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    Thanks guys...you just gave me a new pick up line :<0) "how about we go back to your place and you let me shave your legs with a straight razor."
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    I finally got my younger son (16) to straight razor shave a couple of months ago, the older son (23) was converted to SR shaving a couple of years ago. However, on his second shave he wanted me to shave his top lip, as he had some difficulty there. I found it quite easy to do; I wasn't nervous at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlmaloschneider View Post
    I finally got my younger son (16) to straight razor shave a couple of months ago, the older son (23) was converted to SR shaving a couple of years ago. However, on his second shave he wanted me to shave his top lip, as he had some difficulty there. I found it quite easy to do; I wasn't nervous at all.
    Years of shaving other people experience and I still hate the upper lip LOL...

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    I don't think I could shave my wifes legs. too distracted you know her telling me how . (reminds me of the guy that didn't speak to his wife for 18 months. Didn't want to interrupt her

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhensley View Post
    I don't think I could shave my wifes legs. too distracted you know her telling me how . (reminds me of the guy that didn't speak to his wife for 18 months. Didn't want to interrupt her
    Just do what I do if they tell you how to do something....let them demonstrate.

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    I've shaved my father about a half a dozen times, thee last time was last year when my father injured his back and was unable to shave for five weeks, he grows a very though, very dense beard so after five weeks of no shaving he had a beard that would've made Bin laden embarrassed and I got to shave it all off, much to my mother's chagrin.
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    Introduced my friend Bruce to shaving with a DE he had problems for years shaving with a multi blade so much so that he used to shave once a week and always left the chin area as a goatee. He suffered really badly with ingrows shaving rash and bumps. I told him that he should try DE so I was asked to shave him. Well up to the bathroom and all the prep hot towel great lather etc. Now to start and as I brought the razor to his skin everything went quiet. Apparently up to then we had been chatting away but come the moment not a sound. Our respective wives knew the situation had got serious as they could here a pin drop!
    Now as the shave progressed confidence grew and the shave was completed successfully. I turned to Bruce and said, " Well Bruce when you became my Area Manager some 5 years ago did you ever think you'd be sat on my loo seat whilst I shaved you!!" we both collapsed laughing I think mostly with relief.
    He's now fully converted to DE shaving but definitely does not want to try a SR. No skin problems and he thoroughly enjoys a daily shave now. His wife is also grateful as she hated to see him with stubble.
    Life is strange we're both retied now and enjoying life without the stress and pressures of our lives in the Banking world.
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    Thanks for sharing a great story Anthony!
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    I do it about everyday. I usually do it with a straight. I can usually tell by how the blade is gliding through the hair if it is a comfortable shave for them. I do like the fact of having a good line of sight and being able to pull the skin in different directions. Thats a great job of doing it your first time and NO BLOOD
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