I can keep my beard at WDW


#1

I just read today that you can now have a beard AND work out front on stage at DLR and WDW.

As of the day I retired in 2003, Pam insisted I grow my beard. She saw it once while married when I had to use 42 days of vacation or loose it. From that point she always said that the day I retired was to be the day I grew it back.

SO… guess that is one less thing to consider when I decide to retire again and sell ballons on Main Street for pocket change.:laugh:


#2

Well, there you go! It’s destiny.:laugh:


#3

I know!!!

(Pam’s rolled her eyes as I told her:laugh:)


#4

[QUOTE=Pam&Rich;1100074]I know!!!

(Pam’s rolled her eyes as I told her:laugh:)[/QUOTE]

I am quite certain she did.:laugh:


#5

Yeah, but she threw out a Jersey eye roll, not her normal Rhode Island eye roll. I’m the only one in the house who is allowed to give Jersey attitude eye rolls.:ohmy:

She must mean something, but I’m gonna throw the male card and pretend I don’t understand.:laugh:


#6

Does this include a stach? Been trying to get DH to grow one everytime he goes on leave but after a few days he can’t stand it and shaves it off.:glare:


#7

Yup.

It took me past the second week to get over the itching.


#8

Nah. Too hot on main street during the summer :fork_off:. I’d rather sell DVC in the AC and work up to the DVC sales on the cruises gig.


#9

Thank goodness! It’s been keeping me up at night worrying about it.


#10

What? Your mustache?!?

:eek: :laugh: :laugh: :heart:


#11

[QUOTE=tigger;1100118]What? Your mustache?!?

:eek: :laugh: :laugh: :heart:[/QUOTE]

:laugh::laugh::laugh: errrr…not funny you!

Rich, my husband grew back his beard after retiring from the U.S.Coast Guard. I am not a fan of facial hair. All my men have it :pinch:

Anyway, please do not try to sell me Mickey balloons, a Disney employee with facial hair will make me purchase a little sweet from the ladies at the Confectionary

Can anyone imagine Woody with a mustache or beard? I think not :laugh:


#12

[QUOTE=Dopey;1100127]:laugh::laugh::laugh: errrr…not funny you!

Rich, my husband grew back his beard after retiring from the U.S.Coast Guard. I am not a fan of facial hair. All my men have it :pinch:

Anyway, please do not try to sell me Mickey balloons, a Disney employee with facial hair will make me purchase a little sweet from the ladies at the Confectionary

Can anyone imagine Woody with a mustache or beard? I think not :laugh:[/QUOTE]

As long as the $$$ are flowing out of your pockets I don’t think they will care where they are spent.


#13

Ugggh, I think you have a point :pinch:

There better not be any Cinderellas strutting around sporting facial anything


#14

Personally I like a little fuzz in an outdoor rugged type of atmosphere. I’m not talking about a wooly-bugger mountain man where it’s long enough to drag in my food, just a little color for distinction trimmed short and neat. However, it has to fit the environment. Someone with a suit in places like a boardroom don’t necessarily fit the picture to me. But that’s my opinion. Also if it’s going to alter the appearance of a face character I wouldn’t like that at all, but I really don’t think Disney would allow that in the first place.


#15

Anyone notice that male villains usually have facial hair? Maybe Soundgod is going to get his wish of a Villains based Coaster Kingdom!


#16

Now THAT would be funny.


#17

I busted up the Frontal Process ( bone between your nose and teeth ) pretty bad in an accident and am a little self concious about it so I’ve been wearing a beard since I got out of the service back in '76. The one time I shaved it I went from a full on biker beard to clean shaven. My oldest daughter was around 3 or 4 at the time and REFUSED to get in the car with me. She really freaked out when I started talking and she heard daddy’s voice from the stranger’s face.

It has been all different lengths over the years and is now down to a trimed and well maintained goatee which seems to have more gray in it each year. I sometimes think I will shave it, but at this point I am not sure if my chin could survive the exposure!

I think a middle age man looks distinquished with a beard. That’s my story and I’m sticking with it.

-Harry


#18

DH has had a goatee since before DS was born. DS is 8 1/2. I think he would totally freak out if Dad suddenly was clean-shaven! I like how it looks on him though, so I’m good with it. It’s a little more gray now, but that adds to the "distinguished look"that GrumpyDad mentioned. I agree that they need to be neat and well-maintained, whatever the length.