Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-sixth: A close shave (Part three)

I don’t know about you but I’ve been feeling a little scruffy lately. Time to lather up for another movie quiz!

See also: Quiz the eleventh: A close shave (Part one), Quiz the fifty-second: A close shave (Part two).

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59 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-sixth: A close shave (Part three)

  1. Bookstooge

    I’m just glad I have a goatee. Shaving under the nose is a royal pain.

    I’ve always wanted to get shaved by a barber with a straight razor. One of those things on my bucket list.

    Reply
      1. Alex Good Post author

        Does it matter if the gift card expired in 2008? I used up most of it but I think it might still have something on it.

      2. Alex Good Post author

        And yet Eddie seemed not to have heard of it. Despite his claiming that he used to hang out with the cast of Trainspotting in all the local pubs. I’m starting to wonder if that’s true. Or if he’s seen Trainspotting. Or indeed if he’s even Scottish . . .

      1. Alex Good Post author

        I used to know some fellows in university who ran track and field and I think they called their spandex pants tights.

        Now men’s lingerie, that would be something different.

      2. fragglerocking

        it says MEN’S LINGERIE AND SEXY UNDERWEAR
        THE FINEST SELECTION OF SEXY UNDIES, LINGERIE, PANTIES AND CLOTHING FOR MEN.
        let me know which ones you get.

      3. Alex Good Post author

        Hm. But wouldn’t I have to get a Brazilian to wear that gear? And pretty much all-over manscaping? It looks wrong with a hairy belly.

      4. Bookstooge

        I missed this whole conversation as it took place while I was at work.
        Thankfully, Dix and I started discussing tights and he pointed me here.

        Issues like this are what drives our world today. I’m just glad we’re discussing them before people like Biden, Puten and ubiquitous “Others” do so too.

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