Tag Archives: CO Natives

That’s One Sweets’ Beard

We met Sweets also last week at Goosetown Tavern where he was slinging drinks and putting up with the rowdy and raucous bingo crowd. Sweets is a Denverite through and through and has been growing his beard for about two and a half years; it was three inches longer until recently but his beard was getting too long and so he was forced to scale it back some. His fiance is in favor of his beard, and we definitely have to agree with her good taste. Sweets plays up his beard in costume as well, as he was a Viking this year for Halloween, which seems a very fitting choice. Make sure to stop by Goosetown soon, have a drink, play some bingo, and admire Sweets awesome beard!

We met Sweets last week at Goosetown Tavern where he was slinging drinks and putting up with the rowdy and raucous bingo crowd. Sweets is a Denverite through and through and has been growing his beard for about two and a half years; it was three inches longer until recently but his beard was getting too long and he was forced to scale it back some. His fiance is in favor of his beard, and we definitely have to agree with her good taste. Sweets plays up his beard in costume as well, as he was a Viking this year for Halloween, which seems a very fitting choice. Make sure to stop by Goosetown soon, have a drink, play some bingo, and admire Sweets awesome beard!

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Other Worldly Beard

Ryan was another beardie we were lucky enough to meet at the Of Monsters and Men show in Boulder last week.  Ryan’s had his beard for about four years, and again, laziness in reference to shaving is the main contributor to his handsome beard.  Ryan is another wonderful Colorado native beard: he now lives in Boulder, but grew up in the Littleton area. While growing out that amazing facial mane, he works as a mechanical engineer for the University of Colorado in satellite and space weather research.  We’d certainly vouch that his beard is out of this world!

Ryan is another beardie we were lucky enough to meet at the Of Monsters and Men show in Boulder last week. Ryan’s had his beard for about four years, and again, laziness in reference to shaving is the main contributor to his handsome beard. Ryan is another wonderful Colorado native beard: he now lives in Boulder, but grew up in the Littleton area. While growing out that amazing facial mane, he works as a mechanical engineer for the University of Colorado in satellite and space weather research. We’d certainly vouch that his beard is out of this world!

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Monstrous yet Manly

We met Brad in Boulder at the Of Monsters and Men show last week.  His main reason for growing his beard is, like so many men we encounter, is laziness (in regards to shaving).  Brad usually keeps his beard for a month or two before shaving it and starting over.  He spent some time in Alaska in recent years, where his beard was really able to grow out to its full glory.  We can only imagine how magnificent it was!. Brad and his beard are Colorado natives and we sure hope he decides to extend his beard’s lifetime, at least throughout the current Beard Season!

We met Brad in Boulder at the Of Monsters and Men show last week. His main reason for growing his beard is, like so many men we encounter, laziness (in regards to shaving). Brad usually keeps his beard for a month or two before shaving it and starting over. He spent some time in Alaska in recent years, where his beard was really able to grow out to its full glory. We can only imagine how magnificent it was!. Brad and his beard are Colorado natives and we sure hope he decides to extend his beard’s lifetime, at least throughout the current Beard Season!

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