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Okay, it's just that they seem much worse than Adam Sandler's beard. Granted I feel uncomfortable about the idea of being around him for different reasons, but his beard seems okay. The rest of his face is a little weird.

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LordRetard wrote:Okay, it's just that they seem much worse than Adam Sandler's beard. Granted I feel uncomfortable about the idea of being around him for different reasons, but his beard seems okay. The rest of his face is a little weird.
Fair enough.

Now I realise I'm inadvertently diss-ing on your beard but please don't be insulted. It's just my very stereotyped perception. I can get over it, it just takes a lot of effort. And as we are likely to never meet face to face it probably matters less what my opinion is.
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Those people who persist in trying to grow beards even though all that's resulting is some scraggly pubic looking stuff annoys me. Only grow a beard if you can grow a proper one!
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Apocalyptus wrote:Those people who persist in trying to grow beards even though all that's resulting is some scraggly pubic looking stuff annoys me. Only grow a beard if you can grow a proper one!
Hmm... I agree in principal because Orlando Bloom looks like his glued pubes to his chin and upper lip. Yet, I did really like him in Pirates of the Caribbean* so apparently if I see a still frame I find it a bit crappy and useless but one the whole I think it works.

*as in thought he was excellent eye candy.
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Kimra wrote:Fair enough.

Now I realise I'm inadvertently diss-ing on your beard but please don't be insulted. It's just my very stereotyped perception. I can get over it, it just takes a lot of effort. And as we are likely to never meet face to face it probably matters less what my opinion is.
That's all right. No one likes the beard (except for me, I think it's awesome having a beard). For that matter, even I think that my moustache is shite. But the truth is that I'm just too lazy to shave.

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What annoys me far more is the stubble look. I don't see how being a slob, deliberately, is attractive. And stubble hurts to the touch, too.

But Kimra! How can you, with your magnificent beard, be against facial hair‽ :shock:
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Euclidthegreek wrote:What annoys me far more is the stubble look. I don't see how being a slob, deliberately, is attractive. And stubble hurts to the touch, too.
Wow! I've never heard anyone else say that before. What's so attractive about looking like you groom yourself once every couple of days? And there are guys who purposely trim it like that every day. It's like paying more for pre-torn clothing. It's the opposite of what you want to do, and you look like a disgusting idiot. But people still like these things. I don't get when looking like a slob became popular or attractive but it definitely isn't working for me.

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I have a coworker who has a nice Nackle and pepper moustache. I've got to say, that in his case, I'd imagine it actually makes him seem more approachable (I've never seen him without). Kind of like Sam Elliot's but not as large. I'f you seen Sam Elliot without it (see We Were Soldiers) you realize that he looks much more approachable and nice with the moustache.

Also: Epic moustache.

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I must admit that I did not expect that.
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Euclidthegreek wrote:But Kimra! How can you, with your magnificent beard, be against facial hair‽ :shock:
I'm a self loathing sort of person.
Lethal Interjection wrote:Also: Epic moustache.
I will keep that image forever.
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I think I would have preferred some techno. That song... it will stay with me forever.
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Kimra on Mon Sep 07, 2009 7:27 pm

I think I would have preferred some techno. That song... it will stay with me forever.
If you want some techno, I got a good thread going in the music part.
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Lethal Interjection wrote: Also: Epic moustache.
While we're on the subject of epic moustaches.
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