her to be looking for solutions.
I think thereís a lot in the first sentence there.
If you love a girl enough, youíll love her whether or not she has a moustache.
Why does it bother you? Is i...
> This may be your first true test of love. My husband of 18 years has
> learned to live with it. I pluck though so it doesn't show where it
> shouldn't. It's really good to hear you are concerned enough about
> her to be looking for solutions.
I think there's a lot in the first sentence there.
If you love a girl enough, you'll love her whether or not she has a moustache.
Why does it bother you? Is it an embarassment to have other people see you with a girl with a moustache?
My older sister and I both developed very heavy moustaches as teenagers.
My sister decided not to shave hers and never has. She's gone through adult life (she's 50 now) wearing a moustache of pretty-well male proportions. Didn't stop her getting married or having three kids. Didn't seem to hinder her in business, either, though and she's quite feminine otherwise.
Unlike my sister, I was flat as a pancake and since I didn't want to be mistaken for a boy, I decided to shave. When I was 19 I met a wonderful guy, he knew before he took me out that I shaved and he's always been positive about my facial hair. We've been married for 28 years and have a large family. He's still positive about my facial hair, even though I now have growth on my chin too.
Make sure you like your gf enough to marry her whether she has a moustache or whether she hasn't.