Oh, no don’t shave his hair off. Although, it is ot becoming to him.
I’m horseshoe bald but when I turned 60 my beard started coming in thicker than it did before. toWhen I was in my 20’s to 40’s I would have loved to have the heavy white beard I do now.
Don’t do that, Delilah. He’ll what strength he has!
You’re raging against genetics, Amanda.
I have the opposite, problem. I have hair that curls very tightly and has always been thick. I must comb it through every day or it will mat. I have also broken combs and brushes! I’m in my mid 50’s now, so I’m going grey, but will never dye my hair!
That luscious, glowing beard! Don’t shave it while he sleeps, though – won’t that cause it to grow back in twice as thick?
Thankfully I’ve kept all my hair, it’s in a box under the bed.
All my hair seems to be channeled to my ears.
Having gone bald on top well before 30 my body compensated by growing more hair elsewhere. I can grow a lush beard and people stare at my back hair when I’m at the beach or a pool. Maybe it was all the rye bread I ate as a kid. My grandma told me it would put hair on my chest.
Color is one thing, texture is another thing entirely. My wife has hair that is completely uncontrollable.
Last time she tried growing it out she wound up with a mane that made her look like a lion.
A veritable ruff!
Dan turned the guapo meter up to 11 in the last panel
(Note: I said chongo the last time and it didn’t man anything. I thought it meant handsome, but I don’t actually know if it means that. I was taking Spanish classes, and I think that I thought that guapo meant handsome. SO if it was an insult, then a apologize.)
November 16, 2016