My beard and moustache

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    26 Responses to My beard and moustache

    1. Doesnt anything good come from you?


    2. well that explains all the dickgirls


    3. y is he the one associated with dickgirls and not me? i have no ugly ass beard


    4. it looks like a cross between bin ladens beard and my ballsack


    5. That thing is fucking disgusting, shave it.

      God damn that’s worse then fucking bums I see on the streets.


    6. “Neighbors later said he seemed like a nice enough guy, tho a loner, really. At least they knew what finally happened to all those missing children in the neighborhood.”

      (I kid. I`m a kidder.)


    7. Who are you? That 6 Dollar shirt guy?

      Only 2 people should have beards like that:
      Hobos living under a bridge and Hobos living in the forest.


    8. It’s like everything makes sense now about you, but there is so much more unknown. Keep it that way.


    9. ^^Fuck all these guys, Atk. A beard like that takes dedication. At least a) it’s relatively even, b) not a fucking neckbeard, c) not one of those pencil-thin faggot jaw-liners, and finally d) has no food stuck in it.

      Had one myself, long ago, but it looked like an animal had died on my face and itched like a motherfucker. Just looking at this now is making me scratch.


    10. * “There are two kinds of people in this world that go around beardless—boys and women—and I am neither one.” -Greek saying

      * “A woman with a beard looks like a man. A man without a beard looks like a woman.” – Afghan Saying

      * “The beard is the handsomeness of the face, and a wife is the joy in a man’s heart.” – R’ Akiva, Eicha Rabbah

      * Leonato: You may light on a husband that hath no beard.
      Beatrice: What should I do with him? Dress him in my apparel and make him my waiting-gentlewoman? He that hath a beard is more than a youth, and he that hath no beard is less than a man: and he that is more than a youth is not for me, and he that is less than a man, I am not for him… -William Shakespeare – Excerpt from Much Ado About Nothing – Act 2, Scene I

      * “And yet your beards forbid me…” – Banquo, to the witches, in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

      * “Shaving was a custom of the Macedonian military, taken over by Hellenic and Roman society. From then on the beard becomes a philosophical status symbol, a sign of non-conformism.” – Peter Sloterdijk, Critique of Cynical Reason, pg. 210, n.4



    11. God damn, what the hell is wrong with you people? That thing is magnificent. Rock on, Antkinson.


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