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Old 05-19-2006, 12:16 PM   #21
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I really like the mach 3, new blad is the best.......
Mach 3+new blade+Gel = face that is smoother than a freshly waxed bonne
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Gellin' like a felon... and Mach 3 is the only way to fly.
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I usually use a can of Hairspray and a Bic lighter. Takes about a whole 2 seconds to clear my stubble..........Creamer????
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i shave dry with a plain jain razor all i do is wet the razor a little *then i quess it really isnt shaving dry then *
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I usually use a can of Hairspray and a Bic lighter. Takes about a whole 2 seconds to clear my stubble..........Creamer????
I've done something similar to that once.

It involved 10 lbs of flour, a camp fire, and 7 guys throwing said flour at the fire, whilst I was jumping over it. WHEE!
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I usually use a can of Hairspray and a Bic lighter. Takes about a whole 2 seconds to clear my stubble..........Creamer????
I've done something similar to that once.

It involved 10 lbs of flour, a camp fire, and 7 guys throwing said flour at the fire, whilst I was jumping over it. WHEE!
I didn't realize that'* what we thought we were talking about shaving......
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I usually use a can of Hairspray and a Bic lighter. Takes about a whole 2 seconds to clear my stubble..........Creamer????
I've done something similar to that once.

It involved 10 lbs of flour, a camp fire, and 7 guys throwing said flour at the fire, whilst I was jumping over it. WHEE!
I didn't realize that'* what we thought we were talking about shaving......
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im a creamer aswell, if i have to shave consecutive days sometimes ill use hot water, but once a week i have to sling some cream on my face or id be hurtin
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I usually use a can of Hairspray and a Bic lighter. Takes about a whole 2 seconds to clear my stubble..........Creamer????
I've done something similar to that once.

It involved 10 lbs of flour, a camp fire, and 7 guys throwing said flour at the fire, whilst I was jumping over it. WHEE!
I didn't realize that'* what we thought we were talking about shaving......[/quote

Neither DID I
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