I like facial hair as much as anyone — but what I really don’t like is the way my face feels after making out with it…
The start of autumn means we’re in what I like to call full-blown “Lumberjack Season.” If you want to get out there and chop some wood, by all means, but what I’m talking about is more of an aesthetic shift toward flannel shirts, knit caps, apple-picking Instagrams, cider donuts, warming spices, cozy blankets, etc. Along with these Pinterest-perfect scenarios, Lumberjack Season also means the first whispers of the annual “I think I’ll grow out my beard this winter” declaration.
Listen, I like facial hair as much as anyone — particularly when it comes in the form of those insanely long, detailed, twisted mustaches that you know take hours to perfect every day. But what I really don’t like is the way my face feels after making out with someone sporting a beard, mustache, goatee, soul patch, mutton chops, chin strap, or any…
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