Oh jeez. Now YouTube knows I watched that video.
After all, why should women be the only people that get to be shamed for the way their bodies naturally look /s
shave your back hair off? this is an insulting and offensive product.
How am I supposed to broadcast my position as the alpha male of my family group without a shock of silver hair?
it gets itchy when it grows back in, it’s not worth doing unless you are into competitive swimming. I’m more of the sit in a hot tub drinking ice cold drinks kind of athlete.
Never thought a bb shop post would need a unicorn chaser.
I read the novel instead, the video leaves out a lot.
Not mentioned are the adjustable depth settings …
1: Removes body hair
3: Human Prosciutto
4: Personal flayer
I’ve never wanted to know, what is back stubble like?
OK. Enough internet for me today.
I’ve used the original Bakblade for years because I like the way my skin feels when 'scaped.
My partner is bemused by my grooming routine. But she respects that I’m the one who has to live in my body and I do what’s comfortable for me.
That said, that commercial is fucking offensive and makes me want to not try Bakblade 2.0.
Oh yeah, everyone should feel free to look however makes them happy! But “problem”? No.
Totally concur. The commercial is absolutely body-shaming, which is offensive.
Instead of “put the Man back in Manscaping”
their slogan shoud be “we take the APE out of Manscaping”
would have made more sense given the commercial