Though it strays from traditional eulogic format, Oliver’s canonization of his late growth over at Literature and Libation is a touching memorial to what must have been a cherished beard. Invoking bristle-lore from pirates to Plato along the way, Oliver celebrates and relives the memories shared, instead of dwelling on the dark demise of his woolen companion. Continue reading
Beardivists are prone to the occasional hyperbole when it comes to the strength, wisdom and courage a beard, at times, demands or symbolizes. Though we proclaim beards as an outward manifestation of such virtues, they play no intrinsic role in creating them. Regardless of what revered symbolism we may attach, a whisker, or the absence thereof, is just a whisker.
All pretense aside: strength, wisdom and courage are up to you, not your chin.
Read on at EJB’s blog to find your proof:
The Bearded (Relatively Attractive If You Like Them Squidgy) Woman.