shave that beard

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Whether by knife or by gun, losing your life can sometimes be fun 🔪

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Bearded Chicken Breeds-Dutch Owlbeard

The Owlbeard is a very old, if not the oldest, Dutch poultry breed dating back to the early seventeenth century. It appeared in many paintings from Old Dutch masters. They have no wattles and instead we find a beard and muffs, which cover the “chin and cheeks.” They also have a very striking horned V-shaped comb.  The eye color is brown-red and the earlobes are white. The color of the beak depends on the color variety. This also is the case with the leg color, which is white pinkish for the Cuckoo variety, light blue-grey for the White and slate blue for the Golden Spangled variety. The Owlbeard is known in Black, White, Black-laced Blue, Cuckoo, Golden and Silver Spangled, Yellow-white Spangled, Golden Pencilled, and Silver Pencilled varieties as well as the so-called Moorhead. The latter is known in White, Blue, Golden and Buff varieties with a totally black head. 

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daemoninwhiteround2  asked:

how old do you think Bruce Wayne was before he started to grow grey? (alternatively, and because just thinking about it makes me laugh, do you think he eventually goes bald?)

bruce is #blessed with an ungodly head of hair and when it starts to go all salt-and-pepper it just makes him look hotter. the real question is, to you think he ever shaves it just to prove a point about how much better he looks than lex no matter what he does

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Bearded Pinnipeds-Bearded Seal

The bearded seal (Erignathus barbatus), also called the square flipper seal, is a medium-sized pinniped that is found in and near to the Arctic Ocean. It gets its scientific name from two Greek words (eri and gnathos) that refer to its heavy jaw. The other part of its scientific name means bearded and refers to its most characteristic feature, the conspicuous and very abundant whiskers. When dry, these whiskers curl very elegantly, giving the bearded seal a “raffish” look.

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France’s forward Olivier Giroud celebrates his second goal during the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying football match Luxembourg vs France on March 25, 2017 at Josy Bartel stadium in Luxembourg. He is now in France’s top 10 leading international goalscorers of all time