For years I have enjoyed the fashion for the smooth mahogany chests of David Beckham and Daniel Craig as James Bond. But according to recent surveys, male chest hair is back in fashion. Out of 100 women surveyed, 76 said they like hair on a man's chest. Obviously, they weren't referring to so much hair that they'd be able to comb and style it with hair products, but just enough to run their fingers through. Mind you, only 34% said they liked the entire front side (chest and stomach) covered with hair. 85 said that they got excited when they saw a tiger line (the line of hair that runs from your chest down the middle of your stomach leading to that wonderful sacred area). Some women like it, some women don't, I guess is just like some guys like bigger or smaller breasts. Chest hair always comes in handy in the shower to work up a nice lather with a bar of soap.
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This development has been hailed as the revival of the sort of 'macho' man who doesn't belong to a club, but has a club that belongs to him. The caveman is back. Real men have finally triumphed over the epicene figures created by feminism - the kind of metrosexuals, such as several members of the Chelsea football team, who actually choose to shave their chests if they are not naturally smooth.
Chest hair is completely acceptable within certain amounts. If you can see it through a sweater, it pops out over the top of a shirt, or can be braided, that needs to be trimmed.