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    I like moustaches quite a bit. Or even a full beard if it's kept well trimmed. I never saw my dad without his moustache and beard my whole life (saw pictures of him without it).

    Clean shaven is okay for some guys. I hate stubble. Not the look, the feel. Why do men always act surprised when a woman says it hurts to be scraped with it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    Pencil mustache? Hell yeah. Just because.
    Oh how could I forget the pencil 'stache? There are some cases where those can be very hawt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Please post here if you like a moustachioed men. Also, please explain the attraction. I've been seeing more and more guys growing them in. Do you love 70's camp, did your dad have one, do you like to run your fingers through a thick 'Burt Reynolds'?

    My interest is mostly academic, as I'm only capable of a 'John Waters'.
    some facial hair can be attractive in that "yes, i just rolled out of bed after fighting a grizzly all night to save you" kind of way.

    otherwise excessive facial hair makes me think that they are out of work porn stars from the 70's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    some facial hair can be attractive in that "yes, i just rolled out of bed after fighting a grizzly all night to save you" kind of way.

    otherwise excessive facial hair makes me think that they are out of work porn stars from the 70's.

    Yeah, I think sometimes guys think that growing out their facial hair means that they don't have to tend to it anymore.

    Au contraire, gentlemen. Au contraire.

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    I think moustaches are something guys grow to amuse themselves and other guys, not because they think chicks dig it. Well...except in India.

    How about that cowboy in The Big Lebowski? Surely that was hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I think moustaches are something guys grow to amuse themselves and other guys
    This is what I think too when I see guys go full-on sasquash mountain man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Oh how could I forget the pencil 'stache? There are some cases where those can be very hawt


    I love a sharp man.
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    Look, if I can shave my legs every day, you can take care of whatever that crap is coming out of your face >.<

    I think it goes without saying, I have never really been a fan of facial hair. I used to pull my ex's little triangle thing he grew, and tell him to go shave.

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    Had one for several years and shaved it off one day,never to return

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