker said, “ohh…that reminds me, I got to shave before this weekend (V-Day weekend).”
So thanks for the laugh and for the reminder for some of us. :)
It’s missing two very important question:
Are you dating/with someone? –> No — > Let it grow!
If Yes –> Is he likely to see or touch your legs? –> No –> You can get away without a shave (unless your guess isn’t accurate).
If Yes –> Better shave AND apply lotion.
Ladies? This is a chart for all of us.
I suppose so.
Love this! I feel like I’m sending or reposting your URL to someone a few times a week and maybe I should get a commission. Thoughts?
I was gonna say that all lines should lead to “YES!”. Then I say Branden’s chart. Well done.
I’ve always thought this line of thinking is bizarre. Im married– so I shave 7x/week. For him. Enough said.
I would add one at the end…”Do you have $500 to throw into the trash?” If the answer is yes, add “Get your legs lasered.”
glad to know i’m not the only woman that doesn’t shave all the time. :) one of the perks of being single. ;)
Speaking as a cat (okay, I’m not really a cat, but I have strong feline tendencies), I feel that females should have furry legs. It reassures me that they don’t have mange.
im a cat too
I don’t see the point of shaving. I think women do it because of peer/social pressure, because it sure didn’t happen 100 years ago! We are meant to look like grown ups, adults, not children.
@Kathleen forms of hair removal have been around for much longer than a hundred years. It is usually begun at the time of puberty or marriage for a variety of religious, cultural and/or sanitary reasons and not always just by women.
I agree with the sanitary remark! I am in a long term relationship, I DO shave of course, but not for him. If I want to remain hairy then he has to deal with it! I am quite stubbly at the moment as I was FAR too hungover to deal with the problem yesterday, and am yet to have my morning shower today :P
That being said, I just don’t feel clean if I stay hairy for too long.. I like the feeling of being smooth, even though I wear long trousers more often than not, so I guess I do it for myself. I actually believe that MEN should shave too! I cannot stand bodily hair on anyone – even men.
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