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How do I ask my mother to remove hair on my legs?

This is really embarassing. I ve never really shaved or waxed or did anything to remove hair on my legs. I m too afraid to ask my mother about buying hair removal lotion, such as Nair or Veet, or whatever. I don t want to shave because I don t want razor bumps.. Not being able to show my legs holds me back from wearing shorts and stuff on hot days. What is the easiest, and less embarassing way to ask my mom? Its hard for me just to say, Mom, can we buy this product? Its embarassing.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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I remember stealing my father's razor when I was a teenager, LOL. For some reason, kids and teenagers think everything they want to ask their parents is either embarrassing or scary. It really is no big deal. Your mother's probably been waiting for you to ask. Parents aren't stupid, you know. They are well aware that these things will come up and are usually quite prepared for them. I mean, think about it...what are you afraid she will say? Of course, depending on your age, she might say no, but I highly doubt it. Just go up to her, show her your hairy legs, and say, "Hey Mom, I need to do something about this." She will then offer suggestions. Go for it. Don't be embarrassed. She went through that too.
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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