Since the dawn of metrosexuality and the entrance of manscaping as a legitimate term in our language, this moment has been inevitable. Guys getting waxed "down there" has finally become a trend, and business is booming as men discover the joys of having hot wax swabbed all over your genitals and the subsequent rush of…
In the past few weeks I've seen two advice columns exhort men to manscaping. Granted, this "advice" came from Cosmo and Ashley Dupre, respectively. But the rationale seemed problematic.
The Daily Fail knows why England's World Cup hopes were crushed yesterday when it lost 4-1 to Germany: forward Wayne Rooney waxed his chest before the game.
Manscaping has become a serious industry, bringing in over $10 million annually thanks to special back-shavers and man-friendly wax kits. If you've ever been with a guy who's wearing a sweater even when he's not wearing a sweater, rejoice. [NYT]
The grossest thing about The Onion's "20,000 Tons Of Pubic Hair Trimmed In Preparation For Valentine's Day" is its use of the word "manscaping" without quotes. Is this just common parlance now? What's next, manties? [Onion]
I never get that offended by guys who have pube preferences for the women they date - unless they are militant about bald vaginas - because I understand the dislike of a mouthful of long, coarse hair. And that's why I recently told my man that he needed to do something about that giant, overgrown mass between his legs…