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For those of us that bought our wife or girlfriend on of these back around the early 80's when they came out, we had hell to pay afterwards. What we *thought* was a stroke of genius was actually a very painful method of hair removal.


 

jhuggett

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I was pretty young but I remember my mom complaining about them. :lol:
 

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YESSSSS,,,a friend gave one to his wife ,, she complained it hurt like hell,,,he laughed at her,,,she ran it through his chest hair ending the discussion,,,,
 

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Is there any reason why I haven't the faintest idea what anyone's referring to? I can't see pics or a description...
 

Doc Manhattan

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RD, images are tied to an account name, so when this member's account went away, so did the images (and the author became "Guest.")

If I remember correctly, that was a picture of an "Epilady" epilator, one of those pink devices whose blades looked like a very small grain thresher. (Between hair removal and childbirth, I cannot fathom whence the myth that women aren't tough.)
 

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Thanks for the explanation Doc. Much appreciated and a question I'll never have to ask again!

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