|Although it appears he just gets Mrs Claus to do it.|
Unfortunately for me apparently for years Santa has been subcontracting my gift giving out to my mother, and bless her, she is ill-informed in beard trimming devices.
|Although apparently she isn't the only woman confused by facial hair maintence|
So on Christmas morning I opened a trimmer, but a male body grooming trimmer, upon inspection of the back of the box this device was used to trim every hair on your body except your head. The box indicated were to shave using pictures
|"WHERE WAS THE HAIR? WHERE WAS THE HAIR? OH GAWD"|
I figured though how different were these hairs maybe this would suffice so I jumped on the web looking for a review that mentioned using this device as a beard trimmer. The first review site that popped up was www.frenchtruckers.com
|A French trucker at the local truckstop|
|"What do you mean, how do I groom my beard? What does groom mean?"|
This was a success and what we returned with was the Vidal Sassoon i-trim
|It looks like an oldtimey microphone|
That's what I would have guessed too, 9 is a lot of settings. But no the i-trim has a whopping 74 height settings!!!!
74 settings! Who needs 74 settings, you could have a different length beard every day for 2 months. This is ridiculous and seems kind of superflous. The settings range from 0.4 mm to 15 mm in 0.2 mm increments. This is the thing that shaving companies seem to do though, just add a few more blades, or 63 more settings and you have improved the product.
I do sometimes wonder if the men in the R & D departments just stuff around most of the year, and when their supervisor shows up they just offer to add more settings so he thinks they are doing there job
|For most of the year the Vidal Sassoon Scientists used their lab to hustle money out of local school children|
|I wonder how much time it would take to save this into my face|
|I wish my 2.6 mm faux-beard was just 0.2 mm shorter|