Beards… part 2…

I must admit that there is something about beards. One guy, who was sort of a jerk, has forever become known in the pages of history by his nickname, which is a tribute to the color of his beard and not his bloodthirsty ways…

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Some people you just can’t imagine without their beards…

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The weird thing is that beards seem evenly split between the good guys and the bad guys… Bin Laden is was known for his beard…

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Jesus is often depicted with a beard…

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And so is his dad…

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Fidel is a firm believer in facial hair…

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And Sigmund Freud, who, ironically in this case, spent most of his career analyzing the good and the bad of human behavior, was well-known for his facial forest…

a 1 a 3Beards do not necessarily imply anything about the man who grows one, but they can alter our perception of him. We all know the story, whether it is true or not, about the little girl who sent Lincoln a letter telling him to grow a beard because it would make him look nicer or something like that…

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But then again, a beard can seem to be an outgrowth… uh, as it were… of impending trouble…

a 1 a 12A sign that things are not quit right…

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All in all, a beard can be a harmless and fun way to express your individuality…

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But I think I will stick to my mustache… uh… so to speak.

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12 Responses to Beards… part 2…

  1. Tina says:

    The best part about beards is….. they tickle…. Bwah ha ha ha ha

  2. babysteps22 says:

    Captain Jack Sparrow! YOU HAVE TO MENTION HIM if you are talking about beards!

  3. markbialczak says:

    Nothing wrong with a beard, Arthur.

  4. benzeknees says:

    My grandfather used to call his moustache his “cookie duster!”

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