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Old 06-08-2011, 03:57 PM   #57
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And fat...but I'm working on that..starting tomorrow!
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Not too old or too fat yet but I do find standing outside the tub with leg on the side does work best. Can't honestly believe there is a thread on leg shaving on the rv site. Seems to be far more interesting to the menfolk though.
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Old 06-08-2011, 07:03 PM   #60
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"All right! I confess! Stop looking at me like that!"

That was me when I finally admitted to my husband that I use his rechargeable razor on my legs when we're camping....
I'd have gotten away with it except he got suspicious about the fact that the charge lasts so much longer when we're at home

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It doesn't take much to get the sparks going
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Old 06-08-2011, 07:17 PM   #62
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It doesn't take much to get the sparks going
Thank God for my deleted post HAHAHA I probably would have got banned, I already had one altercation "Nothing I did BTW" I had it up for oh lets see...2 minutes before I realized that it was a nono HAHA..It's gonna take a while to get use to these forums lol

But I will definitely have to come back to this post when I have tried out shaving my legs in my RV I am leaning more towards the bucket outside idea
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Actually, in an effort to save time, if you lay on you back and place your legs up the shower wall you can do two things at once. Shave your legs and do multiple crunches to keep that abdomen looking sharp!
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Do we have to wait until after 9:00 to post on this topic? ,that will give me some time to get some corn in the popper
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Thank God for my deleted post HAHAHA I probably would have got banned, I already had one altercation "Nothing I did BTW" I had it up for oh lets see...2 minutes before I realized that it was a nono HAHA..It's gonna take a while to get use to these forums lol

But I will definitely have to come back to this post when I have tried out shaving my legs in my RV I am leaning more towards the bucket outside idea
See I told my husband mine was a good idea, the first time I asked for a small bucket, he thought it was stupid, now he SEE different. But I have to confess I. Got the idea from a woman in the military, thank god for them.
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Electric. If this goes the route of WalMart, at the current post rate, when will this thread hit 1700 posts?
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Adding my .02 mainly to see if we catch up to the Walmart thread
Electric works fine for summer (like WanabeeFTer said, "anywhere in the RV EXCEPT the bathroom) and long pants in winter
Now for the next question...What kind of high heels do the women wear for hiking?
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Well I ordered a plastic stool for wifey to sit on in the shower, I liked the idea about the plastic 2x4 fencing material but only had about a quarter inch ledge on the door side so I just imagined the sound from the bathroom if it slid off that small ledge, somehow it would have been my fault. When I mentioned sitting outside in a lawn chair with a bucket of water she just looked at me with the same look I got when I told her I had bought a Ducati a couple of years ago. I personally don't think this thread has the LEGS to reach 1700 posts unless the moderators are really really liberal.
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A sure fire way to get your picture on the People of Walmart website would be to get caught sitting outside in a lawn chair at Wally world , with a bucket of water ,shaving your legs
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