Thursday, 1 September 2005

Shaving gel

Bought some by mistake the other day. Do the people who use this stuff really enjoy getting up in the morning and smearing their faces with cold blue slime?

7 comments:

Bloggers4Labour said...

No, you squirt into one hand, froth it up with your other hand, and voila: blue-tinged shaving foam. Never having done it the other way I can't say what the difference is...

Anonymous said...

I love it, me.

Tony said...

Well, all right, but why should I have to spend time frothing up this slime, getting both hands messy, when with one forefinger I can put a golf-ball of lovely rich white foam onto the fingers of the other hand ready for spreading neatly.
Also, I have the feeling that foam direct from the can feels slightly warmer, though this must be an illusion, since when it comes out of the nozzle adiabatic expansion takes place and must cause a drop in temperature. Anyway, blue feels colder, and this too must be an illusion. It also has an unattractive political connotation in the UK, though decent folk in the States are no doubt happy with it.

Tony said...

...and as for you, Anonymous, you clearly have perverted tastes and rabid right-wing views; no wonder you conceal your identity in this cowardly manner.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Dad, just forgot my log-in details again.

Tony said...

But you can still sign comments, foolish person.

Barnze said...

If your hands are wet the gel just slides off..Crap stuff!