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Vlog: Shaving off my beard!

21 Jul 2012

Like I said: if we reached 200% of our goal on PolakPotrafi.pl, I'd shave off my beard. And I did it!

Thank you everyone for your support!

I started a page on Bibliobird with the official "thank yous" but unfortunately, more than half of the supporters still haven't responded to Karolina's e-mail! You need to respond in order to get your "thank you", postcard or badge on your profile.

This video was a lot of fun to record! The very beginning and ending are in Polish but the rest is in English because this is the language that my wife and I usually interact in.

Please let me know what you think of me without my beard in the comments!

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10 years younger :)

Posted by: Mariusz (not verified) | Sunday, July 22, 2012 - 06:27
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You seem to have very soft beard. After a week I have irritations on my face. :)

The second issue is that, it is very interesting that people who spoke different languages sound different when they talk. And I mean the tone. It’s as if I was listening to two David Snopeks. :)

Posted by: Wojtek (not verified) | Sunday, July 22, 2012 - 08:31
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Hehe, yeah, about the different tones is very true. I'm not entirely sure what causes that. When I'm speaking Polish I try to sound the way Polish people sound to me - but obviously I don't accomplish it very well because people easily recognize that I'm not Polish. :-)

Best regards,
David.

Posted by: David Snopek | Wednesday, July 25, 2012 - 11:35
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Szczerze mowiac David, z broda bylo ci dobrze ale troche archaicznie jak z ksiazki Slowackiego.Teraz Carrie bedzie miala wrazenie ze zmienila meza. Mysle ze na dobrze wyjdzie.

gratulacje z odniesionego sukcesu

hi
greg

Posted by: franekjozefa (not verified) | Monday, July 23, 2012 - 12:04

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