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When your used vinyl comes with an unwelcomed bonus.

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You come home from the local record shop with a bundle of used vinyl, or maybe you're opening a package that was delivered that morning from an online store. You can't wait to play this gem and carefully remove the gleaming vinyl from the sleeve. Then you notice it. Either stuck to the record itself - held on with no more than static - or on the edge of the sleeve, making the journey to the outside world along with the vinyl but still clinging to the edge, not ready to commit to this... new environment... this... new world.

 

A pubic hair.

 

It's happened to all of us; what's your first reaction?

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2 minutes ago, NorthwayNative said:

How exactly can you tell the difference between a  pubic hair and a hair from some dude's patchy beard? 

I'd classify them the same way since both are used to cover things they're ashamed of.

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9 minutes ago, NorthwayNative said:

How exactly can you tell the difference between a  pubic hair and a hair from some dude's patchy beard? 

American Academy of Dermatology, claims that the texture of pubic hair tends to be thicker and more coarse than hair on the rest of our body because of its origins as a buffer. “It prevents friction during intercourse that can cause skin abrasion and rashes.”

BTW, I've yet to find a red or blonde. They always seem to be Black. Red and blonde are my holy Grail.

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20 minutes ago, VinylMario said:

American Academy of Dermatology, claims that the texture of pubic hair tends to be thicker and more coarse than hair on the rest of our body because of its origins as a buffer. “It prevents friction during intercourse that can cause skin abrasion and rashes.”

BTW, I've yet to find a red or blonde. They always seem to be Black. Red and blonde are my holy Grail.

False. 

 

 

In the winter, I grow my beard out to save my face. I shave it when it begins to feel exactly like pubes. You know thick. Greasy. Crawling with infestations. 

 

Beards are chin pubes. 

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