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Hairy Men

The current trend in fashion is to be hairless and do do whatever necessary to remove hair from your body. 
I am proud of my hair! Be proud if your hairy body too.

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Shave or Manscape to please a partner?

Started by Gary J. Last reply by Ricky Jul 22. 11 Replies

From the May 21 Dear Abby column:A Hairy IssueDEAR ABBY: I am 26 and have been dating this guy I really like for three months. He is great.My biggest setback is his body hair. He honestly has more…Continue

Hairy arse issues

Started by Chip. Last reply by John Jun 21. 10 Replies

Anyone have 'em?  My biggest is keeping everything clean after sitting a spell at the toilet.When I lived in Turkey, I had a built in bidet in my toilet. Most toilets there have 'em because they…Continue

alternative lifestyle

Started by Ian Wilson. Last reply by John Jun 21. 28 Replies

ok... so a question for the hairy men here....anyone tried life on the "other side"?i'm very hairy, all over, hair in places i didn't think could have hair.  several summers ago, i tried life as a…Continue

I was (almost) the only hairy man in Mexico

Started by Kevin. Last reply by Rick Stevens Jun 2. 9 Replies

So my wife and I just spent 5 days at a resort on the east coast of Mexico.  I got to go shirtless almost the entire time (with the exception of going out to dinner and that sort of thing)  The place…Continue

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Comment by Andrew on July 9, 2014 at 8:14pm
A probably, then leave before he eats me
Comment by George Henry Robbins III on July 9, 2014 at 8:04pm

C.

Comment by Chad on July 9, 2014 at 7:59pm
Ok, change in conversation...
You run in to Bigfoot on a walk through the woods, do you...
A. Complement his beard
B. Pretend to be his long lost cousin, twice removed
C. Compare hairiest body parts
D. Mess with him then steal his beef jerky
Comment by George Henry Robbins III on July 9, 2014 at 4:55pm

Thanks Will.

Comment by Will on July 8, 2014 at 6:40pm

Thread creep is what happens on Internet.  You can wish it didn't happen, but you can't control it.

Comment by George Henry Robbins III on July 8, 2014 at 6:29pm

Wrestling is another venue for a man to expose his chest hair. Had I known the topic was offensive I would never have posted. Will not happen again. Sorry you couldn't scroll past it, or if  I took 20 seconds out of your day that it probably took for you to read the message. 

Comment by Rick Stevens on July 8, 2014 at 5:55pm

Mine is my pubes, forearms and butt. Although, I have moderate coverage on my legs, chest and stomach as well. I always admired guys with the "trail". My stomach is just hairy with no defined trail. Did any of you ever admire Tom Selleck's chest hair?  I wanted to be like him when I grew up. It was the epitome of masculinity to have a rug that thick.

Comment by Earl Foote on July 8, 2014 at 5:43pm

Thanks, Tim, let's get back to talking about body hair.  Here's a question for the group:  what is the hairiest part of your body?  For me, it would be either ass or pubes.

Comment by Tim Dienes on July 8, 2014 at 5:31pm

I don't mean to be a pain, but this is the Hairy Men group. Please post off topic posts in the group where they belong, such as Wrestling. Thanks.

Comment by Tyler Jacobs on July 7, 2014 at 5:17pm

Awesome! Thanks George!!

 

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