Married Man Sex Life
How to have the marriage you thought you were going to have. By which I mean doing it like rabbits.
Hmm, never been a fan of the stubble look myself – I used to find that whenever I went too long without a shave, I just felt like a slob. Anyway, even if I were to change my mind on the matter, it's pretty much too late now, as, being the vain creature that I am, I had most of my facial hair removed (via laser) about a decade ago. I just never liked the stuff – in large part because it always made me look like I had a dirty great smudge across my otherwise pretty face (yuck!) – and because shaving gave me no end of troubles, with bleeding and rashes and suchlike. Ironically, I've no problem with facial hair, albeit when it's on other guys; it's just something I've never been able to see myself sporting.
Stubble can be scratchy though when kissing and painful/uncomfertable. Although asethetically the look is pleasing.
That is exactly my dilemmia V.
Stubble is super sexy. And the pain that comes from rubbing up against it is a good kind of pain. Just as the soreness from having a bit too much sex is a good kind of pain…
These discomforts serve as a reminder all through the next day how incredibly hot you were the night before!
The stubble is only scratchy the first day or so when the hair is very short, and inflexible. You might want to skip on Friday morning instead of Saturday morning.
I do not shave on the weekends. I had to shave every single day for nine years in the USMC, so being able to not shave is great. I shave during the week, depending on which kind of client I will be visiting that day.
This concurs with my conclusion that facial hair is man's super power. I didn't shave on weekends previously, but I decided to start. Shaving elsewhere emphasizes the goatee.
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