Re: A question to the men of the board.
I tell barbers not to trim the eyebrows. There's one single long one that likes to pop up, so it makes up for no chest hair. Nose and ears, manicure scissors. I let my beard go and trim it back every few months, because the neighborhood street people are less likely to ask me for a dollar.
Now my ex-wife had a hair wanting to grow on the edge of the areola. She shaved.
Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard: For duty and humanity! --Men in Black (1934)