Tuesday, August 30, 2011

3 THINGS I’M 72.8% SURE YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT THE BLUE STUFF YOU SEE IN BARBER SHOPS


#1 Barbicide® was invented by Maurice King in 1947.

#2  Barbicide® kills almost every “cide” in the book like germicide, pseudomonacide, fungicide, and viricide, oh and HIV-1.

#3 Maurice hated barbers so much he named the solution Barbicide® which means to kill barbers. Pleasant, right?

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32 comments:

  1. When I was a kid I used to think that was Gatorade and I wanted to drink it...

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  2. Ok, you're right. I didn't know any of that. LOL

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  3. hey, also, you have That Bastard as your blog of the day. I like that guy. He's crazy.

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  4. Well, I have wanted to kill a hairdresser or two for cutting my hair up to my ears.

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  5. I feel weird. I haven't even seen that blue stuff. I go to barber shops all the time..

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  6. When I was a kid, I thought it was just colored water. Like the colored water in the glass jars at the drug store.

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  7. Lol I seriously have no idea what the hell you just posted about, but I'm sure people that are into hair and stuff know. You've got some interesting writing style though. Keep it up!

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  8. Mr. King must have suffered a serious haircare nightmare, to feel so strongly against barbers.

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  9. I sure hope it kills lice. I was at a salon once, and a girl walked in to have her hair done, and the stylist noticed lice about half way through combing her hair. AAACK.

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  10. That's a neat bit of trivia. But what kind of barbers did he go to where you need to kill all that stuff?

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  11. I don't drink it but almost..

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  12. I've never been to the barber shop. I don't shave. :D
    And, yeah, looks like Gatorade.

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  13. The last time I went to a barbers was like a year ago. Given how it ends in -cide, you'd think they would know what it meant -_-

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  14. That is rather pleasant, now that you mention it.

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  15. Hmmm, very interesting. And morbid about the barbers. Think they all know what it means?

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  16. I never thought about the word itself before. That's hilarious.

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  17. Well, I feel better knowing just what it is they're dipping into.

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  18. It's blue curacao, dont get fooled by the barber's mafia.

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  19. Doesn't look kosher. I won't be visiting that barber shop.

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  20. Woah. Yeah, I didn't know any of that. Actually, I don't remember seeing this stuff in person. Although, I'm never in barber shops...

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  21. Haha love the blog title! great job!

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  22. i didn't know that. i didn't think i'd ever care about it. i was right.

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  23. Will barbers dissolve if you throw it on them?

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  24. omg love the sweeeny todd photo made my night

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  25. Sweeney Todd. Best. Barber. Killer. Movie. Ever.

    PS. I forgot to thank you the other day for making BOTD. I am honored once again.

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  26. i bet some dudes just fill it with antifreeze. Cheaper.

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  27. i used to work in a hair salon...a very dirty one. it was not my job to change it, and it disgusted me when i would look at the jars and the barbicide was cloudy. ewww.

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  28. i never see barbicide anymore! interesting info cheers

    +following

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  29. Maybe you could use the barbicide to kill the foot fungus. (I think I am reading in the wrong order).

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