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post #51 of 178
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Originally Posted by EdHocken View Post
Hey, I say it takes clean head to get head. Am I right fellas?
::man five::

I use the Mach 3 Turbo, and I shave in the shower without shaving gel or anything. I just use the water. For some reason if I do it any other way my skin gets irritated.
post #52 of 178
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And I hope whoever invented the Mach 3 now owns Gillette.
Sadly not, Proctor and Gamble owns Gilette. They bought them out recently.
post #53 of 178
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Originally Posted by C.Swicegood View Post
Mr. The Crow smells delicious. Where's the mint sauce?



Same here. And I recently went to taking the clippers to my scalp but I haven't attempted to take a razor to it yet.
You have nothing to fear with the blade to scalp. The skin on the scalp is alot less sensitive and tender than on the face. I just start from the back and work forward. Like mowing the lawn. Easiest thing in the world.
post #54 of 178
I'm surprised no one ever to actaully attempt shaving with butter. I imagine that Seinfeld episode discouraged everybody.
post #55 of 178
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Originally Posted by C.Swicegood View Post
Mr. The Crow smells delicious. Where's the mint sauce?
Face marination FTW. Should try with barbecue sauce. Your face will smell delicious.


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Originally Posted by dynamotv View Post
used Skin Bracer for after shave until a woman said I smell like Big Foot's dick.
She probably shouldn't have said that. How was the sex?
post #56 of 178
I once heard you could shave with peanut butter and it would perfectly fine. I assume you would use smooth.
post #57 of 178
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Originally Posted by dynamotv View Post
I also, once upon a time, used Skin Bracer for after shave until a woman said I smell like Big Foot's dick.
Which begs the question: where did she come across such information?
post #58 of 178
Mach 3 is all well and good if you're going completely clean shaven, but it sucks if you have a beard that you just want to clean up. The triple razor head is too big and not good for detail work. I use a single blade disposable women's razor. Yeah make fun of me all you want. For some reason, the pink women's disposable works much better than the blue men's one.
post #59 of 178
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There are at least two people on this board that haven't seen Anchorman.....
post #60 of 178
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Originally Posted by EdHocken View Post
I assume there is a mirror in the shower because I can't for the life of me try to shave without looking at my face.
Don't you know where your face is?

Shaving in the shower is where it's at. I've saved millions on shaving creams and balms and lotions.
post #61 of 178
Yeah I know where my face is but you can never be too careful.
post #62 of 178
Thread Starter 
You don't need a mirror to shave. I shave by feel.....or the force.
post #63 of 178
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Originally Posted by C.Swicegood View Post
Mr. The Crow smells delicious. Where's the mint sauce?
All this talk of me smelling delicious and nobody brings garlic and basil to the table. Fucking heathens, I swear....

In seriousness, though, supposedly, it has something to do with olive oil's specific chemical makeup being closely compatible with the oil inherent to human skin, meaning new hair grows in a lot easier and it absorbs the moisture easier than the chemicals and crap in normal shaving cream/after shave. I've always had a problem with the skin under my neck being irritated as hell. It's been slowly clearing up ever since I started.
post #64 of 178
Gillete Fusion lover here with accompanying cream.
Sides, neck, as well as weed-eating around the tree trunk and acorns, ifyaknowwhatimean (i leave the grass merely trimmed, though). Use an electric trimmer to shape my goatee.

Is this also for discussing experimental shaving areas? Tried shaving my taint once. Will never do that again. (note: I've been awake for 72 hours straight. Will probably regret this post later.)
post #65 of 178
I'm super lazy when it comes to shaving. I let it grow into a child molester beard-and-crustache before I finally shave it.
post #66 of 178
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Originally Posted by Greg Clark View Post
Gillete Fusion lover here with accompanying cream.
Sides, neck, as well as weed-eating around the tree trunk and acorns, ifyaknowwhatimean (i leave the grass merely trimmed, though). Use an electric trimmer to shape my goatee.

Is this also for discussing experimental shaving areas? Tried shaving my taint once. Will never do that again. (note: I've been awake for 72 hours straight. Will probably regret this post later.)
Quoted so you can't regret it.
post #67 of 178
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Originally Posted by Patrick Ripoll View Post
I'm super lazy when it comes to shaving. I let it grow into a child molester beard-and-crustache before I finally shave it.
Sounds like you're the perfect customer for this:

Pedophile Beards
post #68 of 178
I shave my legs using Dave's safety razor (yes, I'm one of those razor-stealing girls. I have no shame about this. It's a very nice razor.) and either very hot bathwater and/or whatever sort of soap we have on hand. I don't do this nearly as often as I really could, as sometimes I like to play Lillith Fair. Not with the armpits, though. Oh, no. They get the once over every day with the little single-bladed razor I keep in the shower. I can't skip a day without being driven to madness by the feel of my own underarms.
post #69 of 178
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I tried growing a beard once. I ended up looking like I haven't taken a bath in a week. Now that I shave my head on the regular, I'm going to give it one more shot so I can look like this.....

post #70 of 178
I never tried out of facial hair. And I would never have a beard, I can't stand having neck hair. It's just gross.
post #71 of 178
Ed, it sounds like you need to try some Mutton Chops.
post #72 of 178
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Originally Posted by EdHocken View Post
I never tried out of facial hair. And I would never have a beard, I can't stand having neck hair. It's just gross.
You mean you don't look like a scruffy Harvey Bullock? I'm so disappointed.
post #73 of 178
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Originally Posted by MissZooey View Post
I shave my legs using Dave's safety razor (yes, I'm one of those razor-stealing girls. I have no shame about this. It's a very nice razor.) and either very hot bathwater and/or whatever sort of soap we have on hand. I don't do this nearly as often as I really could, as sometimes I like to play Lillith Fair. Not with the armpits, though. Oh, no. They get the once over every day with the little single-bladed razor I keep in the shower. I can't skip a day without being driven to madness by the feel of my own underarms.
Thanks for chiming in. My heart goes out to the women on this issue. I can't imagine having to shave my pits and legs on the regular but as a guy, thanks for doing that. I've seen pics of women sporting the arm pit hairs and it's. just. not. right.
post #74 of 178
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Originally Posted by Doc Happenin View Post
Ed, it sounds like you need to try some Mutton Chops.
I've seriously considered it from time to time. I once tried to do it college but the stubble drove me nuts.

And yes Darkmite, I don't look like my avatar. Shocking as it maybe.
post #75 of 178
Gillette Mach 3 Turbo with vibe-action, with Barbasol Sensitive, for face & neck, a separate cartidge for ass and ballbag.
post #76 of 178
Ballbag?! *Snicker*
post #77 of 178
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Originally Posted by EdHocken View Post
I've seriously considered it from time to time. I once tried to do it college but the stubble drove me nuts.
If not the mutton chop, might I suggest a nice slightly-longer sideburn? If you've got the right hair for it, the chicks dig it. Trust me.
post #78 of 178
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Originally Posted by Mr. Fabulous View Post
Gillette Mach 3 Turbo with vibe-action, with Barbasol Sensitive, for face & neck, a separate cartidge for ass and ballbag.
You're a brave man. I can't even get near my balls with a blade. Too many bad memories of "Hard Candy". I have no problem using the same blade for head and face but yeah, it would probably be a good idea to have a dedicated razor for "down there". Which brings up another issue. Do any guys shave their chest and pits or am I the only neanderthal here?
post #79 of 178
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Originally Posted by Patrick Ripoll View Post
I let it grow into a child molester beard-and-crustache before I finally shave it.
This doesn't surprise me.
post #80 of 178
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Originally Posted by MissZooey View Post
If not the mutton chop, might I suggest a nice slightly-longer sideburn? If you've got the right hair for it, the chicks dig it. Trust me.
Oddly enough I was just about to start work on lengthing the sideburns. Gonna be the tenth doctor and all for halloween.
post #81 of 178
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Originally Posted by dynamotv View Post
Do any guys shave their chest and pits or am I the only neanderthal here?
I trim off the longer, curlier chest/armpit hairs (seriously, these things get ridiculous) and if I was in better shape (fixing that soon), I'd consider getting all of it removed. I'm like freaking Chewbacca.
post #82 of 178
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Originally Posted by dynamotv View Post
Thanks for chiming in. My heart goes out to the women on this issue. I can't imagine having to shave my pits and legs on the regular but as a guy, thanks for doing that. I've seen pics of women sporting the arm pit hairs and it's. just. not. right.
A bit of fuzzy pit hair on a woman: No big deal.
Darkened patch of pit hair on a woman: Also no big deal.
BRAIDED pit hair on a woman: The stuff of nightmares.

Also, for the record, my chest hair's sparse and soft enough where it doesn't matter, and keep my pits trimmed. Not hairless, but trimmed. The second it looks like Raptors stealth killed game hunters through there in The Lost World, it's gotta go.
post #83 of 178
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Originally Posted by Justin Clark View Post
BRAIDED pit hair on a woman: The stuff of nightmares.
Wait, what? Who? Where?

No.
post #84 of 178
Armpit hair on women. Truly one of nature's cruel evolution jokes.
post #85 of 178
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Originally Posted by MissZooey View Post
If not the mutton chop, might I suggest a nice slightly-longer sideburn? If you've got the right hair for it, the chicks dig it. Trust me.
Anybody else got the 90210 theme playing in their head now?

Duh-duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh-duh.
(fist pump)
post #86 of 178
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Originally Posted by dynamotv View Post
You're a brave man. I can't even get near my balls with a blade. Too many bad memories of "Hard Candy". I have no problem using the same blade for head and face but yeah, it would probably be a good idea to have a dedicated razor for "down there". Which brings up another issue. Do any guys shave their chest and pits or am I the only neanderthal here?
You'd be astounded at the scrotum's resilience. Then again, after the amount of vasectomai I've had, it's pretty much all scar tissue any way.

All kidding aside, go for it, don't be a wuss.
post #87 of 178
Hey, better to have lengthy sideburns that that damn 90s drape cut every guy seemed to have. 'Cept me because I was militant about not having hair infront of my face.
post #88 of 178
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Originally Posted by Misfit View Post
Anybody else got the 90210 theme playing in their head now?

Duh-duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh-duh.
(fist pump)
Nah, I was never into 90210. Think hipsters. Rock boys. Tasty, tasty rock boys...
post #89 of 178
Hmmm, rock boys...what?
post #90 of 178
My sideburns never worked well enough to grow them out. Rocked a Clooney cut for a while, though.

I've got the Fred Mertz happening now. I use a pair of Sony clippers set to 2 every couple of days.
post #91 of 178
Low slung jeans and ironic t-shirts and beat up canvas sneakers and bad hair and calluses from whatever instrument it is they play. Rowr.
post #92 of 178
I'd kill to grow some cool sideburns, but my facial hair is so damn coarse and red it looks ridiculous without growing a beard.
post #93 of 178
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Originally Posted by MissZooey View Post
Low slung jeans and ironic t-shirts and beat up canvas sneakers and bad hair and calluses from whatever instrument it is they play. Rowr.
Do I hear the slow mounful sensuel sound of...yes..yes it's is....*WAILING SAX*!
post #94 of 178
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Originally Posted by EdHocken View Post
Do I hear the slow mounful sensuel sound of...yes..yes it's is....*WAILING SAX*!
Shut it. I'm fine.
post #95 of 178
(Turns off *wailing sax*)
post #96 of 178
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Originally Posted by MissZooey View Post
Low slung jeans and ironic t-shirts and beat up canvas sneakers and bad hair and calluses from whatever instrument it is they play. Rowr.
All rendered moot by their whiny lyrics, the running guyliner, wearing more make-up than you, the skinny-fucking-tie and the aforementioned drape cut.
post #97 of 178
(fires up Yakkety Sax instead)
post #98 of 178
Works for me. *Runs really fast*
post #99 of 178
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Originally Posted by Doc Happenin View Post
All rendered moot by their whiny lyrics, the running guyliner, wearing more make-up than you, the skinny-fucking-tie and the aforementioned drape cut.
Clearly, we're not picturing the same guys. No whining, no eyeliner, tie optional, and low-maintenance hair. Also, they have to weigh more than me. I have tons of secret boyfriends in the music industry who meet these requirements.
post #100 of 178
Aah, gotcha. The old schoolers. I'm bombarded by the "emo rock" bands, so that's what comes to mind when I picture rockers nowadays.
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