18 May '11, 4am

10 of the World's Wackiest Beards |@EnviroGraffiti|

10 of the World's Wackiest Beards |@EnviroGraffiti|

Ah, beards... Men love them and women on the whole feel the reverse. Two thousand men and women were surveyed by Lynx, and the results proved to be a shocker. Sixty-three percent of men thought beards made them more manly and attractive, while 92% of women preferred clean-shaven men – and 95% said they were turned off by kissing a hairy face. Yet this dichotomy is not that strange. In the history of man, beards have been looked at as a sign of wisdom, manliness and high social status, but also eccentricity, dirtiness, and low social rank.

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