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Thursday 15 January 2004 12.14pm
It is a rare day when I find myself disagreeing with TLMJJ, but the full monty (front, back) is properly known as a "Hollywood".

The "Brazillian" originally had a small landing strip (said strip being either "toothbrush or triangle"). However, many people now use the term "Brazillian" to encompass both.
Thursday 15 January 2004 12.30pm
James - I must be an agile devil! I'm gonna join David Lloyds.....:-)

Thursday 15 January 2004 12.45pm
And you'll look all neatly coiffeured for the changing rooms...
Thursday 15 January 2004 1.05pm
James - stop making me laugh again- my boss is looking- i am trying to look industrious-hard when i am giggling....

and all because the lady loves milk tray a.k.a. Studio 109 in Abbey street!

Thursday 15 January 2004 1.08pm
very good...
No! the legs felt comfortable
didn't like the stubbly itch that came in the weeks after
Thursday 15 January 2004 1.14pm
Jan - I knew your first post in this topic rang bells - Colonic Lavage - he was a French kid at my school!!! That's where I recognised it!
Thursday 15 January 2004 1.19pm
thinking of having a Brazilian done just for the SE1 social... the landing strip version but without guiding lights and a man waving Ping Pong paddles

speaking of Brazilian waxes and ping pong... just reminded me of my backpacking days in Bangkok!
Thursday 15 January 2004 1.19pm
any relation of colin le phew?

Thursday 15 January 2004 1.25pm
You must be good at yoga to moon backwards Jan

I wish I were that bendy... Oh! The possibilities!
Thursday 15 January 2004 1.38pm
Harriet - I stand corrected! Thank goodness I hadn't booked my bikini wax already or I'd have been in for a bit of a shock.....
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