I wore a beard from about 1980 until radiation therapy decided to make about half of my whiskers fall out. Now I shave the remaining patches, which makes me feel like I’m betraying the whiskers that boldly, strongly withstood the attack. Sorry, guys.
I don’t like the whole shaving cream and safety razor thing (no matter how many blades they put in them), and I can’t keep running to the barber for a professional straight razor shave, so I bought an electric shaver. The last time I had one was in the ‘70s, and it didn’t do a very good job. Shavers have improved a lot since then. My new one does a good job. Nice and close. Quick and easy.
Used to be only bums and Beatniks had beards. The "herd" just does whatever.ReplyDelete
I recall a woman saying she didn't want a Brillo pad between *her* legs.
Is that the Remington R3-4110A?ReplyDelete
How'd you choose?
It was the cheapest cordless one at Walmart.Delete
I’ve grown to enjoy the shaving cream/razor thing, but I haven’t tried electric in forever. Might have to give it a try too.ReplyDelete