radio hair remover

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by Imported, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. Imported

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    WAHOOWAH: i've seen this thing that apparently uses radio waves to ZAP hair roots ---- is this unsafe on penis/balls????? does it work??? apprarently eventually - ie after a few uses which become less frequent - it is permenant --- is there any other thing i could use mostly for the base of my shaft (2" or so) and balls???? i want it to be permenant - shaving is a pain and stubble is terrible
     
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    Just be sure they set the thing to the correct kHz or mHz or every time your "antenna" goes up you'll have to listen to a station you don't like.

    Pecker

    (Why is it that when a man talks dirty to a woman it's sexual harrassment, but when a woman talks dirty to a man it's $3.95 a minute?)
     
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    longtimelurker: [quote author=Pecker link=board=clothing;num=1065499382;start=0#1 date=10/07/03 at 09:50:07]Just be sure they set the thing to the correct kHz or mHz or every time your "antenna" goes up you'll have to listen to a station you don't like.
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    I wouldn't have thought that would be too much of a problem - all you'd have to do is twiddle the knob and it'll all be better again ;D

    I imagine that this thing 'cooks' the root using something similar to microwaves. It'll be a case of trying it in a less sensitive area first (like your armpit) before doing anything too drastic.

    Who makes it, anyway?
     
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