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Sitting in the sun--there they are. Riding in the passenger seat while my husband is driving--there they are waving at me--the ones I missed.
I suppose if I were yoga fit, I could have curled around like a pretzel yesterday morning and clearly saw the offending ones. "Catch me if you can!" they're taunting me now. It's frustrating. Why didn't I see these leftover hairs on my knees and the back of my thighs when I shaved my legs yesterday morning?
So that means I've been walking around for an entire day, feeling so proud of myself that I finally got around to shaving my legs, when all that time people were whispering. It's so frustrating, but I've come up with a simple solution. A disposable razor should be included in every car's First Aid kit. After all it's an emergency--at least to me--when I spot those missed leg hairs. My idea is innovative, a multitasking time saver, and actually the best place to do the deed. Warm, solar power shining through the passenger window, none of those little buggers can avoid the spotlight.
I don't think anyone would notice if I were shaving stragglers as my husband and I drove down the street, do you? Okay people might find it a little strange at first, and do a second-take, but it would catch on. I mean, come on, how strange can shaving straggler leg hairs while riding in the car really be? I've witnessed stranger behavior. Boys holding up their pants with one hand while walking down the street, confused women thinking a bra can be worn as a shirt in public, and people pushing grocery carts, wearing what appears to be their pajama bottoms and the furry matching slippers.
My new idea is much more discreet. I'm not suggesting pulling out your trusty disposable anywhere you happen to be. You won't see me sneaking behind the fresh fruit display to shave a few strokes, but I will be packin' a razor and prepared to do a touchup when my husband's driving and I'm sitting in the passenger seat of the car. So if you're stuck in traffic and you notice a light blue Toyota Avalon alongside of your car, and there's a blonde woman sitting in the passenger seat, holding a disposable razor, don't be shy, be sure to wave and say, "Hello!"
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(Fiction) TEMPT ME by Julie Kenner
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