Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: I've had enough.
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I started growing my beard when I was about 15 years old because my dad told me it would help to keep me warm when we were hunting. I've worn a beard or goate ever since and I am now in my 30's. When I shave my cheeks and neck in the winter, from time to time, I hate it. The cold bites my face really hard and the skin gets chapped and irritated. I couldn't imagine my entire face feeling like that. Is that was those fare faced people go thru in the winter? ugh!
wb 86 - wait until you are out and the snow is falling, you'll really notice a differance then, a big one.
Being harry has its advantages... and disadvantages too I guess, like having to shake like a dog when I get out of the shower. Okay, that was a joke, but it does take me a long time to dry off after bathing and my beard take 10-15 minutes to dry. Of course the hair on my chin is about 6-8 inches long at the moment. You should see how it looks when I ride my old Shovelhead, lol. I caught a glimpse of it once in a minivan window.