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I remember the first time I ever saw a shaved Japanese girl. It was in Tokyo, at a bar in the Kabuki district. I was just starting to explore the city, and I was pretty young and impressionable. I was fascinated by the way they looked – all smooth, without any hair. I couldn't believe it. I wanted to try it myself. So I went to a barber and got my head shaved. It was a little scary, but it felt really good. I loved the way it looked, and I started doing it all the time. I even shaved my legs. It was liberating, and I felt like I was free. Eventually, I left Tokyo and moved to Los Angeles. But I never stopped shaving my head and my legs. I think it's something that's always going to be special to me.