I started wearing a tie at around 7 and before my primary school adopted a uniform. Wear one every day (!).
Would go well in nutjobland over the pond.
And a of these dashed beards look horrible and far from artistic or classy at all.
Eh, you can do it right. keep it short and trimmed up.
Typical modern rubbish
Diet Irn Bru? Heavens a Yank getting something right?! I stand by my view that beards are a sign of weakness in personality and such wearers think it makes them seem mature males. A load of cobblers of course. Ensure I wear a tie daily, shave and re the outside situation have a neat cap with an extension on the front as added weather protection - apart from the marching season when of course I have a bowler hat.
Haven't had an Irn Bru in two years. Must do so again when I journey back over there after this madness has passed.
CHAIRMAN: ...Which brings us once again to the urgent realisation of just how much there is still left to own. Item six on the agenda: the meaning of life. Now, uh, Harry, you've had some thoughts on this.HARRY: That's right. Yeah, I've had a team working on this over the past few weeks, and, uh, what we've come up with can be reduced to two fundamental concepts. One: people are not wearing enough hats. Two: matter is energy. In the universe, there are many energy fields which we cannot normally perceive. Some energies have a spiritual source which act upon a person's soul. However, this soul does not exist ab initio, as orthodox Christianity teaches. It has to be brought into existence by a process of guided self-observation. However, this is rarely achieved, owing to man's unique ability to be distracted from spiritual matters by everyday trivia.[pause]BERT: What was that about hats, again?HARRY: Oh, uh, people aren't wearing enough.
an RT programme called Sputnik
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