Mustache, anyone?

“I always carried a jewel-studded cigarette case in which, instead of tobacco, were carefully placed several mustaches… I offered them politely to my friends: ‘Mustache? Mustache? Mustache?’”

― Salvador Dalí 

MUSTACHES IN THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES...

“But he wore a moustache—a shaggy moustache too: nothing in the meek and merciful way, but quite in the fierce and scornful style: the regular Satanic sort of thing—and he wore, besides, a vast quantity of unbrushed hair.”

―Charles Dickens,The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, 1843  

PRACTICALLY MAGNETIC MUSTACHES

“They're practically magnetic: the average man with a mo touches it 760 times a day.”

― 13-things-you-didnt-know-about-mustaches  

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AGES OF POETRY

“The great ages of prose are the ages in which men shave. The great ages of poetry are those in which they allow their beards to grow.”

― Robert Lynd  

WARRIORS AND LOVERS

“A beard gives fierceness to the warrior, and renders the lover irresistible.”

― The Ladies' Repository, September 1862  

WALKING THE BEARD

“For a healthy beard, be sure to brush it daily and take it for a walk every evening.”

― BeardGuru.com 

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