No new art from me but here are a few from a occasionally bearded fellow artist Tom Dean.
I’ve anyone reads this please help. Carl has gone raving mad. I tried to shear him off but to no avail. I suggest strategic military opps. I’ll keep you updated if I can.
The beard has developed a mind of its own. I’m not sure if it is safe to type th
It’s been a grueling challenge these many months maturing my masculine beard. I’ve been called everything from Heyzues to The Bearded Devil. (My favorite by far was that my beard was Christ like. The very epitome of divinity. Amen.) The combination of being trapped in the woods for three weeks battling the elements, bombarded by bugs, dancing with devils club and the weight of the massive follicle excrement coming out of my chin has started to make me more crazy than Howard Moon as a coco loco castaway.
Somehow through all this I must laugh in the face of nature see my plight through to the end and keep my coconut held high. Not just for fear of tripping but for pride and most of all for justice.
Here is a toast to Carl. may you never leave me, never…. ever…EVER
Yesterday was my beard day and since I have turned a ripe old age I wanted to bestow some wisdom on some ambitious and potentially bearded youth in just a few steps.
How to grow a beard.
Step One: Stop shaving.
Step Two: Well actually there isn’t a step two. Refer to step one.
There you have it folks its that easy.
And well, for those of you who simply can’t grow a beard. I suggest you don’t go out in public or move to China or Japan or somewhere you will blend in easier like an orphanage or an all girls campus.
Its been a steady 6 months of beard and still going strong. I did have one lapse after I cut the hair on my head. I was really tempted to trim the beard down just to bring a little balance. Then I thought having short hair makes my beard look even bigger and that is never a bad thing. Of course it’s not the size that matters. It’s getting revenge on Satan Clause that drives this beard.