Tuesday, May 5

Men with beards

Some observations as a wife of a beard

  • A beard is beautiful thing. Men with beards are even greater than a beard just sat there on its own, that would be a little creepy, but would make a magnificent pet.

  • Men with beards are handsome dashing creatures with a dignified gentlemanly stature, a fuzz of joy that you just want to squish, and put sticks in.

  • Men with beards are very particular.


  • Don't think that beards just 'sprout' from nowhere, beards take work, oiling, combing, trimming, styling, selfie-taking with a mean sideways glare.

  • Don't think that a beard is just 'a bit of hair'. It's like inviting a royal Persian cat to (for want of a better phrase) sit on your face. The beard has its own conversation sector, it needs to be checked regularly and the wearer needs to be reassured as to its fullness and his handsomeness.

  • There are championships for men with beards. Even some women have beards, it's not for everyone luckily, but something to look forward to in retirement to keep me warm in winter.

  • Brian Blessed is the king of beards, most of the greatest men in history had beards. I can't name any other than Father Christmas but I'm pretty sure this is a fact.

  • There is such a thing as beard envy, though it must never be talked about and it would not be beardly to do so, instead you must thrust out your beard like a pumped up pigeon and show the rival beard who's boss.

Beards ladies and gentlemen.

Thanks for reading,

Wafflemama

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12 comments:

  1. Lol totally agree!!! Jon has ridiculous amounts of beard products that he's starting to take over the bathroom with them!

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    1. Haha, mines already nicked a baby brush and has a special comb. Funny old things! Thanks for reading x

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  2. Oh no, I'm not a fan of a beard, not even a moustache. Everyone around me seems to be growing one though.

    Thanks for linking up with #linkalist

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    1. Oh no, they are everywhere aren't they! There should be a limit though on length :)

      Thanks for reading and hosting :) x

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  3. My husband had a beard and I loved it, but he shaved it off when the weather improved. I look forward to it's regrowth in the winter! ;) #linkalist

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    1. Apparently a man without a beard is called a woman lol, tell him that haha... Thanks for reading :)

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  4. Love beards myself, but have you seen the whole "poop beards" study? Eeeeeeek!!

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    1. Ooh yes, I guess it's down to the wearer and their hygeine, I'm sure there's poop glasses, nails and bum bags too lol :) Thanks for reading!

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  5. Very witty! I'll have to read more. Stopping over from the Link-a-list. ;-)

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    1. Bless you, thank you for popping by and reading :)

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  6. Can't say I heard of beard mania
    Then again I'm not a beard fan

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