I have trichotemnomania - not to be confused with the more commonly-known trichotillomania. Trichotemnomania is distinguished from trichotillomania in that those with trichotemnomania are obsessed with cutting or shaving off hair - rather than pulling it out as those with trichotillomania are.
I felt the need to make this post since trichotemnomania seems much less known as trichotillomania, and I wanted it to be more well known. An example of a character in popular culture with trichotemnomania is Fred from Courage the Cowardly Dog.
Trichotemnomania isn't a major part of my life, but I am still moderately obsessed with shaving hair. I should note that I've liked mowing lawns, which could be a symptom of my trichotemnomania - even though mowing lawns deals with long grass instead of hair.
Also, lately, I've been somewhat obsessed with The Simpsons, and have wanted to shave the hair off three characters in particular: Homer Simpson, Marge Simpson, and Ned Flanders.
First, Homer barely has any hair - aside from his wispy combover and hair above his ears. Since he barely has any hair, that wispy amount that he has left looks bad. He would look so much better if he shaved his whole head. In fact, his head was completely shaved when he was the prison snitch in the episode "The Seven-Beer Snitch," and indeed, he looked so much more well-manicured. If only he always kept his head shaved - and if only he also shaved off his five o'clock shadow, too.
Secondly, Marge also is a very obvious target. Her hair looks so tall, thick, and hot - and disproportionate to her head. If I could enter the Simpsons' world, I would take some hedge clippers and chop off the bulk of Marge's hair - and then neaten her hair up. That way, she would still have hair - but it wouldn't be so disproportionately thick and tall.
Finally, Ned has rather thick hair and a rather thick moustache, too - both of which I would be ever-so eager to shave off. I've tried to figure out why exactly I've felt that Ned's hair didn't look right to me, and I've lately figured that it's just too thick, rectangular, and straight. It just looks too shaggy and somewhat aesthetically unpleasing - compared to Reverend Lovejoy's hair, who still has a nice, full head of hair - but without looking so hot and shaggy.
For some time, I've felt that my hair is too long if it sticks through my fingers. Anything shorter than that is fine. I like hair, but shaving it is fun, too.