He told the child that he cut himself shaving with a straight razor. The child had no idea what he was talking about and asked again. So he told the child that the scar was from the head transplant he received a long time ago. The child went off, crying.
Just goes to show that they don't make razors or kids like they used to :
Come on guys and gals, someone must have an old handle they can send me!!
I have a beard and an extra double edged handle. If you still need one (the handle, I mean), PM or Jaykhill@aol.com with your snail mail address. BTW, I agree the Noxema is great but Rainphot has it. The brush and cup are greatest==although I just use it all on my neck only when my wife insists.
Funny thing happened years ago. I had a full beard for about 7 years. Most of the people I worked with had never seen me without it. Now comes along daughter number one and she decides that when she is riding on dads shoulders the beard is a great way to steer dad. That was that and the beard came off.
The following Monday I walked into work sans beard. I could tell people were looking at me in that weird way they do when they know something has changed but can't figure out what it is. Several asked me if I had gotten a hair cut. Well I guess they were half right lol. Anyway I let it go and it took them 3 days to figure out what was different.
Just goes to show how people really don't pay attention to how you look but rather concentrate on your eyes and body language.
I have a buddy that grew his beard probably round the same time Ken did and refuses to shave it off because his identity is so wrapped up in it. Or at least he thinks it is. I'm not suggesting you are as insecure as he is, don't get me wrong.