Discussion in 'Shower or Shave of the Day' started by ram57, Sep 30, 2020.
Buon compleanno in ritardo!
Great shot, Dave, and... envious of brush and soap!
Gran bella foto!
Thank you, Gary. I thought the green background really helped it pop.
Yeah, it's a pretty standard skeleton key. I had one when I worked as a camp nurse years ago. It unlocked everything on the sprawling campus except for the infirmary and my cabin. No, I haven't finished the story, yet, nor I have called the number, yet. Don't spoil it for me!
Thank you, sir!
Yesterday was a day that marked the world of cinema: my first memory of Sean Connery dates back to 1963 I believe.
A classmate of mine had come to my house to study and the first thing we did was to go to the movies.
At the Apollo (a theatre easy to reach) was playing Dr. No and, given the place and the fame of the actors, we thought it was probably not much of a film, but... anything rather than being on the books!
We liked it very much and we didn't know that we were living the beginning of a legend!
I liked the Scottish actor very much and he acquired a fascination with age: that's something that happens to us...
I remember the way he spoke: Pino Locchi dubbed him greately, but in the original he was...peculiar!
I always thought that in Hunt for Red October, when he asked Scott Glenn 'Have they been rescued?', (which sounded reshcued to me) meaning his crew, I believe the phrase was preferred to 'Have they been saved' because, I suppose, it would sound like 'Have they been shaved?
And this would have made that film enter right into the icons of the pogonotomic forums!
It was also Halloween but I preferred not to go out trick-or-treating.
Around 9.20 p.m. I heard the door ringing and there were seven children (or seven dwarves?) waiting for me. creepy looking and all wearing masks, but ... it was Halloween.
They threated me with the indispensable sentence and while I was getting the candy bowl, they jumped on me beating me up and stealing not only all the sweets, but also the coffee machine, 5 euros and a ham sandwich.
I thought the masks were for the virus...
This morning I put my hand to Valobra in stick: always a great soap.
Pity about the aggressive and persistent scent!
Sapone PS: Valobra Mandorla
Sapone: Valobra, Stick
Pennello: Lab. Villefranche, Cucciolo, Radica di noce, ST 30
Rasoio: Edwin Jagger 89L, Lined Handle
Lametta: Gillette, 7 O’Clock, Super Stainless
AS 1: MilMil, Figaro Gel
AS 2: MilMil, BeMan, Balsamo Polivalente
EdT: Alfred Dunhill, Dunhill for Men
ST: The silence of the fields...
LOL. You're a trip!
thank you Sergio..
fine shave and pic sir....
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