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Mar 18 17 4:56 PM
DanoM wrote:Sorry, I'm a week behind. There is no such thing as having too much fun. The ukulele photo is awesome. All of your photos are. I'm glad you've found a solution to your kissing issue. It's win-win as you get to be bearded and she gets kisses.
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Mar 19 17 11:07 AM
Pandarocks wrote:Sy! Great update as usual, mate. I like that your great looking beard has set you on this positive path in life, job and family. In some ways, by adding the 'amour' of beardedness, it allows us to move ahead confidently in a more relaxed manner and all that is good within flows outward more freely. You are a great example of the possibility for betterment thru bearding. : )
Cheer to you always, Sy!
Mar 19 17 11:08 AM
Beard69 wrote:Seeeeeeee what happened to YOU
NEWMAN looks soooo good!!!
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Mar 19 17 12:09 PM
Tandetaa wrote:Nice update Sy!
You were supposed to be bearded Sir. Totally different look between those two guys. The only difference is (obviously apart from the lenght of the beard) is how your eyes tend to smile the longer it gets important the eyes smile.
Nice to see you again.
Have a good Sunday Sir!
Mar 19 17 12:13 PM
Car guy wrote:Great update and great looking beard as always. Your barber is doing a wonderful job of following your directives and sculpting a masterpiece from a premium piece of clay. I hope other first time beard growers see this and realize the importance of giving their beards the full 13 week program of growth and enjoyment. It takes that long to assess potential.
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Mar 19 17 3:41 PM
Slybeard wrote:You are doing exceptionally well, Sy. You comparison photos tell the story. You look much happier with the beard than with the stubble.
Tom E wrote:Wow, Sy, that beard fits you to a 'T'! You clearly have a great relationship with your barber. Now all you need do is find a ball and chain so that he doesn't get away! It's a beard that just drips with class and whether you choose to stay at this length or go longer (which I hope you'll do if for no other reason than to try it) you know you grow and wear a beard that's a show-stopper!
I saw your prior post about intimacy and, I have to tell you, you're one very lucky man to have a wife who's so amenable! It took my wife and me several months to get used to my beard and now it's just not an issue any more. Well, at least not most of the time, and when it is an 'issue' it's really more a point of humor than anything. Be sure to have a look at the following thread for tips on kissing. It's a fun read if anything!http://jefffsbeardboard.yuku.com/topic/34770/Staches-and-kissing#.WM9EpG8rKUk
jltrek123 wrote:Now I haven't read every single posting in this thread but I do have to say...I disagree with your statements about not liking the two tone beard. I think it looks incredible! And distinguished!!! I have only a few gray hairs in my "beard" and a part of me really wants a few more in the same location to have a little patch of gray. You are rocking that beard like a pro!!!!! Congrats.
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