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post #46 of 104
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Originally Posted by Vito View Post
Smoking a cigarette always takes the gold medal in low-class style and behavior. All other things are a very distant second.

Patently erroneous.
post #47 of 104
The "soulpatch" tends to override even the most pubic of goatees.
post #48 of 104
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+1.
post #49 of 104
Your reaction to Herman Kahn's sick chin strap...? Calling Manton:
post #50 of 104
I don't know. I can take or leave a goatee and I've worn one myself (I did come of age in the late 1980s, early 1990s afterall), but I can't see how we can call this look the lowest of low class.





post #51 of 104
I wear a goatee. I doubt that I'm high class though. Then again, I doubt any of you would call me low class in person.
post #52 of 104
a goatee in new jersey is a mark of culture.
post #53 of 104
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
I wear a goatee. I doubt that I'm high class though. Then again, I doubt any of you would call me low class in person.

We'd be feeling too sorry for you and want to be nice?
post #54 of 104
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hence the term "Prison Pussy" or "toilet seat".
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post
I used to play ice hockey with this guy that always wore sunglasses. He wore them to public skating sessions as well. I thought he was the biggest asshole until I found out he had to wear them due to some medical/eye condition.
Yeah, shouldn't be so quick to judge people when you don't know their life. My wife wears sunglasses indoors sometimes due to dry eye syndrome and some people probably think she's an ass. But I don't know of any medical condition that requires a ginger jawline beard or wife beater shirt
post #55 of 104
I always figured those jawline beards were usually worn by people that could not grow a full beard.
post #56 of 104
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
I always figured those jawline beards were usually worn by people that could not grow a full beard.
Or maybe alopecia? I was looking for images of jawline beards and came across this humorous blog. http://www.worldblogzone.com/2008/12...rd-styles.html I wish I could play with different styles like that. I usually look like I'm trying to grow a goatee because I'm not clean shaven and that's where I mostly grow.
post #57 of 104
Mutton chops.
post #58 of 104
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Originally Posted by iammatt View Post
Mutton chops.


Chester Arthur would tell you to shove it; but he's too classy to do so.
post #59 of 104
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Mutton chops.

Like everything else though on the right person they rock. I'm partial to the Bismarck myself but don't have the required pilosity to grow one + every fucking hipster would think it's ironic.
post #60 of 104
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We'd be feeling too sorry for you and want to be nice?

No, you'd be worried that I'd go Jersey on your ass.
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