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James McAvoy Reveals He Shaved His Balls With His Granddad's Razor
What's the best way to shave your balls?
If you hardly shave your love tackle, then you're really missing out on one of life's little pleasures. Most men are not accustomed to manscaping and may be nervous about taking a razor to such a sensitive area of the body; it's a lot of easier than you think, and the risk of cutting yourself is minimal if you just follow the rules. This is the most comprehensive and procedural guide you'll find on this subject, based on years of research, experience, trial, and error. With the razor, you can achieve a very smooth, close shave with some time and effort, while the body groomer is easier but perhaps less smooth.
How to Shave Your Balls
Sharing razorblades for shaving, eh? We've all been there and you're a liar if you say you haven't. Hell, even Peter Kay joked about his mum using his Mach3 Turbo. But there are some things we would rather not know about.
You're now a Real Man capitalized. The rest of you need to hop aboard the ball-shaving train. But if you have reservations train, reservations, get it? Ball chop: In the Middle Ages, men who wanted sons would have their left testicle chopped off because they thought the right testicle made male sperm, and the left made female sperm. Hangin high and low: Most men's left testicles hangs lower than their right.