Discussion in 'The RoundTable' started by martin, Aug 19, 2011.
Oh boys you are forgetting that you need the box springs for the bedskirt...
Now on to shaving, rather than buying shaving cream buy cheap hair conditioner, that is what I use to shave, leaves legs and all soft, and smooth...not too mention shaving cream can give you some irritation.
Tirk- we FINALLY agree on something! Degree is the best deoderant, the only thing I will use, I like how when you are active you can feel or smell it working it really does turn up and on!
Shane grew a beard last year while the Tigers were winning, I loved it! Turned me on! It was like having an affair with a new sexy man, but not really having an affair...It itched him so bad, so I finally let him shave it.... I hope he brings it back this football season, maybe starting next weekend agains Northwestern.
I didn't know what a bedskirt was until I bought this house 16 years ago and was furnishing it. My then-girlfriend insisted that I needed one, so she bought one that matched a comforter she also bought. It's OK, it hides the dust bunnies under the bed.
But every subsequent female chastises me because it doesn't match the old quilts that I use for bedspreads. You people are obsessed! Give a bachelor a break. I forget it's even there until women comment on it.
Did you know that my valences are dusty? I didn't realize that I owned any valences, much less that people dust them!
The itching only lasts a month or so, then it becomes luxuriant.
What's a valence? :hihi:
Not in anymore.
Red take them down, and just hang a curtain.
i just bought a pair of shell cordovan allen edmonds. if those fuckers dont last 14 years i will go on a shooting rampage because they cost enough for quite a few hookers.
Damn, I agree with martin. I use my wife's/daughter's conditioner to shave with..Heck there are only about 20 bottles in the shower.
I got a pair of Allen Edmond Sheltons (cordovan and black) and Norwichs at an estate sale a few months ago. I got both pair for 20 bucks. Not bad for 1000 worth of shoes. The uppers on the Sheltons had some scuffs, which I didn't mind because I am rough on my uppers. The Norwichs looked brand spanking new. I took them to Militellos shoe repair, and they re-conditioned the uppers on the Sheltons and put a sole guard and a tap on both pair. I also got some cedar shoe trees there. Total investment on both pair was around 200 bucks, and they look stunning.
I highly recommend the soul guard and the tap on your shoes. Instead of resoling them in a year or two for 90 bucks you replace the soul guard and tap for 35.
The norwich is a monk strap, very Brooklyn hipster, although I thing the coolest kids are going double monk strap this year. It's the newest thing, bro, you are ahead of the curve. The sheltons are Saddle shoes, I like your audacity bringing back the grampa shoes.
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