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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Yep. Unreal.
    Sheesh time flies.

    Knowing you, check out some of the German made stuff...

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    Just buy the kid a walking stick to beat the ladies off if you are giving him clubman. You will be a grandpa within months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by banded_mallard View Post
    All this talk about straight razors has reignited my desire to learn to use a straight razor. Anyone ever ventured in that direction. Is it worth it over a safety razor. I canít get more than 3-4 shaves out of a drugstore razor Gillette you name it. My face must be the most sensitive skin on the planet.
    My advice is to try the safety razor first. The learning curve is much steeper with a "cutthroat" razor.
    \"Free your mind, your ass will follow\"

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilliams View Post
    Just buy the kid a walking stick to beat the ladies off if you are giving him clubman. You will be a grandpa within months.

    Some online reviews:

    "Yesterday I received my bottle of Clubman after shave. As I opened the bottle and took the first whiff I knew this was an aftershave for a man's man. The smell took me back in time as I clearly remembered it's scent wafting through the air the day the entire varsity pom's squad lost their virginity. Within a couple hours of the first application I found myself in a crushed velvet chair, wearing a smoking jacket sipping single malt scotch and eating a 3 pound platter of bacon with Ron Swanson. "

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    Safety razors ainít expensive or fancy. A razor cost $20 or less. Less than a gillette refill. Or you can spend a lot. You can get blades for as little as a nickel and shave all week with it.

    America got hoodwinked in the 90ís. The multiblade cartridge razor is a solution looking for a problem.

    My complexion is a lot better without the ingrown hairs from using a 6-bladed POS.

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