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What type of facial hair do you wear? 

56%
1,348 deviants said I don't have any (Or you're a girl.)
11%
275 deviants said Stubble
7%
175 deviants said Goatee
7%
159 deviants said Full beard
6%
138 deviants said Moustache
4%
108 deviants said Other
3%
69 deviants said Half-Beard
3%
61 deviants said Sideburns
1%
36 deviants said Soulpatch
1%
35 deviants said Chinstrap

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lizzyliz1 Dec 18, 2012  Student General Artist
i googled it...saw a women shaving her chin and cheeks
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:icontjipi:
I'm a girl so I don't have any facial hair... Although I do have a single long hair on my chin that keeps comming back no matter how many times I pull it out. So maybe that counts as facial hair? XD
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You don't "wear" facial hair like it's a hat or sunglasses. You grow facial hair or have facial hair.:P
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Veggie55 Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think someone needs to brush up on their English ;)
Yes, you grow it, but you do wear it just like any other accessory.
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't need to brush up on my English! I've been speaking it for almost 29 years now! :P
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Veggie55 Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Then you should be more than familiar with the term!
Google it for yourself :p
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've seen it before, it just doesn't make sense. Neither does the way people claim "renege" should be pronounced. It's got an 'e' on the end! Re-nej, not ren-egg. T_T
Stupid English. (I'm allowed to insult it if it's my native language, right?)
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Veggie55 Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Indeed you can, for English is pretty damn stupid at times :p
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AmethystSadachbia Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Out of curiosity, do you speak any Gaelic? Aside from the…unique orthographic rules, it looks like a very interesting language that I'd love to study someday. (Then again, I kind of want to study *every* language someday, so take that as you will…)
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Veggie55 Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
In Ireland it's Gaeilge, not Gaelic, and yes, I'm fluent.
It's a horrible language to study if you ask me :p
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