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So as a newbie, I haven’t got any bike maintenance issue so far, but i do have a maintenance issue regarding my body components.

Long story short, I've decided to shave my legs to give me a pro-like identity (please don’t judge me i know I'm hypercritical)

The problem is, I’d like to know how likely would you guys shaving your legs for a long-term hair reduction purpose

Say on the scale from 1-7 (1 being extremely unlikely, and 7 being extremely likely)

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  • navrig2navrig2 Posts: 1,749
    Is it 1 April?
  • pblakeneypblakeney Posts: 20,680
    0
    The above may be fact, or fiction, I may be serious, I may be jesting.
    I am not sure. You have no chance.
    Veronese68 wrote:
    PB is the most sensible person on here.
  • MattFalleMattFalle Posts: 10,465
    edited July 2021
    10.

    Veet. Everywhere. Even bits that you don't think have hair.

    It makes you sleek and eel like and chicks dig sleek.
  • navrig2navrig2 Posts: 1,749
    MattFalle said:

    Veet. Everywhere. Even bits that you don't think have hair.

    It makes you sleek and eel like.

    And after you have applied it go and read the comments on Amazon.
  • singletonsingleton Posts: 2,274
    If you are going to shave, make sure you don't use shaving foam or creme or soap.
    In hospitals, they use only talcum powder when shaving areas for operations - give it a go.
  • MattFalleMattFalle Posts: 10,465
    navrig2 said:

    MattFalle said:

    Veet. Everywhere. Even bits that you don't think have hair.

    It makes you sleek and eel like.

    And after you have applied it go and read the comments on Amazon.
    they are all, literally,bollox.

    so long as you don't leave it on your little boy for three weks you'll be fine.

    ladies use it on their bits and, although i'm not a gyno, I suspect there is more potential for incorrect application there.

    slap it on.
    leave 10 mins
    shower off

    job jobbed
  • MattFalleMattFalle Posts: 10,465
    singleton said:

    If you are going to shave, make sure you don't use shaving foam or creme or soap.
    In hospitals, they use only talcum powder when shaving areas for operations - give it a go.

    hair conditioner is perfect. sleek, smooth AND soft.
  • oxomanoxoman Posts: 10,863
    Most people don't bother.
    Too many bikes according to Mrs O.
  • N0bodyOfTheGoatN0bodyOfTheGoat Posts: 5,168
    ~10W aero drag savings, bring on the marginal gains! :D
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  • darkhairedlorddarkhairedlord Posts: 7,170
    Use an epilator, all over.
  • imposter2.0imposter2.0 Posts: 11,913
    FFS..
  • MattFalleMattFalle Posts: 10,465

    FFS..

    what's up dude?
  • ugo.santaluciaugo.santalucia Posts: 27,219
    I used to shave my back, being a hirsute Italian... but then I developed a massive cist on a shoulder, straight after shaving... it grew the size of an apricot before the NHS finally agreed to surgically remove it in 2014.
    Since then, I haven't shaved, I shorten instead... if you use a 1-2 mm setting on a trimmer, you can get a decent PRO look, without risking the above.

    Interestingly, my back is not as hairy anymore... one of the benefits of andropause, I suppose
  • Paul_Smit said:

    So as a newbie, I haven’t got any bike maintenance issue so far, but i do have a maintenance issue regarding my body components.

    Long story short, I've decided to shave my legs to give me a pro-like identity (please don’t judge me i know I'm hypercritical)

    The problem is, I’d like to know how likely would you guys shaving your legs for a long-term hair reduction purpose

    Say on the scale from 1-7 (1 being extremely unlikely, and 7 being extremely likely)

    Shaving? censored that, I'm staying full wookie
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