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I always envision a mad-scientist type, rubbing his hands together as he contemplates his plan to annihilate the Earth.

Lose the moustache, dear boy, lose it! Too gay these days.

Better yet, grow a beard to keep it company and throw away your razor.

It's gradually becoming a reasonable colour and shape. But my hair grows so slowly. Herself and I go to the same hairdresser, and last Monday when I got my New Year haircut, he pointed out that she had been 4 times (once per month) since my last haircut, and mine had hardly grown. The last beard I grew (quite involuntarily) was, after two years, bright red in places (my mother was a redhead), dark in others (my father had black hair) and had large white patches. It looked quite artificial and straggly. No beard, thanks.

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Robin Bignall
Quiet part of Hertfordshire
England
The last beard I grew (quite involuntarily) was, after two years, bright red in places (my mother was a redhead), dark in others (my father had black hair) and had large white patches. It looked quite artificial and straggly. No beard, thanks.

My first beard was like that. It looked awful because of the colour variation. After shaving it off, waiting a few months, and growing another, it came out quite well. Of course it has some white in it now, but it doesn't look too shabby. The women don't seem to mind it, anyway, and why else would we grow a beard if not to please the ladies? Vanity. All is vanity.

Charles Riggs
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(all text snipped) Never thought I'd be replying to a nom de net, but what the hey ... Spangle by ... So you need to buy three different paperbacks to get the complete text. Or were you asking about something else?

I assumed he was asking about the sweets. It made me wonder if you can still buy Spangles.
It seems that you can't:
http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/acatalog/whatever.html

Frances Kemmish
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I assumed he was asking about the sweets. It made me wonder if you can still buy Spangles. It seems that you can't: http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/acatalog/whatever.html


Sherbert pips and cola cubes!

Simon R. Hughes
(all text snipped) Never thought I'd be replying to a ... the complete text. Or were you asking about something else?

I assumed he was asking about the sweets. It made me wonder if you can still buy Spangles. It seems that you can't: http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/acatalog/whatever.html

What a brilliant site! I hope the OP sees it.

Laura
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My first beard was like that. It looked awful because of the colour variation. After shaving it off, waiting a ... it, anyway, and why else would we grow a beard if not to please the ladies? Vanity. All is vanity.

Or practicality: shaving is a pain, both literally and figuratively. When I grew a beard I figured I could get an extra 16 hours of sleep per year.

Ray Heindl
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My first beard was like that. It looked awful because ... if not to please the ladies? Vanity. All is vanity.

Or practicality: shaving is a pain, both literally and figuratively. When I grew a beard I figured I could get an extra 16 hours of sleep per year.

Unfortunately, I have to use those 16 hours for trimming it.
Charles Riggs
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Or practicality: shaving is a pain, both literally and figuratively. ... could get an extra 16 hours of sleep per year.

Unfortunately, I have to use those 16 hours for trimming it.

On the up side, you no longer spend any of your disposable income on bubble gum..r
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Or practicality: shaving is a pain, both literally and figuratively. ... could get an extra 16 hours of sleep per year.

Unfortunately, I have to use those 16 hours for trimming it.

True, but trimming needn't be done first thing in the morning, before going to work. At least, I never did so. So trimming doesn't cut into sleep time.

Ray Heindl
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