|Re: Best Brains: To Dab or Not To Dab?
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Author: Desideria Date: Jan 28, 2007 00:09
> Good Evening To All Callahanians, drinks are on my tab for the time
> I want to get the opinions of as many folks here as possible, even
> though this 'question' may be sillier than most. My husband Jeff and I
> have had an ongoing disagreement about wether or not the male of the
> species should do something more in regards to personal hygiene.
> The question is, should a man after urinating either 1.Take a piece of
> toilet paper and dry off his equipment or 2. Dampen said bit of toilet
> paer to cleanse the equipment. Is this too much to ask for the sake
> of cleanliness? Or is it considered unnecessary by most guys, because
> my husbands excuse is that their is no toilet paper next to a urinal
> stall so why bother with wiping or dabbing to clean the few drops of
> urine that may soil one's clothes or at the very least, IMHO, make for
> a far from pleasant odor.
> Definately is not something to think about when one wishes to give
> pleasure of the oral kind and to ask someone to get up and wash
> themselves in the middle of sexual activity obviously can bring a real
> downer to the evening. Last point, Jeff isn't some kind of disgusting
> slob, who has to be forced into bathing and such, if anything, he's
> the cleanest man I've ever known. He takes two or three showers a day
> and is very paticular about the soap he uses -Ivory- because he has
> chemical sensitivity we both have to use the kinds of soap and laundry
> products that have no perfumes or coloring.
> It's just this one quirk of his that really bothers me and I want to
> know if other women here feel the same and what is the opinion of the
> local males here too.
Oddly enough, I've discussed that with men before--as well as the fact that
some don't wash their hands either, after using the facility.
It seems to be something I just have to accept, and I remind myself that the
female of the species has an even harder time cleansing herself afte
least in the US, where bidets are a rarity.