Category Archives: Beards

Trending: #dadbods

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Dadbods are male bodies that have become out of shape owing to years of neglect due to having children, who restrict you from any form of diet or exercise. There’s also a rising class of childless dadbods who have no choice but to blame children for the shape they’re in. Even your Saturday night knee trembler won’t burn enough kilojoules… Read more »

Countdown Fusion

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    How can I be a capable, competent, semi-educated, semi-upright woman and be writing about a supermarket? Coz we all need supermarkets.  We all go to them. We all wander around with the small basket Vague Shopping and then crave a trolley because we are going to overspend. It’s important. When I go on Sunday nights, the dads are… Read more »

Man Buns

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  We all know what is meant by a man bun.  Every now and then, a confusing and polarizing fashion trend comes along and usually lands squarely on the face, arms, legs or some other body part of maledom. This time it’s the man bun. They were around circa 1991 at Soundgarden (Bad Motorfinger era) concerts, but the hair was… Read more »

Craft Beer and Craft Beards

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Once upon a time, I used to attend a Craft Fair in what was called the Cook Street Hall, Howick,  Auckland. They had small useless patches of felt covered with beading that you placed on your mantle piece.  They had doilies.  There were big bright jars filled with amber liquid and stuffed with yellow capsicums. There were carved driftwood Kiwi… Read more »

Beards: Hirsute Rebellion

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I’m noticing that even in television advertising, big beards are making their mark  — probably for the first time since the 1970s. In particular, the Trivago ad, which seems to be about a man with a large beard who gets charged more for his hotel room.  Maybe it’s because his beard counts as another person? In any case, it’s a fine… Read more »