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Old 10-28-2011, 10:14 AM   #151
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:05 AM   #152
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Here this joke on TV last night:

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I heard all the rage now a days is that women shave their pussies bald. Why is it when I finally get to see one it looks like it has been up all night trying to solve a murder case??

LOL made me laugh.
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Old 02-10-2012, 09:33 PM   #153
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So Matty, you've had the Merkur 180 for about 5 months now, how is it? I just purchased mine off Amazon last night and it should be here by next week, I finally got tired of using cheapo razors, and the electric trimmer I used when I was growing the beard from Dec-Jan doesn't work that well on scrub, so here I am. I'm looking forward to trying it out. I went with the crystal blades as well.
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Old 02-10-2012, 10:30 PM   #154
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I used it a handful of times, but I'm back to my fusion. Just wasn't a fan.
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Old 02-11-2012, 09:51 AM   #155
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Ouch. I guess I'll see then.
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I found it to be too much work. You have to basically shave twice, and some areas are more problematic than others and take multiple passes. There's definitely a learning curve to it, and I just didn't care to learn it.
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Old 02-11-2012, 10:42 AM   #157
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I found it to be too much work. You have to basically shave twice, and some areas are more problematic than others and take multiple passes. There's definitely a learning curve to it, and I just didn't care to learn it.

It definitely takes more time to shave...it takes me about 3 min to shave each side of the face. It has become an every other day ritual for me.
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:20 AM   #158
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I found it to be too much work. You have to basically shave twice, and some areas are more problematic than others and take multiple passes. There's definitely a learning curve to it, and I just didn't care to learn it.
Well at least I'll know that when I start shaving with it. My morning routine is busy enough as it is, so I guess I'll set aside time at night to shave. At this point, anything is better for me than what I'm using, I bought an average electric trimmer that works great when you have a beard, but when you're just trying to get rid of stubble it really doesn't compare to a close shave.
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:26 AM   #159
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I took Lotus's advice, I gave up shaving around Thanksgiving, been rocking a beard all winter.
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Old 02-11-2012, 12:19 PM   #160
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I took Lotus's advice, I gave up shaving around Thanksgiving, been rocking a beard all winter.
I did the same, I started in early December and went until the end of January, until I finally got tired of it and just trimmed the whole thing off.
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I've been rocking my beard since July. It's almost James Harden-esque now.
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Old 02-11-2012, 03:30 PM   #162
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i have shaved maybe 3 or 4 times in the last year. i use a beard trimmer with the shortest setting and "shave" with that. no make matters worse, the hair below my jawline grows west to east as opposed to north to south. it's almost impossible to shave evenly with the contours of my jaw/neck. ingrown hairs are unavoidable.
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Read about Dollar Shave Club this morning, and it looks very tempting...

I've found the Gillette Sensor 3 Disposables to work out very well for me. I shave in the shower, and one of the disposables lasts me a month at twice a week when I'm not rocking my beard. I got sick and tired of watching the blades go up in cost, and don't necessarily care to learn to shave with old-school razors. If that's your bag, more power to ya. I want shaving to be over and done with.
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Read about Dollar Shave Club this morning, and it looks very tempting...

I've found the Gillette Sensor 3 Disposables to work out very well for me. I shave in the shower, and one of the disposables lasts me a month at twice a week when I'm not rocking my beard. I got sick and tired of watching the blades go up in cost, and don't necessarily care to learn to shave with old-school razors. If that's your bag, more power to ya. I want shaving to be over and done with.
I'm definitely going to look into that
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Read about Dollar Shave Club this morning, and it looks very tempting...

I've found the Gillette Sensor 3 Disposables to work out very well for me. I shave in the shower, and one of the disposables lasts me a month at twice a week when I'm not rocking my beard. I got sick and tired of watching the blades go up in cost, and don't necessarily care to learn to shave with old-school razors. If that's your bag, more power to ya. I want shaving to be over and done with.
Looks very interesting, but I've had the Merkur 180 for about a month now and so far so good. I only shave once every 3-4 days right now, and I have to use a new blade every time I shave, but since I bought the 100 pack of blades for 6 bucks I don't have a problem with that. I can definitely see why people prefer other razors though, if I don't watch what I'm doing it's very easy to get sliced.
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