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    Yeah my razor is blunted for the last inch of it on the toe end.
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    Update here is how it looks with stichesName:  uploadfromtaptalk1349187100601.jpg
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    Default Cut of the Day

    Is that from dropping the razor?!?

    Or did you try and catch it also?

    That is crazy deep!!!

    Praying for a speedy and healthy recovery, my friend.

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    Thanks Swerve, I feel much better about my cut cheek after that.

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    Owww, that's the worst one I think I've seen! Sorry you've had to suffer it. I think you're developing your own sharpness test, the DDT, or Dangling Digit Test. I think you should stop. Don't know if I'd recommend you get used to the TPT, or Thumb Pad Test. Maybe forgo all that silliness and just shave test. Carefully! With a lock on the bathroom door. It'll pay for itself.

    At least you've got a really good answer when people ask about the scars: "Verifying my razor was sharp enough for shaving."

    Best wishes to you, man. If this thread was a beach, you'd be Boss of it.
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    +1 with RoughKype

    Do away with the nonsense tests. It looks like its ready. Shaving is the ultimate test. Shave in a area where you can't be disturbed if that is what happens when someone opens the door.
    Shaving with facial hair is like a golfcourse. It's a challenge of rough and fairways. You are the skilled greenskeeper of your face?

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    HHT has its benefits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tagandlog View Post
    HHT has its benefits.
    Yeah, job security for ER personnel.

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    Even though I've done it the HHT isn't all that useful in checking the edges readiness for a shave, it is cool though, especially the first time, but I've got to ask, how you doing HHT, and managed to cut yourself like that, although I've had my wife scare the shit out of me and gotten the razor away from my face, just in time. But I'm serious how we were holding the hair and cutting it? Did you have it between thumb and forefinger and cut towards yourself? All I can say is I hope it heals quickly. Good luck bro

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    Here is an oldie but goodie. From a few years back. It seems that my nicks usually happen on the last touchups. Yeah, I was ticked.Name:  DSC00815.JPG
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