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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

There is a word for people without facial hair: Women

The Battle Beard worn well by one of our finest.

Ladies, it is time to quietly assess the men in your life.

Has your man gone to a proper Battle Beard, yet?  A Van Dyke works.  The style doesn't matter as much as the man behind it.  Even if he's going scruffy once in a while, you're probably ok - especially if he is forced to interact with the filthy masses during the week. 

But if your man has not yet gone to his Battle Beard, or shows a resistance, you may need to consider trading your current model for a guy who is a bit more...

...capable.  Soon. 

Here's the website for the handsome devil above.  It took a day or two, but Lois approved by the end of the PatCon.  ;)
 
Kerodin
III

13 comments:

  1. Yeah...sure. Beards are all manly and junk, but when you get hosed down with nerve agents and you can't get a good seal on your gas mask and you're doing the funky monkey as you drown on your own lung fluids, just remember what a stud you are with all that facial hair.

    Retards.


    :D

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    1. OK - so there is that... ;)

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    2. Never had a problem getting a seal on my pro-mask.

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  2. I've always seen beards as a sure sign of a lack of personal discipline. Can't run a blade across your face? Tender skin can't take on a steel blade? Too sensitive to rub your face with sharpened metal? You aren't tough with a beard, you're too lazy or too week to wake up and say, you know what, I think I should hack away at part of my body with a razor. Some guys have it, some don't. Hipsters have beards, men have chins.

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  3. Ugh, NO BEARDS. Scratchy. Mustaches, okay. Sorry Israel, I can't go there. Van Dykes do not work, nor do those Fu Man Chu things, or what are the ones left on your chin that look like you missed a place.....no, no, no.
    ;-)....but seriously, NO!

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  4. Ahhh Walter Zoomie never ceases to crack me up.

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  5. And I have heard of the chin spot being called a "muff tickler". Why, I cannot imagine ;)

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    1. ....but of course you have. I recalled what it called- a soul patch.

      I could think of many replies to this, but in deference to our host and his delicate sensitivities (snort!) and the fact I'm not posting anonymously, I'll just move on.....;-)

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  6. Well, I nev...

    ...I may be lying. ;)

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  7. Spending months below the equator every year, facial hair sucks. Buzz cuts and a baby ass smooth face,especially when it is 95 and the humidity is 110. And bugs! OMG the f'n bugs!

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  8. Facial hair to be a man? It may be needed for the ground-pounder types to feel good about themselves, but those like us on the aviation side of the house have no problems getting the job done without them.

    Matt

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