The letter for today is: H, where I feature hairy and hot-potato.
I've noticed men are gradually losing the hair on their skin. I say this because of my observations about those I've known.
When my six-foot-four inch son matured, he didn't grow facial hair. Of course, this lack caused him embarrassment. I'm sure he saw the benefit over time.
During evolution men kept their facial hair for protection when they braved the elements, while women stayed safe and warm in the cave, cooking hot potatoes on the coals.
Now, men stay sheltered as well. Hence, they don't need hair. I've noticed men lose hair on their crown too. I don't know why the same thing doesn't happen to most women.
My man's body doesn't grow thick hair either. In my mind, he's highly evolved. He stays in the kitchen, planning and cooking the meals, sometimes even producing hot potatoes. In this sense, evolution shows the co-relation between hair-on-men and hot potatoes.