Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Hair Up Here and Down There

Apparently the market for razors is shrinking in the UK and many other western countries. Many have switched in large numbers to cheaper disposable razors. Another reason blamed is the growth of men wearing beards, which if the trend continues, you'll be able to spot tranny's as they'll be the only ones who look like they've shaven recently.

One premium brand has been trying to emphasise it's value claiming it lasts 3 weeks, though I'm not letting a 3 week old razor near my face and at the price you could use a disposable every day and still be paying less, if not exactly being green.

A beard on me would never have looked good on me anyway though for many men it works and in my opinion, quite sexy.

 It comes after the trend for whipping off pubic hair reached mass proportions for women and men. And no I would never let a 3 week razor near there. Quickly washing away from a neatly trimmed strip or back a bit, which fooled no one into thinking it was longer, into taking it all off.

Maybe one day it'll swing back into fashion, perhaps it is already starting. Procter and Gamble's share price will soar thanks to a increase in disposable income and hipsters preening around with smooth faces, possibly with a thick mat of hair in their pants.


  1. A razor that old does sound like an invitation to A and E. :-) I'm with you on not trusting it!

    I went back to the old school double edge blades, after reading a piece in a men's magazine. You do need to be careful - oww! - but I'm a scruffy so-and-so, so a daily shave isn't a necessity.... although it probably should be.

  2. Funny post!

    Not sure about the tranny comment. I have a friend who shaves when she dresses, but tips are much better when he is bartending...with a beard.


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