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Soul patch

so thinking of growing a soul patch for that hard to shave area. Something like Tom Selleck had in Quigley Down Under. Or is that too creepy.
 
Personal opinion, so please take it with a grain of salt. I have had a beard, and will again in another month. I have also had a goatee, and it wasn't horrible. A soul patch just doesn't entice me, nor does my wife want to have me with one. Again, just my personal opinion.

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Personal opinion, so please take it with a grain of salt. I have had a beard, and will again in another month. I have also had a goatee, and it wasn't horrible. A soul patch just doesn't entice me, nor does my wife want to have me with one. Again, just my personal opinion.

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Ya know matter how hard I try my wife would most likely choose Tom Selleck over me.
 
My wife prefers no facial hair as well. I have done the full beard and various facial hair before though. I am kinda tempted to just grow a moustache though these days.
 
Wife likes a goatee, but likes it trimmed more closely than I prefer. so, every once in a while I will grow one, but it never lasts. Tried the soul patch once, thinking that, as it's under the lips, the wife would not be so fussy . . . WRONG.

Also, I hated it too, but don't tell her that.
 
Currently have a full mustache and soul patch. A couple of weeks ago I told the her I was thinking about breading the soul patch. The look was priceless. That area is the slowest growing on my face.
 
If 47 years of marriage has taught me nothing else, I’d say ask your wife. You appear to have a nice mustache, so that tempers the weird factor, and I’d say it’s merely personal choice. I would never grow one as I believe a full, strong, bold and solitary mustache is the most manly. I simply cannot imagine Nick Offerman with one.

I’ve just recently grown my longtime pedestrian mustache well over my lips, and it’s generated a new found enthusiasm that’s been sorely lacking for 53 years. Perhaps you might enjoy doing so also.
 
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