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    REAL SOAP FOR REAL MEN?

    So this snarky ad (reminded me of the Jack Link's Jerky ads) for Dr. Squatch Soap showed up before I video I recently watched on the YouTube.

    Anybody try this soap?



    Lately I've been using Kirk's 100% Natural Coconut Oil Gentle Castile Soap (˘99 a bar!) and have been digging it as it's not oily or creamy and has a mild scent.
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Real men use soap?
    And I guess that I just don't know

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    3:32? I got to about 6 seconds. But no I myself have not tried that product. Nor heard of it until now.

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    I use Ivory soap. 99% pure, and it floats. And it's cheap. Lava when my hands are really dirty. Now if you're really manly, use Lava on your balls.

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    When I'm fresh out of sandpaper and my homemade salve of buttercream, natural solvents, orange peel and crushed pumice I like Costco's Dove Bar knockoff.

    Why is the thread title yelling at us?
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    I use Ivory soap. 99% pure, and it floats. And it's cheap. Lava when my hands are really dirty. Now if you're really manly, use Lava on your balls.
    I'm sure your skin appreciates it. Your nuts - maybe not as happy.
    "knowledgeable in escapades of the flesh"

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    99% pure what is the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    99% pure what is the question.
    I always assumed that meant 99% pure ivory.

    That can't be as generally accepted these days.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Don't drop the soap

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    Shameless Soaps Frisky Farmhand



    A softened herbal aroma to a musk-like softness creating a truly imaginative version of a lavender flower field.


    Le Sigh..........Le purr..........
    Kindness is a bridge between all people

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Shameless Soaps Frisky Farmhand



    A softened herbal aroma to a musk-like softness creating a truly imaginative version of a lavender flower field.


    Le Sigh..........Le purr..........
    I heard that stuff was big with the cowboys on the old cattle drives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Don't drop the soap

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    If you can't hang on to the soap there's always soap on a rope.

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    One could always go full Tyler Durden...

    https://uncrate.com/fight-club-soap/

    Still trying to figure out the benefits of caffeinated soap, though...
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Shameless Soaps Frisky Farmhand



    A softened herbal aroma to a musk-like softness creating a truly imaginative version of a lavender flower field.


    Le Sigh..........Le purr..........
    That looks like le fromage.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    If you can't hang on to the soap there's always soap on a rope.
    Unless the soap is liquid...
    Then you're fucked!

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    this one works for me


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    Johnsons Baby Shampoo. - Soap and shave cream --

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    Hate Dove, Ivory or any scented crap like Irish Spring.
    I use an Olive Oil bar that works great. No dry skin and no perfume in it.

    Once let my buddies son borrow a ski jacket and the kid returned with an old spice stink on it. I asked if he sprayed it on. He said no. It's a body wash. WTF
    It took 2 washes to get most of the awful smell out. I would've preferred he funked it up with his own BO rather than that chemical smell.

    End of rant.
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    Jesus god almighty!
    That link is the single best link I’ve ever clicked on ever.

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    Guess i'm a Euro trash dandy.

    Got into old school wet shaving, so that sent me down the soap rabbit hole.

    Shower = German with Speick or 4711
    Shave = Italian with Sapinificio Varersino
    tooths = Italian with Marvis Amarelli licorice

    hair is still good old white trash with Pantene

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    I make mah own soap from goats milk, shea butter and various essential oils.

    Sometimes I also use the blood of my enemies if I have any left over.
    watch out for snakes

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    Jergens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    I make mah own soap from goats milk, shea butter and various essential oils.

    Sometimes I also use the blood of my enemies if I have any left over.
    Left over from what? What other uses do you have for the blood of your enemies?

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    Well lets see, there is blood pudding, blood sausage and blood quiche for starters.
    watch out for snakes

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