Have you ever had a professional manicure and/or pedicure?
Yes. I have a daily appointment with my manicurist and pedicurist (both chinamen- see, I told you I love the Chinese!!!)
I pay them extra to harvest my nail clippings and spin the keratin into hair fibers, which they plant in my scalp daily.
😳 I shouldn't be here
That's accurate. You're not welcome in this place.
😭😭 at least I wasn't targeted as a man... I just happened to see the poll 😳
I would probably kick the poor gal in the face
Why's that? Ticklish?
Funny you asked! I just had my first manicure and pedicure yesterday! My company gave me a certificate for it. It was relaxing, but I'd never pay that amount of my own money for it!
Nope, I'd be too embarrassed about the condition of my nails going in to be honest. I really like your profile picture by the way.
Chances are, they've seen way worse! It's totally worth it.
Much appreciated... I took it last year at Forrest Park Cemetery. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forest_Park_Cemetery_(Brunswick,_New_York)
My answer to both polls is yes.
I've only had them before I got married.
I had a manicure for my wedding. That was the only time though.
Why isn't the male/ female filter working on this poll
Or did you target just men
I think this is as just targeted to men.
Yeah, it's targeted toward men. I asked a poll about hooking up targeted toward women. Two stereotypical activities based on a person's sex.
I wanna know the hooking up data
So was it asking if they have ever done it.
No. It was about women going out specifically to have a one night stand.
Ahh, they are the correct target audience for that. They control those cards.
Yes, particularly if I am going to a tropical beach resort
Not a fan of manicures. Really like pedicures. Massage chair, beer, foot massage and you don't have to cut your own toenails - for one low price!!!
Ok - low may be perspective based but one price for all that. It's a value in my eyes.
Not for me
Have you tried it?
So what makes you think it's not for you?
Knitting was once a manly endeavor and only for men. So was quilting. Why let something like the ever changing definition of manly impact his you act?