My Girlfriend Has Some Hair On Her Top Lip and It's Really Starting to Bother Me!?!?

Dear Couch,

My girlfriend has some hair on her top lip and it's really starting to bother me. I feel turned off every time I kiss her and I don't know how to confront her about it. Can you please help me?


Dear Weenie,

So you bagged the prize, you're calling her your girlfriend, and the infatuation goggles are wearing off so you're noticing some flaws your puppy love ass didn't see when this relationship started. Tough noogies!!! Suppose she waxes her lip, the next thing you'll be writing in about is her small breasts and big butt! Please! What are Ya gonna say?, " By the way honey. I didn't notice that Groucho Marx lip of yours at first. Mind painfully removing that hair on a regular basis for me please?" Try that and the only girlfriend you'll be worrying about hair on will be your hand.

Our point here is you're in a relationship after the original euphoria has passed and tiny flaws are going to stick out like a sore thumb. Come to think of it, we received a letter from a women this week complaining about her new boyfriend's penis size. This is completely natural when relationships start to settle into facing long term-ness. Asking your girlfriend to wax her lip could destroy your relationship, make it rocky, or she may just say it's something she was planning on anyway. Depends on your girlfriend and you know her better than we do, you hope. All we can say is try and do so as tactfully as possible. If this hair on the lip is just a symbol of your reluctance to take this relationship further, then do yourself and her a favor and put the brakes on now.

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