The maids dropped my badger hair shaving brush this morning and put a hairline crack in the handle that, I know from experience, is destined to continue until the entire thing falls apart.Looks like I'm moving on to the chrome handled brush.(I'd like to move on from the maids, too, but Katie has this thing about a clean house.)Grrr.
And why didn't I just put the brush away before they got here as I usually do? Because I got busy and forgot ...Double grrr.
who'd you buy your brush from?I've got SHIT tWEEZERMAN BADGER BRUSH, A SHIT [BUT ARGUABLY BETTER] BOAR BRUSH THAT COST NOTHING [FROM TARGET], AND A SHIT [SMALL] BADGER BRUSH FROM THE aRT OF sHAVING
Katie-Bar-The-Door bought it from an internet outfit called Lee's Razors. Good products so far. The brush is very nice -- until the maids dropped it.I'm pretty sure it is the "Vulfix No. 18 Pure Badger Shaving Brush" -- $42 plus tax and s&h.That's Vulfix by the way, not ...
I'm probably going to wind up buying "The Art of Shaving Polished Chrome Pure Badger Shaving Brush" -- $75! But I figure it's unbreakable.
This very year for the very first time I surrendered to fate and began keeping my beard all week long rather than just all weekend. But don't let that be lesson to you, as Scott Adams told my oldest son as he drew a nice cartoon for him as a reward for being last in line at the book signing.
someday, who, I will post a fifteen-year-old photo of one of my few meaningful beard attempts.Not pretty.The Mythical Monkey had one when he was a young whippernsapper, busy snapping whippers.I think Katie would kill him if he went au naturelAnd if he grew a beard. . . .I kidWord Verification: gratehow fittingPS The Vulfix is a fave of many on Badger and Blade -- I may have to go that way.You see, I am my own maid. . . .
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