i was just wondering...is it normal to hair on ur boobs, like close around the nipple area?? last night i was taking a shower and i looked down and i was like ewww!! what the hell? i had 3 black hairs around the outside of my nipple...i never had anything like this before. i am only 20, maybe my hormones are changing?? any info on what caused some hair to grow there please let me know!!!! thanx
I have that too. They are very fine hairs which seem to pluck out quite easily, like with my fingers tips. I was freaked out by them too. The fact that I could pluck these hairs out of my boobs simply by grabbing and pulling on them with no pain whatsoever. WEIRD!!!!
lol..well thats good for u i guess...lol the hair on my boobs are really long and black...oh god so gross!! i plucked one out last night and hurt like a mother...sorry i was gonna be rude..haha anyways guys thanx for the replies!!! :)
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