Waxing Methods That Are Less Effective Than Wearing Shorts on a Hot Leather Seat

Hair removal, what a pain! There are so many options out there for women who want to remove fuzzy pieces of their body, none of which are any more effective than wearing shorts on a sun-drenched leather seat and standing up real fast. Anyway, here are some tried-and-true techniques that you can always skip in favor of just wearing shorts on a hot leather seat:


Classic Waxing

Standard waxing involves applying a layer of wax to your hairea and using cloth to painfully rip it away. This tried-and-true method definitely works, but must be done by stripping away one small section at a time. Who’s got the time for that? Just go sit in a hot car for about an hour, then stand up and get out of the car quickly without thinking about it. Poof! Your legs are now fully hairless (and maybe a little skinless)!



Home Waxing

If you are confident in your waxing abilities, an at-home wax is the way to go. You’ll save a ton of money compared to a spa wax, but not as much money as you would by running past a restaurant with outdoor seating, squatting your butt down, and running away before the host asks you what you’re doing. You’ll get about a block away before the searing pain fills your eyes with tears. It’s cheap, easy, humiliating, and brave!



Getting laser hair removal can be quite an ordeal. You have to go in for so many sessions and it still may not work completely. Ultimately, ripping your leg hair on a sticky hot seat is exactly the same amount of pain with a fraction of the effort. Skip the hot beams of light and go straight to ruining the date you’re on by attempting to stand, but instead slowly peeling away your legs and going “ow ow ow ow ow ow ow.” You’ll look and feel terrible!


Waxing is a time-consuming and costly ritual. Why waste all your time, energy, and money, when you have such an efficient alternative that will make you look like a fool, but make your legs look smooth! Use what you’ve got to get the smooth legs you’ve always wanted — give or take a few skin patches.