I'm sure it's been done before (couldn't seem to find anything though) but I am curious as to whom has the mightiest beard on AoM! Not just length, but fullness, color, shape and everything else that makes beards so wonderful! Fellow facial hair enthusiasts, I urge you to post your manliest moustaches, burliest beards and sickest sideburns! Let's hear some boasts and give some toasts to the manliness of chin pelts!!!

To get us started, I present my 8 month beard.Is it the manliest on here? Surely not! Show us what you've got!

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I call dibs on the cards.

8 months, dear lord. I'm 6 weeks into it and mine is about 3/4" long. I fail as a man.

As of midnight, I have officially achieved a half-yeard.  6 months, to the day.  I've kept it trimmed, very slightly for shape, but it's mostly unrestricted growth.

Awesome! And totally different from your profile photo!

Hey, I've still got the flattop!  :)

I very much approve of the Beard, chuck. It suits you well.

Wow, Chuck. Totally impressed. You Da Man!

Wow Chuck! Coming along great man!

wow, Chuck! that is awesome!  a very classic looking beard.

I haven't posted in well over a year now on anything but giveaways (shame on me I know), but my love of facial hair culture means I had to post. Here is my beard, 8 months of unrestricted growth. You've got me beat!

looks good.

great looking beard, Malavacious

here's mine from a few days ago:

and a few months ago after a small trim (profile view):

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