Anonymous asked “Do you prefer baths or showers?”

I think until I reach a point where I don’t have any real problems, I won’t be able to enjoy the full bath package. They’re supposed to be relaxing I think, not necessarily cleansing.

Another someone asked, “What kind of soap do you use? Body wash or bar? Loofah or washcloth? Do you shower with the curtain open? Is your curtain perfectly translucent?”

I am pretty plain about how I shower. In that I don’t use anything, except a soap bar on occasions.

I don’t trust shower products. It doesn’t make sense for them to do what they advertise in the long term, that isn’t good business. Rubbing chemicals into your scalp isn’t going to help you keep your hair, it’s going to help you lose it. Blame your genetics, and then go back to the store for more “Lush, Full Hair” shampoo.

Shower products only work in the short term, and the companies that sell them have a passionate interest in creating problems to solve. That’s a basic tenant of any successful product.

I am often accused of being paranoid. But I’d insist that people think more carefully about what they allow into their lives.

That said, I do shampoo once every month, two months. Everything in moderation, I figure.

Finally, someone asked, “Are you currently groomed, or is that the hairiest jackalopes normally get?”

I trim my pubic fur every couple months. I don’t think I look bad when my fuzz comes in, but I do enjoy to be trimmed once in a while. Depends on my mood I suppose.

The same applies to how I think of other boys. I like a guy with an untamed mane sometimes, and sometimes I like him smooth. Either way, I like him.

Thanks again for your questions. Sorry I didn’t answer any yesterday. I’ll try to post more stuff up soon.

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