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post #16 of 52
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Well, come to think of it, I did decide to treat myself to a special "Birthday Beard" last year. Think I might have to continue the tradition.

post #17 of 52
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Originally Posted by GlendaleViper View Post
Well, come to think of it, I did decide to treat myself to a special "Birthday Beard" last year. Think I might have to continue the tradition.

You kinda look like your avatar, thats weird. Ever paint your face green and wear rs-1's after too much vodka ( I know I Have) ??
post #18 of 52
Thread Starter 
No, but suddenly I bont to sock your blod! Bleh!
post #19 of 52
I sense a "Beard-fi" thread. My sideburns give a more airy presentation. I would assume having a shaved face would increase bass impact.

With love,
-fizz
post #20 of 52
In all seriouness how do you trim a beard.

I've got one now but it get's to the stage where it's annoying. Some patches grow more and get out of control, normally I just shave it all and let it grow back.
post #21 of 52
In all seriouness how do you trim a beard ?

I've got one now but it get's to the stage where it's annoying. Some patches grow more and get out of control, normally I just shave it all and let it grow back.
post #22 of 52
post #23 of 52
And here we present the new member of the Oak Ridge Boys, Joshatdot!
post #24 of 52
If I shave, I lose all my magical powers. That, and I look like a cabbage patch doll...so no shave for me.
post #25 of 52
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Originally Posted by Joshatdot View Post
Never move to Grados bud. Never. You would give new meaning to "woolly bass"

[EDIT] Why is it that mountain-man beards and mops always give me a good feeling? Save for the nastiest looking biker-gang members, there's just something extra friendly about a smiling bearded dude. Look how happy Josh is!
post #26 of 52
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In all seriouness how do you trim a beard ?

I've got one now but it get's to the stage where it's annoying. Some patches grow more and get out of control, normally I just shave it all and let it grow back.
For minor trims, such as my mustache or a patch that's out of control, I use barber sheers. For major trims, I have an electric hair trimmer. It's a cheap version of what they use for buzz cuts or shaving the back of your neck when you get your hair cut. The cheapest ones come with an adjustable comb that lets you trim the length from stubble to about 1 inch. You can also by hair cut kits that include the razor and multiple combs. The ones I've seen have combs up to 3 inches long. If you get a razor cut at the barber, this is what they're using. I works on beards just as well as the hair on top.
post #27 of 52
Thread Starter 
I should probably mention that the beard is gone.

The beard is gone.
post #28 of 52
FYI, that pic is not me I just google image searched 'beard' and that was the most hairy one I saw there
post #29 of 52
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FYI, that pic is not me I just google image searched 'beard' and that was the most hairy one I saw there
You've ruined the mystery, Josh. Ruined it. No pudding for you!
post #30 of 52
you should check out this vid on youtube where this guy takes a pic every 2 hours for a month charting his beard growth...
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