Trustworthiness of beards
Matt McInerney of pixelspread describes the trustworthiness of the people behind their facial hair. You better be careful when I’m around. I’m questionable, border-line unsavory. Don’t worry though. I’m not a werewolf – and I don’t have the ability to grow a Hitler. How trustworthy are you?
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I don’t see my husband’s beard, here. Just a
regular, lovely, full beard. Is that the control, or something?
catch the full version. i’d say he’s somewhere in between full beard and philosopher :)
I’m 100% questionable. No doubt about it! :-3)
i’m staying away from you.
Aha!! I didn’t see that. Great.
“Trustworthy,” huh? Well, on our wedding day, he had the “homeless”… Maybe his trustworthiness is seasonal.
Think I saw a werewolf tonight at a bar. Completely on the dangerous/disasterous end of the spectrum. :)
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The light hair on the black background was an unfortunate choice. It’s a negative image which is harder to envision. I guess it was necessary to show a gradient between good beards (yellow) to bad (red).
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I currently have the most trustworthy beard at all. If I stop shaving for about three months, I will become borderline threatening. If I keep it up for about three years, I’ll be nearly as trustworthy as I am today.
Be careful, though. While a full beard is more trustworthy than a chinstrap, the full beard can become a Hitler with virtually no notice, while the chin strap can’t.
And as dangerous as John Waters is, you know he can’t get any worse.
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