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    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2011
    First pics, then topless pics, and now lathering videos? Where will the madness end!

    Not video here, but sequential at least.

    1. Unkempt after a weekend at the cabin. Still smelling of smoke.
    2. Trimmer! (I need a better one.)
    3. L√ĄTHER!
    4. Post-shave and some fine tuning with scissors and tweezers. Coffee. (The mug says: "Bourgeois! Shoo!")
    • CommentTimeMay 30th 2011
  1.  (9849.263)
    Well, I spent 3 weeks going from clean shaven to none shaving and managed to amass around about the same amount of facial hair most of you seem to notice you've gained after an impromptu afternoon nap. I give up, and am going to do drag instead of trying to prove how masculine I am.
    • CommentTimeMay 31st 2011
    As usual, taphead, I can't stop myself swooning with you around.
    • CommentTimeJun 1st 2011
    *joins the taphead appreciation society*

    Mmm, wood smoke...
  2.  (9849.266)
    A thread that is both hilarious and informative. I like.

    I've wanted to grow a beard since I was 17, unfortunately due to my genes, I had to keep waiting. My facial never seemed to fill in, the best I could get for the longest time was random patches on my face. Nowhere near enough to make a beard, so I kept waiting and waiting..
    Switch to a few months ago, and I finally felt like I had enough hair to make a go. All I've managed to grow so far is this weird Beard-tee or Go-teard. Whats more its still needs a lot of filling in, and to my surprise subtle streaks of grey white hair. Weird.

    Of course now that I have a semblance of a beard, I find myself growing bald, my entire body is systematically being covered with hair like a California fire during a dry spell, and I'm fining patches of hair in places no hair should be.

    Yes, ladies. I am single. Shocking, I know:)

    Also, Im having trouble trimming my go-teard specifically, keeping the goatee's left and right side symetrical. Any trimming tips from the pros?

    Also, any recommendations for trimmers. The one Im using is already inadequate. I need something that trims consistently even, and preferably with adjustable settings.
  3.  (9849.267)
    honestly, with a goatee, best way in my experience to keep it straight is to ditch the trimmer, grab a pair of barber's scissors and a comb, and do it by hand. trim less than you think you need to. for the edges of it, use your razor, take your time, and make a couple of passes instead of trying to get it perfect on the first swipe.

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