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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by gemktm, Nov 29, 2020.

  1. Zipslack

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    Sounds like the way you get rid of "crabs"...

    1. Shave one half.
    2. Set the other half on fire.
    3. Stab them with a fork when they run out.
     
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  2. cravenmonket

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    They have delightful and hygienic salons for taking care of this very thing, with experienced and comely professionals who will whisk away your follicles with a warm, waxy whoosh if you are inclined towards the pre-pubescent look. The cigarette lighter ought to be reserved for immolating those princely sticks of death you know you still crave...
     
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  3. 3-Chord-Genius

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    Side note: a supervisor of mine in the USAF told us he had crab lice when he was younger, and didn't want to see a doctor for it. So he filled a coffee mug with isopropyl alcohol and poured it directly onto his junk..... he said it was immensely painful, and that he quickly poured a second mug of alcohol on his junk while it was still hurting, so it wouldn't hurt twice.

    He said it cured it.
     
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    Well do they?
     
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  5. Wulf

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    they go as far north as eyebrows do them sandy macnabs...nasty lil critters.and they can swim..i caused an epidemic of them in guisborough in the 80s after an encounter with a female carrier...watching a pubfull of people all scratching made me feel a whole lot better...i was a bit of a lad in those days...young guitar slinger and all..lock up your wives daughters and the cat
    prioderm nitty lotion or shampoo gets shot of em..two applications and boilwash clothes and bedding...then take over care who or what you lay with after.
     
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  6. Wulf

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    im still wondering how anyone could possibly be so daft with only one head.....
     
  7. Wulf

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    tried it ...using surgical spirits....yyyeoowwwww
     
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    remember..tree pretty...fire bad
     
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    A shotgun does a better job.
     
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    I’m one of those who got lost around manscape? on the first line of the OP, but I think I’ve got the drift now. is there not a law against this?
     
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    Beard/mustache trimmer. $20.
    No burns, no burnt smell.
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    Contradiction in terms. (well, it depends exactly what you're talking about, take it as the thread is not about facial hair)
     
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    Another slightly off topic comment: doing the "one man wild thang" with this product is a mistake you only make once.

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    I say all the time that a good bit of life’s ridiculousness these days is due 100% to medical advances, technology, and warning labels. Most of the human race’s issues are stemming from the fact that there are a few billion people on this planet that aren’t supposed to be here.

    In times past they’d have mostly been eaten by bears, eaten poisonous berries, or fallen off cliffs in the dark, and it would have been better for all of us if they had.

    It’s amazing what we’ve accomplished in the last hundred and fifty or so years. It truly is. There is no denying however, that the same things that make us more advanced than we’ve ever been, will be our downfall. Simply because they have allowed billions of people who would have died of their own stupidity before ever reaching adulthood in times past, to not only survive, but thrive. A few always got through. That’s nature. However, because of warning labels, technology, and modern medicine, they now exist in large enough numbers to heavily impact and influence our daily lives.

    Our ultimate undoing is going to be everything that makes us amazing. Because it also allows the existence of a whole lot of folks that would have killed themselves with their own idiocy had it not been for such interference.
     
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    I use this:

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