A happy man!

The harsh looks are a mere disappointment to a huge population and are most often found to give a stubborn outlook which makes socially unacceptable. They provide no fun and meaning to their own existence, lest others. And, then there stays no point of their acceptance and are more often looked down. Their presence at parties are no joy for the prickly and unclean looks give no approval of the presence near to them, often being left- out or avoided. This also grants them unbathed looks, what bad could it get, not talking of the exceptions who know well enough to carry out their rough and rugged looks. Well, who would like an unclean stubbly man around oneself ? If any, then those are mere exceptions, and we are not talking of the exceptions here, for a change, for here we are making general opinions.

In the times that we are now, almost everyone bids a tata-bye to the unclean and unshaven man with a bad stubble growing around their necks, chin, etc. They are really aloof of their own existence and acceptance by the people around or may be they are not concerned, and not being concerned is an unsocial attitude. This is just not my opinion, but majority of the population shall go with me and support me in this opinion of the unclean and stubbly man. It is essential that man pay due attention to their grooming skills and maintain themselves in terms of good standards and take the baton of leading a neat and clean routine so that they are reasons of joy and fun to everyone around.

Miles to seek and miles to go,

Its high time, you need to grow.

Bid adieu to the prickly pears,

Saintly looks and saintly seers.

A broader domain to view,

prickly pears are bid adieu.

The thorny grounds,

those harsh sounds.

The  young and the old days,

in those moments of sways,

Of that manly appearance,

I was clean bowled by his clean shaven looks, hence.

‘This post is a part of #WillYouShave activity at BlogAdda in association with Gillette‘.

I nominate NANDINI GARG for the #WillYouShave activity at Blogadda.


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