face fungus


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face fungus

A beard; stubble. Ugh, I'm not a fan of all that face fungus—give me a clean-shaven guy any day.
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(face) fungus

n. whiskers; a beard. If John would shave off that face fungus, he’d look a lot better.
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Hollywood star Jake Gyllenhaal, 25, sported, erm, interesting new face fungus as he lunched with mum Naomi at a Beverly Hills deli.
In fact, rather than his static display I became increasingly fascinated by his beard, no longer a trendy goatee but now a full on ginger face fungus of the kind beloved of geography teachers and heavily-tattooed bass players in American grunge bands.
There is usually a goatee or some other form of stylized face fungus. He is adorned with beads, shells, crystals or other lame, dangling ornaments.
ANOTHER film, another face fungus for John Travolta as a mysterious tycoon with plans to break his way into the world banking system computers.
Vain Webster has told pals he thinks his face fungus - as our artists show right - makes him look "more distinguished".
Lady Thatcher (crowned Tory leader 25 years ago last Friday) hated beards and in the current Cabinet Peter Mandelson, Geoff Hoon, Alistair Darling and Stephen Byers all shaved off face fungus. So is Glasgow Pollock MP Ian Davidson heading for higher things after losing his moustache?