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Lately this thread has been smelling like something...
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(Hi guys! I've pretty much been in shorts and tees, with no real effort in sartorial wonder for work, so I've got nothing to add but my new baby girl.)
Awesome juxtaposition of the two subjects in the photo. Congratulations, MooDaddy!
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Very Nice, Joe!!



Fred - You do quite well, for being color-blind!! Not sure I am color blind!
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Congrats, Mr. Moo!! May this bundle of joy bring you much happiness..
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your jacket should cover your ass/crotch!
Shorter jackets seem to be fashionable.
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Congrats Moo!!
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Originally Posted by kevinsp8 View Post

Nonsense. Scruff is hot. But loose the neckbeard.


Scruff may be hot but it is definitely not stylish, however, as you rightly say, if he lost the neckbeard, or in other words, groomed his beard well, then it would not be scruffy at all and probably would look a lot more stylish.

Style is what i hopefully think people are aiming for on this board, it being called styleforum after all.

When you use the word 'hot' i suppose you are really meaning to say fashionable, and fashion can be so vulgar and not stylish at all.

So i dont think what i said was nonsense at all.
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todaw, first da
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Hahaha, despite my 32 years of age I look like a high school kid when I'm newly shaved. This does of course not stop me from shaving before I go into office, but this was my day off, mrs is away and well... I was lazy. Trying to pull this off may seem like a lame attempt at grown-ass-man-style, but I know MBreinin has got that base covered so I'm not even going there.

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Well, I kind of think it works somedays too. I usually shave it all off instead of trimming it or making small alterations, as I easily rash and want to fiddle with it as little as possible (and mind you, I have tried almost every product, shaving method etc to avoid this problem, but nothing really works).

Thanks for being mature in not taking what i said personally. Enjoy your youthfulness, be as vulnerable as a high school kid with your looks, and have fun because it does not last forever.

If you are having problems shaving, it is always the blade and / or method, because it is the blade that does the cutting. Go to an experienced hairdresser and let him teach you properly.

I wish you well Mister, you look very handsome in your pictures.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post
Lately this thread has been smelling like something... (Hi guys! I've pretty much been in shorts and tees, with no real effort in sartorial wonder for work, so I've got nothing to add but my new baby girl.)
Congrats Moo ... cute baby (and dog)!!
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Thanks for being mature in not taking what i said personally. Enjoy your youthfulness, be as vulnerable as a high school kid with your looks, and have fun because it does not last forever.

If you are having problems shaving, it is always the blade and / or method, because it is the blade that does the cutting. Go to an experienced hairdresser and let him teach you properly.

I wish you well Mister, you look very handsome in your pictures
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Thank you Sir,

I have consulted professionals about it, had them shave me. But no matter what sort of razor, cream, balm or technique I use it always turns out kind of bad if I do it too often. I haven't given up on finding the perfect method yet though, but this is not the right thread to develop my thoughts on the subject (for example, I haven't tried the Seinfeld-shaving with butter).
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Are you training your dog to detect dirty diapers? Hardly seems necessary.

Congrats, Moo.
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Indeed Mr Moo, Congratulations!
-TTO
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Congrats Moo - enjoy her every second of every day...one day you'll turn around and she'll be 24 sneaking up on 25 and have life of her own....and you'll wonder how it went so fast.
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