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New Jersey resident Jeff Langum sets Guinness World Record with toothpicks, huge beard

March 28, 2015

New Jersey resident and Philly native Jeff Langum sports 3,157 toothpicks in his 23-inch beard — a new Guinness World Record. (Image via Jeff Langum's FB page) . . New Jersey resident Jeff Langum sets Guinness World Record with toothpicks, huge beard New Jersey resident and Philly native Jeff Langum has honorably held the title of “World’s Best Natural Full Beard” since 2013. Now, along with it and the help of more than 3,000 toothpicks, Langum has another title under his belt.  Earlier this month, an Italian TV show featured Langum attempting to set the Guinness World Record for “Most toothpicks in a beard.” The segment aired March 10, and given the 23 inches of Langum’s beard, you may not be surprised that...

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Men Grow Beards To Show Dominance And Attract Women, Because There's Some Rough Competition Out There

March 28, 2015

According to scientists, “peak beard” status had been reached last year and it was just a matter of days or weeks before all bearded men finally decided to invest in razors and shaving cream again. However, those scientists were wrong, oh-so wrong, because as we’ve seen, this beard thing is just getting bigger, fuller, and bushier. Realizing that they were incorrect, scientists are singing a different tune. According to a new study beards are a “badge” of dominance and power, and because of this even women who aren’t into beards will totally throw a no-beard rule out the window.  The study involves the evolutionary fact that the more competition there is for a man to win over a lady, the more...

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Brave Bearded Woman Tells Her Heart-Warming Story

March 27, 2015

Meet a bearded lady from who did not leave her house and shaved twice a day until she met the love of her life in California, USA. Annalisa Hackleman learnt to live with her beard with support from husband David Annalisa Hackleman’s beard started to grow when she was 13 and after several tests the girl was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal condition. After that she developed agoraphobia, a condition that made it difficult for her to go outside her home. Annalisa’s mum took her to get laser hair removal but the process was not effective and soon she was engaged in a never-ending battle with her facial hair. The girl was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome She said: “I formed agoraphobia and would feel...

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