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What differences is there among Polish girls and British girls as girlfriends?


ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #61
waxing lessens the risk but it is still higher than leaving it alone anything that opens the skin can cause infection
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #62
@ ilmc, if you're concerned about getting a rash or whatever from shaving or waxing, use tea tree oil afterwards. Or explicate, or use Veet cream. But surely it's more hygienic to be hairless, never mind prettier and better for both man and woman when it comes to sex.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
31 Oct 2012 #63
englishman are you crazy why would you put teatree oil on your fanjo - the hair is there for hygiene - anyone who wants to shag a woman with a bald p.ussy is probably a paedophile - especially ones who think it's 'prettier' - there's a lot of it about y'know.
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #64
Never had problems wish rashes or infections.

Good for you!
What should I do then? I'm severely allergic to wax and my hair are so thinck that even a cosmetican refused to wax me...

It's not only about pleasing men... it's also about personal hygiene.

Oh dear, what you have to do is just wash there regularly.
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #65
I'm severely allergic to wax and my hair are so thinck that even a cosmetican refused to wax me...

If you're allergic to wax, then I'd say... don't wax.

Oh dear, what you have to do is just wash there regularly.

I'll do whatever I please with my body, but thanks for your opinion.
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #66
If you're allergic to wax, then I'd say... don't wax

But according to you if I don't wax I'm unhygienic... and I don't want to be classified as a slob! ;)
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
31 Oct 2012 #67
What should I do then? I'm severely allergic to wax and my hair are so thinck that even a cosmetican refused to wax me...

laser hair removal
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #68
But according to you if I don't wax I'm unhygienic... and I don't want to be classified as a slob! ;)

But if you're clean according to yourself, then why does it matter what I think?

englishman are you crazy why would you put teatree oil on your fanjo - the hair is there for hygiene - anyone who wants to shag a woman with a bald p.ussy is probably a paedophile - especially ones who think it's 'prettier' - there's a lot of it about y'know.

I don't like hairy guys, ergo I have a subconscious attraction to prepubescent boys? Good to know
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #69
laser hair removal

It's not cheap. And one neads to do it about 15 times to see any pernament effect (and still no guarantee for that!).

But if you're clean according to yourself, then why does it matter what I think?

that's true, it doesn't matter what you think :)

I don't like hairy guys

I don't mind hairy guys but it came with age. You're probably 19 or so, that's why...
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #70
I was about to tell you about your great sense of humour, maturity and taste in men, but then I remembered you don't care what I think.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,849
31 Oct 2012 #71
personally I think its 'lame' (good grief does anyone really still say that?) sharing information about your hairless vulva on a public forum.
too.much.information sweetie.
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #72
It's lame to say your own hair is for hygiene, and anybody who doesn't like it is paedofile. Too much pop psychology and insecurities, sweetie.
ilmc 4 | 136
31 Oct 2012 #73
holy war over pubes... shave if you want to wax if you want to dont if you dont... it doesnt matter either way... but it is no more hygenic to shave than it is not to ... so claiming hygiene as your reasons are bull crap or u are ill informed, be honest atleast i shave or wax cause i like it better ... the end someone who doesnt is no less attractive or hygenic they just prefer not to. and men if shes willing to let you get some dont whine about some hair men are friggen apes for the most part. Biggest pet peeve a man with a giant bush whining about a woman who doesnt shave ...

and yes i agree lame to admit whether you do or you dont on the internet ... what my vagina looks like is between me and my man thats it
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #74
I was about to tell you about your great sense of humour, maturity and taste in men,

Interesting how can you judge my sense of humour, matury and taste in men by a comment about waxing?
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #75
what my vagina looks like is between me and my man thats it

Based on your repeated posts about how it's not beautiful or sanitary to shave, and how shaving can lead to infections, and how soap and water are enough... no, I'm sure nobody has a clue what yours looks like.

Interesting how can you judge my sense of humour, matury and taste in men by a comment about waxing?

You were able to tell me that I'm probably 19 because I get waxed... so you figure out how people make stupid judgments if you're not able to pick up on sarcasm.
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #76
1:0 to Dominika, I'd say. And I know who I'd rather go down on... :-)
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #78
You were able to tell me that I'm probably 19 because I get waxed...

No dominica, I haven't said that. Please read again that comment:

I don't mind hairy guys but it came with age. You're probably 19 or so, that's why...

Alright, to be honest, that assumption was made not only based on this thread but others you've already commented in.
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #79
@ Ruzumiemnic, how old is she? Is she single? And most important of all, would she consider dating and Englishman?
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #80
Alright, to be honest, that assumption was made not only based on this thread but others you've already commented in.

And you've commented on this thread, and I made the assumption that you've got bad taste in men, poor personal hygiene, no sense of humour and no ability to distinguish sarcasm. You also said you were allergic to wax, and then complained that the beauty parlour refused to wax you. From that I deduce that you're either not very bright, or you're making things up to prove your point, or you have problems with getting the chronology straight in your anecdotes. I've also made the assumption that you are a product of Polish culture, because I don't understand your attempts at humour and find them juvenile.
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #81
Wow, that's probably the reason you don't get along with people here.

you're making things up to prove your point

proof my point that I have an allergy?

You also said you were allergic to wax, and then complained that the beauty parlour refused to wax you. From that I deduce that you're either not very bright, or you're making things up to prove your point, or you have problems with getting the chronology straight in your anecdotes.

Alright if it's too hard to imagine how it went, I will put the story in very chronological order:
When I was 14 and did my first wax on legs for summer holidays I got a severe rush on whole of my legs (from ankles to tights) which lasted a month and even a doctor didn't know what to do! The rush appeared several days after waxing so I wasn't sure if it was due to wax (however it was among my main suspects). In later years I tried it again. I've done waxing on my own several times of different parts of my body with different brand names and usually I had a rush for about 2 weeks.

Later I came up to idea that maybe at beauty saloons they have some special waxes for allergic people. I believe the answer was affirmative but I also added that I have very thick hair caused by hormonal problems so they refused and sorried that they affraid they cannot help me. Simple?

I don't understand your attempts at humour and find them juvenile

You mean this comment:

99 :)

?
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #82
Wow, that's probably the reason you don't get along with people here.

No, those are the reasons why I don't like you.
Englishman 2 | 278
31 Oct 2012 #83
A.K., if you're allergic to waxing that's fair enough. But it's no excuse for being hairy. There's shaving, epilation, cream, electrolysis and laser hair removal. Why not do one of these? You could be as beautiful as Dominika :-).
kaz200972 2 | 229
31 Oct 2012 #84
Englishman

Women aren't here for your personal pleasure, your comments are really sleezey! If you must make them at least change your forum name, most English people don't want to be associated with pervs!

Dominika99

Get some self respect girl. Discussing your pubes on a public forum is not classy and only strengthens the stereotype of Polish women doing anything to please men, especially when you make really

b-tchy comments to women who disagree with you!!!!
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #85
No, those are the reasons why I don't like you.

The point is that I've read the thread about Warsaw and the way you act there - so superior to other people (e.g. given that Warsaw is the most metropolitan city in Poland, composed of people who came from all over Poland, and you doesn't consider it Europe, it means you despise all Poles) I'm pretty entitled to assume that you don't get along with people. Personally I think the problem lays in you, not others.
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #86
Dissing your pubes on a public forum is not classy and only strengthens the stereotype of Polish women doing anything to please men, especially when you make really
b-tchy comments to women who disagree with you!!!!

I respond to b-tchy comments in a b-tchy way.

You may not believe it, but I don't wax to please men. I do it because it feels clean and nice, and I like it. I also wear perfume to bed, even when I'm alone. Does doing nice things for yourself always have to involve a man?
a.k.
31 Oct 2012 #87
There's shaving, epilation, cream, electrolysis and laser hair removal.

I shave but the problem is I can't be 24h/7 days a week smooth. The hair must be enough grown to enable me shave them without cutting my skin. It basicly means that every odd day I turn into a little hedgehog, ouch :)

Creams? Doesn't work at all.

Electrolysis - isn't it for removing single hair?

Laser - expensive but probably as soon as I get money I will try it.

Epilation means to remove hair with bulbs, contrary to depilation which removes only hair and leaves the bulbs. It's not a name of a particular method.
kaz200972 2 | 229
31 Oct 2012 #88
Does doing nice things for yourself always have to involve a man?

No it certainly doesn't!
Obviously it may be accidental but some of your comments come across as being geared to attracting male attention, especially given the sleezebag remarks of some t-sser who calls himself English, you are only inflaming his pathetic ardour!
Dominika99 1 | 93
31 Oct 2012 #89
Obviously it may be accidental but some of your comments across as being geared to attracting male attention, especially given the sleezebag remarks of some t-sser who calls himself English, you are only inflaming his pathetic ardour!

Well he's now re-directed his attentions to a certain un-waxed woman, and is now discussing laser removal options with her. Let me guess, you're not going to call HER a hussy for saying she's got thick hair because of a hormonal imbalance, are you?

See that's your stereotype. I'm not classy because I wax, and everybody else who's talking about tehir hair... well they're just normal, modest and independent Polish women.
kaz200972 2 | 229
31 Oct 2012 #90
I don't think any of you should be dicussing your privates! I only just read the other ladies' contribution! Neither of you are promoting a good image for Polish women at the moment!!

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