“Movember ended yesterday, day day day day.”
Some cops just don’t get love.
No one in the history of the universe has ever meant to say “ducking.”
I’ll take the best mustache in the biz for a million, Alex.
I got 9 problems but a beard ain’t one.
What a difference a flavor saver makes.
An actual ad on an actual New York City subway. Specifically the F Train into Brooklyn. Of course.
Timmy, why’d you have to go and make things so complicated?
Just say no to AXE body spray.
According to HBO’s new series about three gay men in San Francisco, the City by the Bay is a land where facial hair is plentiful. Here are the beard-y moments from the first three episodes, ranked from worst to best.
WARNING: YOU PROBABLY CAN’T HANDLE THIS PHOTO.
Guys, it’s over. Jonathan Burnside has beaten Movember.
Plus the most epic mustaches ever, a tribute to Edna Krabappel, and 50 of the most challenging novels ever.
Like King Charles II, Teddy Roosevelt, and …Chef Boyardee.
AKA The hardest time in your life.
We’re officially halfway done with “fashion month.” Spoiler alert! Lots of Kelly Osbourne ahead.
Knowledge of important facial hair is the most marketable skill there is.
Because this is what you truly need in your life.
Plus a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Daenerys’ dragons on Game of Thrones, new research into the relationship between testicle size and parenting, and Justin Bieber’s unsettling creepstache.
Looking like Ron Burgundy, but actually it’s for the new X-Men movie.
Rudi Saldia has been taking his cat Mary Jane on cycling trips around Philadelphia since she was a kitten. You can follow their adventures on YouTube.
The actor sported a new look the other day which begs the question, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH EWAN?
Brian Fantana is alive and well.
If there was a Golden Globe award for Best Mustache Ever, this would win. Instead.
Everybody’s beard-crazy these days, but some guys aren’t so lucky. Here’s an open letter from the poorly-bearded.
Obama’s top advisor made good on a promise to remove his 40-year-old mustache on the set of MSNBC’s Morning Joe after a bet with host Joe Scarborough and a donation from Donald Trump helped raise over $1,000,000 to cure epilepsy.