Ever Wonder Why You Grow Stray Hairs on Random Parts of Your Body?
Let's just get right to it: I'm a very hairy person, and I'm cool with that. I'm used to having hair on my head, and other netherbits. It even creeps its way down to my toes. I have so much hair that I've learned not to care too much about removing it and to just let it do its thing instead. That was, until this week, when I noticed a hair spring up somewhere I'd definitely never seen before: on my neck. The sensation of that little sucker was so new and strange that it tested my hard-earned hair apathy. It bothered me so much, that I actually spent an entire Tuesday evening debating how to pluck out my neck hair. Ultimately, I did — and discovered it was connected to yet another single strand hiding underneath it. Because I can't let things go, I decided to find out once and for all: what causes us to grow random, stray body hairs? Should I be worried? Keep reading to learn probably more than you ever want to know about those pesky random strands.