Yes those beards really are being lit up with fairy lights. White ones, red ones, blues one - pretty much any colour you like!

East Village in east London is decorating men's beards with the yuletide facial hair accessory at Christmas Makers Market this Sunday.

“The Laserlight is a life saver for cyclists. Emily Brooke has created a virtual cyclist, seen by drivers if there is a rider in their blind spot.”

“The Burner is seriously bright. Its 100-lumen output trumps most other rear lights especially when you bring price into the equation.”

“A beautifully designed front light, with winning looks, and transferring it from its packaging to your bike is really straightforward. The Laserlight is showing the way for safe cycling on Britain's roads.”

Will-o'-the-wisps are lambent flames seen flickering over marshes and fens, recorded for centuries in many different cultures under many different synonyms. Though often explained as ignited marsh gas, some accounts describe behaviours which contradict this theory.

This page traces the history and theories behind the Will-'o-the-wisp, or the ignis fatuus , "foolish fire", as it's known in Latin.

Some of their synonyms reveal what cultures thought about them: "treasure lights", of Danish origin, suggests that they are the marking places of treasure; "corpse candles" suggests that they're the souls of the departed; "fairy lights", which now mean quite a different thing, suggest that they're the work of (or indeed are) fairies.

Yes those beards really are being lit up with fairy lights. White ones, red ones, blues one - pretty much any colour you like!

East Village in east London is decorating men's beards with the yuletide facial hair accessory at Christmas Makers Market this Sunday.

Yes those beards really are being lit up with fairy lights. White ones, red ones, blues one - pretty much any colour you like!

East Village in east London is decorating men's beards with the yuletide facial hair accessory at Christmas Makers Market this Sunday.

“The Laserlight is a life saver for cyclists. Emily Brooke has created a virtual cyclist, seen by drivers if there is a rider in their blind spot.”

“The Burner is seriously bright. Its 100-lumen output trumps most other rear lights especially when you bring price into the equation.”

“A beautifully designed front light, with winning looks, and transferring it from its packaging to your bike is really straightforward. The Laserlight is showing the way for safe cycling on Britain's roads.”

Will-o -the-wisp - Wikipedia


Fairy lights for beards! The most bizarre Christmas.

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