I am perfectly fine with that. Soap on a rope is fun.
I had the same thought, except isn't it actually on the mons? Or is that considered part of the whole vulva area?
In case anybody cared about my position ... let's say say that I have MILLIONS of things that I consider higher priority for me to spend my time on and MILLIONS of things I consider higher priority to spend my money on. Maybe BILLIONS. I mean like... an ant farm is higher priority. An acorn cracker. Honestly, one of those gadgets that let me pee standing up is a higher priority foor me.
Personally, I think it's just one of many examples of people inventing a need to make money. And clearly we're getting desperate in the search of needs to invent.
I have reconsidered and decided i WOULD get the vagacial....on the day when i was going to clip a jewelled veil into my pubic hair, squat-hop down an aisle and have my vulva "marry" DH's penis in an official ceremony WITH a photographer. Which will be happening on the 10th of Never. Invitations are in the mail.
No. I'm really not ok with strangers grooming any part of me...and even if I was, "vagi-acial" sounds too much like an oozing rash or an intimate act for me to ask for one with a straight face.
Now I'm gonna go lie awake trying to think what the male version of that would be.
You mean, like "Vagisil"?
In case anyone's curious: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=vajazzle
Aw, man! I could have gone a long time without knowing that.....vajazzle...
although, it does remind when I gave someone my first DDDDC..."vajayjay, all this time I was saying vagina!"
Wow! I love a great discussion about the area "Down There" which is also something they said on the show. I don't like that term either, but you know, most of america is too embarrassed to say penis or vagina.
*Sigh* I even taught my children the correct words, but they pretty much choose the euphemisms.
I'd never heard of "My New Pink Button", so I googled it. OMG. Seriously? I know the answer to this, but I still have to ask: are there actually people that superficial that would buy this?! Wow. Just wow.
I'm going to have to ask DH if he ever paid attention to the color. I think he's more interested in other things when we're DTD, ya know? Or maybe I'm in for a rude awakening!
ETA: Speaking of euphemisms... DH still likes to tell the story of when my midwife was stitching up my tear after birth. She used lidocaine, and there was some leftover after she had numbed everything she thought necessary. She turned to her intern/aide and said, "I'll just squirt the rest in her hoo-ha!"