@joshthebear: Man, it's so hard to rock the soup strainer without looking like a perv.
Do you prefer Brad Shoemaker bearded or beardless?
@Nightriff: Can't..un..see. Ryan looks old without a beard (which kind of seems like an oxymoron) and also like he's made out of modelling clay.
I want to see Jeff with a full on Grizzly Adams beard but if the best he can muster is a Chaplin moustache then maybe not..
On Brad, a beard looks pretty good.
On most people they don't though, but it also depends on the type of beard. A well maintained beard can look good on anyone. Sadly, as is the case at my university, most of the bearded people opt to not do a thing to their beards and they end up looking like tangled mess. There's a difference between having a beard and being too lazy to shave (see roughly a third of the guys at my university for the latter. Unkept mess everywhere).
I opt for a clean-shaven face because I can't stand the itchiness associated with growing facial hair and my face doesn't really suit anything because I have a strong jawline that looks funny when I have anything other than stubble.
Beardless... and maybe singing.
Singing Brad is the best kind of Brad.
Now I'm imagining this whole thread as being some Pokemon Snap type thing. Wow is that a Singing Shoemaker!?! Singing Shoemaker has a value of 500 points!
Just a picture of a Singing Shoemaker is not enough. I want a couple minute long video of it.
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