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You are a bad man Grymm, a ver' bad man.

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So where is the photo of you without a beard?
How can we truely be expected to compare & contrast :wink:
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You would be overawed and subject to irrational mind movements, your human brain would not be able to cope with such wonder, be thankful there is no such image for you to cast your gaze upon.
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Looks like it will have to be Photoshop then :lol: :wink:
................when I have a week or 2 to spare!

Will have to meet up again sometime.
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So where is the photo of you without a beard?
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Glad to be of service :twisted:
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That will be repaid, in spades, in spades I tells ya.

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bring it on Porto...bring it on!

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That 'orc' photo is the most disturbing though....
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Post by Gandi »

well there's always your popeye impression

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made worse by the strapping

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:twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

although it does look like i'm some kind of perverted stalker having all these pics of you.....no change there then! 8)
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What a pin up! :o
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Who is he? Imposter!
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As they say, abscess makes the fart go Honda!
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:groan: :mrgreen: 8).... lol

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What disturbed me was the shot in which you look like an ancient Lee Evans!
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Gandi wrote:
So where is the photo of you without a beard?
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Glad to be of service :twisted:
Araghhhhhhhhhhhh!
Quick grow it back!!

I thought I'd seen that face. One rainy day in York. Spouting water from the top of the cathedral :lol: :lol:
Only kidding :wink:
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I have heard worse, and no need to say you were joking T16, I know ;-)

this one is far more disturbing, the orc

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Absolutely excellent! You lucky person getting to play there :D
Nothing scary 'bout those pics.
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It' a whole new take on what Ced would call "GROWLING at the Badger :lol: !"

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:shock: why is it when some men have a beard they look like they have a top lip but when the shave it off it buggers off as well grow it back man
they looks naked :oops: please dont post a photo of that though im off to eat me lunch

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face off

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As does his Beard too? :wink:
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I only just found this.
Very nice photos.









Of the re-enacting, not his face.

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Post by Alice the Huswyf »

I have always wondered why The Bearded Lady was such a talking point at Fairs. Most ladies are bearded (or at least moustachioed). Surely they mean The Two-Bearded Lady.........................
Is it 'coz I is middewl clarse, aih?

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