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post #5521 of 13864
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

Wow. "No need to freak out."

Their use of that language freaks me out more than their use of beard-harvested yeast.
post #5522 of 13864
Yes. My original post was voicing my disgust with the ubiquitous craft-beard. So played out. Imagine all the dander and food grossness falling off all those unkempt faces, right into the vats and pint glasses... This shit is taking it to a different level tho.
post #5523 of 13864
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

Yes. My original post was voicing my disgust with the ubiquitous craft-beard. So played out. Imagine all the dander and food grossness falling off all those unkempt faces, right into the vats and pint glasses... This shit is taking it to a different level tho.

Realtalk, I'd probably grow a beard if I had the genetic capability to do so (33 and unable to grow facial hair right here shog[1].gif)

That said, there are situations where I can't imagine having a beard, like sweating profusely while working out.
post #5524 of 13864

Beards are in, no doubt about that.

 

The tragedy is that scraggly tramp scruff so many guys are calling a beard these days. And neck beards.

 

Hair on your face, that's fine. Hair on your neck, you're homeless.

post #5525 of 13864
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Originally Posted by notwithit View Post

That said, there are situations where I can't imagine having a beard, like sweating profusely while working out.

You really don't notice it. Do you find the top of your head significantly hotter?
post #5526 of 13864
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Originally Posted by YoungM View Post

You really don't notice it. Do you find the top of your head significantly hotter?

Certainly the more hair I have, the hotter it feels.
post #5527 of 13864
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Originally Posted by YoungM View Post

You really don't notice it. Do you find the top of your head significantly hotter?

As someone who is a distance runner and has had a beard for 7+ years now, I have to co-sign this. I don't get any warmer working out because of the beard. If anything it's more of a pain during the winter when it freezes.
post #5528 of 13864
I sometimes regret having a beard when hiking through the desert in 100F heat. But, having a thick beard during ski season definitely makes up for it.
post #5529 of 13864
Having a beard, I definitely notice sweat accumulating at my chin when I work out. It's pretty gross.
post #5530 of 13864
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Originally Posted by Meis View Post

As someone who is a distance runner and has had a beard for 7+ years now, I have to co-sign this. I don't get any warmer working out because of the beard. If anything it's more of a pain during the winter when it freezes.

They warm your cheeks in the winter, which is nice.
post #5531 of 13864
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

These hate lists are hilarious. Previous level hate

shoreman comin wit dat next level hate
post #5532 of 13864
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Originally Posted by cocostella View Post

Wow. "No need to freak out."

This is a common thing in portland, lots of brewers have beards and release these disgusting gimmick beers.
post #5533 of 13864
Does this look like a valid address in Sweden, does anybody know?
I've altered the digits for privacy, but are there supposed to be two numbers separated only by a space before "Stockholm"?
Is anything (like a district or postal code) missing?
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Fname Lname
Hornsgatan 18
102 28 Stockholm
Sweden
post #5534 of 13864
The 102 28 is the post code, not for that street though, but otherwise looks legit.
post #5535 of 13864
Thanks
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