Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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they're just underpants with wax on 'em, silly
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...so the undies have a layer of wax. Microwave them for 30 seconds, put them on (mind that they don't crease) and rip them off after a minute. Clearly, they're disposable.

You can also buy separately little decals to retain that goatee style landing strip, or a heart, or a monogram. Whatever you wish.

Whenever I've gotten waxed professionally, the women always shove the hairy linen strip up near my face to so that we can all oo and ah over their accomplishment, like a baby shower gone wrong. I can live without that.

pigtails_and_ponies, Jul 28 2006


       What's wrong with using duct tape?
DrCurry, Jul 28 2006

       duct tape too hazardous to the labia
pigtails_and_ponies, Jul 28 2006

       [p&p] I'm quite concerned that you are aware of this truth. Please reassure me that you _suspect_ it to be too hazardous?
david_scothern, Jul 28 2006

       She is on the half bakery, she may well know from personal experience.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jul 28 2006

       conjecture only [david southern] and I thank you for your concern. but I'll try anything thrice.
pigtails_and_ponies, Jul 28 2006

       Hmm, and here I thought they were for stimulation...   

       Well, I also thought they were slacks, rather than undergarments. Silly American translation thing...   

       OOing and ahing... yet another reason not to get waxed professionally. Well, I'm off to try and halfbake another door idea for you now... don't expect it too soon though.
ye_river_xiv, Sep 12 2006

       I had no idea that professional waxers had such practices. Could it be that there is the need to create a code of conduct. Perhaps something like the Hipprocratic Oath forbidding practitioners of showing the removed fur to their customers... or simply a public discussion over what is good and bad taste?
PauloSargaco, Dec 20 2007


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