Willie JJ wrote:les taylor wrote:Then when I was 23 I had the full beard. We had some photos taken I looked like a Norwegian fisherman. Not that theres anything wrong with that, but you know what I mean.
Errm, not entirely sure what you mean Les. Can you explain a bit more ?
I suppose a beard could act as secondary barrier filtration MT, but otherwise I suspect it won't affect the whisky. If the lady likes it and you don't mind it then what the hell. You can shave it off anytime.
Malt-Teaser wrote:For those of you who have (or have had) beards, will it affect my whisky tasting as it grows longer?
MrTattieHeid wrote:Speaking as a permanently bearded person, I take great offense at the nonsense uttered by the anti-beardies here.
The only opinions that matter are yours and Sabine's. If the love of my life told me I'd look good with a third foot, I'd do my damnedest to grow one. Ignore all the other crap from non-interested parties.
Willie JJ wrote:MrTattieHeid wrote:Apologies, I wasn't on my game last night--meant my tone to be one of mock umbrage. But my opinion's the same! Give it a chance to get past the itch, MT. But ultimately, it's your face.
Sounded mock umbrage enough to me. Anyway as a beardy I think you have the right to umb
Paul A Jellis wrote:'A man is not a man until a beard supporteth he' Epicurus 292 BC
Willie JJ wrote:I don't mind supporting a beard. Just not on my face.
Beard sponsorship anyone?