Parenting after 35

nature is cruel

Why is it that if we have over pluck our eyebrows and want them to be full again, the previously plucked hairs never come back...but pluck a chin hair 1000 times and that sucker keeps on returning???? Nature sure has a twisted sense of humor.

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Re: nature is cruel

  • PeskyPesky member
    I hear you.  Just like when you have energy to burn in your 20s and could eat a box of twinkies and not gain an ounce but by the time you're in your 40s, you look at a twinkie and gain 5lbs plus less energy yet have to drag yourself to work out.  Cruel indeed.

    DD -- 5YO
    DS -- 3YO

  • I couldn't agree more!!!  What the heck is wrong with this picture? LOL!!

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  • Lol so true! I have an endocrine disorder, so my hair (on my head) is fine and thin and there's even a bald-ish patch where it's parted, but the hairs on my chin and upper lip grow like weeds! Have to use an electric tweezer on them. Gaah!
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  • Makes me this of Homer "Oh cruel fate why do you mock me!" Good luck tweezing.
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