I' ve been using one of two aluminum containers Phil once stocked for over two years now. I've got the AD for a scuttle or at least something a touch ostentatious to thumb my nose at the studied mediocrity of SOCAL.
Are there any owners of the MWF with using feedback?
ThePossum wrote:...My wife loves me regardless of how I store my FAT!
Fair enough. But I must ask you -- does your Fat love you when it resides in anything other than the ceramic container? Like I said before -- nothing like the experience of levitation when shaving ..... and that can only come from the MWF official dish.
It's happy enough in the Kent wooden bowl, but really gets excited when it is housed in the container which was meant to hold it.
I have a little different take on this. I keep my MWF in a nice wooden container with lid that I purchased for not too much $ from Classic Shaving. I usually build a good load on the brush then face lather. It works quite well in that you can always add a bit of hot water to the brush or go back to the soap as required. If I am feeling a bit decadent, or it's winter time, I use a Dirty Bird scuttle to build the lather. Hot MWF lather is about as nice of a shaving experience to be had by mortals on this blue marble.
My history is rusty Was RichardIII Lancaster or York? MWF may not hold the bard of Avon in high esteem.I understand there is a society still trying to restore his name in history after William's highly political play.
And we think our politics gets nasty
Somehow it seems more appropriate for Wendell's MWF to recite Chaucer in Middle English. Sheep have been around for a long time, making Middle English appropriate. And I imagine Wendell could more easily understand the Middle English than the contemporary version; if not, he could consult his friend the Venerable Bede. They share a common hood in Northumbria.