Ambrose Burnside, the King of Mutton Chops. Look how they beautifully wrap around to connect to his mustache.
Another picture of Burnside for good measure, because this man rocked the mutton chops his entire life. Have you ever seen such commitment to a facial hair style?
I don’t know too much about Martin VanBuren because history teachers tend to skip him over, which I think is entirely unfair.
I have no clue who this man is but I admire the length of his mutton chops.
I can guarantee you that the majority of Henrik Ibsen’s creativity came from his mutton chops.
And look! Mutton chops aren’t just for the stodgy old figures of the past but also for outstanding young beer drinkers like you and me.
Plus, if you have disfiguring facial moles like good old Lemmy here, mutton chops are the perfect way to cover them up.
Even babies love mutton chops.
You don’t have to be constrained to normal hair colours either. Mutton chops look just as good in blue, green, or pink!
See how excited this little girl is that her face is being graced by mutton chops
Also, Wolverine rocked some pretty mean mutton chops and Wolverine is arguably the best of the X-men. Even if he is technically only supposed to be 5’3”.
You don’t even need hair on the rest of your head to have some good mutton chops!
Sure, it may make you look like a hillbilly but some girls find that sexy. I swear.
I’m not saying mutton chops will make your life perfect, but I don’t know about you, this guy looks pretty damn happy.
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