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BS: Beards and Mudcatters

GUEST,Mike Ireland 17 Oct 00 - 02:45 PM
Clinton Hammond2 17 Oct 00 - 02:49 PM
mousethief 17 Oct 00 - 02:56 PM
Naemanson 17 Oct 00 - 02:59 PM
Midchuck 17 Oct 00 - 03:21 PM
mousethief 17 Oct 00 - 03:23 PM
Joe Offer 17 Oct 00 - 03:59 PM
Ebbie 17 Oct 00 - 04:06 PM
MK 17 Oct 00 - 04:08 PM
Sean Belt 17 Oct 00 - 04:15 PM
GUEST,Matt_R 17 Oct 00 - 04:19 PM
CarolC 17 Oct 00 - 04:31 PM
Haruo 17 Oct 00 - 04:48 PM
InOBU 17 Oct 00 - 04:59 PM
MMario 17 Oct 00 - 05:15 PM
SINSULL 17 Oct 00 - 05:17 PM
mousethief 17 Oct 00 - 05:23 PM
Naemanson 17 Oct 00 - 05:26 PM
hesperis 17 Oct 00 - 05:29 PM
Kim C 17 Oct 00 - 05:34 PM
Matt_R 17 Oct 00 - 05:40 PM
catspaw49 17 Oct 00 - 05:45 PM
Rex 17 Oct 00 - 05:53 PM
SINSULL 17 Oct 00 - 05:57 PM
Amergin 17 Oct 00 - 06:01 PM
Little Neophyte 17 Oct 00 - 06:31 PM
GUEST 17 Oct 00 - 06:41 PM
catspaw49 17 Oct 00 - 06:44 PM
harpgirl 17 Oct 00 - 06:55 PM
Rollo 17 Oct 00 - 07:04 PM
Nathan in Texas 17 Oct 00 - 07:12 PM
McGrath of Harlow 17 Oct 00 - 07:21 PM
Rich(bodhránai gan ciall) 17 Oct 00 - 09:22 PM
catspaw49 17 Oct 00 - 09:31 PM
Bugsy 17 Oct 00 - 09:40 PM
ddw 17 Oct 00 - 10:09 PM
Bill D 17 Oct 00 - 10:44 PM
Naemanson 17 Oct 00 - 11:12 PM
Troll 17 Oct 00 - 11:30 PM
sophocleese 17 Oct 00 - 11:45 PM
Hotspur 18 Oct 00 - 12:17 AM
Jimmy C 18 Oct 00 - 01:34 AM
Mark Cohen 18 Oct 00 - 01:52 AM
Liz the Squeak 18 Oct 00 - 02:19 AM
wysiwyg 18 Oct 00 - 03:01 AM
GUEST,Mike Ireland 18 Oct 00 - 03:38 AM
Amergin 18 Oct 00 - 04:01 AM
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Subject: Beards and Mudcatters
From: GUEST,Mike Ireland
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 02:45 PM

Having looked at some of the mudcat users photographs, and Alisons photos from home. It caused me to pause and think?????

How many mudcatters have beards? Men that is, well in this age of equality - people? Is it only folkies that grow them - to tired in the morning to shave after a long night playing music and other night time things?

Come on own up - whats you view on beards.

Mike

Alison I've dropped you an email and you did get Billys name correct.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Clinton Hammond2
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 02:49 PM

Having a beard beats hell out of dragging a sharp blade across my face every day like some ancient Roman poof...

And well, quite franky, without it I break out like a teenager...

{~`


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: mousethief
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 02:56 PM

I wear a beard primarily because I'm lazy (which is the same reason I wear my hair very short). It helps that it's rather traditional in my religious subculture.

Alex
O..O
=o=


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Naemanson
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 02:59 PM

I first grew a beard after I crossed the Arctic Circle the first time in 1972. I had the idea at the time that I had to earn the right to grow a beard and sailing a Navy ship along the Northern coast of Norway seemed like a good reason. The only times I have shaved it since then was for the year I worked for the USINS and once in college on a whim.

The other time was early on in my relationship with the woman who would become my wife. We were living together and she had gone to bed before i got home. As I stood in the bathroom I made a snap decision to shave and see what I looked like. I then went to bed. In the morning my wife-to-be turned over, looked in my direction and shrieked. She was in bed with a stranger. I never shved again until I went to work for USINS. They required a clean shaven face and I had to comply.

Why? Too lazy to drag a blade over my face. Or maybe it's because God put that hair there. Who am I to take it off?


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Midchuck
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 03:21 PM

Whenever I see a guy with a beard who hasn't had one previously, I always ask, "Why do you cultivate that stuff on your face when it grows wild on your ass?" It's a worn-out line, but I've never gotten a good answer.

Peter.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: mousethief
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 03:23 PM

Cultivate? Who has to cultivate it? It grows wild everywhere. Do you cultivate Kudzu?

Alex
O..O
=o=


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Subject: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Joe Offer
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 03:59 PM

When my beard started to turn grey, it turned bristly, and my ex-wife said it was like kissing a dog. She also objected because it smelled like cigarette smoke. Now it's more white than grey, and I don't smoke, and I'm not married- so I grew a beard a year ago, and I like it.
-Joe-


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Ebbie
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:06 PM

For the record, I don't have a beard- or even a moustache.

When my daughter was 4, she told her uncle: I'm glad I'm not a boy. He asked, Why? Being a boy is better than being a girl! She explained: They can get a moustache, you know.

Ebbie (female)


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: MK
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:08 PM

I just like the look of it and have always instantly regretted it whenever I've been stupid enough to shave it off....although having it makes me look about 5-7 years older than I actually am, and it's all salt and peppery at this point. I agree with Clinton that it also cuts down on shaving time. The bitchingest part of having one for me, is when trimming it, trying to get both sides to match up evenly. On those occassions where I totally mess it up (never trim it when you first wake up in the morning) I just walk around with my head cocked slightly to one side for a few days. *BG*


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Sean Belt
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:15 PM

When I'm acting a role that requires me to be clean-shaven, I shave it off. Then as soon as the play closes, partner Amy gently demands I grow it back. She likes the look of it and as it's gotten more and more grey over the last few years, I find that I like it better, too.
- Sean


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: GUEST,Matt_R
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:19 PM

Red goatee here...had it for about 2 years, because I though it would look cool. My Mom disagreed, my Dad thought it looked cool...but Mom won't let him grow one(!). Had the moustache since um...when I started growing one (like 13 or something)...only shaved it off 2 times in the last 9 years (for 2 week interval both times). I twist it on a regular basis the keep it looking regal.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: CarolC
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:31 PM

Midchuck,

You have to be careful about those hairy ass references. I once made a wisecrack about a guy's hairy ass (which I had not actually seen, myself). He looked shocked and surprised and protested that he did not have a hairy ass.

Carol


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Haruo
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:48 PM

I've had a beard off and on for years. Sometimes full, sometimes short, sometimes with big 'burns, sometimes not, sometimes with moustache like here, sometimes w/o. At the moment I have a fairly long tuft on my chin, but shaved cheeks and lips; I'm told I look "Quaker" or "Almost Amish". On the other hand, in this photo from 1892 I had huge sideburns but a shaved strip in the middle where the beard now is. There's a noticeable but not predominant amount of grey in it, whereas my head hair is almost 100% the colour of youth.

Liland


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: InOBU
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 04:59 PM

Well, I've had a beard for over 25 years. The other day, I was asked to pose for an advertisement for glasses for SENIOR CITIZENS! I'm in my effin fourties! The beard is white, ya see... so I did the add, then out came the razor. My wife had only seen me once without a beard. She laughed for several days, however I now look much younger, not an intirely good thing, but also folks think I have lost wieght - because they no something is different but cant place it, and in the US looseing weight is good, while an elderly friend from the slums of Limmerick thinks I have gained wieght, becuase gaining wieght looks healthy when you are from the old slums of limmerick... So, well, for what it is worth, I suppose I will have to send in a new mudcat photograph...
Larry


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: MMario
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:15 PM

My beard varies with the seasons of the year and the centuries. Of course the century I live in varies with the season of the year, so that makes sense. Currently pretty complete beard, the chin will be going naked shortly leaving me with muttonchops connected with a mustache. January will see the sideburns vanish, goatee return. August the goatee expands to cover most of the face.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: SINSULL
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:17 PM

BU - You once said you just lost 100 lbs. When you shaved the beard?

Beards and banjos are sexy. Mine isn't. I keep it under control with Nair and Jolen.
Mary, still practicing irony.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: mousethief
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:23 PM

You put Nair on your banjo? What's Jolen?

Alex
O..O
=o=


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Naemanson
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:26 PM

My beard makes me look older when it's long but younger when it's trimmed short.

I have it on good authority that women like the feeling of the beard rubbing on their thighs and belly.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: hesperis
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:29 PM

SINSULL - you are getting GOOD at this irony stuff!

I have no beard. A very slight almost invisible moustache, but I don't think anyone but me has ever noticed it before it was pointed out to them.

hesperis, being serious.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Kim C
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:34 PM

Mister has a goatee-type half-beard, a style that was popular during the Civil War. He looks quite smashing with it. Lately he is entertaining the thought of trimming it down to a Buffalo Bill-type thing. :)


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Matt_R
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:40 PM

'S truth Brett. When I don't shave (which is frequently) and my hair is long (long by my standards is not the same as yours! Long in my book is when my USMC regulation high & tight has grown if for a month) I look like an OLD guy! Like someone's history professor or something. But then when I DO shave, trim the goatee down really short, and get my head buzzed, I look like I'm 16-year-old kid again (which isn't so bad, it was only 5 years ago!). Just something about being follicsome...


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: catspaw49
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:45 PM

Seemingly, as usual, the odd man out...............I don't have a beard. Two reasons. first, hard as this may be to believe, I LIKE to shave. I always feel clean, its kinda' invigorating, just have always enjoyed the feel. I'll go a couple of days sometimes and then its really enjoyable. Yeah, I know.....weird. Sorry.

Reason TWO: By all odds I have the shittiest looking beard on the face of the planet although there may be something living underground that looks worse. Its very uneven, being heavy in some spots and light in others and it all grows at vastly different rates. Then there's the colors....that's plural...as in brown, blonde, red, black, and of course now gray. The times I've tried the beard thing, I feel greasy and look shitty. Not my bag at all.

The rest of you all seem to look Ok except for the girls, and I'm sure a few of them may have a better looking beard than I do.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Rex
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:53 PM

Alright, I had to jump in when I saw this. When Allen and Bill stayed at EJ's during their Mudcat Adventure this Summer, I came by and after we had been visiting and playing tunes for awhile someone noticed. All the guys had hairy faces. At least for the small group there, it seemed natural. And like I've always heard, proper men always wear beards.

Rex, running for cover


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: SINSULL
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 05:57 PM

Jolen is bleach. If you saw "A Fish Called Wanda", Wanda, in the bathroom, has white stuff on her upper lip just before going to meet the judge - that's Jolen. Women got the joke more than men. Most of us wouldn't bother just for anyone.

Naemie,
It took me two weeks to get over Spaw's adolescent gropings and now THIS! And I'm out of Ambien.
More irony.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Amergin
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 06:01 PM

Guest, Michael Ireland, you said you got this idea from looking at Alison's pictures from home.....are you saying she has a beard?

Matt R, forgive me if I missed something on another thread or anything (I haven't been on much in the last few days, 12 hour shifts and sleep....), but you wouldn't be the recently departed Mbo by any chance would you?

Amergin


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Little Neophyte
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 06:31 PM

I went for electrolysis


Little Neo


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: GUEST
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 06:41 PM

Many years ago while visiting Italy I couldn't help noticing the preponderance of neatly trimmed noustaches among the natives. On remarking on this to my companion she said that secretly they really wanted to be like their mothers ...


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: catspaw49
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 06:44 PM

Hey Amerigin....As I said in a lot of places, Meebo is gone for good. No more Mbo/no more Meebo. Matt_R shows a lot of enthusiasm, but more maturity and if you check his posts, I think you'll agree. Let's let Meebo go wherever little kids go and welcome Matt_R.........Whaddaya' think?

Spaw


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: harpgirl
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 06:55 PM

When I was 46, I grew a beard. Had it for 20 years, then shaved it. People now tell me I look 20 years younger, so, guess I'll shave more often. Now I can go anywhere without being recognized, that is provided I dont speak.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Rollo
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 07:04 PM

Men with beards have to hide something, they say. Well, I hide my double-chin. and you?


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Nathan in Texas
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 07:12 PM

I wear a beard because it makes me look like a folksinger. Same reason I wear a Greek Fisherman's Cap.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 07:21 PM

I never grew a beard. I just stopped shaving and the hair kept growing. Sometimes I trim bits off the end.

Nobody ever seems to ask why people grow hair on the top of their heads instead of shaving it off every day. Some people do just that, and good luck to them, but most of us don't.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Rich(bodhránai gan ciall)
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 09:22 PM

I usually star a beard in late September and save in April. It just seems to got that way. During the summer I might get lazy and go a little while without shaving. The one big exception is I pretty much always shave fo funerals and viewings. (Sure enough, if I have to shave in January or February for a funeral I know it's gonna get 10 degrees colder and the wind's gonna blow harder than it had been all winter.) A friend of mine a couple years ago saw me clean-shaven and asked "Who died?". It was intended as a joke but I had actually been to see somebody laid out earlier that day.

Ok, enough morbid stuff. Somebody tell a nice beard anecdote.

Rich


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: catspaw49
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 09:31 PM

Gee, I'm glad you shaved harpgirl. I hate to see a woman deemed unrecognizable by facial hair. I've seen your picture and you must have done a good job on the electrolosis........Now if you looked liked somebody, say maybe Kendall, who looks like a complete goof, then maybe the beard would be OK, although the photos of Kendall with a beard aren't much improvement. If he had a cigar in his mouth, he'd look like Lassie taking a dump.

Spaw


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Bugsy
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 09:40 PM

I've always had a beard (since I was 20 that is) but just recently I've had this strange yearning to start shaving again, but the wife told me she'd leave me if I got rid of the beard. So I'm continuing to shave the head daily instead. Boy it feels good!

CHeers

Baldy


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: ddw
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 10:09 PM

Rather attached to a beard myself. Grew my first one in 1964 after I got the OK from my squadron exec, but the squadron commander made me shave it as soon as my leave was over.

Grew it again in 1966, shaved it off for one day in 1968 (I was in a weddng party and the bride's mother told me it looked "dirty") and I've had it ever since. My wife has a fit if I threaten to shave it off — which I sometimes do because it's mostly white now and makes me look my age.

david


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Bill D
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 10:44 PM

lessee if this will work...Ferrara (Rita) & I were at a wedding Sunday, and I posted pics of it....if this LOOOONNNGGG link works, here I am with wife and muttonchops!...(I have tried several times to let it ALL grow, but there is one area that wont grow right and looks lop-sided, so I started doing this 30 years ago...),,,and just in the last year have even quit cutting hair...and THIS is the first time I have worn this suit in 10-15 years!

Bill D and grey whiskers


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Naemanson
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 11:12 PM

Hey Sinsull, life has to include the occasional adolescent groping. And what is Ambien?


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Troll
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 11:30 PM

I have a goatee. It is mostly white. I grew it because I wanted to and if I ever decide to shave it, I will.
My Wife complained about it so in 1996 I shaved it off as a Christmas present. She doesn't celebrate Christmas but I do. Anyhow, two days later she asked me to grow it back because "You don't look like you". She never did say who the hell I looked like and I never asked. There are some things that it's just better not to know.

troll


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: sophocleese
Date: 17 Oct 00 - 11:45 PM

Well I've never had a beard but at the age of 30 I decided to have a Mohawk cut. So I spent a summer shaving my head, not an electric razor by the way, and learning to do it by touch without looking in the mirror. One day I decided that since I never bothered to shave my legs why the hell was I wasting time shaving my head. So I grew my hair back. I sympathize with anyone who grows a beard because they hate shaving.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Hotspur
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 12:17 AM

My dad has practiced a semiannual ritual ever since i can remember: At the autumnal equinox, he starts growing a beard for the winter months. On his birthday, April 13 (or sometimes on the vernal equinox if he's feeling lazy) he shaves it off for the summer. Cool in summer, warm in winter--makes perfect sense to me, although the first time I see him after he shaves is usually a bit of a shock, and makes me think of Mr. Pickwick...


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Jimmy C
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 01:34 AM

I grew a full beard when I was 24 and have had one ever since, although it's now a goateee. (helps eliminate some of the whiteness). At my wedding( 32 years ago) an aunt of my wife threatened to boycott the mass because I looked like a hippie, she would only attend if I was clean shaven. She sure missed a great wedding.

I don't know why I originally grew one, I may have been under the influence of "The Dubliners" at the time and being a banjo player I wanted to look like a folksinger, although even without the music I suspect I still would have grown one.

I did shave it off about 7 years ago but my wife insisted I grow it back, which I did.

There was story about George Bernard Shaw who was shaving one day and a young boy asked him why he shaved, he apparently could not give the child an answer, so he threw the razor away and never shaved again, I believe this is a true story but cannot vouch for it.

My beard is as much a part of me as my hands, eyes and ears, I guess I'll just keep it.


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Mark Cohen
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 01:52 AM

Wait a minute...back there did 'Spaw apologize for being weird? Isn't that like winter apologizing for being cold?

Actually, 'Spaw, I know what you mean about shaving. I grew a beard when I moved to Oregon in 1982, because I wanted to look like an Oregonian. Shaved it in 1989 when I did a singing workshop with Susan Osborn and it felt like I was entering a new age. (Little did I know...) During the next few years I used a shaving brush and Kiss My Face soap in a Mexican mug, which probably had lead in it so I didn't drink from it. I really enjoyed that ritual.

The beard came back when I moved back to Oregon in 1991 after getting married. Then after one of our first really bad fights I decided to shave it as a symbol of my determination to be a new person (back when I was still convinced that all the troubles in my marriage were my fault). Only thing is, I had a two-year-old daughter at the time, who spent the next 3 days going around saying "Daddy scared me!" During that time, though, I made my first and only entry onto the stage.

Now, though I live in a place where it's usually between 70 and 85 degrees year round, I'm still hairy, though all the reddish threads among the brown have turned white. And in case you missed it, that was an oblique reference to an old song, thus qualifying this as a musical thread. So there.

Aloha,
Mark


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 02:19 AM

Oooooooooo all these hairy men, so few airmiles.....

I love beards, all beards, any beards, just love em.... only ever been out with 3 guys who didn't have beards, and that's cos 1 was only 15 and at a posh public school (first love, ah..... sob sob....), 1 was completely bald (but oh, what a hairy chest....) and the other was a toy boy who was still on the bumfluff.....

Chests are my other thing. Hairy chests. It's all Sean Connery's fault. Saw him in Thunderball when I was 11 and just never felt the same about chests again.....

And no, it isn't because I have one. Ask Skipjack....

LTS


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: wysiwyg
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 03:01 AM

!!!!!

Naemanson, it took me two posts to see why you would say that hair is God-given! LOL!!! Really got me there!

Troll, THANK YOU, best laugh all day... that [better not to know] line, LOL!!

Rich, anecdotes? How 'bout a joke? Green haired punk rocker girl goes into hospital for an appendectomy. Goes under the anesthetic. They find she's dyed her southernmost, umm, beard... thatch??... green as well.

Sorry, you'll hafta PM Hardiman to get him to post the punchline. I'm a lady! No thanks to him!

~S~


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: GUEST,Mike Ireland
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 03:38 AM

Ref above from Praise.

So when she woke after the operation someone had written on her inner thigh - sorry I had to mow the lawn.

Mike


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Amergin
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 04:01 AM

Maybe you're right, Spaw....but there's only one way to find out:

OASIS SUCKS!!!!


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: GUEST,Roger the skiffler
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 06:02 AM

So that's another strange thing I share with 'Spaw!
My beard is also a strange mixture of colours so I shave. Plus I don't want to obscure this noble profile, this peaches and cream complexion... (I can get away with this as I haven't posted a Mudcat photo!)
RtS


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: MudGuard
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 06:31 AM

I wear a beard since I finished my army duty - I am just too lazy to shave (apart from the danger I am in if I use a sharp knife in my face before getting really awake).

I think about changing my Mudcat name from MudGuard to MudBeard.

MudGuard/MudBeard


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Subject: RE: BS: Beards and Mudcatters
From: Patrish(inactive)
Date: 18 Oct 00 - 06:55 AM

I used to have a beard in my handbag, it was made of 100% nylon, which was extremely good for chafing faces. I did not wear it permanently, only when requested. It seem a little strange now to think about it. I will have to look out for it and wear it at the next UK gathering.
Patrish


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