Picture of the day: a very looong beard
And since it´s so hairy here today...
Post your comments/titles/captions to this picture (both in Spanish and English) and vote for the ones you like. The best answer will be chosen tomorrow on the basis of the biggest number of votes.
¡Y todo a causa de que extravié mi navaja de afeitar en algún lado!
And it's all because I misplaced my razor somewhere!
Cuánto tiempo se tarda en llegar el mac y medianas papas frites aqui?
How long does it take to get a Big Mac and medium fries around here?
Mi esposa no sabe a tejer. Tengo que crecer mi propia bufanda que me proteja del frío.
My wife does not know how to knit. I have to grow my own beard to protect me from the cold.
La versión masculina de Rapunzel.
The male version of Rapunzel.
The man in this photo is listed here - very interesting to read:
El viento no es mi amigo.
The wind is not my friend.
Pensamos que peinado rafta fueron una invención de reggae. We thought dreadlocks were an invention of reggae.
¡Mi bisabuela fue una chica caliente!
"Guardo la barba para distraer a todos cuenta de la confusión en la parte superior de mi cabeza." (Somehow, I don't think I translated this well.)
"I keep the beard to distract everyone from the mess on top of my head."
If his hair were longer and we were back a few thousand years in time then I think the term below might be appropriate:
Estoy sentado en mi inodoro ornamental. Es la nueva moda.
I am seated on my commode. It is the latest fashion.
Crees que mi barba es grande? Tiene que ver los pelos en mis piernas!
You think my beard is big? You should see the hairs on my legs!
Mi mujer tiene una barba mucho más grande.
My wife has an even bigger beard.
La tienda en mi pueblo no tenga hojas de afeitar.
This is not a caption for the picture, but I think his beard being that long is kind of neat. I let my grow long once (not nearly that long, but long for my culture here). I had wanted to let it get a foot or two long, but I eventually cut it back some.
El fondo es fantástico.