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Where else can they have multiple wives?
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Is that fungus glued to that kid's face?
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gornotck wrote:

Is that fungus glued to that kid's face?


And people wonder why I hate beards and facial hair in general.

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Dogempire wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Is that fungus glued to that kid's face?


And people wonder why I hate beards and facial hair in general.



You haven't lived until you've had another man say that your facial hair makes them want to fornicate with it.

That being said, that kid's ill-considered growth is remarkable.
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gornotck wrote:


Dogempire wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Is that fungus glued to that kid's face?


And people wonder why I hate beards and facial hair in general.



You haven't lived until you've had another man say that your facial hair makes them want to fornicate with it.

That being said, that kid's ill-considered growth is remarkable.


My main problem with beards is that most people think that growing a shrub looks good when it doesn't. It just makes them look worse than if they were clean shaven or had stubble instead.

People end up trying to hit the "manliness multiplier" effect with their beard but they overshoot it and hit in the "lack of hygiene; looks like a hobo, someone too lazy to shave, or radical jihadist" category instead.

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Just look in his eyes. You can see, he has no soul.
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xnebul4 wrote:

Where else can they have multiple wives?


They could go Mormon. I mean, most Mormons are super nice people. Not sure what they're teaching, but I'm sure what ever it is, it involves a lot of love.

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A beard requires a lot of care and attention from birth to where you set it down, sure. Once it gets going, it requires constant shaping, shearing, and shoring. Very few people just have the magic happen. For a long time, a beard is too short to really work with, but too long to ignore.
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Posted 10/28/16 , edited 10/28/16

Dogempire wrote:

My main problem with beards is that most people think that growing a shrub looks good when it doesn't. It just makes them look worse than if they were clean shaven or had stubble instead.

People end up trying to hit the "manliness multiplier" effect with their beard but they overshoot it and hit in the "lack of hygiene; looks like a hobo, someone too lazy to shave, or radical jihadist" category instead.



I tend to agree about beards. Though, if you can grow a really thick beard, and you groom it well, it can look good. GROOMED.

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gornotck wrote:

A beard requires a lot of care and attention from birth to where you set it down, sure. Once it gets going, it requires constant shaping, shearing, and shoring. Very few people just have the magic happen. For a long time, a beard is too short to really work with, but too long to ignore.


hmm....
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