The Trustworthiness of beards: A sliding scale

Some beards good. Other beards bad.

At the moment I’m hovering around “Questionable” and I always will. Because my mo won’t grow.

From PopChartLab.

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One thought on “The Trustworthiness of beards: A sliding scale”

  1. a) Clearly The Werewolf (which I love, by the way) should be at the end on the right.
    b) The Hitler is also The Charlie Chaplain (which I’d put near the left), so that’s not really fair.
    c) Whether you call my facial hair ‘sideburns’ or ‘muttonchops’, I’m still more trustworthy than you.

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