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Re: Shaving legs onboard?

Sounds like the usual urban myth, unless it was taken from Fools Rush In forum. Pretty much all depilatories make it Real Damn Clear on the label, that they are not supposed to be used anywhere near sensitive places.

The cosmic justice in this, is that anyone fool enough to skip those directions, will pretty much ensure they aren't going to be passing on their genes for at least a couple of hours also. (VBG)
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