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Should men with hairy legs wear shorts? Just a question.
I've seen some men with hairy legs wearing shorts look really hot and others look really bad. It's like one extreme to the other. Your opinion?
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i have hairy legs and wear shorts

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Hairy legs are hot. :coma:
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(Original post by drowzee)
Hairy legs are hot. :coma:
You know it.


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Nah be proud of the testosterone
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Depends on the level of hair I guess. A bit hairy, fine. Looking like Mr Tumnus in shorts, not so much.
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(Original post by KingAuthor)
Should men with hairy legs wear shorts? Just a question.
I've seen some men with hairy legs wearing shorts look really hot and others look really bad. It's like one extreme to the other. Your opinion?
My legs are like forests, and u ain't gonna stop me wearing shorts m8

I don't really think it looks too bad, and no-one's ever gone 'eww', so that's a victory in itself
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I would shave my legs if I were to wear shorts no homo
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Yeah I love it
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My hairy legs will continue to feel the breeze regardless.
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My hairy legs will continue to feel the breeze regardless.
loook what I found :woo:
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How hairy is hairy...the amount of hair on my legs is at least incongruous with my general appearance. I wouldn't have a problem wearing shorts I guess, though I don't own any for some reason, and I don't really care if anyone else wears them irrespective of their hairiness..
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Yes, please omg. :fan: especially when they're muscular too ugh.
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loook what I found :woo:
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Look what I found.
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Look what I found.
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:eek: stop sexualising the pandas
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:eek: stop sexualising the pandas
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Yeah let's not. Save it for the Kams.
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if its hairy to the point where you cant even see their skin then yuck
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To begin knitting, you will need to create a foundation row of stitches on your needle by "casting on."1. Make a slipknot by looping yarn into a pretzel shape, leaving a tail end at least three times the width of what you are knitting (if your scarf is 8 inches wide, you'll need a 24-inch-long tail). Slip knitting needle through pretzel shape as shown, and pull yarn ends to tighten.2. Drape tail of yarn over left thumb and working yarn (ball end) over left index finger. Use your other fingers to catch yarn lengths in left palm. Insert needle upward through loop on thumb.3. With needle, catch the working yarn that's on your index finger, and pull it through the loop on your thumb. Remove thumb from loop. Keeping yarn ends secured in palm, reposition thumb, and tighten new stitch on right-hand needle. Repeat these steps until you've cast on the required number of stitches.
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(Original post by John55)
To begin knitting, you will need to create a foundation row of stitches on your needle by "casting on."1. Make a slipknot by looping yarn into a pretzel shape, leaving a tail end at least three times the width of what you are knitting (if your scarf is 8 inches wide, you'll need a 24-inch-long tail). Slip knitting needle through pretzel shape as shown, and pull yarn ends to tighten.2. Drape tail of yarn over left thumb and working yarn (ball end) over left index finger. Use your other fingers to catch yarn lengths in left palm. Insert needle upward through loop on thumb.3. With needle, catch the working yarn that's on your index finger, and pull it through the loop on your thumb. Remove thumb from loop. Keeping yarn ends secured in palm, reposition thumb, and tighten new stitch on right-hand needle. Repeat these steps until you've cast on the required number of stitches.
Good for you, John. We all appreciate this input.
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I got hit on the head by a piano when I was 5
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