I find it quite curious that I no longer need to shave my legs with any degree of frequency. It's not that I don't like smooth legs, mind you. It's just that hair doesn't grow on my legs at any real perceptible rate anymore. The moaning I did as a tween and teen and young adult about the jungle of leg hair is completely unnecessary now. I could probably go two or three months without taking a razor to my legs. No kidding.
I should celebrate, right?
And I would, so long as I didn't have to show other places where hair grows.
It seems that, as I age, the growth of leg hair is in direct inverse proportion to the growth of armpit hair.
If it were only that correlation, I'd keep it to myself. Sadly, it appears that the growth of leg hair is also in direct inverse proportion to the growth of chin hair. And nose hair.