HEY, THE ADVERTISING MUST BE WORKING! LOOK AT ALL THESE QUESTIONS COMING IN!
THIS ONE'S ABOUT, BODY HAIR AND IT'S SIGNED, "SASQUATCH."
YEAH, ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT? ANDY HERE. YEAH, THE TEENAGE SURVIVAL GUY. UMM, FOR THE FLYERS, ADD THE LINE THAT PHOTOS ARE NOT REQUIRED IN THEIR EMAILS. YEAH, NO PICTURES. OKAY. BYE.
OKAY, NOW TO REPLY TO, "SASQUATCH."
One of the first signs of puberty you will notice is that you start to grow body hair. Even though you always had some hair, you will notice more of it and in places it never was before. You will start to have more hair on your arms and legs, and you will discover hairs growing under your arms and around your genitals (sex organs) and even around your anus (between your buttocks). Boys will start getting darker hairs on the outer corners of their upper lip - the first of the mustache hairs. As you are going through the stages of adolescence, your pubic hairs (hair around your genitals) will get darker, coarser, thicker and curly.
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