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A whole thread about beards and mustaches and no one's mentioned Hulk Hogan? For shame, you guys. For SHAME.
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Check it, my old stache.
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whaddya mean "unknown"!? Everybody knows he is an artist at exploring pipes!
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For me, that Velazques pic wins the thread. There are longer moustaches. There certainly are bigger moustaches. But not much can top the sheer
style of that moustache.
It's a little fuzzy (shaky hand/bad mirror) but there's a mustache in there somewhere...
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Clochette I'm pretty slow, but yeah, I took a second to see the name written on Sargent's canvases. And I already knew the Courbet, I saw it at the Musee D'Orsay. I guess I'm slower than usual because I'm sick. Stayed home today. Thanks for the recent crit in my SB, btw! You should be more critical. Tell me what sucks.
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if that isn't performance art, i dunno what is.
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oh Engels dude ooooowns this thread...
Me with the aforementioned windmill beard, and a top hat!
Also, funny how you posted this during Movember.
can you guess what music im into?
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