Don’t believe me? Let me take you through how the whole conversation (read: three lines) went down.
“I never really nailed Kris Kringle because, to be honest, I always forget until the last minute,” she said told Rove McManus on their 2Day FM radio show Rove and Sam.
“I rummaged up a used tealight and a bar of soap,” Sam said.
Rove then joked that if she was gifting a random bar of soap, it’s not outside the realm of possibility for a rogue hair to have been left on the soap.
“I don’t have pubes. I laser,” she laughed.
So, that was that, with very little build up and context. But we’re pretty stoked she talked about lady pubes on radio. Next to follow #FreeTheNipple will clearly be #FreeThePubes.
Laser hair removal isn’t without its legions of fans, as women grapple with the idea that pubic hair may be something they are willing to part with permanently.
But while some are fine with it, others are horrified by the permanence of the treatment.
And some are totally terrified by the thought of a laser being so intimately firing at such a delicate space.
Also, it can hurt. A lot.
So how does it work? And what is this sorcery Frost speaks of?
The permanency of laser hair removal is the key to its popularity. And experts assure us the lasers are safe.
As described by Laser Clinics Australia, it’s “a fast, gentle and effective way to remove unwanted hair with permanent results.”