Thursday, June 15, 2017

Kissing A Mustache / Besando Un Bigote

La version español está después de la versión inglés. 


I LOVE FACIAL 
hair. The first time I ever kissed a man, I was 27 years old. He had a mustache. The thought that flashed in my head was, "Oh my god, I'm kissing a mustache!" (There may have been some other thoughts.)

We have a good friend who would love to grow a beard. His wife has told him he is of course free to do whatever he wants. It's his face. But she gets whisker burn if he hasn't shaved for a day, so she also told him that a beard would mean the end of any kissing. He remains clean-shaven.

We recently met Kathleen's cousin Marguerite. Pedro has a very full beard and San Geraldo hadn't shaved for a day or two. Marguerite is irresistible.

I can't be certain, but I think Marguerite might not like facial hair.


ME ENCANTA EL vello facial. La primera vez que besé a un hombre, yo tenía 27 años. Él tenía bigote. El pensamiento en mi cabeza fue: "¡Oh, Dios mío, estoy besando un bigote!" (Podría haber habido otros pensamientos.)

Tenemos un buen amigo que amaría crecer una barba. Su esposa le ha dicho que, por supuesto, es libre de hacer lo que quiera. Es su cara. Pero ella se quema quemadura de barba si él no se ha afeitado por un día, así que ella también le dijo que una barba significaría el final de cualquier beso. Sigue siendo afeitado.

Recientemente nos encontramos con un buen amigo de Kathleen y Pedro (más como familia). Su nombre es Marguerite. Pedro tiene una barba llena (muy llena) y San Geraldo no se había afeitado por uno o dos días. Marguerite es irresistible

No puedo estar seguro, pero creo que a Marguerite no le gustará el vello facial.



23 comments:

  1. Give me a good whisker burn any day and a wee bit of a tickle too!

    WINKS!!!!

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    1. Ron:
      Same here... well, except for the tickle.

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  2. If I am correct the longer the beard the less 'whisker burn' there is, right? Beards generally get softer as they grow. So your friend's wife may be in for a big surprise....after a few days/week of not shaving (not the wife but the husband of course!!).

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    1. Jim:
      Unless of course it's a coarse beard!

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    1. Wilma:
      Pedro gave me a whisker rub when we said goodnight.

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  4. What I don't care for in kissing a beard/moustache is that sometimes you get to know what he ate mot recently.

    Pssst - btw Mitch (and I'll whisper this as I don't want anyone else to hear until you've decided to put it out there yourself) H.B. and M.H.R. to you for the morrow. Ssssssshhhhhh.

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    1. Ray:
      You of the name "Beard"!?! As long as they keep the beard clean... Thanks in advance. It will be admitted tomorrow!

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  5. Pricless.......looks like my usual Monday face! And dear it's the " There may have been some other thoughts" part, the reason I love you!!!! yes they CAN have their advantages.

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    1. mistress maddie:
      And the thoughts did not include "Peach. I think I'll paint the walls peach."

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  6. While a beard my be scratchy after a day or two, it will eventually soften and be kissable, if the lady is willing.

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    1. Stephen:
      The lady in question is not willing. Poor guy.

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  7. I have never received any complaints about my beard from any of the recipients that I have kissed ... :-)

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    1. Heron:
      Nor have I... well except from Jerry!

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  8. I think Pedro's may have been softer than San Geraldo's!
    And personally, i adore a scratchy kiss!

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    1. Bob:
      I'm sure you're right and I agree.

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  9. I have had a moustache since I was in my late 20s and a beard off and on for the past 50 years. The current on is going on 10 years now and Mr Beaulieu does occasionally complain.... it remains....

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    1. Willym:
      I used to constantly change my facial hair -- mustache, beard, mustache, clean-shaven, etc. Now I stick with beard because I feel like I need something of interest on my face to make up for the lack of hair on my head. Jerry doesn't complain (although even he sometimes has gotten a whisker burn).

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  10. We don't get "whisker burn" down here in Oz. Plenty of beard rash though! Or I did in my yoof. *chuckle* After over 36 years with my very softly bearded boy, I'm fine.

    I'll take it from Ray and wish you many happy returns of tomorrow, yes?,

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    1. Rozzie:
      And it's now today! Thanks! Beard rash, huh? Sounds like something to be treated with penicillin.

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