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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by StickyGreenGamer, Feb 7, 2012.
ha, cool wife.
Around this time of year I like to shave my pubes into a heart.
I think I need to shave before I get a Fu Man Chu going.
Me too. It's a good break from the landing strip I usually do.
Landing strips are for women, cockpit.
I shave every other day, with a bit of a stubble (Occasionally) every other day.
I tried my initials. Just ran out of room.
SGG would require quite a bit of room.
It was only a matter of time before we started talking about pubic hair.
To be perfectly honest, I eventually intended to turn this thread to that topic. Just wanted to get it rolling first.
I figured that way people would know where to return it in case I lost it.
i use clippers. if i shave with an electric razor or a blade my face explodes into a mess of painful gross bumps for 5 days.
so it's a 5'oclock shadow every day for me. but always keep it very short. nothing worse than the scruffy half assed bear look. screams i don't give a shit, and also makes most guys look hideous unless you're an underwear model.
I hate shaving. Razors give me horrible bumps and irritation. Electric shavers don't really get a close shave. Pisses me off.
This is my issue as well. I never go clean shaven since I look like I'm just starting High School, it doesn't roll well.
I get razor burn only on my neck a little but I easily combat that by showering after I shave, not before. Or even shave in the shower if you want.
You should look into safety razors and, if you've go the gumption, straight razors--they dramatically reduce the amount of bumps and irritation (less blades (1), much sharper blade,) as well as real shaving creams (as opposed to mainstream commercial crap). Look no further than here.
The only caveat is that you have "re-learn" how to shave--but fortunately there are a plethora of youtube tutorials to get you started. I started shaving using a safety and I would never go back--my shaves are smoother, nick and cut free, and I actually look forward to them(especially lathering my face with the badger brush).
The whole thing is less conventional, but feels better, and I find the whole exercise to be quite manly.
I only shave like once or twice a week, and i always keep my little quasi-beard, because without it i have the baby face. Helps my chin.
I got a straight razor for the best man of my wedding party, but I don't think he ever uses it. I would love one, but I'm thinking of keeping a beard for awhile anyway.
And if you ever get bored you can pretend to be Mr. Blonde from Reservoir Dogs.. 8)
I can't be the only one who sees the solution there. Just take his back. If he complains about it missing, you know he uses it. If he doesn't, you got yourself a razor. Win win.
Well I know he's used it a few times. And I'm obviously not going to take back his personalized groomsman gift. But I doubt he's fully replaced his shaving routine with it.