Friday, November 27, 2009

If your grandmother's name was Maria Immaculata...

... you have body hair. That's all there is to it. For mine, it was even sprouting out of my nose like some old dude. Gross and I bought one of those hair/nose trimmers in order to rectify the situation.

Today however, I discovered that the battery died or something. My trimmers were not working. In desperation, I grabbed my tweezers (used for my unruly eyebrows like normal women have and for my freakish once-in-a-while chin hairs that women with Italian grandmothers have), and yanked out all the hairs emerging from my nostrils. The pain made me wince, but the procedure was a success.

In other news, I'm moving in with the bf.

10 comments:

CoffeeDog said...

Moving in w/bf, good for you. :-)

katrocket said...

that's great news, Snooze! Congrats to you! xo

eroswings said...

You're Jesus's niece!?!

Quick, turn water into wine!

I think they have nose hair trimmer scissors--less painful than yankin em out.

Congratulations on the new move!

Ponita in Real Life said...

No Italian in my veins, Snooze, but the Viking blood produces the same results, except lighter in colour. I use scissors. ;-)

Great news on move! Congrats! xo

Lesley said...

My grandmother's name was Viola Venera Maria. Body hair, I has it too!

Congrats on moving on with the bf!!!

Inexplicable DeVice said...

Doesn't pulling nose-hairs out with tweezers make you sneeze, Snooze?

And in other commentary comments: Moving in? Yay! Congratulations!

Rox said...

You just yadda yadda'd a new commitment?! Nicely played! =)

Ugh. They hair. The worse my eyesight gets, the hairier I get. Coincidence?

Susan as herself said...

Oooh--I winced at that idea of plucking!

And congrats about the move-in!

Snooze said...

coffeedog and Katrocket: Thanks!

Eros: Would that I could turn water to wine. As for scissors, tweezing lasts way longer and eventually kills the hair.

Ponita: Ah Viking blood! that explains why your skin is so lovely and you have great bone structure.

Lesley: Wow - vive our grandmothers!!! Yes, you must be part of the club given your grandmother's name :-)

IDV: I'm a bit worried about sharing space. Are you coping well?

Rox: Finally I don't get zits and starts sprouting. No justice

Susan: Bf and I are in the process of acclimatizing the cats to his dog.

tornwordo said...

Wow, bf is a rare word for you.