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Finally, a shampoo the women wont steal!


WhiteTruckMan
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Brought to you by those good folks at amazon

Men's shampoo

Just when you thought life couldnt get any better!

WTM

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Quickbeam

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Reminds me of the Scandinavian aerosol joke.

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Quickbeam

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...it's googleable:)

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Al94

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Reminds me of this http://tinyurl.com/afs62dy

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Brumas

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I translated the page and found this review which made me chuckle ;o}

Full of anticipation I bought this egg shampoo. I must say I am very excited about this product. I have found that it is not only suitable for washing the eggs, so that no one can get the whole chicken nice and clean. Since using whatever whole chicken for the soup because the feathers are very soft and no longer in the neck scratch. So overall a worthwhile investment.

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Quickbeam

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Not shampoo related, but topical...

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Aitchbee

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When I go for a haircut at 'SCISSORS' - a hairdressers on the southside of Glasgow, - I invariably get a Number 1 'crew-cut' [all over], every 3 months, and usually get my eyebrows trimmed too. It costs £4.00 and I always give a 50p tip. I bought a new hair and scalp product today, from LIDL, called 'tea tree' at 99p, it smells nice.

... I still haven't plumpled up enough courage, for a Number Zero ['YUL BRYNER'] cut.

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lotvic

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'tea tree' shampoo, that's the herbal remedy for keeping lice at bay.

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bumpkin

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Thanks Brumus, nothing like a translation to clarify things, reminds me of some of the instructions I get these days.

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Aitchbee

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Lice must be put off by the smell; I also use 'essential tea tree oil' for nicks and minor cuts ... neat!

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Al94

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And My Lidl Pony burgers?

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