By bleach - 24/03/2013 05:30 - United Kingdom
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wow 2, can't even take a little bit of hate? I haven't seen the original comment so I don't know how bad it was... but how bad could it possibly have been?! And you jumped right to 'harassment'. I suggest you look up that word, I don't think it means what you think it means. Stop being so nervous, take it easy. If someone says something stupid to you, just ignore them.
48: I never expressed being offended by the comment. My profile clearly states that negative comments about the photo will be reported. Rudeness is not "hate." It's unnecessary and unwanted. Am I offended? No. It just turns my comments into threads like this and sometimes results in my original comments getting deleted when the mods delete the whole thread. Also, what part of "let's stay on topic" is so hard to comprehend???? I'm not changing my photo just because someone doesn't like it so let's move on and shut up about it please.
Nnnope personally I love the piercing second yeah sharing razors is unhygienic as hell I may let a girlfriend borrow my handle with a brand new cartridge that is now hers but I do not like the idea of just sharing with friends. So yeah I get the mouth vomit :/ disgusting and throw that out OP.
Yeah, you can pass blood borne pathogens like that. Not a good idea, unless it's someone you're in a long-term relationship with. My boyfriend borrows my razor sometimes if he forgets his or or the battery died (I use a Gilette Mach 5), but I have a separate blade for him, so he just pops mine off and replaces it.
First off it's not suddenly a good idea to do something you generally wouldn't want to do for medical reasons if you're in a long term relationship. But then again, that would be between you 2 and no ones business. Plus, you aren't really using the same razor head, just the handle. There is nothing wrong with that at all.
If you're in a long-term relationship or a marriage where you're already swapping blood-borne pathogens via unprotected sex, then you're probably okay to share a razor. I still probably wouldn't want someone to use a razor that I used on my armpits on their face, but I could see someone using their husband's razor to shave their legs or something. That was the situation I was describing - if you're both cleared health-wise and in a monogamous relationship anyway.
I wouldn't lend a razor out..I find the idea very unhygienic.