Dad, what are you doing on tumblr?
@MJPGNFC, I didn't know MisterSir had a Tumblr account!
Seriously though, do most girls not like facial hair? I really like it, and I don't mean stubble; I mean a full grown out beard.
@La Villa Strangiato, Girls hate it. Women, however, love it.
@La Villa Strangiato, i can't grow facial hair, it literally just doesn't work, but i do resemble that of a celebrity (or so I'm told) so i guess that makes up for that? I don't know, i just know i have a bald face.
@The Manwhore, Well that makes sense. I always thought it was an acquired taste because even in middle and high school I loved bearded guys, but I just liked older guys period... I guess I was just a little weird then.
@La Villa Strangiato, We're all weird at that age
@The Manwhore, Very true. I remember when people who liked anime in middle school were considered weird; now they're pretty standard. I guess that stuff changes over time too.
@La Villa Strangiato, I can't stand beards. Stubble is basically required though
@La Villa Strangiato, *whips beard in your direction*
@Yuskue Urameshi, Well there's nothing wrong with a clean shaven guy, celebrity look alike or not :) As long as they're a good guy. And if the bearded guy is a jerk, forget that, I'll take the beardless guy.
@La Villa Strangiato, It's kinda funny how quickly some people mature after highschool though
@La Villa Strangiato, do you also enjoy diesel trucks.
@I pleasure women, Not really, but I like old Jeeps and trucks.
@La Villa Strangiato, Are you, by any chamce, from the south?
@The Manwhore, Nah, I'm in the midwest. Are you from the south?
@La Villa Strangiato, Yup, people who like beards and trucks are quite common here
@La Villa Strangiato, I'm in the Midwest as well, what's funny is that the jokes they make about weather changes here, aren't jokes
@Yuskue Urameshi, Exactly! I'm in Colorado. Not sure about you, but we went from temperatures in the teens to 50 degrees.
@La Villa Strangiato, Illinois, we didn't climb that fast but we dropped from upper 50s all sunny and warm to teens snowing and strong winds
I live in Alabama and the 50s is freezing to us
@The Manwhore, my grandparents just moved to South Carolina and are laughing at people walking around in coats in the 50s haha
@Yuskue Urameshi, I bet the summers are like hell to them
@The Manwhore, they've only been down there about 3 months but its probably not going to be that terrible, isn't the air pretty dry down there, it's way humid up here in the summer.
@Yuskue Urameshi, I'm not sure about SC but Alabama is crazy humid in the summer
@The Manwhore, humidity is stupid, i mean seriously, WHY!?!?
@Yuskue Urameshi, Well Alabama is part of the armpit of the US so it makes a little sense
@La Villa Strangiato, I don't mind a bit of stubble but full beards make me think of tramps, history teachers and food stuck in facial hair
@that narwhal, You got somthin against tramps?
@La Villa Strangiato, it varies from person to person. I personally dislike body and facial hair in general. I find it scratchy and smelly and uncomfortable. But other women like it. It's an opinion thing.
@I Are Lebo, I've always kinda thought it was weird how people like the prepubescent look, but I guess that depends on how young someone looks
@The Manwhore, I'm still a teenager and I LOVE beards! any facial hair that isn't just a moustache is wow :o
@Ninja Sex Party, Yeah, that was more of a joke then an actual statement. People just like what they like.
@La Villa Strangiato, personally I only like stubble on guys with dark hair - ginger or blonde beards/ stubble/ moustaches are a no-no for me. I'm not keen on beards but a little bit of stubble can be very attractive :)
And the internet goes to
Anybody remember the Epillady? That thing was painful!
@BrenniePoo, what is that?
@Metzger, it was a hair remover with coils that rips hair out by the roots. It's actually spelled Epilady.
@BrenniePoo, goodness gracious, sounds medieval, lol. I had one that was also painful, but didn't even work well, it was a thing that looks like scissors, but when you squeezed the handle, it rubbed two strings together that were supposed to wrap around the hair & rip it out, when all it really did was tangle your skin between the strings, lol, hurt like somethin serious.
@Metzger, ouch! That sounds awful, too. Glad I never tried that one!
@BrenniePoo, I don't remember the name, but this was back when VHS's were still a thing, because they sent us one with a tutorial video, & they made using the device look a piece of cake, but noooooo... haha
@Metzger, they said the epilady was painfree too. Liars!
@BrenniePoo, haha, yes indeed!