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    Razor: Dubl Duck Special #1
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    -Shower with washing the face
    -Wilkinson soap
    -Edwin Jagger BB brush
    -TM red Latigo 2.5" strop
    -Genco Grant 9/16 Finally dialed in the way I remember her from before!
    -I think the stubble ran away before it touched my face
    -Pinaud Bay Rum - Burned a little due to the combination of FFTH blade and high alcohol content

    All in all, success!!!

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    Location: Athens Greece
    Razor: Kamisori Ichihara
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    Cream: Fitjar Citrus & Bay Rum
    Bowl: Hammam Tas
    ASB: La Saponeria del Titano (San Marino Europe)
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    Prep: Hot shower
    Brush: Neep with a large extra stuffed silvertip knot in a Kenya soapstone handle
    Razor: Max Sprecher
    Soap: Cade
    AS: Ogallala, Limes and Peppercorns
    Strops: Neil Miller
    Result: Very, very clean

    This razor's estupendo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle7372 View Post
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    Oh very nice image; very nice...

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    Now THAT'S the sort of car I'd like! Perfect!

    Quote Originally Posted by sebell View Post
    I'm sure I'm already over-staying my welcome with the same old kit every day...
    - Scott
    Not with photos like that, Scott, you're not. It's about your experience and the chit-chat too :-) At least it is for me...
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    Monday

    Bit of a funny shave this morning. I think Ive lost my shaving mojo. Sort of went through the motions instead of making it the special thing it is. My 21 year old son, who I introduced to straight razors; and gave a razor to, wants to use just one razor (the one I gave him) for the rest of his life. An admirable goal, Ill give him that; but boring. I think one more razor may reinvigorate my shaving mojo, and maybe a new strop; and of course some new aftershaves. Its tax return time, and anything is possible. An Edwardian wash stand or shaving stand is imminent.

    The Mikes Natural Soap Eucalyptus and Lemongrass sample was excellent. I like the scent MUCH better than the Pine and Cedarwood scent. Ill definitely get that one! The Trafalgar aftershave matched perfectly the citrusy soap. This is a really good match for summer or spring. Great match.


    Razor: Klas Trnblom| Soap: Mikes Natural Soaps Eucalyptus and Lemongrass | After Shave: Trafalgar

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    Stranger, if you passing meet me and desire to speak to me, why should you not speak to me? And why should I not speak to you?
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    Kikuboshi Special | Rover | MNS Pine & Cedarwood | Lucido | XPec
    He saw a lawyer killing a viper on a dunghill hard by his own stable; And the Devil smiled, for it put him in mind of Cain and his brother Abel.
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    Prep L'Occitane Vetyver Soap
    Razor Vintage Japanese Fon Golden Star
    Brush Le Tuft 59 in Buckeyed Burl
    Cream Simpsons
    Alum & Witch Hazel
    Neil's Yard Rose Moisturiser
    L'Occitane Cedre L'Atlas Eau De Parfum

    Jamie.

    The Fon Golden Star always delivers the goods.


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    Prep: Barbasol
    Brush: Turkish horse
    Soap: VDH Deluxe
    A/S: Nivea For Men Energy
    Result: DFS

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    Monday
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    Have a Great Monday Gents!

    On a side note, hug your babies! I was surfing e-bay yesterday and heard a loud bang, looked out the window and saw a pickup truck swerve off the road and clip a sign, cross back over the road and went into the ditch. Rolled over and ended up on it's wheels. I jumped up and ran out and down the road ( about a quarter mile) by the time I got there, the driver was out and considering the severity of the wreck, relatively unscathed. Turns out it was a friend of the families daughter, thank God she will be OK. I live in the country and all the neighbors came out, one is a nurse so she took good care of the girl until the ambulance showed up. The highway patrol shows up and he was polite and professional, but said the tire didn't blow out until after the sign got hit...my brother was on the front porch and said the same thing I did. He heard two distinct sounds. First a loud bang (the tire blowout) then a slap ( the sign). The officer didn't believe either one of us and cited the girl. Guess he knows better, because we were just stupid eyewitnesses... Sorry for getting off track, but it makes you realize how short life is. Tell the people you care about that you're thinking of them, you may not get another chance.
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    Joe
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