That is what the Beans had to say upon seeing this.
Now my dad has always had a beard, as far back as I remember, and Paul Bunyan has had some variation on facial hair since the day we met. However, recently it has been a bit like a ZZTop concert round here.
Dad was growing his for the Red Sox, which I have NO grudge against because I again wept as my team made it three in my life time and won the Series. But my husband, no matter how hard I tried to lie to myself and say it was for Boston, was not growing his beard for Papi and crew.
No, he just really is embracing the whole Paul Bunyan redneck thing.
He thinks Duck Dynasty is hilarious. I watched it the first time and had an epiphany ... my husband is Jase.
Don't get me wrong, there are worse things, by far to be married to. When Bunyan ain't looking, I laugh at and even with Jase, I don't particularly mind him. But it is part of our loving banter for me to be annoyed. There are definitely limits to my acceptance. Like camo "bibs" on an adult man, that would be one big merther fracken limit of mine. But the beard was okay ... it was getting a little, um, shall we say, unruly though and I might have suggested he trim it or something.
Well, I wasn't trying to be funny! I was merely suggesting that you trim it up a little, because, well, it won't hurt you to ...
That isn't true, there are men who don't have beards, but I wasn't suggesting that you have NO beard, just maybe LESS beard ...
Well that isn't constructive at all. I was just saying that maybe a little trim would be a good thing.
I could go on with fake meme replies. There are no shortage of Jase-isms that sound particularly Bunyan-like. Many of which I agree with.
Some I find alarmingly close to the mentality he has sometimes.
Bunyan's beard isn't that long yet, but I think that is the end goal in mind and he is getting close. He mentioned the other day that he may need beard wax or something like that, to help "control" it.
Uh, I am not even sure what to say to THAT.
All things considered, there are worse things my husband could decide to do in order to annoy me or assert himself on. While he may be a pain in the butt sometimes, he is my soul mate and partner in crime. Besides, while I leave you with a quote from the "wrong" Robertson brother, we have similar parenting philosophies ...
LOL on that note, I bid you a farewell for today!