I don't enjoy having a beard. They look good, but they're a lot of work to maintain and I got tired of drinking through a straw so I wouldn't have to constantly dry off my upper lip.I think women like the idea/appearance of a beard over the reality/feel of a beard. To each their own.
And to your point, PhillyB...I value intelligence very highly, but I'd be lying if I said that my wife's femininity had nothing to do with my attraction to her. I could be wrong, but I don't think you'd be content with a woman that looks like Julia Sweeney's 'Pat' from SNL, no matter how intellectually curious and fascinating she was. I've met women that I was attracted to intellectually, but in no way felt physically attracted to them. When I found someone that did both, I married her.
I've banged a bald chick before. You really don't miss the hair
My friend hooked up with a chick from a bar one night wearing one of those little 'bob' style wigs that girls sometimes wear for bachelorette parties, etc. Turns out though that she had alopecia, and was as bald as Kojak. Super hot though, so I was always puzzled why he let our other friends give him grief about it. Twenty something guys are complete assholes. Haha.
Huh? I'd never bag on NYC. My point is, that there is more to a good city than having stuff to do. So if someone doesn't like Charlotte, there could be many reasons, not that they have a boring social life as you have said twice now.
Jobs, schools, economy, weather, arts, culture, food, politics, LBGT friendly, location, etc. All of that goes into making a city good. But hey if you, PanthersBigD, would be the life of the party in an Amish area of PA and that's all you need to be happy ... cool for you?
Do you even Rumspringa, Brooklyn Bully...
I get that 'good time' oversimplifies things. My perspective on this is that you can find all those things in just about every city or town if you look hard enough. And what makes a city 'good' is extremely subjective.
Yea without AJ Green...kid yourself some more if you think we win that game with Green in Pads.
Take Olsen out and we lose too.
That's not how real life works. Green was out, Olsen was in. You never know what would have happened if things had been different. You're making up hypotheticals to support an argument and that never works.
Funny, everyone citing science and medical professionals as the final word... what about all of the stories where someone deferred to their faith over the bleak advice they recieved from a medical professional, and they end up beating the odds?
He is going as a Zombie Hunter. I was seriously considering going as a Zombie but after talking to him, I think it will scare him too much. My Harley Quinn costume last year freaked him out a good bit.
Too funny. Can't blame him, I hated clowns as a kid myself.
This year I haven't given it much thought. I bought one of those morph suits a few months back, but you can't see out of the damn face mask, and if you walk around all night with the mask off then you're just some weirdo in a bodysuit.
I should probably get cracking, but I don't have a lot of energy around it this year.