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    I trust myself around all but the prettiest of women...


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    Quote Originally Posted by MickR View Post
    I trust myself around all but the prettiest of women...


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    My woman may not be as pretty as she once was...But neither am I!
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    Well I guess you're both safe then...


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    I too rinse off the blade like the OP throughout the shave, turning the faucet on and off in the process, but I haven't hit the faucet (yet?). I think the turning the faucet on part allows me additional time to get out of a mechanized motion and pay more attention to where the blade goes. I think it would be different if I kept the water running. After reading this thread I paid more attention to the entire process and find that I will roll my wrist to where the razor point faces toward the center of my body and then move to go under the faucet. For the "standard/common" grip on the razor, this places the spine leading, so it will hit first if at all. I like the towel idea for security though--although I admit the rubber whale is quite appealing.
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    What I have done (only once.. I learn fast) is tap the tip of the blade on the buttom of the sink when rinsing, I didn't put enough water in. Two things saved me that night. One, I was not in a rush to finish so it was a soft tap. Two, the sink was a plastice one. None-the-less it got my attention.

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