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    We have been together for 3 weeks, taking things slowly. She was wearing a tshirt and she was reaching for something above, i noticed she had soo much armpitt hair. Way more than me, i felt sick. Is this a common occurrence, since this was the first time i ever witnessed a girl with armpit hair. I understand if it was a stubble but it was full on long strands.
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    End it ASAP!!
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    Give her gillette shaving cream and a shaving stick
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    If you think armpit hair is more important than your relationship then yes, break up. You're wasting her time.
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    Not your armpits mate :^_^:
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    Do you shave YOUR armpits?

    I somehow imagine not.
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    (Original post by RowanB)
    Do you shave YOUR armpits?

    I somehow imagine not.
    Yes i do and i dont care what you think
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    If you don't shave your own armpits, you have no right to judge her.
    If you do shave your own armpits, you STILL have no right to judge her because it's her armpits.

    Break up with her, she deserves better.
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    Why is hair on your own body, which I presume you don't remove, acceptable while hair on your girlfriend's body isn't?


    (Original post by Anonymous)
    We have been together for 3 weeks, taking things slowly. She was wearing a tshirt and she was reaching for something above, i noticed she had soo much armpitt hair. Way more than me, i felt sick. Is this a common occurrence, since this was the first time i ever witnessed a girl with armpit hair. I understand if it was a stubble but it was full on long strands.
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    (Original post by RowanB)
    Do you shave YOUR armpits?

    I somehow imagine not.
    I do, its hygienic
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    If it's that important to you that you want her to change, break up with her and let her move on with someone who won't care.
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    (Original post by EllainKahlo)
    If it's that important to you that you want her to change, break up with her and let her move on with someone who won't care.
    Good luck to her.
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    (Original post by EllainKahlo)
    If it's that important to you that you want her to change, break up with her and let her move on with someone who won't care.
    Okay i will. I think most guys will care
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    She doesn't deserve you lmao.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I do, its hygienic
    It's actually more hygienic to keep armpit hair - it helps ventilate your pits, as it gets moisture and bacteria away from your skin.

    All hair has a purpose, or you wouldn't have evolved to have it.
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    This is what girls do to test your love. You, my friend, have failed the test
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    (Original post by Zaffre)
    If you think armpit hair is more important than your relationship then yes, break up. You're wasting her time.
    Great advice, Zaffre. You immediately assumed he wanted to end the relationship based on the few paragraphs he provided, and wrote a baseless condescending comment which achieved nothing of value.

    OP, the best thing to do would be to talk to her. Tell her about your problem -- why is bothers you -- and ask, nicely, if she could shave them for you. If she won't do you the courtesy, then that's something you'll have to take into consideration.
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    Shave it in her sleep. :yy:
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    (Original post by Zaffre)
    It's actually more hygienic to keep armpit hair - it helps ventilate your pits, as it gets moisture and bacteria away from your skin.

    All hair has a purpose, or you wouldn't have evolved to have it.
    Actually if the hair is too long, it will provide a breeding for bacteria that convert sweat to 'body odour'. So you also dont have your armpits i imagine.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I do, its hygienic
    it's not more hygienic though that is a different debate.
    Personally I don't shave in the winter and on off during the summer partially because it's my choice but partially because it can cause painful infected glands. So talk to her ask her why it may be medical, she may change for you, you may decide to look over it otherwise it's okay it wasn't the right fit.
 
 
 
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