10 thoughts on “Beard of the day

      • Yes, it’s strange. My hair on top – or what’s left of it – remains stubbornly black (not complaining, though) while beard’s grey/white hairs have long since outnumbered those remaining original colour. A lot of men, like yourself, seem to be subject to this ‘phenomenon’. I wonder why it happens.

  1. Poster beard necessary to sell the scene – the ‘graying’ of wood. Note to Fearsome: hire this dude to attract maximum attention when selling property of this type with the disclaimer that the human he-animal is not part of the sale.

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