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My first beard, now shaved I add.

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I think it look squite fetching. But I am biased, I like beards.
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Wife didn;t mind the look, hated the scratching.. so the beard had to go.
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You get used to it. A good conditioner works wonders as well.
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I think I just admited I use conditioner on my beard in an open forum...
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I didnt do it

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Grow it back, beards are cool. I keep growing one but have to shave it off for work. I need a beard friendly profession.

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Grow it back, beards are cool. I keep growing one but have to shave it off for work. I need a beard friendly profession.

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I agree, beards are gorgeous, and yours suited you most well,Sir.
Maybe the wife wisely thought it may make you irresistible to other women and so encouraged it's removal to save you the bother of continually having to fight them off... :wink:
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Nah, she hated the scratching when I nuzzled her.

Fret ye not Thrud, I use conditioner to shave with, I eschew shaving foam as it dries out my face and conditioner helps the razor glide and keeps face moist.
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Ooh, suited you sir!
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I had big comedy red beard for a while, seven or eight months of growth. I used to condition it and then play with it's fluffy splendidnes. Sadly I looked stupid with it that hefty so I will have to wait until I am old and able to get away with big comedy beard.

I just wish my stupid hair would hurry up and go a bit balder rather than this stupid fluffy thin crud that doesn't do anything. I want the Mick Aston look.
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Post by Fox »

I think you look better partially obscured.

Tell the wife the beard gets softer if you keep it and trim it (and use conditioner)

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Gee thanks Fox ;-)

Partially obscured eh, hey why not just suggest I wear a paper bag over my head, Mr Adonis ;-)
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isnt it a mole not a Badger?

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gregory23b wrote:why not just suggest I wear a paper bag over my head
Because I don't think I can provenance that for the periods you re-enact.

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Ah, but I can provenance paper hats and paper packages, so how about a paper hat that is too large that happens to fall over my face? But without the heretical writing of course.
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I grow the beard for Hussite purposes, alas it is not liked by my better half so will be shaved off at end of season lol
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I like beards...

Gives me something to hang on to. Woof :twisted:

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Conditioner on a beard :shock: , that is probably the gayest thing I’ve heard this year. Doesn’t it make it smell and your food taste like soap? Doesn't it alter the filtration properties? Doesn't your chick think you've been kissing some one else? Does it attract bees?

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Tod wrote:Conditioner on a beard :shock: , that is probably the gayest thing I’ve heard this year. Doesn’t it make it smell and your food taste like soap? Doesn't it alter the filtration properties? Doesn't your chick think you've been kissing some one else? Does it attract bees?
Possibly is, no, no, no and no.

Just makes it fluffy. I have no need at the moment though as it's a sensible size.
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Roos grew a beard - I stopped shaving my legs :twisted: ....
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Lady Roos wrote:Roos grew a beard - I stopped shaving my legs :twisted: ....
I now have a very disturbing mental image :twisted: :roll:

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Simon Atford wrote:
Lady Roos wrote:Roos grew a beard - I stopped shaving my legs :twisted: ....
I now have a very disturbing mental image :twisted: :roll:

Goodie, it WAS disturbing....... :D
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Medeival velcro comes to mind. :shock:
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Lady R, you would still be gorgeous with bristly gams ;-)
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Post by Gandi »

unlike you badger boy :twisted:
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Thrud wrote:You get used to it. A good conditioner works wonders as well.
Indeed it does. Thrud

Mine is currently down to goatee level but does improve for the sake of a bit of conditioner when available. makes them silky.

That reminds me mine is in need of a trim.

Gregory, though not seen you without the beard I think it rather suits you :)

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