February 2008 Archives

Boys...

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Two old guys fight live during the news:

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Well, this is awkward...

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No one really likes to talk about nose and ear hair, but I have to share this item with you all. It's so amazing - words can't describe how awesome it is.

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That's a DOVO Klipette Nasal Hair Trimmer. It's from Germany, and it is honestly the best hair trimmer I've ever used. Worth every single penny (it's about $20).

I've previously tried three different nose hair trimmers - a cuticle scissors, a Remmington personal trimmer (horrible), and a Sharper Image Nose Hair trimmer (awful - the worst ever). The scissors worked well, but it was hard to use - especially on ear hairs.

The DOVO works like a charm - there's no pulling, no "grabbing," nothing - just a clean, smooth, pain-free cut. No sneezing, no wincing, no watery eyes. I wish I would've bought this thing 10 years ago.

If you have to trim your nose or ear hair, buy this. I received mine from Classic Shaving today, and I'm absolutely in love with it. I can't wait for my nose hair to grow again! (I only have to trim it about once every 6 months or so)


Also - as a side note, if you're into riding bikes, some of the best money you can spend is on good riding shorts. When I bought my bike, I ran over to the local bike shop and bought a pair of UGO shorts. They cost $90, and I thought they were pretty good. But just a few weeks ago, I stumbled across a message board about biking products, and someone mentioned some shorts that are made by a small company from the USA called "Aerotech."

I ordered their $59 bib shorts, and they rock. Much more comfortable than the UGOs. Better padding, better ventilation, better compression (how they grip your quadriceps/upper knee area - a tight fit makes your legs feel better after a long ride). So, if you need a pair of bike shorts, check out Aerotech. They're inexpensive, high quality, and feel great. They also shipped instantly and inexpensively. I ordered mine (black, size XL) on a Sunday and had them on Wednesday via Priority Mail.

I rode nearly 30 miles in them last weekend, and enjoyed every mile.