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Old 09-13-2007, 09:24 AM   #1
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IO: Growing a gotee

This is going to sound so stupid, besides the fact that I think that I spelled it wrong. How do you keep it (the gotee) all nice and neat? Do you just get a little pair of scissors?
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I am unable to grow any kind of cool facial hair unfortunately other than a rat-stache ( ).

I therefore go clean-shaven, so I am of no help but I would assume you would need some sort of electric grooming tool if I had to guess...
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There's a trimming thing on the back of my electric razor, so I just use that.

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I hope you have something for it to climb on.
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I like men with goatees
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really? I would have never guessed...
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yea well, but I liked them before ****...

men with scruff in general are ok just not too much of a beard and I"m fine with it... it's some sort of masculine thing I guess...
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I am unable to grow any kind of cool facial hair unfortunately other than a rat-stache ( ).

I therefore go clean-shaven, so I am of no help but I would assume you would need some sort of electric grooming tool if I had to guess...
I have the same condition. I'll go a week or so but then I get real itchy. I would, however, just think you shave around said goat-tee real carefully in straight lines down. No? I've seen some real stupid people with goatees, so it can't be that hard.
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There's a trimming thing on the back of my electric razor, so I just use that.

I have nothing else to say but DrTeeth's goatee
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You, too, can trim like Mr. BAW with the Conair multi-blade, multi-depth electronic trimmer with super buzz action...its a cinch with Conair! Not sold in stores...!

CVS and other fine outlets! about $20

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And we all want to "trim like Mr. BAW". Who doesn't?
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I'll be 17 in January, and by then I'll probably have 15 individual facial hairs, all really randomly placed.
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