So I was shaving this morning. Had a little zit on my chin and a brand-new blade in the razor. Shaved that puppy clean off. Yuck.
Anyhow, that got me to thinking about shaving matters. I'm firmly a non-electric guy, and I consider shaving one of the day's little pleasures. I'm pretty simple about it, though. I'm good with a Sensor Excel or a Mach 3 (can't decide which is best) and some Edge gel or the like. I know some folks are into M3 vibrating doohickeys or super-premium blades and preparations. What do you use to shave? Any odd stories or warnings to relate? (Don't mistake your razor for your toothbrush, even for a moment, no matter how early it is.) Do you use one of those funny pens to stop the bleeding of nicks or cuts?
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