Discussion in 'Preshave and Aftershave' started by Darkbulb, Jan 3, 2015.
That, sir, makes you one of the elite!
And not to mention, a hero.
Pairs well with Arko!
So it is a magic elixir!
You either get pee or peat with The Veg.
Actually that brings up a discussion idea...I read about Hope Douglas and Trump using Clubman, but I always thought they used the Original only. I suppose it isn't fair to presume they didn't use Veg.
I hope you didn't see that at places in Colorado I've been to-Estes Park, Central City, Denver&Boulder.
I've never relentlessly picked on people (or group of people) over the fact they aren't heroes and can't wear Veg; nor have I ever subjected anyone to unending derision and scorn over a favorite they hold dear. Search Fu that......
This all gets really tired.
All in good fun! After all, this is a shave forum and we are talking aftershave fragrances here, not family members, finances or faith.
I will excuse myself from this particular thread, however, in order to help maintain forum peace and calm the sensitive waters of potential discord.
Not sure everyone who dislikes the veg qualifies as "sheeple". Some of us just don't like cats. Just saying.
You know, The Sheep comes in a splash too. It also pairs well with Arko.
Electric Sheep Splash order placed; Thank You!
you got me!
It sure does! Also Derby sticks - that's a no brainer - not much difference in arko and derby
I opted for the Ford Pinto !
Polecats is more like it.
And I have been chosen
You're lucky Napoleon and his Hungarian cavalry didn't read that!!!
I'd posted this in another thread here. It remains pertinent. For your consideration...
"..DAVID LEE YOUNG David Lee Young was born on March 20, 1922 in Brooklyn, NY...A depression era child with an absent father, David worked at an early age to help support his family as his mother worked at the Fulton Fish Market. He provided sister, Anne with her first bicycle...David was wounded more than once as a platoon sergeant in the 79th Infantry, surviving D-Day at Omaha Beach, the Battle of the Bulge, and crossing of the Rhine in World War II...He was tough as nails with size 14 shoes, a brilliant mind, and a great sense of humor. His aftershave was Lilac Vegetal. He is survived by..."
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