I'm one of the lucky ones ... I found out a crucial piece of information when I was in my early twenties. Some of you are far less fortunate and it is for you that I dedicate this entry. Here's how I learned my lesson and, hopefully, you learn yours ...
When I was single (and carefree), I decided to take a vacation and visit one of the Club Med's in the Caribbean. For those of you that are unfamiliar with what a Club Med is (or was, as I'm not sure they even exist now), it was a place singles could go on vacation by themselves to be with other singles and enjoy beautiful locations. Basically ... it was like summer camp for adults. One of the great byproducts of taking a week long vacation to a Club Med was that you knew that most of the women there were single and wanting to "have a good time". It was a very easy place to meet members of the opposite sex and , well, get to know them better. Most of this happened at night when the music was blasting and the alcohol was flowing.
One afternoon, after a long night of partying, I was in the ocean hanging out with one of the hottest girls I had ever met. While splashing around, the conversation turned to what she looks for in a guy and what she finds attractive about them. HIGH on her list was whether the guy takes the time to "groom" his personal areas ... or said another way...his pubic hair. Just as she said this, she asked me if I did ... and being a clueless 20 something year old, I reacted the way you may be reacting now.... by saying "Why would I do that???". She then grabbed my swim trunks and pulled them down a little to expose the area in question. She then stated ..."And you think women find thatmound of hair attractive?"
After getting over my initial shock of her forwardness (but loving every minute of it) ... I gave it some thought and realized that since I did like it when a girl manicures her private parts ...why wouldn't a girl feel the same way about mine??? I was sold and as soon as I got back home, I invested $20 in a hair trimmer, placed the #3 guard on it, and went to town. I will tell you that it was one of the best investments in personal grooming I had ever made. Thank you Club Med!
Without exposing anymore details about how I became aware of this very seldom discussed topic, please note that I am not saying you have to shave your entire body to get the desired results ... just trim these areas a bit so they look "tidy". You'll thank me and so will she.
PS- I just saved you over $2000 since you won't need to fly to Club Med to become enlightened on the this tip that will bring life-long benefits.
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