What is your preferred method of shaving?

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What is your preferred method of shaving?

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how do you men like to shave?

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electric shaver

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razor
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Gillette Mach3 Turbo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gillette_Mach3

I tried an electric shaver like the one in that image, and found it inefficient and painful. Though I'm considering getting an electric shaver that can cut to a specific length sometime.

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God damn it, I had this great thing planned out where I would create a 'Sweeney Todd' account and create some suitable post in this thread, and no one would know who actually posted it. BUT I used a slopsbox temporary email address, and slopsbox is currently down, so I couldn't activate the account. >: So that's why there's a random 'Sweeney Todd' account now. End of story.

Oh, and unfortunately I am an electric shaver loser. :(

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The answer is none! :eek That's right folks... Going to look like a young gnosticene ancient one day. Not council page young though...
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CK Guy wrote:God damn it, I had this great thing planned out where I would create a 'Sweeney Todd' account and create some suitable post in this thread, and no one would know who actually posted it. BUT I used a slopsbox temporary email address, and slopsbox is currently down, so I couldn't activate the account. >: So that's why there's a random 'Sweeney Todd' account now. End of story.
I, for one, appreciate the effort. Thanks.
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Tweeney Sod wrote:
CK Guy wrote:God damn it, I had this great thing planned out where I would create a 'Sweeney Todd' account and create some suitable post in this thread, and no one would know who actually posted it. BUT I used a slopsbox temporary email address, and slopsbox is currently down, so I couldn't activate the account. >: So that's why there's a random 'Sweeney Todd' account now. End of story.
I, for one, appreciate the effort. Thanks.
Cool, good work.

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I'm very lazy if it comes to shaving but when I do I use Gilette stuff.
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I'm more interested in getting answers to the question "Why do you shave?" :freud
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Because it's cultural inhabited?
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Post by KeenRush »

Is that your reason? :confused I generally meant personal reasons here, not why members of human race shave (not that I know that either). And before succumbing into the usual madness, let's just assume here we have free will to do what we like and our shaving isn't completely defined by external factors. :disguised
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KeenRush wrote: let's just assume here we have free will to do what we like and our shaving isn't completely defined by external factors. :disguised
Ok, than the answer is this: Nobody would shave in that case.
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Neither (yet).
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Razor. Gilette. Dunno what model or anything. Gets the job done.

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Post by Roobar »

I'm using Gilette M3 Power. The vibrating one, which uses batteries.

But believe me, it's not better than their previous models (such as Match 3 Turbo or the like). It seems that Gilette is just thinking of more and more ways to take more and more money from you, but in exchange, to bring you even worser junk products which are not even environmental friendly. This vibrating? It's no use! I didn't feel any difference. But they know how to make you believe that you'll buy a quality "new" product (well, at least before you buy it). garg! I'm very disappointed by their policy of bringing garg "new" products which are more expensive and more useless, just in the name of what... dominating the market?...

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Random non-electric razor I see when I step out of the shower. Don't need to use shaving cream even cause the hot water opens up the pores.

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