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    I'm tempted to do a spring clean on my love grapes and want to know if veet is any good. I live with 3 girls so the stuff isn't difficult to steal, I mean get hold of, without going down the shop. Any other brave gents out there give some recommendations? Should I stick to the trusty razor and risk bleeding to death or do I give veet a squirt in full knowledge that I will still be able to produce the baby batter neccesary to carry on the warrior family name.

    Thanks in advance.
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    You brave man. If you use veet you'll have everyone highest respect. :laugh:
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    Eh... standard English please!
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    (Original post by brimstone1)
    Eh... standard English please!
    Love grapes is slang for testicals.

    You didnt need to have a PHD in english to know that.
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    He’s using euphemisms
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    If you use veet, make sure you trim first...it really is quite painful! Some girls waxed a part of my leg, that stung, i can only imagine what it would be around your meat and two veg!

    I suggest you use a new razor...
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    I'm not a bloke, but have used Veet before.

    All I'm saying is you may want to do a skin sensitivity test first on a small area. I'm guessing it's not a place that you'd especially want to risk an allergic reaction (imagine the conversation with the GP: ''Well, I nicked my flatmate's Veet and was pruning my testicle hair...'')

    Oh, and do trim it slightly first.
    Though be careful...
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    I'm a lady and I've used veet before and it isn't painful, its completley painless if anything. But it has a funny smell that takes ages to go away...

    Razors are a bad idea.... skin is too delicate on your wrinkly love plums and you may actually bleed to death which would be unfortunate and therefore reduce your chances dramatically of ever having to need the baby batter...!
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    (Original post by Markus)
    Love grapes is slang for testicals.

    You didnt need to have a PHD in english to know that.
    I obviously realise he's talking about shaving his pubic hair. My post was just a joke hinting at the unecessarily complex use of language in the OP.
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    Chances are, their Veet isn't quite, um, sensitive enough for there.


    I don't think I'd risk it.


    odd, odd thread.
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    Shaving? surely the nature of the scrotum makes it v. difficult to shave.
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    (Original post by HungryLikeTheWolf)
    I'm tempted to do a spring clean on my love grapes and want to know if veet is any good. I live with 3 girls so the stuff isn't difficult to steal, I mean get hold of, without going down the shop. Any other brave gents out there give some recommendations? Should I stick to the trusty razor and risk bleeding to death or do I give veet a squirt in full knowledge that I will still be able to produce the baby batter neccesary to carry on the warrior family name.

    Thanks in advance.
    I've got recommendations: don't do it. It looks stupid and itches like hell.
    (Are we talking about the whole region or just the "love grapes"?).
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    (Original post by dogtanian)
    I don't think I'd risk it.
    I love risk, hell, I'm doing disaster risk management for a degree!
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    (Original post by dogtanian)
    Chances are, their Veet isn't quite, um, sensitive enough for there.


    I don't think I'd risk it.


    odd, odd thread.
    LOL veet have a special 'Bikini' product for sensitive skin
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I've got recommendations: don't do it. It looks stupid and itches like hell.
    (Are we talking about the whole region or just the "love grapes"?).
    Just the spuds.
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    (Original post by HungryLikeTheWolf)
    Just the spuds.
    Do you always refer to testicals as being spuds, grapes and jewels? :laugh:
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    The ladies will like it... hairs are horrible when they get in your mouth...

    Oh i'm so cheeky
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    (Original post by Markus)
    Do you always refer to testicals as being spuds, grapes and jewels? :laugh:
    Yeah, don't like the word testicles. Just reminds of my mate who had to have one of his brain cells (another metaphor) removed because it got twisted in it's bag and he just kept on saying that the dr kept saying "testicle(s)" and it just reminds me of bad things.
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    (Original post by HungryLikeTheWolf)
    Yeah, don't like the word testicles. Just reminds of my mate who had to have one of his brain cells (another metaphor) removed because it got twisted in it's bag and he just kept on saying that the dr kept saying "testicle(s)" and it just reminds me of bad things.
    Same with me, i dont like using it, not for the same reasons as you, just sonuds better, especially in cockney rhyming slang
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    (Original post by SpudMuffin)
    The ladies will like it... hairs are horrible when they get in your mouth...

    Oh i'm so cheeky
    That's good news. Of course I'll have to confer with the boys at the pub, just as long as I don't do it as soon as I get home from the pub otherwise it may go horribly horribly wrong.
 
 
 
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