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post #61 of 101 Old 01-16-2008
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Really? You thought we were being funny?
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I'm presuming the handle says it all?

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Well, yes, but this time I was being serious - stubble on the Admirals legs can cause untold of problems such as her sarong to not billow gracefully in the breeze, not to mention ripping the sheet hardened calluses off my hands.
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Chuck, I was just wondering, as your avatar is only neck upwards, do you also shave ya legs?

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You can fill up a cup with warm water, splash a little on your legs, put on the shaving cream and shave use the rest of the water in the cup to rinse off your razor, then you are done. With just one cup of water.
I know this not from living on a boat but from shaving while I watch TV in the bedroom. hehe
Watched my wife use this method last week.
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uhm...

ya know..i try to avoid shaving my legs..or other body parts when i sail...
i did however shave off my beard..now just rocking a 'stache.
my legs are pretty sexy..hair or no...

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ya know..i try to avoid shaving my legs..or other body parts when i sail...
i did however shave off my beard..now just rocking a 'stache.
my legs are pretty sexy..hair or no...

Does that mean you sail often, only before breakfast.. or just on special occasion???

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Are we using: Straight Razors? Safety Razors? Electric Razors? Tweezers? or one of those hair pulling machines? Waxing?
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Does that mean you sail often, only before breakfast.. or just on special occasion???
hey...
uhm...can ya 'splain that to me lucy?
hey..i hate shaving..so i only do it when absotively, posolutely necessary.
sportin a 3 day growth now..
doing food photo shoot this weekend..and lots of wine w/ some friends.
am gonna try to go in a few weeks.

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