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General Chat Thread, Edugeekers & Their Facial Hair (or lack of) in General; I was talking to someone last night who came out with, "You do look like a geek, you know?". When ...
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    Edugeekers & Their Facial Hair (or lack of)

    I was talking to someone last night who came out with, "You do look like a geek, you know?". When I asked why, she said it was the beard. Hmmmm, thanks for the stereotype. Anyway, what have you got (or not) facial-hair wise, just out of interest?

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    "designer" stubble, not that you could call my lack of effort designer, i dont grow it long enough to be any of the others though

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    Usually anywhere between clean shaven and 2-3 days growth. Depends on how lazy I'm being and if I get nagged by the OH or not. Rarely goes beyond 3 days as it starts to get itchy and irritating.

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    Always at 3 to 4 days stubble - 'For some reason the ladies like it' [ so I have heard ]

    More chins than a chinese phone book too.....

    Last edited by mattx; 30th March 2010 at 11:24 AM.

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    I shave once a week. So depending on what day of the week it is, its either clean shaven, designer stubble, or getting into an overgrown mess. After 6 days growth it gets too itchy so I just shave it all off. Im also extremely lazy, so once a week is all I can manage - I keep meaning to get an electric razor to make it easier, just havent got round to it yet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Always at 3 to 4 days stubble - 'For some reason the ladies like it' [ so I have heard ]
    Same here

    The mrs likes it when I am "rugged"...Just like Action Hank from Dexters lab!

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    Had to vote for "designer stubble" - simply due to being too lazy to shave everyday. Every 3 or 4 days normally works for me. Anymore and I end up looking a complete mess.

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    I'm somewhere between designer stubble and a beard.

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    Everyday for me, I feel really scruffy if I don't.

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    I vary between shaven and then have been known to let it grow, depends on how lazy I am that month!

    But mostly its just "designer" stubble!

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    Designer stubble here - got one of those stubble shavers to deal with it too. 1mm hair every day, lol.

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    Mostly clean shaven but came back with a goatee after Christmas. Its gone now but lives on in my avatar.

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    Clean-shaven at 8, Designer Stubble by 12.

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    I don't need to shave!

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    generally need to shave twice a day if going out in the evening but always used to have beard so tend to leave it until I get nagged. I do the same with my hair which is currently "in need of a tidy up"

    On that note how many slightly long haired members get told that "you need to cut your hair to let it grow long!"

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