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OMG! This girl is OBSESSED with beards! OB-SESSED! She even went to a NYC beard competition to scope out all the men exciting her glitter. Accor… Read more…

14 comments to “Ke$ha LOVES Beards!”

  1. 1

    She would actually be prettier if she had one herself.

  2. 2

    Re: hoochpit – And that dude looks like he'd be a pretty girl without one.

  3. 3

    It just baffles me that these two creeps of ALL the people that I'm sure attended this event made it to this website!! These two fuckers were also the creeps that won the "Richmond Diamond Dash" not just this year but last year as well!! Hmmmm, wonder who these freaks really are, and how they pulled this one off!? I think that I want to look into this…

  4. 4

    What do I get from this picture? Kesha loves Charles Manson look-alikes.

  5. 5

    disgusting. i want to throw up

  6. 6

    Complete and utter trash. It terrifies me that there are ten year old listening to her skank-ass music.

  7. 7

    True that I might look a little creepy but it's a damn good looking beard and a damn good looking lady.

  8. 8

    look how gross she looks. she needs to get herself together. she's a fucking pathetic MESS

  9. 9

    Re: luvdubya – SKILLS!

  10. Thaye says – reply to this


    The website is up now by the way, it's a Tumblr…. ;-)

  11. Thaye says – reply to this


    I had a typo in my comment. Ofc the URL is putyourbeardinmymouth.com.

    I accidentally wrote bread instead of beard. Don't just copy the URL I wrote.

  12. 12

    Gross. What a waste of flesh Ke$ha is.

  13. Thaye says – reply to this


    Re: DiArBe
    Considering your wonderful attitude, I could say the exact same about you.

  14. 14

    Just want to say, Travis Oliver may look a little mansonish, but he's a pretty nice guy. Also, this photo, and his status in the beardy community is clearly proof of his badassery. also, the world could use a little less harsh, critical judginess, and a little more tolerance, understanding, and respect of others' perspectives.