What are some /pol/ tier products that you use every day?
Literally anywhere. Amazon and Walmart both have it on their online stores.
Pine tar soap smells like a bonfire the morning after. You can use it for shaving, shampoo, and for washing your body, and treats all kinds of skin conditions including eczema, dandruff, acne, etc,
Next up is a wooden comb that is made for hair and beard, while still fitting in a pocket.
More like a campfire. Smell fades into something very faint by the time you are dried off, though.
Its a really unique, masculine smell. If you use a shaving brush, it lathers on the face pretty decently, too.
i just wet my face and go at it.
I stick to the bar, as it lasts longer, although I just ordered the pine tar conditioner.
I was just about to recommend bic as a good razor. The single and dual blades are actually proven to shave closer than Schick and Gillette's offerings.
I cook my own food. I like teaching myself new ways to prepare delicious foods.
I prefer Groom and Clean, as it is water based and washes out in the shower without much fuss, compared to Brylcreem
Good choices, all around, though I like the Old Spice Classic AS and Classic Deodorant, as it smells similar.
If you have skin that dries out easily, I recommend Burt's Bees Aftershave for Men. It's a white gel, but it does a good job with no alcohol.
> single and dual blades are actually proven to shave closer than Schick and Gillette's offerings.
and they dont come with the gel gunk strip, i hate that shit, if you want to cut something u need friction, i dry shaved alot in the military and always used the cheapy bics.
side note: if you want to look boss in formal ware, get kiki shoe polish and edge dressing.
its like your not even trying to have wind proof hair.
Never leave home without it >:)
Also, my SwAK(Victorinox SwissChampXLT)
My MicroSD. It's fully crypted and carries just about any info I'd ever need. I have a tiny USB adapter for it so any PC running at least windows XP or GENTOO can access it.
The thing that I hated about Kiwi in my military days is that I have the bad habit of rubbing the bottom of one foot on top of the other.
When I need a shine, I use the ones I can windex and go. This doesn't happen often, but they always look good (they don't feel good for wearing daily, however)
Not everyone has a woman to cook, and those people usually prefer to not be reliant on microwavable crap. Most single men I know at least know how to cook a homestyle bake.
Jesus Christ anon, that boot polish is giving me some flashbacks. Pls no.
>"Is that dust I see on your boots Pvt. Anon?"
>"No, 1st Sgt. I swear I just polished them for a 2nd time"
>"No Anon, you'll need to do 'em again. Stop being so sloppy. We have to dress to oppress afterall."
Pine tar is much, MUCH better in my opinion.
Kind of, only I do it over and over and over. Destroys any polish I have on it every time I sit.
Basic sucked really hard for me.
>/ck/ is gay
>my mom make me hotpockets
>i can make koolaid n spagettios
>i can microwave leftovers my mom made
It was the first one I saw on google images. But yeah, any Homestyle Bake is easy enough for anyone to make.
I can't really speak to their nutrition, but it is certainly healthier than hot pockets.
I will also say that good work boots are a must for just about any man doing man's work. Lowest acceptable quality is Doc Martens Industrial or Irish Setter.
I stick to the Bic 2 blades, simply because I was taught with a piece of shit Mach 3, and I don't want to slice open my face learning to use a single blade.
I intend to learn at some point, but I am at a point in my job where appearances matter.
Red Wings are nice. I like the ones with the composite toe better the ones with the steel toe. Much lighter and easier on the knees. I suppose it depends on what you're doing though.
Composite toes are great, but difficult to find if you need more than typical offerings (I work at a power plant, so I need shoes that OSHA certified Electrical Hazard Protection
Any hobby that inspires creativity can improve any person of any age. Cooking is not above what a man should aspire to, as it can be seen as a form of art. A form of art that many people will prefer to painting, I might add.
I still use the brush (I use synthetic, not that I have a problem with Badger Hair, but I find the smell off putting and the price to be overly expensive in comparison to synthetic, which matches my Silvertip. I also prefer the puck soap in a cup to the gel.
I have every intention of learning, but I can't at this point. It will probably be late this year/early next year when I go and buy a Merkur and start experimenting with double edged razors.
Pic somewhat related. My mug looks like that, although it isn't green (its bone).
100% patrician. I switched to safety razors a year ago and now I only pay ~4 bucks in blades a year without fucking around with muh 6 trillion blades or leaving a ton of plastic disposable shit everywhere
For electrical hazard, these are really nice. Not composite, but the lightest I've found in spec.
I like this pomade because it smells good and lasts all day.
It isn't that hard to learn to use a DE razor, start off on the weekends and within a week or two you won't want to use anything else. Badger brushes do have a bit of a break in period but again, well worth the price/effort
I appreciate the tip. I will check out that model number when I go in for new boots in a month. Luckilly, there is a Red Wing outfitters about a mile away from me.
Small towns rock.