How's it going, men? My name's Mike. I reside in Middletown, RI and work as an IT administrator for U.S. Navy Medicine. I'm a husband to a beautiful woman, step-father to lovely, little 5 yr old…Continue
"I use Layrite No. 9 brand, it was merely convenience since the store I get my pommade always has an abundance of it. It's very subtle, someone would have to be really close to your face to smell it. So I mostly put it on so my…"
"I'm not a bay rum fan, but the only one that didn't make me jump back in the shower to wash it off was Dominica. Very pure bay scent, sharp and almost smoky. Ogallala was too sweet and cloying (added vanilla, perhaps?), as was Clubman…"
"Make Your Own:
Here's an easy recipe I've used.
1 cups Vodka (non-flavored, please)
2 oz Jamaican Rum
1 cinnamon stick or a teaspoon of cinnamon
6 drops of Bay essential oil (Pimenta Racemosa, NOT cooking Bay leaves)
Put in mason jar and…"
"Hello, men. I'm new to this board. I've only been using a DE blade since January, but I will NEVER go back to cartridges. Currently using a Edwin Jagger DE89 handle and Derby Extra blades, an Omega badger hair brush, and…"
"I do a mix of things for a Navy outpatient clinic. Mostly Win2008 admin. I also handle backup functions, digital radiology software systems, information assurance mitigation, and various other odds and ends."
"I'm constantly trying as much new beer as possible (that my budget will afford), so I rarely have the same stuff in my fridge from week to week. However, my safe bet stand-by is without a doubt Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. "
"All these women lived in times where a bit of fat meant you weren't poor. Notice how white the bottom two are considering they lived in times where most of the poor worked outdoors and thus would probably have a darker tan. Pale and a bit…"
"Queen had a few words to say about bigger girls (spinal tap did as well). I think though that despite the finger always being pointed at sexist men, it's actually women who play a bigger role in maintaining the skinny standard on the…"
"Fat women have not been considered more attractive in about 100 years. Some of the so-called thicker ladies were actually a lot smaller than what common knowledge today thinks.
Take Marilyn Monroe, often presented as the poster child for thick…"