Monday, December 03, 2007

Every Question Tells a Story, Dept.

Honor Code - Frequently Asked Questions

From the FAQ page for the Honor Code at Brigham Young University, where their motto is: "If it feels good, eschew it!"

What is the process for obtaining a beard waiver?

A student who wishes to obtain a beard waiver must visit a BYU Student Health Center doctor by appointment (422.5156). The doctor will fax his recommendation. The student then needs to come to the Honor Code Office to fill out some paperwork and receive the letter allowing the growth of the beard, if approved. If a yearly beard waiver is granted, a new Student ID will be issued after the beard has been fully grown, and must be renewed every year by repeating the process.

Two widdel things:

1) I would sooner undergo a sex-change and move to Kabul than attend a school/live in a state/practice a religion wherein I have to get a fucking doctor's certification before I can grow a fucking beard.

2) I'm going to say that the beards most popular on the BYU campus are the ones that look like a girlfriend and sound like a girlfriend but they ain't really a girlfriend, capeesh?

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