In this video, a bearded dragon named Baldi tries his hand at eating his own beard, but the results are pretty disappointing.
The bearded dragon eats his own hair, but it’s still pretty messy.
The video was originally uploaded to YouTube by YouTube user “Nate” who said he was using the video to teach his son about the importance of eating clean.
In the video, Baldi is shown eating his beard before trying to eat the hair.
The hair is clearly in poor condition.
After the beard is finished, Baldis mouth is dry and he can barely chew.
Nate told Newsweek he was inspired by the story of a man who tried to eat his own face and got really sick.
In another video, the bearded dragon is shown trying to chew a piece of his own tooth, but he just keeps chewing it.
In both videos, the beard does not have the same amount of hair on it, but both were posted to YouTube as “Baldi and the Beard” and “Boldly Balding.”
According to Nate, the video shows how important it is to eat clean.
It’s a lesson he learned in his own life, but his son seems to be taking the advice to heart.
The father of two said he started using the YouTube video to motivate his sons and to share the health benefits of eating a clean beard.
He said he noticed a difference when he watched his sons get a better taste of beard grooming.
“I was like, ‘Dad, I think I have this going for me,'” Nate said.
“They’re like, this is great, we love it, we’re going to do it.”
The bearded dragons on YouTube aren’t the only ones sharing their tips for cleaning up a beard.
In fact, the YouTube community is starting to see bearded dragons eating their own beard.
“This is just one of the reasons why I’m on YouTube,” Baldi said.
The Baldi and Baldi’s Beard YouTube page has nearly 40,000 subscribers, and people are sharing their stories of beard hygiene and cleaning up their own facial hair.
One man, who goes by “Bridget” on YouTube, has been cleaning up his beard and hair for over a year.
“As soon as I was able to get my hair cut, I started grooming my beard,” he said.
Brenta said that when she first started using YouTube she used to think she was the only one.
“It was kind of like, that’s not a thing,” Brenta told Newsweek.
“Then I started taking it more seriously, and I think that has been really helpful.”
Brenta has been grooming her beard for more than 10 years, and she’s already started to clean up her own beard as well.
“After I started, I really started to appreciate what it is,” Brentan said.