[QUOTE=WarlordBlade;969607]Dang... I think your 'much angrier' face scared everybody away!!
So anyways - I'm thinking of growing a beard like this next...
It might take a coupla days...[/QUOTE]
Awesome. Do you have to slay a Kodiak bear and eat its heart to become that manly?
[QUOTE=Uncephalized;970063]Awesome. Do you have to slay a Kodiak bear and eat its heart to become that manly?[/QUOTE]
Probably heart and testicles with a side of bald eagle egg, cut with a shark's tooth knife and polar bear bone fork.
[QUOTE=justyouraveragecavemen;970440]Probably heart and testicles with a side of bald eagle egg, cut with a shark's tooth knife and polar bear bone fork.[/QUOTE]
That's a good start for sure. But it takes more manliness than that!
[QUOTE=WarlordBlade;970474]That's a good start for sure. But it takes more manliness than that![/QUOTE]
I killed the eagle, shark and both bears using nothing but my erection as my club.
IS THAT MANLY ENOUGH?!
Well that's just gross...
Bare hands and teeth are probably sufficient.. (or Bear hands you took off one of the bears...)
Ah, and what do those poor saps like my roommate who can't grow facial hair for the life of him do? Just feel left out from the fun all of us beard rocking uber-males are having? :p
Had a goatee for years, shaved it, felt weirdly naked. During a week off work a little while ago, I just let the full beard go.
Might be my imagination, but it seems as though the women folk are paying more attention. Not just noticing the difference, but smiling more, being more chatty, more flirtatious.
[QUOTE=wiltondeportes;967415]Maybe I'm singing
"You never close your eyes, anymore, when I kiss your li-i-ips,
There's no tenderness, like before, in your fingerti-i-ips..."[/QUOTE]
After I retired from the Navy, I grew a beard every winter... many animals grow a winter coat, so why shouldn't I....
along with my new primal diet and exercise, new minimalist footwear i'm also keeping my beard a little longer, i typically trimmed to stubble once a month before, but i'm enjoying it now it's getting bushier :)