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Let´s see those faces people.

aramcheck

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I really like those threads, it is good to see what people look like, and realise that they do not look like the mental image I've had of them!
So, that's what I look like after driving 500 miles, play an afternoon gig and get ready to drive 200 more miles to the evening gig! :cool:

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SUZY

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I havent been here as long as most, but here is a pic of me and the wonderful man that puts up with me !!
 

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Ok...this is me around a year ago (with the blonde spikes)...though I have now engulfed on a more crust-punk path and settled on black dreads...and yes, I am pulling a face and yes, that is a very messy squat and no, I do not live there. :happy:

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Here is some of the bigger animals in my house ;)
 

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Afraid not John! Though, in all honesty, Morg's face looks a tiny bit familiar and we don't live in cities that far away, so I am guessing that we will have been at some of the same gigs.

Whilst I don't know him, I recognise Aramcheck too and have definately seen him around Nottingham.

Small world, hey?

I was surprised by your picture John - I was basing my opinion on my impression of you as the "Great All-knowing One" - on that basis, I had you pegged as around 400 years old. But you appear younger than that. ;)

Zoe x
 

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I know that there is more people on this site then this, so..........where are you shy folks !!!!
 

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Here I am last summer, I can't remember if I was laughing or singing? My hair is longer now.
 

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tmarmoratus

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Hey Guys! It's been FOREVER since my last post... thought I'd check in and say hi, and this seemed like an appropriate thread to do it. Nice to see the Caudata.org User Map is still linked :)

Well, since there's a prerequisite to post in this thread, here I am, rocking the beard I had for a month:
 

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Here is another ginger with my beautiful brunette wife, Dawn. This was on a trip to Busch Gardens last summer.
 

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John

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Hey Guys! It's been FOREVER since my last post... thought I'd check in and say hi, and this seemed like an appropriate thread to do it. Nice to see the Caudata.org User Map is still linked :)
Jeff, I think it needs some maintenance...
 

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Heck, if we do not get some more faces up here, we may have to start the first "Unofficial Beard Growing Contest" thread. It will be great! Morg can grow a goatee to mach his 'hawk, and I will allow small birds to move into mine!;)

I volunteer up audio recordings of my wife's complaints about facial hair as a prize!
 

Azhael

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Ohhh....if only i had seen this before...i just trimmed my beard xDDD

Come on people, more faces!
 
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