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Are you attracted to beards or not...hairy men or not...

Hairy men

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funtimebob  Male  Derbyshire 1-Nov-2017 10:21 Message #4704382
What do women like these days...age ,look,personality,dark,light,tall,small,size...etc...
Male
HonestBob  Male  the Central region 1-Nov-2017 10:30 Message #4704383
Another Bob! :D
Male
mancers  Male  Greater Manchester 1-Nov-2017 11:45 Message #4704393
Two bob.
Male
HonestBob  Male  the Central region 1-Nov-2017 11:49 Message #4704394
MasticBob = Three Bob!!! :D
Male
barney  Male  Surrey 1-Nov-2017 12:34 Message #4704401
You forgot money.

If your loaded you can look like Shrek lol.
Female
Shamrock14  Female  Berkshire 1-Nov-2017 12:43 Message #4704403
A trimmed goatee or five o'clock shadow can be very attractive on the right dude! ;)
Female
joolsy  Female  Essex 1-Nov-2017 12:46 Message #4704406
I agree with shammy ... And long hair mmm scrumptious lol :) ...
Female
RAACH84  Female  Buckinghamshire 1-Nov-2017 13:16 Message #4704409
A bit unfair barney. Somemen and women will always be gold diggers or have ulterior motives but the vast majority look for much more in a partner and very few would settle simply for financial incentives.

I like the look of stubble or five o'clock shadow and even a full beard can look nice but it's a different story when it comes to passionate kisses.
Female
Shamrock14  Female  Berkshire 1-Nov-2017 13:33 Message #4704411
Mmm long hair!! That got the blood rushing hahahaha
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 1-Nov-2017 19:16 Message #4704443
Anything but a soul patch, they just look like you've missed a bit shaving and the sort of blokes who have are often the sort of people who need a slap!
Female
Madness102  Female  South Yorkshire 1-Nov-2017 19:21 Message #4704445
I'm bonkers about Beards !!

But it has to be well kempt - scruffy, dirty, foody, Yuk.
Male
Nigel_In_Devon  Male  Devon 1-Nov-2017 19:32 Message #4704450
Just the blood Shammy?

Sorry, I'll leave now...
Female
sandy_sw  Female  Devon 1-Nov-2017 20:09 Message #4704455
5 o'clock stubble - or 6 or 7 o'clock...
Male
frey  Male  Lancashire 1-Nov-2017 20:42 Message #4704457
Trimmed goatee and long hair?!

Runs and hides.

I've now got 2+ years long hair as well as a goatee. I thought I was being a rebel. It's great though for Zouk dance I'm doing...

Male
HonestBob  Male  the Central region 2-Nov-2017 07:10 Message #4704469
"Anything but a soul patch, they just look like you've missed a bit shaving and the sort of blokes who have are often the sort of people who need a slap!"

What sort of blokes are they then?
Male
BlackMark1  Male  Leicestershire 2-Nov-2017 07:16 Message #4704470
The only point to growing a beard is not having to shave. if the growth needs trimming and constant attention that defeats the object so easier to be cleanshaven.
Female
Andromeda  Female  Berkshire 2-Nov-2017 10:56 Message #4704486
Beards have become very popular and I’m liking the look.
Male
frey  Male  Lancashire 2-Nov-2017 11:45 Message #4704492
'G' loves my beard. She says it's cuddly where a 5 o'clock shadow can just be bristly and itchy
Female
Aely  Female  Hampshire 2-Nov-2017 11:49 Message #4704493
My husband went from clean shaven to full (trimmed) beard and 'tache and back to clean shaven. I quite liked the face fur but didn't fuss when he decided to take it off. Anything is better than stubble. Painful!

I do like longer (clean) hair on a man and have no objection to someone who is naturally hirsute on the body. I am not keen on bald or shaven heads although on some men it can look good, usually men with darker skin.
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 2-Nov-2017 11:54 Message #4704495
I'd have to point one out to you Bob as its not easy to describe, I'm sure most people have a list of people who they think need a slap, its not just men on it but women too.
Male
HonestBob  Male  the Central region 2-Nov-2017 12:03 Message #4704498
"I'd have to point one out to you Bob as its not easy to describe"

Yes, I can appreciate that.

"I'm sure most people have a list of people who they think need a slap, its not just men on it but women too."

Oh Yes!!! I have a lengthy list of my own, which also includes men and women... and quite a few pieces of technology hehehe
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 2-Nov-2017 12:06 Message #4704499
'pieces of technology' Oh gods yes the number of times I've threatened laptops with becoming firsbee's are unconuntable and then there are the days when inanimate objects gang up on me!
Female
Shamrock14  Female  Berkshire 2-Nov-2017 13:00 Message #4704501
Lol Nige niw that would be telling * winks *
Male
johnlock  Male  Essex 2-Nov-2017 20:40 Message #4704549
If I could grow a half decent beard I would have one but sadly, even at my advanced age, I can't! I have some nice photo's of my great grandfather with a magnificent beard but if I don't shave I have a patchy mess that looks like pubes on my face! Yuk, not a good look! LOL

Regards
John
Female
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire 3-Nov-2017 01:50 Message #4704585
For me, a full beard, especially those long bushy ones that came back into vogue, are a total turn-off. They distort the dimensions of what might otherwise be a really nice face.
I have such sensitive skin that a man who hasnt shaved, even just for some hours, rubbing his face against me, can leave me looking like I've been burnt.
Yet I do like the look of a 5'o'clock shadow/stubble (dark hair), especially with dark shoulder length hair.

When my ex-husband and I travelled for weeks and months, hitchhiking and sleeping on beaches, he was originally clean-shaven but had to grow his facial hair as there were few places he could shave. I couldn't wait to get home so the beard could go, but when it did, it looked so weird that he grew it again. The rest of his face had become so tanned that the newly shaved area, white with the skin and obvious pores, looked like a plucked chicken! So the beard was reinstated by default, and to this day he has never again been clean shaven.

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