Well my brother Richie was born on October 14th, Despite his Bitchiness about lagging on X-box these days I am thankful that I have a brother and also despite the fact we grown apart in distance since he's had his girlfriend. Well the New York Comic Con is in Autumn and soon after Halloween and for both those occasions I get to dress up as anything I want to ^_^
Some people may like thanksgiving because of all the food and the turkey...bluuuuh I can't stand turkey BUT it does give us all a chance to eat at the dinner table more often like we used to. My dad makes Chicken in the oven but still...I'm Thankful Ashley makes Lasagna :) Living in the city I never really jumped into leaves and went picking pumpkins or apple's or anything like that but that sounds like it would be fun,I did however rake leaves :/, and buy a pumpkin at a Fruit Store ^^;;;;
I really can't think of fall as my favorite time of the year...mostly because of bad and good memories of lost times never to be again...Don't even let me get started on Christmas...I have no Christmas spirit...hadn't in a long time...Ba-humbug...Where are you Doc...You have to take me back in the Delorian...*sigh*
on another note, I have been watching Whisker Wars on TV. That show is awesome!!
My favorite word is "fuck" and every variation thereof. Especially "Motherfucker". And it depends and how says it and how it's said. Yes, I do have standards on who and how. John Travolta, Morgan Freeman, and James McAvoy to name a few are just...asdhjkjfhksldjfkjksldjfkl ♥
I love beards. I use to hate facial hair but now I am all, "Oh my god. Your manly beard is hot."
Maybe because all of my favorite actors have facial hate. Hugh Laurie? Brad Pitt? George Clooney? Yes.
I don't think any of them have beards or anything now but I know that they look good with them.
I don't have Pogonophobia like Lady Thatcher does, but apart from 1 man Marcus Cole played by Jason Carter on Babylon 5 i've never liked beards .
no good person ever had a beard.
minor mustaches are cool or can be. but full blown face fuzz... just *shivers* ew
Стала грустный мотив лепетать.
Песней слёз дождевая прохлада
Мой заставила сад трепетать...
Also: I don't like kissing a guy with a stubble.
On men, yes. On ladies, not so much, but I'm not going to say never. Why? Because if it's natural, it's beautiful. Simple. With that logic, girls with beards/mustaches/goatees as well. If you're born that way, that's your way. Not so interested in culturally-created beauty forms. I like what a person REALLY is, not what they pretend to be.
YES! Scruffy guys are the best. ♥♥♥♥♥
Sorry boys, if you don't have a glorious beard, you might as well be a lady.
Mustaches look a bit odd on their own, but if done right they can look good too.
I donno, I like beards, ask kroneland. I talk about them all day and night.
И я неоднократно отказывалась от работы, карьерного роста, когда понимала, что
в этом не заинтересованы мои близкие. Вот с первого сентября могла выйти на работу,
но семейные обстоятельства были против и я не вышла.
Не считаю это упущенной возможностью, потому что я не упустила при этом что-то
If this question had been asked a few years ago, I would've been all "Facial hair is disgusting. Case closed".
Then Hetalia happened. I legit have a hard time when Francis is young, because despite his adorableness, I toats miss his beard.
Also, I totally approve of Benzaie's beard. That's classy stuff right there.
So apparently soul patches and a small amount of very trimmed beard around the chin/jaw is okay (the jury is still out on whether you have to be French to pull it off, though!)
But those big hairy Alaskan bear trapper beards and mustaches of any kind are still disgusting.
five o clock shadows can be hot, though, depending.
I sort of want unshaven!Ike now. With a five o'clock shadow, of course. I think I remember searains giving Ike a trimmed chin/jaw beard once? (jeez, what is the term for this? I haven't a clue!)
Хорс был мне самым близким существом, частичку меня с собой забрал. Сам еле не отправился за ним следом...
5 лет его нет со мной, не прибежит он меня утром приветствовать, никогда мне не потрепать его по мохнатой спине, не слыхать его протяжный с подвыванием лай!
[from a comment] It's hard for a man to wear a beard or mustache without looking like some sort of caricature--hillbilly, sea captain, 70s porn star, hobo--so as a rule I'm not into them, even when there's a sense of irony behind it. Goatees, I can take or leave. I do like a little two-day scruff on a guy, provided I don't get road rash during any spontaneous gestures of affection.
I grew a beard and a mustache halfway through my senior year in high school. I had to shave it off the beard, but kept the mustache when I washed dishes at Malichi's Restaurant (Which isn't in business anymore). I grew the beard back when I relocated to Columbus, Ohio, but it was short lived. I shaved off the beard, but kept the mustache when I found employment at Little Caesers. I grew the beard back when I worked at T.J. Maxx, but that too was short lived. I shaved off the beard, but kept the mustache when I found employment at Wendy's in Muirfield and I kept the beard off permenently. It's impossile to wear a beard when fast food employment is my only source of income. Corporate rules simply make such a task impossible. I've been wearing a mustache non-stop since halfway through 1988 though. That much is allowed by corporate America.
Moon lives here too, but I don't see her as much. Although she is only 17, she has taken on many adult responsibilities, including working her way through college. She is more adult than a couple of 25yos we know.
Why do parents allow those sychophants to leach off of their assets? Two in particular have refined their ability to avoid personal responsibility through the hovering of their spineless parents. A person learns to deal with risk by taking risks. Those man-boys will never grow up. It's too risky. They might suffer privation and hunger and complain! They were in this condition long before the economy tanked, so don't tell me it was caused by current conditions. When they were 18, things were peachy enough for them to find jobs. Both failed at college and have student loans.* I know other, similarly aged young men who did go out, suffered through various deprivations, and managed to triumph through their own efforts. They aren't rich, but they are mostly, if not totally, supporting themselves.
In some ways, we need for things to be bad so that people can appreciate when it is good. Why can't we have some 'dangerous' coming of age trial where everyone learns that a little cold, a little hunger, and a little physical work doesn't kill? We could send them out on their 15th birthdays. Ancient societies sent teens to the wilderness alone. We should dump them into some city with instructions to pick up trash or clean public restrooms or something equally 'demeaning', just so they learn what real work is. It might teach something useful to our pampered citizens. All men used to be drafted, and basic training made men out of boys. That was because they learned that they were able to do what they previously thought was impossible. We need something like that, but at a younger age.
Perhaps, it needs to come from the parents, but who will teach today's parents? My elder daughter already went through it because of our crisis last year. The younger was too young, and retreated into a shell. I'm working getting her out of it. She could work for pay, if the law didn't forbid it. An opportunity for learning will present itself, because I'll keep looking for it.
I love this quote:
- "Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded -- here and there, now and then -- are all the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.
- This is known as bad luck." --Robert A. Heinlein
*I was against getting the loans in the first place, but it wasn't my decision. Thankfully, their consequences are not laid to my direct charge.
Well this took a turn for the worse. What can I say I'm a cynic.
We even had someone who, upon learning how long we've been together, said with a tone of horror in their voice, "You guys STILL talk to each other?" Well.......duh! He's my very best friend, my companion almost 24/7. We don't agree on everything but are both okay with that. We DO see most things about the same way though and that's validating too. He really is my other half and I treasure him beyond the telling.
BTW the title of this Writers Block cracked me up! I used to be called Chatty Kathy by my family (who did, indeed, buy the doll for me...I still have her). My father used to tease me by saying, "You were vaccinated with a phonograph needle." , to explain my running mouth. My mother used to swear that the only time I shut up as a kid was when I was asleep LOL. I'm just glad my darling Jim not only likes to talk with me but holds his own in conversation.
wishing that sort of relationship for EVERYONE, especially those I love (and that includes you my flist).
Anything that moves and a few things that don't. As for topic, that depends on my fixation of the moment. When we're chatting, my son will sometimes forbid the words 'Sherlock' and 'Merlin' entering our conversation. My sister tries to be appreciative of what's whirling through-my-mind-and-out-my-mouth, but even sisters have their limits.
I can only hope that in my next life I'll be equipped with a brain-to-mouth filter!
(I really don't have writer's block and have no idea why I followed this suggestion.)
El, of course.
She's the first person I talk to in the morning and the last person I talk to at night, no matter where we are.
I also spend a lot of time talking to Tinny. He seems to like it, and his advice is usually short and sweet. But some very important decisions have been made, bending his ear.
He's a genius.
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When my partner goes out field, they usually have to shave everyday but are allowed to grow a mustache, affectionately known as a "bush mo" (the reasoning behind this decision defies logic, so I won't put it here) so when he comes back, he has this hideous growth on his upper lip. However, when he goes on leave, he doesn't bother shaving unless he faces a formal occasion or the like, so he lets his beard grow. It just looks like long stubble, so it's still okay.