09-15-2013, 09:00 AM
09-15-2013, 06:18 PM
(09-15-2013, 12:39 PM)ShadowsDad Wrote: I especially liked the mugs as well. I don't use one, but I sure do enjoy seeing them. Have you used the Barbershop soap? It's nice stuff!Yes, I have. Some of it was very good. The brushes they had, boar and badger, are wonderful if you can find one NOS! I am one of those who get bored easily so I change around SE, DE, Straight, Lather catcher, Shavette, etc. and change off shave products the same way.
Thanks for bringing the Barbershop soap Up! I think I will dig it out this week again!
09-24-2013, 04:45 PM
Sir...you make me look like a rookie and my wife has been yelling at me for years for my cabinet full of stuff...I am just gonna print a photo of your stash and say "but honey, I could have as much as this guy... " --- seriously awesome display and collection
09-25-2013, 08:21 AM
(09-24-2013, 04:45 PM)Boonie21 Wrote: Sir...you make me look like a rookie and my wife has been yelling at me for years for my cabinet full of stuff...I am just gonna print a photo of your stash and say "but honey, I could have as much as this guy... " --- seriously awesome display and collectionI am maybe, fortunate to live alone. I can entertain no other vices? and therefore indulge myself a bit over time. My kids are to get the benefits when I croak and so they are aware of the values of the stuff. I choose hardware over software and so I have a good deal of iron and not much frufru. I get most of my shave chemicals from garage sales and antique shops. If you set a budget and buy over time, you can amass quite a few goodies in a year. And if one goes back in time, I have used all the mugs and most of the brushes as my SOTD over the past few years.
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