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When my better half and I were engaged, but living 3000 miles apart, she'd occasionally use my razor for her legs... and I've never seen a razor get dull so fast... women must have silicon carbide for leg hair...cause it dulls a razor faster than anything else I've ever seen. Two day leg stubble might as well be 80-grit sand paper.
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... and I've never seen a razor get dull so fast... women must have silicon carbide for leg hair...cause it dulls a razor faster than anything else I've ever seen. Two day leg stubble might as well be 80-grit sand paper.
Wow Dog,
your not making very many friends with the ladies.
Others might think this, but would never say it out loud.
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Sand paper (220 grit) - what's everyone else use?
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Chuckles, do you finish with a coat of Turtle wax??

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Sand paper (220 grit) - what's everyone else use?
Try this bad boy . . . just make sure you keep it moving, quickly!

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I put the sand paper on my pillow, the next morning, I put milk on my head and the cat gets the rest.
I am not loosing my hair, I know where they went and decided to let them be free.

Roman's used to use flaming sticks to shave (burn off) hair from legs, pits and pubes - any ladies ever try that?
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When cruising, you have lots of free time, right??? What about tweezers...one-at-a-time
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A bit sadistic, isn't it? Hey TJK, what does your better half think of this idea???

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SD,
Seems to me that tool would remove a bit more than unwanted hair.

With my heat-gun method of depilation, the ladies could also benefit by achieving a nice, healthy tan.
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