Tuesday, March 25, 2008

#14 Facial Hair



Meet Radhakant Bajpai...



Meet Badamsinh Juwansinh Gurjar...

Then meet Chow Yun-Fat...

As you can see, Asians DOMINATE the facial hair scene. Above are the respective record holders for the longest mustache in the world and the longest ear tufts in the world. Both record holders are Indian and the Asian community proudly embraces their accomplishments.

Although most of us don't sprout hair in wide areas, once it pops, it won't stop. We have straight hair and it comes out prickly the first half inch. Once you cross the half inch barrier, the hair begins to lose its stiffy and slowly gets softer. Above is a photo of Chow Yun-Fat showing the difficulty Asians have growing horizontally, as opposed to vertically. Due to these traits, the Fu Manchu gained great popularity throughout Asian history. Even if your hair grows in spots, you let it get long and rock the Pacific Triangle with hair coming out in 3 directions off the lip and chin respectively.

Facial hairs are signs of male vanity and those blessed flaunt it. Like Eddie Murphy said, "Singers get all the p@ssy!" That is true in Asia, especially for Karaoke Lounge singers, but even more powerful than a set of pipes is a good set of handlebars. Young Asians, take heed and get the lead out. Let's see those Fus!

2 comments:

Ashley said...

Yeap, Japanese people even sell sticky facial hair for men who can't grow beards or mustaches. XD

Anonymous said...

That's not true, Asians hate facial hair.