Thoughts and input on anything related to wet shaving or men's grooming.
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Hello forum. New member here (but not new to wet shaving) and wanted to say hi!
Look forward to getting involved!
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Welcome to our little community, stagengland!
I look forward to seeing more of you here.
Give me Soap or give me death!
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Welcome to the forum. Hope you enjoy your stay.
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Yes, dive in and enjoy yourself!
"Je n'ai pas besoin de cette hypothèse."
Pierre-Simon de Laplace
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Welcome to in my opinion the best shaving forum on the web – even though it isn't as active as it once was! It seems that the discussions on the boards tends to be more towards artisanal soaps and away from the "classics", which is fine I guess. I've tried a few artisan made soaps and they have all worked fine but I've sold most of them and now tend to stick only to the British alternatives or vintage soaps, I'm more of a "cream guy" and I enjoy the more subdued scents the British produce. Also, I think its good just only for diversity that there is at least one forum where the discussions are not just about the latest new artisan soap from whatever new soap maker out there.
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