41 thoughts on “Discuss beards

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beards were a millennial boomer thing to hide they bad jawlines, very cringe but at least no one under 30 had one anymore

    • Anonymous says:

      This
      Personally, I feel dirty when I don’t shave, even if i just showered. It’s part of my hygiene routine to shave. I only let a stubble of a few days grow before I shave, mostly because It’s more comfortable to shave longer and softer hairs rather than scrape my face with a razor every day. Especially with how sensitive my skin is.
      I never liked beards, I never wanted one, my own father was always shaved even to this day and in his late 50s. I think most people look better when they do shave or with just a stubble or trimmed beard. It really is the most fulgy and chinless goblins that hide and literally sculpt a new imaginary jawline with beards.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know how people do it. Everytime I let it grow it gets itchy and I can’t feel my face in an annoying way.

    • Anonymous says:

      avoid touching your face, and just push through the irritation. Once it gets longer the itchiness goes away.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Beards are one of the most hideous things to ever exist.
    I like female body hair patterns on both females and males. That means full thick armpit and pubic hair, soft fluffy hair on the legs and arms, no beard, no chest hair, no belly hair.

  4. Anonymous says:

    All these clean shaved men from old movies look like beardlets to me these days. It just looks weird. If you have a tall upper lip and you don’t have a big bushy mustache there, then it just makes you look like a tranny or a low-T beardlet who can’t grow facial hair. Clean shaved just looks off.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Most traditional cultures have men let the beard grow, so it’s almost certainly the correct choice. Modernity demands clean-shaven men for a variety of feminine excuses ("it’s about gas masks" – no, it isn’t.). Modernity is always wrong.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not every ethnic group can grow beards. See east Asians or native americans for example. I’m 30% native american and I’m lactose and can barely grow facial hair, it just looks ugly on me. I actually haven’t shaven right now and it just looks patchy and adolescent and I’m 30.

      • Anonymous says:

        Also, clean shaven isn’t a demand of modernity. Clean shaven standard exists because Europeans have been larping as Romans for nearly two millennia.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I don’t care if it’s reddit, I’ve wanted a beard ever since I was a kid and now I’m 33 and I still can’t grow one. But I have a real baby face, so being clean shaven looks ridiculous on me. But I can only grow a middle school mustache and some hairs on my chin. God life is hecking suffering.

    • Anonymous says:

      a beard would look even worse if you are baby face. the only time i think it’s better is if you have very long face, like HP Lovecraft verticality

  7. Anonymous says:

    I have a moustache, to honor my Gauls ancestors. I also like clean shaven sometimes, but wearing a beard is just itchy and lazy imo

  8. Anonymous says:

    >Napoleon killed the long hair
    >WW1 killed the beard
    >American Imperalism killed the mustache
    What future tragedy will determine the fate of facial hair?

    • Anonymous says:

      >Hitler killed the Hitler stache
      >That hebrew Chaplin destroyed what was left of its reputation
      And degenerate soi, chemicals and plastic filled American "food" products and birth control pills will destroy facial hair itself permanently. Every generation of men since the 50’s has been getting more and more effeminate and androgynous.

  9. Anonymous says:

    It is a general consensus among many historians and anthropologists that most men throughout history have preferred facial hair. Even most east asians, who are genetically not very fit to grow facial hair. It is a fact that throughout most of history, clean shaven, short haired men have either been slaves, homosexuals or soldiers. In fact, the lack of a beard is often a product of man’s submission to woman, or at least shows the mans preoccupation with what he thinks is female sexual preference. The romans had a cultural defect which caused them to regard young men without facial and chest hair as inherently feminine. The idea that romans didn’t like beards is also entirely false, it is a projection of enlightenment scholars based on a fad in the 300s BC.

    Beards are as manly as long hair (see: literally every cultural on earth from the Germans to the Japanese). It is only in our overly machined, anti-life civilization that short hair and no facial hair is any kind of normal.

    • Anonymous says:

      I will continue to shave because
      A) I look like a pedofile with a beard even though I can grow one cus I’m 18
      B) I hecking hate how it feels on my face.

      • Anonymous says:

        The sweet spot is a trimmed beard. Enjoying oldschool mossy shaving cream, feeling like a daddy.

        https://i.imgur.com/wzUoqML.jpeg

        Yeah, facial hair is an indicator of a man’s level of testosterone and virility. The thicker, darker, and longer your beard and mustache are, the more manly you are to women. That’s how it has always been. It works similar to a lion’s mane, and why lions (not tigers or leopards) were always associated with masculinity and strength in every culture throughout history.

        This. Mens body hair gets thicker and fuller when you lift weight and eat a shitton of protein.
        I’m natty but due to lifting and low sugar, high protein changed my temper, it suprised me.
        I’m really angry fast now, while i was calm and latent depressive without lifting and soi-vegan diet.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yeah, facial hair is an indicator of a man’s level of testosterone and virility. The thicker, darker, and longer your beard and mustache are, the more manly you are to women. That’s how it has always been. It works similar to a lion’s mane, and why lions (not tigers or leopards) were always associated with masculinity and strength in every culture throughout history.

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