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Thread: New meaning of a "Long Comb NEW" (Amusing eBay listing)

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    Default New meaning of a "Long Comb NEW" (Amusing eBay listing)

    Why didn't anyone bid? The Long Comb NEW is revered on this forum.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
    Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.

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    that must be for cutting hair, right?

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    Is that even a blade tray from a DE?
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    Someone will chime in... that blade guard has been discussed here before. It is a third party hair trimmer attachment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robxcarlson View Post
    Someone will chime in... that blade guard has been discussed here before. It is a third party hair trimmer attachment.
    Yes, but how does it shave?
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    Nah it's for your Victorian Era mutton-chop sideburns isn't it?
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    Do they consider the large crack in the handle "blade storage"? I'm afraid if I look in there, I'll see the TARDIS.
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