Replacing your razor cartridges is expensive; at least it was before the original patents on Mach3® ran out. Now that there are reasonably priced replacement blades that fit your old handle in stores, you no longer have to resort to these questionable substitutes:
Take a classic wind-up chattering teeth toy and file down the edges to be razor sharp. Now attach them to the top of your handle and let them chomp away!
The Eastern Secret
Take your fanciest Japanese silk folding fan and strap it to the handle with a rubber band. Now twist the fan as many times as you can and let her go. Swear to your friends it was a practice passed down by wise ancient Samurai masters.
Those seashells in the bathroom aren’t just for decoration anymore.
The Old Crayon Cover Up
A flesh-colored crayon may not do much cutting, but it might hide things for a little while.
A Ball of Duct Tape
Duct tape fixes everything. Plus, it attaches itself.
The Butter Me Up
Use a butter knife, but more importantly, use a tub of delicious butter as shaving cream.
Outside of the Box
Specifically, the edge of the aluminum foil box.
The Puka Shell Necklace
Admit it, you’ve still got it lying around somewhere.
The Leashed Opossum
The trick here is capturing an opossum and instilling him with a taste for human facial hair. After that, all you have to do is attach him to your razor’s handle with a leash.
Dental Floss and a Spork
You’re resourceful. You’re smart. You’ll make this work.
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Illustrations By Carl Meff