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  • caycos,

    All I have to add is that this newly-released Amanda Palmer song is... appropriate

    http://music.amandapalmer.net/track/map-of-tasmania-feat-the-young-punx

    Wellington • Since Jan 2009 • 28 posts Report Reply

  • Ian Dalziel,

    going bush and razing a smile...
    handy hints for the waning waxer
    and other Madam Tush aids...
    offering some delightful razor light
    on the gathering merkin...

    may you get happily half cut over the holidays
    ;- )

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 4555 posts Report Reply

  • Jackie Clark,

    Oh, Sally - I love it. I'm not a gardener, in any sense.

    Mt Eden, Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 3121 posts Report Reply

  • Whoops,

    Error code; 405

    I'm sorry, you have entered www.pubicaddress.net... did you mean www.publicaddress.net?

    here • Since Apr 2007 • 103 posts Report Reply

  • Whoops,

    Oh, clever me. I seem to have made a joke that was only pre-empted by the title of the post...

    As you were.


    /hangs head in shame./

    here • Since Apr 2007 • 103 posts Report Reply

  • Bart Janssen,

    one’s lady garden

    And my beloved doesn't understand why I wouldn't go to the chinese restaurant down the street called "Granny Garden".

    It may well have been quite good, and I'm sure it doesn't mean quite the same thing in chinese before they used alta vista to translate, but I'm sorry I'm just not going to go there for dinner.

    Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 3215 posts Report Reply

  • Geoff Lealand,

    Did you mean to write 'Stewart Island'. We are heading there for New Year and I do hope it is this exciting!

    Screen & Media Studies, U… • Since Oct 2007 • 2265 posts Report Reply

  • linger,

    Going all the way down south, then!
    This has appeared on Pubic Address before, but:

    Tokyo • Since Apr 2007 • 852 posts Report Reply

  • Ross Mason,

    Thank you Sally, Even with four females in the house I have never had the opportunity to discuss this ...... However, a quick search reveals that it is a fruitful topic.

    Here we are discussing trimming the lawn and lo, I have found that one can get a wig. The Merkin mentioned above by Dalziel is such a decoration. Heh. I wonder what it is supposed to do? Hide or accentuate?

    Aviation Blonde was a good one. With connection to ..umm...flight recorders. That is, the top of the head is blonde but the nether regions ain't.

    Of course looking after your one and only beaver made advertising hay.

    Curlies. As in short and....

    That will do for tonight.

    Upper Hutt • Since Jun 2007 • 1479 posts Report Reply

  • sally jones, in reply to Ian Dalziel,

    Okay, finally off road/water and with access to a computer (that's my excuse). This was posted at the last minute before we took off down south, taking some very woolly sheep with us across the Strait, as it happens. Caught the 2.25am ferry which must be the crossing set aside for the woolly. I was in good company.

    I'm not a gardener, in any sense.

    You grow girl!

    I have found that one can get a wig

    A wax and a wig? Where and why and WHAAAT?

    may you get happily half cut over the holidays

    ;- )
    Clever as ever, and I will be sure to, with you in mind :)

    Cheers guys

    Auckland • Since Sep 2010 • 179 posts Report Reply

  • sally jones,

    Okay, in my haste to get off Southerly's computer (that's not a metaphor), I forgot to wish you all a very merry Christmas. Consider yourselves warmly wished. And a big thanks to those who've bothered to read and respond with such intelligence and humour to my silly-sally posts. It's been a whole lot of fun :)

    Auckland • Since Sep 2010 • 179 posts Report Reply

  • BenWilson,

    At least most women aren't faced with the conundrum of shaving 'down there' simply making a bald patch on their body. I mean shaving my pubes would look rather odd amidst an otherwise generally quite hairy body.

    Auckland • Since Nov 2006 • 8305 posts Report Reply

  • Isabel Hitchings, in reply to BenWilson,

    At least most women aren't faced with the conundrum of shaving 'down there' simply making a bald patch on their body. I mean shaving my pubes would look rather odd amidst an otherwise generally quite hairy body.

    Although there is a spot about half way up the back of my thigh which is hard to reach and easy to miss thus leaving me with a fairly ridiculous stripe if I don't take care.

    Christchurch • Since Jul 2007 • 702 posts Report Reply

  • sally jones, in reply to BenWilson,

    Although there is a spot about half way up the back of my thigh

    Yes Isabel, at last I feel I have the strength to discuss thigh hair with you. Hope you haven't lost the will...I'd quite understand if you had.

    I'm not that familiar with the pubic blind spot you speak of but, I was recently introduced to the challenge - and sad necessity (I lap) - of shaving the backs of my thighs. So I relate. It did seem like some kind of final indignity, even worse than the V. But not so hard if you keep on top of it, easier said than done with everything else in the day.
    Do you use mirrors?

    At least most women aren't faced with the conundrum of shaving 'down there'

    I don't know about most but I think quite a few are. These things are notoriously hard to measure. But I take your point. I believe there is a popular 'grooming' option for men that is pretty brutal sounding (Bk, Crk and Sk). Indeed it does seem to be the case that one thing leads to another, when it comes to pubic hair removal.
    And that is the very last time I'm going to use that phrase.

    Now, off to deal with my very own conundrum: To cook or not to cook a roast on a sunny Sunday evening?
    Apologies to the vegetarians.

    Auckland • Since Sep 2010 • 179 posts Report Reply

  • Jacqui Dunn,

    To cook or not to cook a roast on a sunny Sunday evening?
    Apologies to the vegetarians.

    Mm, well. It could be a roasted potato, or a roasted onion, or kumara, or butternut, or all of the above. No apology needed.

    Deepest, darkest Avondale… • Since Jul 2010 • 585 posts Report Reply

  • Joe Wylie, in reply to Jacqui Dunn,

    It could be a roasted potato, or a roasted onion, or kumara, or butternut, or all of the above.

    Plus whole garlic (the so-called elephant variety is great for this), and jerusalem artichokes, peeled or not. Top eating.

    flat earth • Since Jan 2007 • 3325 posts Report Reply

  • sally jones,

    Note to self: people prefer to discuss food than pubic hair. Some things one simply cannot know except through bitter experience.

    FTR, we had roast beef and veg (onions, spuds, carrots and kumara), plus steamed cabbage, and all five (people) sat around the dining table and ate it (the food, not the table). First dinner as a family for a while. I like a Sunday night wrap up; the trad roast lends itself admirably to such occasions, even with the cicadas doing their screaming thing outside. When in doubt (as a family), eat roast.

    Auckland • Since Sep 2010 • 179 posts Report Reply

  • Tamsin6,

    The thing about pubic plumage is that everyone seems to have an opinion. When I was being shaved in preparation for the C section birth of my first daughter, the rather lovely nurse asked me (pityingly, I see in retrospect) if I wanted her to have a general tidy up down there while she was at it. "Knock yourself out" I said, or words to that effect. I mean, they were about to slice me open, rummage around for my daughter, whip her out, and stitch me up again. In contemplation of that, I hadn't really considered trimming the (by now rather extensive) shrubbery. Did you know that ALL your hair stops falling out, but doesn't stop growing, while you are pregnant? Now you do. Consider 9 months of luxuriant undergrowth. Not sure why she bothered - at that moment I had no plans to let anyone else near the vicinity for some considerable time.

    London • Since Dec 2007 • 123 posts Report Reply

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