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  1. Or dollar tree hair conditioner. Much better.

  2. CH1CK3NW1N95 says:

    I thought those were taco shells in the sink and I was very confused for a second XD

  3. Gufurblebits says:

    I use soap, dish soap, conditioner, shampoo, hand lotion, and hell, even toothpaste, as shaving cream. Pretty much whatever is nearby. I refuse to pay an absurd amount for women’s shaving cream.

    It’s the same with cleaners: If you look at a shelf, soap, cleaning supplies, hair products – it’s utterly overwhelming when typically, one thing will do just fine for almost everything.

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  5. Stardew_Basin says:

    By working enough air into the soap it has a smoother lather than shaving cream. Enjoy!

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