I came across this interesting picture on Twitter:
Seems pretty accurate to me as most of the 28% consists of trinkets to decorate the hair.
It raises a valid question: Just how hairy are dwarves?
Can we relate our human preferences on male inhabitants of Middle Earth?
The whole companion looks like it’s taken hair styling tips from an 80s pop band and I shudder (both in fear and in delight) to think what’s happening underneath that bulky clothing.
I’m not a big fan of overly hairy men and when I see one on the beach with a bearskin on his back, it makes me want to run up and wax that beast right off him, because that’s just animal cruelty…
A unibrow? Such a no no!
I get most men don’t actually have tweezers, but wouldn’t you just lay awake at night waiting for your partner to doze off just so you could pluck a hair or three?
I would and that’s probably one of the reasons I’m single 😉
This issue raises many questions
in an idle mind and needs to be thought through further.
Here are the hairy rules according to AgzyM.
Acceptable hairy areas:
Chest hair which does not spill out to the shoulders
Arm and leg hair, frankly a man looks disturbing without it
Facial hair that doesn’t store breakfast crumbs
Areas that need trimming:
Head hair because unless you’re an Aidan Turner or Kit Harington lookalike, grunge is dead and buried so it’s time to move on
Nose hair- if I can see it, it needs a trim
Armpit hair, unless you’re planning on braiding and beading it as some sort of Bob Marley tribute.
The errrmmm… southern regions.
If you’re going to invite someone for a picnic, mow the lawn is all I’m saying…
Wax on and wax off:
Ears are meant for listening and for hearing sweet nothings
Back, not even going to explain
So what say you, my darling readers?
Do the dwarves need to laser the fuzz off if they’re going to take their clothes off, or are they getting a furry pass on account of being…. well… dwarves?