>Recently, I was thinking about the challenges of urban sprawl and I noticed that urban sprawl and pubic sprawl actually have a lot in common.  Both begin urban communities and pubic hair begin developing in a central area.  As more growth occurs, space becomes less available, and new development begins to take place outside of the hub area.  Suddenly, untouched territory is now seeing large amounts of development.  Over time, the growth takes place further and further from the hub, requiring more infrastructure to deal with it, whether that means more highways and public transportation (urban sprawl) or more shaving, waxing, or depilatories.

Scary how similar they are.