He only needed one and he had some help!
Cheetah shaved him? That's one talented hairy friend.
Jane wasn't talented enough. She barely knew, how to get a grip.
Looks like she's doing OK to me!
Jane plucks hairs....
That's pubic hair, you silly dingleberry.
I've never been called a dingleberry before.Glad I looked in...
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.
Because he was only 11.
According to the author, he learned to shave with a knife "rudely and painfully". (In today's society, he would have lots of little pieces of t.p. stuck to his face.)
That's where he got bitten and used ants like stitches! It's true! I saw that movie!
No, my aunties never used that stuff on Tarzan. Only parrot bites and certain amounts of lemur sperm.
It's a little known part of the story that his mother was a "Native American"... kidnapped from her people and "rescued" by his father. Thus, Tarzan inherited the trait of having very fair/sparse facial hair from his mother's people.
I've seen - actually seen them - native Americans with quite a lot of the bush under their upper chin.
It's a myth that they can't grow facial hair.
But it's generally "fair / sparse".
Of course, if they have European ancestor at some point, the chance increases of their facial hair being more visible.
They photo shopped it off.
Testes hadn't descended yet?
I'd love to see, when that happens. Earthquakes in a jungle are not to be taken lightly.