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    It seems every famous guy i see on tv at the mo has either long stubble or a beard. Do you think its becoming fashionable? Do you like it? Opinions?
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    Beards are like chainsaws and fishnet stockings.

    Every man should own one.
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    Maybe we're re-living the hippie phase?
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    I hope not. Well actually it depends what you mean. Stubble/long stubble looks really good. Big Father Christmas beards, however, do not look good (on the young).
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    i quite like a lil bit of stubble, bit rugged you knw
    so long as your not full on blackbeard
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    i loved my beard - flatmates persuaded me to shave it off when i was drunk - a messy job...
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    (Original post by iamdeviant)
    It seems every famous guy i see on tv at the mo has either long stubble or a beard. Do you think its becoming fashionable? Do you like it? Opinions?
    Anything to do with the fact you have a bit of a beard?
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    oh no, i dont mean santa or like caveman type beards. i mean so you can still see skin underneath but longer than stubble.
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    I don't mind them, personally. Stubble, beard, or other.

    I saw a guy I knew from school around college the other day, and he's now sporting long hair and a bushy beard in a sort of death metal way. There's something quite mature about the "look, I can grow a beard!" thing.
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    Now tell me that doesn't look good!
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    Just not a Van Dyke. Never a Van Dyke.

    They make anyone who is wearing one look like a total douche.
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    (Original post by emilyjane_09)
    Anything to do with the fact you have a bit of a beard?
    partly yeah, i mean im only trying it out as ive always been clean shaven and never the most fasionable person so thought id give it a go. But i just didnt know if anyone actually the whole beard look and if theyd class it as fashionable
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    I dont like beards at all. Just think it looks dirty =/
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    (Original post by imomo16)

    Now tell me that doesn't look good!
    i think you can only pull off one of those if you have long hair too. imagine having short hair and one of them!
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    (Original post by iamdeviant)
    partly yeah, i mean im only trying it out as ive always been clean shaven and never the most fasionable person so thought id give it a go. But i just didnt know if anyone actually the whole beard look and if theyd class it as fashionable
    personally, beards aren't attractive, but stubble can be. :yep:
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    i dont intend to have a beard, its more me not being arsed to shave since it takes too long in my morning routine and is rather tedious!
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    no, imo.
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    Eew beards.
    Yeah, they are a huge turn off for me. Stubble is fine, but my ex grew a proper long (and ginger) beard and it really grossed me out going anywhere near it.
    I try not to be shallow, but i guess maybe i have a little phobia or something? :rolleyes:
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    Fashionable, no. A mark of dedication, yes.

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    I'm going for something like this :

 
 
 
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