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Old 01-29-2006, 02:06 PM   #51
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Hey gals...we should get in on this ....women's razors are expensive as all get out too...except we don't have to worry about cutting our face...

So what's the Bronco gals poll...electric or disposable?
Face? We just want a smooth beaver! We don't care if your the bearded lady as long as you have a smooth beaver...
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Old 01-29-2006, 02:23 PM   #52
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By the way, i haven't met one girl who actually likes hairy balls.
Of course they don't like it. But if they're with me, they're going to have to deal with it.
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Old 01-29-2006, 02:26 PM   #53
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I think I will just leave them air conditioned...if some chick wants them bald she can do it...

I've shaved beaver, but nuts are delicate...

I tried kicking a GF in the nuts and just got a broken nose...

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Old 01-29-2006, 04:41 PM   #54
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anyone shave their balls? And how do you do it...?


Order you some of this stuff. It works great! Leaves you smooth as a baby's arse.




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Old 01-30-2006, 01:39 PM   #55
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microwave pube removers wow ....how long does a guy stick his pecker in for ??.....sure scares the **** outta me waiting for the pinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng
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Old 01-30-2006, 01:58 PM   #56
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microwave pube removers wow ....how long does a guy stick his pecker in for ??.....sure scares the **** outta me waiting for the pinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnng

I know im not sticking my guy in there, tahts for sure.
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Old 01-30-2006, 02:08 PM   #57
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shoved mine in worse places
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Old 01-30-2006, 02:46 PM   #58
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I have a braun electric razor. Been using it for years. All other electrics irritate my skin. Braun is "The Answer" in electric razors.

No cuts.
No irritation.
I replace the blades about once every 2 to 3 years.
Not one ingrown hair.

I will put my electric against ANY blade on the market.
Crazy, you got this right. Braun electrics are the best, tho I change blades and the screen 12-18 months. The newest models clean themselves with alcohol, adding to the hassle and expense. I prefer the older ones you just open and shake out the hairs.
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Old 01-30-2006, 03:02 PM   #59
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I'm getting my beard lasered off. Screw that old straightblade stuff!
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Old 02-03-2006, 11:22 AM   #60
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Sorry for bumping this but has anyone else tried the Gillette Fusion? I got it and the cream last night and it was great. I had a pretty good sized beard going on and it went right through it. The gel feels good and the razor is cool as hell looking. 10 bucks for one blade and a power razor though, thats the only draw back.
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Old 02-03-2006, 11:29 AM   #61
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How long do I have to stick my balls in the microwave, and how do I shut the door?
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Old 02-03-2006, 11:32 AM   #62
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We are clearly in offseason mode...
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Old 02-03-2006, 12:06 PM   #63
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My Grandpa gave me a 1946 Gillette Super Speed. This is what it looks like

After using Mach 3's forever and still getting some razor burn, I finally took the dive and overcame my fears of cutting a major artery.

I recently purchased a brush and soap kit from Burt's Bees, and away I went.

WOW, I'm in total agreeance with Kaylore. After a month using the double edged razor, brush and soap, i absolutely love it.

Never going back to anything else ever again.

And a pack of replacement blades costs 4 bucks at Walgreens.

I've noticed that I can come from my sideburn area, allllll the way down to my lower neck;flip the blade over, come all the way back up that same line and my skin is smoother than a baby's ass. Shaving is now a joy.

I will say this though...you screw up with this puppy, and chunks of skin will be missing.

Hooray for old fashioned shaving

great thread by the way - i'm going to order one of those badger haired brushes soon
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Old 02-03-2006, 01:05 PM   #64
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Best shave IMO water and the triple blade with the alo strip.

smooth shave and long lasting blade
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Old 02-03-2006, 01:30 PM   #65
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Hooray for old fashioned shaving

great thread by the way - i'm going to order one of those badger haired brushes soon
Awesome. Welcome to the old school scene. The best kind of hair has white tips on the end. It comes from some portion of the badger (neck, I think) that holds the most water. Make sure you get a good scented soap. After awhile, your brush absorbs the scent and is an added bonus.

I don't think people believe how cool it is and how nice a shave it becomes. I look forward to my shaves now. It's cheaper too. 30 stainless stell platinum plated blades for $15 and you can use one a month without having to clean the crap out of them all the time like you have to with tripple/quadrupple bladed heads.
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Awesome. Welcome to the old school scene. The best kind of hair has white tips on the end. It comes from some portion of the badger (neck, I think) that holds the most water. Make sure you get a good scented soap. After awhile, your brush absorbs the scent and is an added bonus.

I don't think people believe how cool it is and how nice a shave it becomes. I look forward to my shaves now. It's cheaper too. 30 stainless stell platinum plated blades for $15 and you can use one a month without having to clean the crap out of them all the time like you have to with tripple/quadrupple bladed heads.

i got the mach 3 and i just rinse it ou and i dont have the cleaning problems.
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i got the mach 3 and i just rinse it ou and i dont have the cleaning problems.
How long do your blades last and what soap/gel/foam do you use?
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How long do your blades last and what soap/gel/foam do you use?

I am very lazy and shave about once ever week or 2. Blades last a month, maybe 2. I shave in teh shower with regular soap.
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I am very lazy and shave about once ever week or 2. Blades last a month, maybe 2. I shave in teh shower with regular soap.
Ok so that's 1.5 shaves a week times roughly 6 weeks. Roughly nine days per blade, which is about where I was at. Since I shave almost every day, it wasn't worth the cost in razors for me. In your case I can see why shaving isn't quite as big a deal but for me it's part of my daily grooming regimen so a better, less expensive process is worth my notice.

The classic blades I'm using now last longer, are cheaper and give me a closer shave that also doesn't grow back as fast. The soap makes my face feel and smell good and the brush softens the bristles, opens pores and exfoliates your skin.

Some people want to stick to their thing and never try anything new and that's ok. I just started this thread to suggest how there are better options out there that people should try.
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So am I the only one that has tried the new Fusion blade?
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Ok so that's 1.5 shaves a week times roughly 6 weeks. Roughly nine days per blade, which is about where I was at. Since I shave almost every day, it wasn't worth the cost in razors for me. In your case I can see why shaving isn't quite as big a deal but for me it's part of my daily grooming regimen so a better, less expensive process is worth my notice.

The classic blades I'm using now last longer, are cheaper and give me a closer shave that also doesn't grow back as fast. The soap makes my face feel and smell good and the brush softens the bristles, opens pores and exfoliates your skin.

Some people want to stick to their thing and never try anything new and that's ok. I just started this thread to suggest how there are better options out there that people should try.
ya can't old school shave in the shower very well...and that's when I shave to cut down on time and clean up...I may spend more on blades, but I save time in the process

time value of money baby
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It doesn't matter what I do or use really. My skin is ultra sensitive, so two days after shaving, I look like I caught a load of rock salt in the face/neck.....everytime. Shaving everyday is a disaster for me, so I generally shave once a week as a result.

Been using a Gillette Sensor for years simply because it does the least amount of damage to me
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i got the mach 3 and i just rinse it ou and i dont have the cleaning problems.
Another trick is wash out the blade from the back of the razor. Most men rinse the blades from the front which just pushes the hair deeper into the spaces between the blades.
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How long do your blades last and what soap/gel/foam do you use?
For me no soap just warm water I shave daily and the blades last about a month.
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Kaylore - i still can't figure out how to post quotes, but I'll definitely look for the ones with the white tips. Good info, good links too. I read through that whole thing, I'm wondering now what kind of base the Burt's Bees soap has, and if would make a difference. It feels pretty damn smooth, but it couldn't hurt to try the other stuff out.
Before I started using the brush and soap that i've got, I just used Barbasol for a while, that seemed to work fairly well.

The BEST tip i've got though (and mile high sack, this might work for you) I bought myself a fogless mirror for the shower. I wouldn't try the old fashioned way without a mirror, because I'd end up looking like edward scissorhands, but a cheap fogless mirror works great. That way you get all of the steam, hot water, and less mess.

I'm with you though kaylore.....No ingrown hairs, No red bumps or irritated skin, much closer shave that lasts longer for me. I only have to shave once every three days now.

I wonder if the blade quality makes a huge difference?

I used the original blades from 1946 until I lost em but so far i've been impressed with the stock Walgreens blades. i DID learn a pretty nasty lesson though the other day.....
To open the blade compartment on mine, you've got to twist the bottom part of the handle on the razor. A few weeks ago i had replaced a blade, but i forgot to screw it back down all the way. First swipe was right on the back of my jawline, underneath the ear.........HOLY SH*T. Large chunk of skin removed. MAKE SURE THE BLADES ARE LOCKED DOWN TIGHT.

Since then i've been extremely careful, and haven't had any more incidents. Nothing but great things to say about the old fashioned ways though.

And you're absolutely right, the cleaning is a snap. If you really want to get fancy, you can just soak the head in alchohol overnight once or twice a month.

Once again though, great idea for a thread.

LETS GO OLD FASHIONED SHAVERS
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