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    TeakDOOR Manscaping Thread - with pictures

    Having recently super-sized my 6km hill run with 150m of ascent up to an 11km loop with 350m of ascent I have begun to suffer from chafing of the nipples.

    The solution today was to get 'scaping...

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    ...in preparation for some protective plasters

    I have secured a supply of discreet clear plastic plasters. I snip the 2 adhesive ends of a single plaster and apply the clear sheets to my nipples. And they are quite good I think. You can barely see that anything is on there.

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    You can see in the 2nd photo that the left nipple has inverted from being an outtie to being in innie due to the severity of the chafing last week.

    But with manscaped protective nipple pads in place it should be thrusting proudly outwards again before long.


    Post up your DIY folicle frottering...

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    My God...what has TD become....

    The wife is wondering when you're going to get down "in the dirt" for true manscaping...MM has PM'd me as well.

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    ^I am actually tip-top in the trimming department downstairs at the moment Topper having tidied up last week so it might be a week or 2 before it will be worth venturing back downstairs again. But my overgrown scrotum is starting to resemble an aging silverback gorilla these days so maybe the manscaping clipper thread can venture laterally into Grecian 2000 tinting territory for the next episode...

    Stay tuned!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    The solution today was to get 'scaping...
    waaii yaaay lad, just get thee sen ooout there like the lads, noo need for tops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    MM has PM'd me as well.
    have i fook!!!!!

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    Stay tuned!
    Misskit can you move this to the only fans subscription area of the forum.......please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    The wife is wondering when you're going to get down "in the dirt" for true manscaping..
    It is about to get serious downstairs in the manscaping stakes...

    I felt the lithium ion trimmer was not delivering so I got myself tooled up with a 240v Wahl...

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    I clicked on this thinking it was about gardening, oh well.

    If you shave your legs as well Loops you'll notice a significant performance increase in your cycling.
    Plus those nasty mossies don't get caught in your jungle and bite you.

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    This thread is a disgrace!

    But, hopefully, Looper will add some womanscaping comments (with pictures)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    I felt the lithium ion trimmer was not delivering so I got myself tooled up with a 240v Wahl...
    I was also trying to buy a Wahl yesterday, the Peanut model. Sold out or unavailable in Thailand.

    Settled for a replacement for my old Philips Multigroom 5920/15, since I already have 2 chargers and all the attachments.

    Under 2,000 on Lazzers. I think I paid 8,000 for it at SUV about 8 years ago.

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    Lang may yer lum reek...

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    Brenda's beaver shops at the same place as BLD

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post


    Brenda's beaver shops at the same place as BLD
    Leave it to beaver

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    Nipples like cigarette burns.

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    @PAG - thanks for that. I enjoyed reading about Brenda's beaver. In my mind, I read it "Blue's Clues" style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLD View Post
    Leave it a beaver
    FIFY..The latest gen z trend is no shaving anywhere.

    Is Shaving Your Armpits About To Become A Thing Of The Past? | British Vogue.

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    Day off today.

    Decided to shave off my month old beard



    And year long ball hair.

    Off to slam in the lamb now

    You can't beat those slapping sounds after a good scaping




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    Too much information - red sent...

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    Brenda's sister Wynona.


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    ^^^Nice one Reg. I knew I could rely on the Dingle to get this thread revved up.

    This Wahl is a ripper and had my head stripped in 4 minutes.

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    Not much to do downstairs but I was having fun so I progressed to the nethers anyway.

    With 240v power you have to be careful not to nip a stray scrote-fold in the slashing blades but no mishaps today

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    Top tip: bring a hand mirror for checking those hard to scrutinise scrote-bag undercarriage regions

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    I reckon trimming the Japanese knotweed around ones nether regions gives one an extra inch.

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    ^ Maybe, but who really needs 3 inches?


    There is no way that I will get involved in this thread but I do have a question.

    This is the contents of my shower room cabinet on this boat.



    And this is my problem. I stopped shaving during Covid and have got used to just trimming a stubbly beard a couple of times a week which is a hell of a lot less work. I've been using this Braun piece of shit.



    But, the end plastic shield thingy keeps falling off. Now I just pick the thing up and the plastic bit falls off, without even starting to trim and it's driving me mad. When I start trimming the shield bit continually falls off until I just give up.



    I don't need it for my head... been there, done that... because my local 'barber' in Korat only charges 80 Baht which isn't a great expense once a month. But does anyone have a recommendation for a decent rechargeable beard trimmer?

    I don't care about the colour, but my only stipulation is that it needs to be available on Lazada.

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    My brother is a beard guy. He has a Philips series 5000 Beard trimmer and very happy with it.

    No idea if Lazada offers.

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    I have a Kemei KM-605 . Had it for about 6 years and still works perfectly. Costs about 250 Baht. Highly recommended. Sold on Lazada .

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    Aren't they supposed to be maintained, cleaned and oiled?


    I've gone back to wet shaving after a decade or so of electric trimming. It was a Braun something or other that was around 1400thb I think., Dill will probably tell you the model number if he goes through his saved photo folder.

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    I too use a Braun, in my case a BT3221 and have had no problems with it at all. What I like about it is the wheel to adjust beard length (in my case, set to number 3 for a short goatee which I trim around every 3 days). Around 2500 baht from Lazada: https://www.lazada.co.th/products/br...ist.25&stock=1








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    There was a similar thread before, and low and behold Dill did get excited about some poster called 'Lurgio'.


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