Mr Vain UK

#2
Tell me about it.
I know Clinique is soooo expensive these days.

I tend to use carborundum paste as a facial rub , its a lot cheaper.
LG280 as a moisturiser and cotton waste as cleaning wipes.
Cleaning paste as a leg wax is also very good.
 

hnhnwilliam

Lantern Swinger
#4
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> cotton waste as cleaning wipes.
Cleaning paste as a leg wax is also very good.[/quote]


Cotton waste........showing your age........I never saw cotton waste post 1960....
 
#6
hnhnwilliam said:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> cotton waste as cleaning wipes.
Cleaning paste as a leg wax is also very good.

Cotton waste........showing your age........I never saw cotton waste post 1960....[/quote]

We called it Rags C C Class Group 0330, Stock No T808 - now that's showing age.... !!

:lol:
 
#11
rod-gearing said:
Tell me about it.
I know Clinique is soooo expensive these days.

I tend to use carborundum paste as a facial rub , its a lot cheaper.
LG280 as a moisturiser and cotton waste as cleaning wipes.
Cleaning paste as a leg wax is also very good.

I prefer WADPOL....rag and cleaning agent in one :rendeer:
 
#18
stirling said:
rod-gearing said:
Tell me about it.
I know Clinique is soooo expensive these days.

I tend to use carborundum paste as a facial rub , its a lot cheaper.
LG280 as a moisturiser and cotton waste as cleaning wipes.
Cleaning paste as a leg wax is also very good.

I prefer WADPOL....rag and cleaning agent in one :rendeer:
Diesel after shave [the real diesel]


:nemo: :nemo:
 
#19
Ah, the real answer to the question is at the bottom of the 'article' a blurb for a Sky TV 'Documentary' on 'Vain Men', so the whole thing is a puff piece (Literally) for one of Murdochs other pies. :money:
How odd I'm sure that doesn't happen very often, does it? :pukel:
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