Describe your first wet shave with a movie title!

Discussion in 'General Shaving Discussion' started by probesport, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. Was just thumbing through netflix and thought of this fun one. Describe how your very first wetshave went with a movie title, I will start out with the obvious one.

  2. 2 Fast 2 Furious

    I didn't take my time, I used too much pressure, and I suffered for it.

    And Heatwave. Because my face was burning having not properly broken in my brush :blushing:
  3. franz

    franz Moderator Emeritus

  4. I was a teenage werewolf.

    At the end of the shave I was covered in blood and howling.
  5. Apocalypse Now.

    Actually, it was my third DE shave that drew the most blood. I turned the basin a strange orange colour. . .
  6. Bloodsport...
  7. Price

    Price Steward Contributor

    Nuff said.
  8. Price

    Price Steward Contributor

  9. Death Wish...I must have had one with the way that first shave went:blushing:.

    And...check this out...Charles Bronson shaving with a black handled Super Speed. He even complains about cutting himself.
    Last edited: Mar 30, 2011
  10. "Ernest Scared Stupid"

    Though scared isn't quite the right word. I would use 'wary.' I had thought that it would be much easier to cut myself than it actually is. The shave was pretty much irritation free, but it was the opposite of a good shave.
  11. RazoRock

    RazoRock Vendor

  12. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre :blink: (hey, I used a vibrating Fusion).
  13. franz

    franz Moderator Emeritus

    For cripes' sake, relather! No pressure! (Although I doubt he had a blade loaded :tongue_sm)
  14. Deliverance
  15. Braveheart

  16. maxman

    maxman Moderator Emeritus

    "Blue Velvet"

    I used a Gillette Blue tip and took it easy.
  17. Price

    Price Steward Contributor

    Ummm...I hope it's because you felt delivered from cartridges, and not...never mind.:blush:
  18. What a disturbing move that was.... :blink:
  19. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
  20. machete :lol:

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