How Very Dare You!?!

😂😂😂*While not completely denying the painful obvious truths in this statement, I will admit to major “plainsies” and being utterly Non-Thorlike in most senses (all) but, I refuse to claim full on Pee Wee while beardless!!

Sam

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30 thoughts on “How Very Dare You!?!

  1. Where did you find that piece of…um…sage advice?
    Sheesh! Cuz appearance is aalllllll that matters….

    *walks away mumbling*

    🙊😜💌

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    1. 😂😂😂 It jumped out at me, lol.

      You’re right of course! but still I can’t deny the shock women must have experienced with some of the befores and afters I’ve seen! 😆 But it’s just shock. It will pass lolol

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      1. Yeah, I guess it’s no different than dramatically changing your hair style. I think the “Thor vs Pee Wee” is still a bit rude 😝

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        1. Oh! I was looking at it a little different though because the whole “Thor” trope sort of *really* annoys me as a guy and I actually love Pee Wee Herman, lol! 😂😂😂

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          1. I totally love Pee Wee! We are on the same page…gee… there’s a shocker 😜

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            1. Right! I find I’m always trying to convince people about the honest legitimacy of Pee Wees Big Adventure! 🚲

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  2. 😂😂😂😂😂 that’s a first

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  3. Sheesh! I’m with KGB on this 🙂

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    1. Same. ‘Don’t date them’ is WAY harsh but I’m more looking at the ‘while dating’ side. Like…’ohhh, *that’s* what you look like?’ And knowing that I look 12 without. Lolollll

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  4. Lol. For some reason, that just reminded me of the men that wear the weaves. I guess that’s a “thing” now. I saw videos of men at salons, professionally having their hair painted on or glued on to their scalps. I was amazed! It was so good, it looked so real. Complete deception😁! Women across the country are in a frenzy, wondering if they should run their fingers through their dates hair (even though women wear weaves and extensions, daily 😑) double standard. In the mean time, I’m cracking up and tripping over the jaws of these “shocked” ladies. There’s nothing wrong with a bald or balding head. Genetics. It happens. But it was really sweet watching the confidence of these men restored after they got up from the chair. With the beared, I have seen men that look like Vikings, and then they shave, and look like hipsters….the modern day hipsters. Nothing wrong with any of it. Some people look like an entirely different person without the face fuzz.

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    1. YOU have actually seen me without! Which is extremely rare like whale spotting in the Great Lakes! And I do look like a baby. So, I get the shock in some instances 😂
      You know I think everyone should do what makes them feel good, men and women. But…I don’t know, I have a huge problem with guys that color their hair to cover gray and things like that. I think I sort of feel like certain things are a badge of manhood. Not that only women should be allowed to ‘beautify’…but….I don’t know, there is some social double standard there I suppose, it just seems an unnatural thing for guys. But I’m just as against 24/7 thick heavy makeup, ridiculous cat eyes, fake eyelashes, extensions, implants, injections. It works both ways I guess, do you want people to like you only for what you look like…or does it honestly make you feel your best. Who can say. A quandary for sure! ‘Beardies’ are a *little* different because well…nature. Not storebought.

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      1. Lolol. ‘Whale spotting in the Great lakes.’ 😂 Bald or bearded…. both work for you.
        Women have more pressure to look younger in American society. Or shall I say….”injected”. I won’t dare tell a woman to age gracefully and not dye her hair, because if it makes her feel good about herself…then go for it. But….I think women and men look absolutely gorgeous with gray hair. After finding a couple of gray hairs on my own head, I realized that it was not vanity that consumed me…it was the realization that I am getting older. I had flash backs of being younger, then at that point….empathized with people that may dye their hair for that reason. American culture associates gray with aging, but….my niece has gray hair, and she’s only 12. Men with facial hair, gray hair, and chest hair, in some cultures are viewed as being real men…manly men….the providers, the strength of the family. I agree with you, gray to me…is a badge of manhood. And I think, with this whole beard “phenomenon” going on😁, a woman should know what a man looks like without one. I mean, it’s her fault if she expected a ‘Thor’, and couldn’t see past the face hair 😂😂😂 that’s funny.
        I never have an issue with accentuating beauty…in both men and women, but what would be the purpose? To please others or one’s own self? All the falseness has to get wiped off, deflates, sags even, leaks

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          1. Oh, yes! You’ve never heard of implants leaking? So many people have died because of that. Breast and butt implants. A small top and small derriere, is natural and perfect on the bodies they’re on. I don’t know why people would risk their lives to enlarge anything they weren’t created with.

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            1. 😂Yeah but you were mentioning it alongside stuff that happens with age so…uh, my mind went a different direction momentarily🤤🤤🤤

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            2. 😂😂😂 lolol I *did do that, didn’t I? 😀😁😂

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    1. All I can think of is Robin Hood Men in Tights when they say “We’re men!! MANLY MEN!” Lmaooooo

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  5. hehe this is pure gold! Thanks for the smile, Sam!

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  6. Love a beard! Not too long though. Preferably scruffy. And definitely not pee wee Herman! 😂 😂

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    1. Haha, the two worlds may collide if Peewee ever grew a beard. Scary stuff!

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  7. I saw this the other day and cracked up because it reminded me of my Hubby. He did not have any facial hair the very first time we met, but had grown out a small goatee before we met up the second time. I’ve joked for years that shaving, at least that part, is grounds for divorce. He looks SO different, it is like looking at a totally different person all together. My kids love to look at his high school photos just so they can laugh.

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    1. See!? 😂😂😂 Some people look *totally* different! Me and my brother used to joke about my dads ‘mustache phase’. It was a total Selleck. We would say ‘was that during the mustache or after?’ And I think he only had a beard for 2 months of his life. We would see old pictures and cringe cause it was like we didn’t even know him 😂😂😂

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      1. My dad had always had a mustache when I was growing up (yes, the whole Selleck kind) and that is pretty much the only way I’d ever seen him. One day when I was in my teens and my baby brother was only around 3, out of the blue he decided to shave it off. I couldn’t look at him without laughing until I nearly peed and my poor baby brother just cried and told him to put it back. He didn’t shave it off again until all of us had grown up and moved out.

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  8. Hahaha! I fully appreciate this, being in the anti-beard camp, myself. (Don’t stress, Sammy – you’re very handsome. And even Thor isn’t really Thor. 😉 )

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    1. OMG! That’s riiight! I remember laughing about the bearded guy in the red shirt. The gall of that guy! I’m cracking up 😂😂😂 Thank you, D. Cause my face is gonna be at least partially bearded forevva until I’ll no longer be mistaken for PeeWee without it 😂

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