Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by LA Guy, May 15, 2015.
Their use of that language freaks me out more than their use of beard-harvested yeast.
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 )
That said, there are situations where I can't imagine having a beard, like sweating profusely while working out.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Having a beard, I definitely notice sweat accumulating at my chin when I work out. It's pretty gross.
They warm your cheeks in the winter, which is nice.
shoreman comin wit dat next level hate
This is a common thing in portland, lots of brewers have beards and release these disgusting gimmick beers.
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?
102 28 Stockholm
102 28 Stockholm
The 102 28 is the post code, not for that street though, but otherwise looks legit.
Separate names with a comma.