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Chest hairs can look exactly like pubes. That sounds like a much more reasonable explanation than the aforementioned theory. The only way I can justify it happening more than once and actually being pubic hair, is if he is resentful for having to care for her and doing it on purpose as a ,seemingly, secret payback. Otherwise, making soup shirtless seems more plausible.

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55- Most of the Asian people I know have little to no body hair. My husband is Vietnamese and no one in his family even have much leg hair let alone chest hair. I'm just saying this because it says she's from China.

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I actually laughed out loud at this comment because I never would have considered that someone might intentionally put pubic hairs into someone else's soup out of some kind of spite.

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What I find gross is he's not bothering to wash his hands when preparing his sick girlfriend food. It's one thing to scratch your balls or whatever he's doing. At least wash your damn hands. You'd think since he's her boyfriend he'd respect her a bit more.

He might not even be thinking of it while doing it. Talk to him so that he knows. Most boyfriends who care about their girlfriend would want to know if something was disgusting her, rather than finding out about it later on when it's too late to change anything.

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I think they mean, that the guy clearly doesn't realize he's "scratching his balls" or whatever, and getting it in the soup. It's a terrible habit, but I can't say anything because I'm not a guy, I've never experienced the needs XD

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77 is right. Bad habits are often exactly that: habits. You don't think of them while doing them. All OP has to do is point it out to her boyfriend, and if he cares about her his reaction should be "oh shit, sorry, I didn't even realize it" and then to put a conscious effort while cooking to avoid it from then on.

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