32 thoughts on “Do you use one?

    • Anonymous says:

      Bears aren’t supposed to shave anyway. How about you stop abusing your bear and keep your fetish to yourself?

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m thinking of getting one with replacement blades as an addition to a safety razor. Would you recommend short or long blades? Short ones are less expensive, but the long ones look to me like they’re more balanced for handling?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Yes and I look like I’ve survived fighting 10 crazy cats after I shave against the grain. Any tips would be appreciated

  3. Anonymous says:

    I used to use one for my balls. It was easier to navigate around the tight corners, unlike a double edged safety razor with its big dumb rectangular head. Although, in hindsight, I’m not sure what I was thinking. These days I’m afraid of using a straight razor even on my face, let alone my gonads.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I briefly used one exclusively, or several – got some antiques, sharpened & honed them myself. Got decent at it with loads of practice, chopped up first strop etc, still mauled myself occasionally.
    Now I just use a DE, easier, quicker, good result almost every time. Use brush & soap anyway.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I did, but I generally prefer the old sort of safty razors now like pic related. They are a nice balance between a straight razors effectiveness and a modern safty razor’s ease of use.

    I got pretty good using my straight razor, barely nicked anymore, even though it was a cheap one, but again, found the old style saft razor being more efficent overall. Especially since you can easily clean out all the cloggedup hair unlike a modern razor.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I use a Harry’s cartridge razor and got like 1000 cartridges in an accidental shipment from Amazon and I just really don’t think about shaving anymore since this just works

  7. Anonymous says:

    I have a disposable blade one that I use if I want to give the cheekline to my beard a hard edge. Otherwise, I just use a DE safety razor.

  8. Anonymous says:

    use picrel with feather blades. no joke, it has replaced my feather stainless as-d2 razor bcs easy to travel with and is nice and light yet still feels 90% similar to as-d2 and is very forgiving

  9. Anonymous says:

    Yeah I’ve been using one for a year now. I haven’t cut myself for like ten months now. The control is kinda nice. Lately I’ve been rocking a mustache and being able to cleanly shave around it with all that control is cool.

  10. Anonymous says:

    yes, but I got tired of it, always being careful and making sure I’m using the right technique to not heck up my already hecked up by acne face is tiresome.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, it’s fun. It’s also faster, you have to get good though. If you want to save money, then just buy those 25-for-$5 2-blade disposable razor packs from Walmart and use one per month. A straight razor only saves you money if you’re willing to learn to use it and want to maintain a minimum quality.

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