I am a trichotillomaniac (constant compulsion to pluck hair) so I usually have a pair of tweezers around and one in my hand.
I also really love horror movies, but I have to be mindful of jump scares and tense moments because I'm horrified that i will jerk and puncture my iris or cut myself deep. Up til now, I have only had superficial wounds and scratching.
I am a little fixated with pulling body. Looking at hair follicle and white, waxy root is oddly relaxing for me. I used to tweeze my eyelashes for not reason because I liked the sensation of tugging on them.
me too senpai i used to pull my eyelashes but since people complained about it now i only pull my pubes ( no one is gonna see it anyways )
>tfw pulling a hair that has a huge root
i love pubes that are near the shaft and the "stitched area" of the scrotum...the ones where you can see the follicle outline and sometimes coax it all out.
holy shit i'm excited thinking about it
i prefer the ones that are farther away from the benis.
they grow really fast and pulling off the little stubs with the huge roots is godly.
I try not too but the ones on the ballsack have great roots.
True. When you get itchy in one specific ball hair and track it down and its less than a cm long and you pull it out and that clear sort of fluid gel that sticks to it comes out....omfg better than orgasm.
>tfw pulling out a ingrown hair from a red area that has a root so big that it has a red spot at the end
>tfw blood comes out
I do exactly this, except I don't use tweezers because I feel like it's cheating. For some reason I only do it on the right side of my chin and my neck. I pluck them, examine the root and then dispose. I can't grow facial hair because I always end up with huge bald spots on my face. Also, the shorter the hair, the more I want to pluck it. The shorter ones are a challenge and they frustrate me to no end until I can get them out, but once they're out its cathartic.
that's really all i have to say about it.
Im trying to stop because its not good for the skin.
Never thought i would ever have a conversation about it.
Also every video on trichotillomania treatment its aways for the roasties.
I have minor trichotillomania where I only pull out my pubic hairs. I like feeling the particularly thick, kinky ones and pulling them out with my fingers. Sometimes I'll start to do it compulsively right before falling asleep, and I'll wake up in the morning to a pube covered bed.
It is gross and I am sort of ashamed.
Glad I'm not the only one here. I try to restrain myself but sometimes I feel this horrible irritation in my eyebrows and have to pluck them, and then I remain with bald spots that I have to cover with an eyebrow pen (I'm a guy btw).
For some reason my eyebrow hair just grows thicker and stronger, but damn it feels so satisfying wrestling with it in the mirror until you pluck the little bastard with its root and then play with it for a bit.
I also have some moles on my back and shoulders, and a few hairs grow on each of them. It's really hard getting the ones on the back but it feels so great once I do and the area is completely smooth...mmmmhm
never use forefinger, you will waste a lot of time and you don't get as good of a hold for the view. Stick with thumb and pinky...kind of cut your pinky nail and your natural thumb nail growth will make a good tweezer shape.
>have really good eyelash genetics
>long and plentiful
>so plentiful that in some spots there are just too many fucking hairs and one hair in the spot starts to hurt like a bitch for whatever reason
>obsessively pick at these patches to get the trouble maker out, and pull out many innocent hairs
>the pain that i feel when finally tugging on the trouble maker, and satisfaction when finally pulling it out
why the fuk does one lash hurt like a bitch?
>young me back in middle school
>completely zoned out
>pull out at least half of my eyelashes in one pull
>friend was looking
>"that's the sickest shit ive ever seen!"
>tells all our friends about it
good thing they were a metalheads and thought it was rad.
still haunts me a little though
>I didn't know so many robots where trichsters
I think I'm surpised, that people can extract so much satisfaction from a superfluous, meaningless moment. But dont take me wrong, I respect that.
the trill, the expectation for the moment, the intense but volatile pain. Some talked about frustration, and de relieve they feel
As >>26105294 mentioned the vast majority of people don't know what trich is let alone the name for it. I used to do it and I didn't even know the name of it until the day I forgot to pull my sleeves down in therapy.
>enjoys plucking hair
>doesn't pluck what is probably the second most hairy past of your body after your head