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    Beard.

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    erm is this a gender issue? Is the fact that I don't have facial hair why people don't take me for a "real" geek? Is that a good or bad thing?

    But then I'm forgetting that females can't possibly be geeks can they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leco View Post
    erm is this a gender issue? Is the fact that I don't have facial hair why people don't take me for a "real" geek? Is that a good or bad thing?

    But then I'm forgetting that females can't possibly be geeks can they?
    There are plenty of bearded ladies around!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    There are plenty of bearded ladies around!!
    Ah yes - but are they all geeks because of it?

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    I'm somewhere between stubble and a beard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leco View Post
    erm is this a gender issue? Is the fact that I don't have facial hair why people don't take me for a "real" geek? Is that a good or bad thing?

    But then I'm forgetting that females can't possibly be geeks can they?
    Totally agree

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    Between clean shaven and 3 days here - anything more is pointless otherwise i'd need to shave twice a day to stay properly "clean shaven" :|

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    Beard and long hair for me

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    Depends when it is - however I always shave the night before work so that I don't have to get up earlier than normal to get to work.

    During the holidays I tend to let it grow for a while so that my skin has time to repair itself.

    Here's one for the men - how many of you moisturise or use after shave balm? I'll admit to using Loreal for Men morning and evening. :-)

    GJE

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    Quote Originally Posted by garethedmondson View Post
    Depends when it is - however I always shave the night before work so that I don't have to get up earlier than normal to get to work.

    During the holidays I tend to let it grow for a while so that my skin has time to repair itself.

    Here's one for the men - how many of you moisturise or use after shave balm? I'll admit to using Loreal for Men morning and evening. :-)

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    Had a shave this morning and need to again now if I wanted to be non stubbly. Generally I let it grow until it itches so much I have to shave. I don't really like shaving. I've had to wet shave since was 14, before that it was a year of electric shaving (I hate them) the tash. If it doesn't itch me to hell the only other reason I have for shaving is the GF. Otherwise I'll let it grow (like my hair hair) 8" long now - I actually have to brush it daily.

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    I've had my beard longer than many of the other members here have been alive, this summer it will be 28 years old.


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    I voted 'Beard' although strictly it should be 'Beard and Moustache' [same as far as this poll goes I guess?]

    So it is beard and quite hairy until the wife feels like she wants another go with the clippers then there is hardly anything left and it starts all over again.

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    Depends on the time of year, what's happening next week and what I'm told!

    I spent all of last summer growing a beard (5 weeks), but it seems that I can no longer do it...this was my attempt...
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    I would grow a beard, except it comes out ginger, bright ginger at that. Not that there's anything wrong with it really, just stands out a little too much.

    It does get a bit long in the holidays mind when I really can't be bothered to shave in the mornings.

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