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brightpearl 03-04-2008 10:33 PM

urgent shaving questions
 
thanks for the idea, tunes :D

I'm in the market for a new look, and I think a righteous beard might be just the trick. I'm having trouble getting it to grow, however. I've heard that if you shave, the hair grows back thicker...?

This is what I'm going for:

brightpearl 03-04-2008 10:34 PM

I think I might be able to grow this kind, but what sort of razor should one use?

lukkucairi 03-04-2008 10:48 PM

^ erm...a laser-guided one?


Hyakujo's Fox 03-04-2008 11:37 PM

URGENT ADVICE REQUIRED
 
I've got a nasty burr in the left muttonchop and have booked to dine at Brannigan's tonight with a very special lady. I'm a strict traditionalist so laser guided assistance is out of the question!

HEEEEEELLLLLLPPPPP!

lukkucairi 03-05-2008 12:22 AM

try this:



I hear they sell it in your neck of the woods :)

if that's still too contemporary, you could just use a lump of soft beeswax.

Tunesmith 03-05-2008 01:10 AM

(aw, now I don't have to be an internet operative! thanks, pearly! :D )

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So I'm a "long-time wisher, first-time grower" (:) ) and I recently saw an enlightening statistic that suggested that females are, ah...erm...attracted to men with facial hair. :o

So, me being slightly "challenged" when it comes to the "dating pool" as they say, I was wondering if any senior mustachio'd men could give me any tips. My goal is this bad boy, but I could settle for something a bit less brazen.

Thanks,

MustacheMan212

Tunesmith 03-05-2008 01:22 AM

pearly:

I've always thought of you as more of a



Y'know, something that just screams "I am beard, hear me roar!"

I can't help noticing interesting parallels between your future facial hair and the Saguaro Cactus, though:



I would trim liberally to remove any confusion. Unless you go for that kind of thing.

Hyakujo's Fox 03-05-2008 02:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lukkucairi (Post 379447)
try this:



I hear they sell it in your neck of the woods :)

if that's still too contemporary, you could just use a lump of soft beeswax.

Frankly I'm offended. And where are the moderators in all this. I'm going back to the beard board. Another opportunity missed ze frank! :mad:

Odbe 03-05-2008 04:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 379440)
thanks for the idea, tunes :D

:eek: This is way too much after the tentacle pr0n discussion.

Frieda 03-11-2008 07:09 AM



this is bertus, bouncer guy at the pub i used to go to

brightpearl 03-11-2008 10:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hyakujo's Fox (Post 379469)
Frankly I'm offended. And where are the moderators in all this. I'm going back to the beard board. Another opportunity missed ze frank! :mad:

You Ozzies are so sensitive about your nads.

Angry Kid Hoyt 03-11-2008 11:12 AM



You would look nice styled thusly, I feel.

(and, yes, that is ear hair)

Brynn 03-11-2008 01:12 PM

the mustache? Impeccably trimmed, of course!
personally, i like a nicely kept chin.

Brynn 03-19-2008 01:44 AM

^I'm going to go to the threadkiller thread now. I got my mojo workin'.

Hyakujo's Fox 03-19-2008 01:58 AM

^thanks for the bump

Quote:

Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 380668)
You Ozzies are so sensitive about your nads.

:o

craig johnston 03-29-2008 09:12 AM

In the pubic interest


What a lousy way to go

Marc Abrahams
Tuesday March 4, 2008
The Guardian


The rise and fall of a louse is tragic in the eyes of the louse and in the hearts of scientists who love that louse.
Until recently pubic lice, also known as "crabs", were riding high. Studies in the 60s, 70s and 80s reported more of them were taking up residence in their favourite neighbourhoods.

The louse had even overcome its poor reputation with scientists, who believed them to be lazy and slow. That characterisation was smashed to glorious pieces in 1983, thanks to a report by Ian Burgess and John Maunder, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Tin Than Myint, of the ministry of health in Rangoon, Burma.

Their study, Maintenance of the Crab Louse, Pthirus pubis, in the Laboratory and Behavioural Studies Using Volunteers, tells how they coated groups of pubic lice with powders that glow different colours under ultraviolet light. They then gave each group of lice a chance to migrate from its old home on one human body to a new home on another. The colours let the scientists see what moved where when - and it revealed a surprise.

Pubic lice showed themselves to be neither sedentary nor sluggish. Nay, says the report, "these observations suggest the converse is true and that these insects are extremely active".

But devastation visited the pubic louse community. A 2006 study called Did the Brazilian Kill the Pubic Louse?, written by NR Armstrong and JD Wilson, of Leeds General Infirmary, wonders at the sudden rarity of pubic lice in the UK and elsewhere. Published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections, the study suggests a possible cause:

"The drop in pubic lice in women appears to be most dramatic around 2000 and coincided with the introduction of extensive waxing techniques, such as the 'Brazilian', in women in the United Kingdom."

In this era where more and more animal species face the spectre of extinction, the "Brazilian" study sent alarm through the research community. Dutch naturalist Kees Moeliker, intrigued that the pubic louse might soon vanish altogether, started a campaign to collect and preserve some specimens for the Rotterdam Natural History Museum, of which he is a curator. "When the bamboo forests that the giant panda lives in were cut down, the bear became threatened with extinction," Moeliker explains. "Pubic lice can't live without pubic hair."

Moeliker is coming to Britain to collect some specimens. He will take part in the Ig Nobel Tour for National Science and Engineering Week (March 6-16). If you have a specimen of Phthiris pubis you'd like to donate to science, or know someone who has, please bring them to one of the events.

Marcus Bales 03-29-2008 10:21 AM

The Brazilian

... A 2006 study called "Did the Brazilian Kill the Pubic Louse?", written by NR Armstrong and JD Wilson, of Leeds General Infirmary, wonders at the sudden rarity of pubic lice in the UK and elsewhere. Published in the journal Sexually Transmitted Infections, the study suggests a possible cause ... Dutch naturalist Kees Moeliker ... started a campaign to collect and preserve some specimens for the Rotterdam Natural History Museum, of which he is a curator. "When the bamboo forests that the giant panda lives in were cut down, the bear became threatened with extinction," ... Moeliker ... will take part in the Ig Nobel Tour for National Science and Engineering Week (March 6-16). If you have a specimen of Phthiris pubis you'd like to donate to science, or know someone who has, please bring them to one of the events. -- Marc Abrahams, in The Guardian, Tuesday March 4, 2008

Girls, though you are tough or tender,
Fat, or medium, or slender,
Clean and sober, on a bender,
Drink it straight or from a blender,
Free or trussed in a suspender,
In firm control or fond surrender,
Smooth the groove of your pudenda.
Burma Shave.

YsaPur EsChomuw 03-29-2008 02:04 PM

The question seldom addressed is where Medusa had snakes. Underarm hair is an even more embarassing problem when it keeps biting the top of the deodorant bottle.

Terrry Pratchett: Soul Music

skip intro 03-30-2008 08:43 AM

do you practise what you preach mr bales?

Marcus Bales 03-30-2008 08:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by skip intro (Post 382679)
do you practise what you preach mr bales?

In a similar spirit I do edit my work.

craig johnston 03-30-2008 06:40 PM

Quote:

In a similar spirit I do edit my work.
what? you have lice in your pomes?

my mind is full of unpleasant images

:(

Marcus Bales 03-30-2008 10:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by craig johnston (Post 382739)
my mind is full of unpleasant images.

Oh, you must be used to that by now!

priceyfatprude 04-02-2008 01:17 AM

When someone has freaky facial hair or freaky head hair I always have to wonder if they have freaky pubes.

Brynn 04-02-2008 10:10 PM

Yes, whose mind doesn't go directly to that? Then one has to start thinking about their parents, siblings and pets as well.

brightpearl 05-25-2008 10:04 PM

This ought to cover everything.
Jon Dyer's Quest for Every Beard

I think I like the Hulihee best.

brightpearl 05-05-2009 07:57 PM

But where does this leave Sylvia Plath?

Poets ranked by beard weight.
Thoreau, a mere 29.

lukkucairi 05-06-2009 01:49 AM

http://beardeddevelopers.com/

'nuff said, really

lukkucairi 05-06-2009 01:51 AM

computer languages and facial hair

Brynn 05-06-2009 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lukkucairi (Post 410532)

:D what a mighty army!

brightpearl 08-13-2010 11:02 AM

ahem.

*bump*

brightpearl 07-30-2011 12:31 PM

This looks like a toughie.


Brynn 08-01-2011 01:02 PM

^nicely done

YsaPur EsChomuw 01-21-2012 05:31 PM

L:eek:OK!

Brynn 01-24-2012 01:51 AM

For when you don't have time to shave...

brightpearl 01-27-2012 11:39 AM

^I can't believe that's been in here all week without Marcus posting something about merkins.

Brynn 05-23-2012 06:43 PM

Official American Mustache Institute's disclaimer

brightpearl 05-24-2012 06:56 PM

^that is the very best thing I've seen in quite some time

Frieda 05-26-2012 07:17 AM

^^ :D:D

Brynn 05-26-2012 06:02 PM

be sure to click on the "interview" with Dave Navarro....


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