Good technique takes time to learn...

Discussion in 'General Shaving Talk' started by DragonBoy, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. DragonBoy

    DragonBoy Team Player

    ..So one needs to start early..
    This is my 2year godson that just got his first shave-kit.. He was delighted and stood in front of the mirror for a good half-hour.. He was soo concentrated and happy.. So was I and the proud mother :cool:

  2. qhsdoitall

    qhsdoitall Wilbur

    Start them young! He'll be "borrowing" your stash of creams soon. :D
  3. rick

    rick I'll make ya SCream!

    30 minutes ?

    Come on, man !
    He's got to bring that time down ;)
    Teach him good.

    ......great photos BTW
  4. Leisureguy

    Leisureguy Read My Blog

    That's great! I got one of those shaving kids for my grandson. From the blog:

    I got this shaving set for The Younger Grandson, and he loves it. He turned 3 in April, so he’s still very much into make-believe. When he’s in the bathtub, he gets his bathtub ducks together, and one by one he follow this routine: he brushes the duck thoroughly with the brush, then totally covers it with foam. Then he uses the toy razor to carefully scrape the foam from the duck, and finishes by holding the duck up to the mirror so it can see the result.

    The only drawback is that the kit does NOT include a toy alum block! :mad:
  5. crackstar

    crackstar Israeli Ambassador to TSD

    Thomas, he's so cute! :D
  6. Straight Arrow

    Straight Arrow Active Member


    Moments like this are what life is all about. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the pictures. God bless that boy!
  7. Rufus

    Rufus New Member

    Dragonboy, is that a goatee I see before me? Ahhhhhhhhh!
  8. Queen of Blades

    Queen of Blades Mistress of Mischief Staff Member

    Moderator Supporting Vendor
    What's wrong with a goatee? :confused:
  9. Rufus

    Rufus New Member

    We're in polite company, so I can't say what they remind of.
  10. IsaacRN

    IsaacRN Active Member


    Back in the day a man that wore a goatee was considered provacative
  11. Rufus

    Rufus New Member

    Let me clarify: by provocative do you mean irritate, incense, arouse or excite?
  12. IsaacRN

    IsaacRN Active Member

    Meant he did arouseable activities?

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