4 THINGS WE ALL NOTICE ABOUT OUR BEARDLESS FRIENDS

 

Hello and good day to you all as we welcome you back to the TBS beard blog, possibly the biggest beard (yes, bigger than yours!) blog on the interwebs!


Did you ever notice that beardless friend of yours? Shall we poke a little light fun at what they might be thinking when they check out your face fur?

So, let us begin your blog which is smartly titled 4 Things We All Notice About Our Beardless Friends... (all for the giggles, relax beardless Brothers.)

THEY SHOW THEIR DISAPPROVAL OF YOUR BEARD, BUT THEY'RE LIKELY SLIGHTLY JEALOUS!

If you beardless friends are anything like mine, most enjoy the face rug, whereas a few may often drop a cheeky or sly comment every now and again.

Usually, they mean no harm, but on occasion, some comments stick a little tougher to swallow than others.

Labeling us lazy because we don't choose to sh\ve, or using the term 'clean shave' really grinds my gears, as that's simply not true and very much a 'one answer fits all' kinda dig in the guts.

But did you ever stop to think that one friend of yours who constantly pays narky comments might actually be a little jealous of not having a beard of his own? Just a thought...

THE BEARDLESS LOOK A LITTLE ODD AND OUT OF PLACE!

It seems beards are big business and grow upon many faces in the year 2018, in fact, there's more bearded than beardless it now seems.

So, when I find myself stood at the bar or socializing with a few friends, my beardless chumps often look like they are the ones who are a little out of place in comparison to my bearded counterparts.

It doesn't seem like a lifetime ago that it was US, the bearded who stood out from the crowd as being somewhat different. Oh, how times have changed!


CHANCES ARE THEY ARE CRAZY BECAUSE THEY CAN'T GROW A BEARD!

Here's a penny for your thoughts, but have you ever pondered the question, why some folks don't have a beard? could it be that some folks CAN'T grow a beard?

I think so, I recently learned that this one friend I used to be rather close to back in the day, who really started a hate game against my ginger face fuzz, so much so he would politely remind me that my beard was, in fact, ginger, and looked scruffy and made me look old and 'like a hobo', his choice of words, not mine.

It didn't instantly register in my thoughts at the time, not until a conversation we shared only a few months ago, when he admitted that he had indeed tired too grow a beard of his own, but failed to do so miserably.

So that snotty nosed comment you got from that beardless fellow the other day could have more reason behind it than you first thought it had.

THEY MIGHT ADMIRE YOUR FACE FURR MORE THAN YOU MIGHT KNOW!

Do you recall that mean kid in the schoolyard who always bullied that one girl/boy with no real reason as to why?

They say they did that because they had a crush on the said person. I honestly feel the same thing applies to that overly negative 'nakey face' from work.

If someone spends so much time thinking about your face fuzz the chances are he rather (secretly) admires those whiskers but doesn't know how to embrace it.

Maybe he can't grow a beard due to work commitments or secretly wishes he could grow a little facial hair even half as majestic as yours. Just keep that In mind now, won't you?


BUT BEARDED OR NOT, YOU NO LESS OF A MAN, WHATEVER INTERNET MEMES MIGHT SAY!

Now, serious talk right here, you'll often see the odd cheeky meme or comical gif suggesting that a man is any less of a man based on having a beard or not alone, please take it as a little light-hearted joke and nothing more.

Yes, us bearded folks do love our face fuzz, but we also love taking this piss out of the beardless just for a little giggle every now and again, it is not meant to cause harm or any upset.

We are just chasing a little light humour and a cheeky giggle amongst the bearded. But I hate to say it, you do look a little silly with a nakey face.

So, that sees today's beard blog come to a close, for now, my Brothers and furry face admirers. As ever we fully encourage you to make your voices known in the comments section you'll find directly below this very post.

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And until next time, beard on Brothers...



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