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Okay, I just was not sure if, kinda like disposable razors, you could reuse the tauntauns a few times. You know, maybe reheat them in the microwave.

 

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Tried that, but it ends up like a hot pocket, where you have some areas that are boiling lava hot, and others that are frozen. Plus, we live in a disposable society, so of course they are single use.

 

Funny you should bring up disposable razors, I shave with a 1955 Gillette Flare Tip Super Speed.

 

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Tried that, but it ends up like a hot pocket, where you have some areas that are boiling lava hot, and others that are frozen. Plus, we live in a disposable society, so of course they are single use.

 

Funny you should bring up disposable razors, I shave with a 1955 Gillette Flare Tip Super Speed.

 

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My wife wishes my sink was that orderly in our bathroom. ;)

 

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My wife wishes my sink was that orderly in our bathroom. ;)

 

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That is my one square foot of space on the vanity... I have another square foot in the linen closet for the rest of my toiletries. LOL

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Funny you should bring up disposable razors, I shave with a 1955 Gillette Flare Tip Super Speed.

 

Is that a dual sided razor? I have heard that those intimidate the ladies and make it less likely for them to "borrow" your razor to shave their legs and parts.

 

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Is that a dual sided razor? I have heard that those intimidate the ladies and make it less likely for them to "borrow" your razor to shave their legs and parts.

 

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You bet. It also makes for a baby soft face. Although, the wife has a 74 Lady Gillette dual edge razor, so I don't know how much it intimidates women.

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Oh, now, you know what is coming next. Robert, you want to take this one? Can I get a Gaffigan?

 

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I hear they have a breakfast hot pocket now. Yeah, you're about to call in sick.

 

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Anyone up for some lutefisk? J/k but we do have some left over lefse, krumkaka, rosettes. Also, it looks like it will be 0 degrees when we wake up for Xmas in the cities tomorrow!

 

Yes! To everything! I'll even take the 0 temp if it keeps the idiots out of here.

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