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    Men should grow facial hair

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    It looks great if done well. No reason to be shaved anymore unless your job requires it. Let it stand as an assertion of your self.
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    This comes 36 hours after shaving my beard of two years
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenn View Post
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    It looks great if done well. No reason to be shaved anymore unless your job requires it. Let it stand as an assertion of your self.
    Oh good lord the world is going to end. I actually agree with kenn on this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Oh good lord the world is going to end. I actually agree with kenn on this one.
    That makes 2 of us......
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    i do enjoy a well maintained beard on a man. my boyfriend is lacking in the hairiness department (he makes up for that by being awesome in many other ways. <3).

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinoHunter View Post
    That makes 2 of us......
    zounds!! ..........make that 3

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    Psssst. Hey - kenn! How about a nose-to-neck photo of your hairyness???

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    I remember there was this guy in college who wore a beard that was about a 1/4 to 1/2 an inch long. I know some people would call that a five o'clock shadow, but it was hot!

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    all about beards: featured beards: Christopher's excellent beard

    No... (although I wouldn't mind a ride on his bike)
    all about beards: featured beards: Jared's amazingly-awesome beard
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    I keep a beard. Unfortunately I can't get good coverage on my cheeks as of yet (I'm still in my mid-twenties so hopefully it'll continue to fill out). But I grow what I can. I like it and my wife likes it, and that's pretty much what matters.
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    I would class myself as an unshaven lout rather than bearded, I trim with hair clippers every so often, maybe up-to a month, never less than 2 weeks. I do no other maintance or shaping so don't really count it as a beard, just lowest possible amount of effort that dosn't result in looking like a crazy grizzley 19th Century prospecter
    You know all those pictures of Adam and Eve where they have belly button? Think about it..................... take as long as you need........................

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