humorous online book.
Blades (with 'print and clip' practice blade).
Worse yet, most razor blades are sharp and they really hurt.
If you have absolutely no imagination
(perhaps why you are reading this book to begin with), go ahead and print
out this practice blade, give it a try (on arms, legs, face, torso or
privates), and get this technique out of your system.
Also, be aware that a rusty blade can cause even greater problems.
Skip the blade, and take a look at The Sportsman's Special.
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