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Posted March 8, 2011
Fun little book about facial hair
(Suggested backing track: "Facial Hair" by Kobi LaCroix.)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Like many such books, there isn't a whole lot to this one; it won't be one of the great humor classics or anything. But it's a fun and silly little book that surveys some of the great stache wearers of our time, from obvious ones like Burt Reynolds and Charlie Chaplin to people you might not normally think of, like Dennis Franz. There isn't a whole lot to say other than that; it's one of those books that's good for an impulse buy and some quick laughs.
I'm docking one star for picking Jason Giambi over Rollie Fingers though -- baseball's greatest handlebar deserved better than to be relegated to a "other famous baseball 'staches" list.
Posted October 18, 2009
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A good nightstand companion
A nice little book to keep on the nightstand for end-of-day reading. Nice and light, yet funny and interesting. Never has so much thought gone into researching and ranking a little hairstrip.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 24, 2009
SWEET STACHE by Jon Chattman/Rich Tarentino
This book is a gas! For gift-giving it is perfect! For enjoyable reading it is perfect! It lists those who have the "stache" and enjoy it! You can find your favorite "stache" people in here, including: tom Selleck, "Weird Al" Yancovic, Gene Shalit, Hulk Hogan, Albert Einstein (!), Keith Hernandez and, of course, Bert Reynolds. Capsule versions of these important people are included, with their pride in their 'staches.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
But it for yourself! Buy it for your friends! Buy it for your Dad (or Mom, as the case may be) But, in the words of Chattman, "Mustaches have been an integral part of Americana, and once you read this book, you will realize their importance and never quite look at facial hair the same way again."