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At least you guys have a relatively inexpensive hobby. After shaving, I got into fragrances. And after that ... *shiver* ... watches. I'm lucky the Mrs hasn't got an inkling as to how much these things cost.
I hope all of you are well and not bored (I know I am).
I quit shaving ages ago and I decided to sell off most of my extensive collection of straight razors. I'd really like to sell these 4 razors as one single lot. If there are no takers in a few weeks time, I might delete the ad...
They are harder to hone because the large hone wear goes hand in hand with larger bevels which take more time to hone.
But the esthetics are the most important factor for me [emoji6]
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I have between 100-150 straight razors, most of them shave-ready.
And enough soap for 10 years, given that I only shave once every 3 months or so these days.
So no, I'll not stock up on shaving supplies. I did stock up on coffee beans though. Can't take any risks there !!!!
That would be "Lui" by the brand Mazzolari.
I tried it on, and immediately went to the bathroom to wash it off.
Which wasn't easy.
Afterwards I read a review about it, and the sentence that made me laugh out loud was the following one:
"“Jesus, Dad”, gasps my daughter, hoarsely. “You smell like...