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Old Yesterday, 04:40 PM
 
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I don't care for beards at all, especially bushy ones. Husband had a moderate beard for ages, largely because he was finally able to grow one once he retired from the military. When he finally decided to shave it off, it took at least a decade off him. Thankfully, he is not planning to grow it back.
This. I don't find beards appealing at all. The bushier they are the less appealing they are. I just think of all the food and such that drips on them and.....just gross.
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Old Yesterday, 04:41 PM
 
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And the women who claim they hate long beards and long hair, would bang Jason Momoa in a heartbeat.
No. I really don't find anyone with a beard like that attractive. At all. Instant turn-off for me.
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Old Yesterday, 05:11 PM
 
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everyday maintained beards can be attractive. otherwise, no.
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Old Yesterday, 06:12 PM
 
Location: East of the Mississippi and South of Bluegrass
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And the women who claim they hate long beards and long hair, would bang Jason Momoa in a heartbeat.
Yeah, maybe but the real question is...would he let us, hmmm?
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Old Yesterday, 06:28 PM
 
Location: Aurora Denveralis
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The puffy old-west/mountain-man/railroad beards are ridiculous looking on 99.9% of those who wear them, especially anyone under about 30.
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Old Yesterday, 06:54 PM
 
Location: Erie, PA
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It depends I guess like anything else. Some guys can pull off the look while others can't.

I am fine with beards and don't mind them. I actually prefer some facial hair but don't mind either way.
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Old Yesterday, 07:24 PM
 
Location: Nantahala National Forest, NC
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And the women who claim they hate long beards and long hair, would bang Jason Momoa in a heartbeat.

He doesn't fit in with the general shaggy beard guys. WAY above any guy with beards of any kind.
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Old Yesterday, 07:33 PM
 
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No. I'm not a fan of beards.

Since my husband retired, he sometimes goes a few days without shaving. He gets to the point where he can't stand it anymore, then he shaves. It doesn't bother me because his beard doesn't grow very much anyway.

There's a guy who lives in our apartment building. He retired recently, got new glasses and grew a scruffy beard. We hadn't seen him in a while so when he came up to us to say "hello", I didn't recognize him right away. Scruffy beards can really change a man's appearance quite a bit!
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Old Yesterday, 07:45 PM
 
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Iíd say most with shaggy beards donít give a damn if people find them unattractive.
Then why are these particular males (for whom photos are posted here by myself) in the entertainment business (where "image" is EVERYTHING)??????

I can understand select males in the general population not giving a damn about affectional and sexual appeal. But entertainers? Is it just that they are too lazy to shave and/or trim daily? I'd think that it becomes cumbersome to maintain and deal with all that hair, that THAT would be more of a pain than simply keeping their facial/head appearance "manageable". I mean look at the photo of Joaquin Phoenix. Why would one want all that hair to surround their entire face and head each and every single day, year after year after year after year after year after year after year after decade after decade after decade after decade after decade???!!!???!????????

I'd imagine that, AS WELL, their nostrils and ears must be filled with a jungle of hair to contend with . . . as well as their underarms and everywhere else. Whew! I mean I can be lazy myself but THAT is super super super lazy. AND with all their wealth at their avail, they can have others maintain it all FOR them (trimming and tidying them up as needed) . . . so why look like this? Is it actually a FASHION choice on their part (i.e., that they actually LIKE looking like this)? Or is it just a reflection of simple super-uber laziness? But hey, "different strokes for different folks", as the saying goes.
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Old Yesterday, 07:53 PM
 
Location: Forest bathing
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My husband has all his hair plus a nice mustache all flecked with grey. He has never had a beard but occasionally will skip a day or two shaving when we camp.

Do I like beards? No, definitely not but if a man has his trimmed and not scraggly, it looks okay. If my DH wanted one , well, it would have to trimmed and not scruffy but he doesn’t like that food gets caught in one.

I have long hair, very long, well past my waist. I think we have enough hair in our family.
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