Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Experiment One

I've been trying to grow a beard for a couple of years now and I'm never successful. Months of growth amounts to what looks like a devastated field of crops ravished by wild life and fire. Now substitute the field for my face, and the charred and dying remains of growth for pubes. That is my beard

There is an old wives tale that suggests regular shaving will result in thicker hair growth and a big bushy beard.

I'm going to test this theory.

I have been shaving everyday since December 26th and will continue to do so until the end of January, when I will let my facial hair grow for a week.

Results to follow....

1 comment:

  1. The origin of the old wives tale is simply that when a beard is shaved regularly, the shaver forgets the sensation of having facial hair, and when the beard is allowed grow again, the contrast between shaven and unshaven skin convinces the owner that the beard has returned in a fuller and thicker incarnation.