BEST OF THE WEB: THE LATEST BEARD AND MOUSTACHE NEWS (10/26/15)

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Welcome to our latest edition of Best of the Web! Today’s beard news is a mixed bag of funny (Halle Berry may have something to do with Jimmy Kimmel keeping his beard), sweet (Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey just donated a nice chunk of his own stock to his employees), and just plain weird (since when were beard transplants a thing?).

We won’t delay any longer. Read on for today’s Best of the Web!

The Zeus Team

Jimmy Kimmel sits down with Vulture to discuss why he’s keeping his beard and how it relates to Brooklyn Week on his show. (Vulture)

Beards and their use as plot devices in movies. If you’re the villain, the evil goatee seems to be a no-fail visual cue. (io9)

Ever the nice guy: Twitter CEO (and beard enthusiast) Jack Dorsey is donating $200 million in Twitter stock to his employees. (Ask Men)

According to a new study, bearded men are more likely to fight, cheat, and steal than those who are clean-shaven. Given that this study was conducted by a video sharing app, we’re calling it baloney. (Ask Men)

Beard transplants are becoming popular procedures for baby-faced men. (The Wichita Eagle)

Just in time for Halloween: Costume ideas for bearded men. Spy Zeus anywhere on this list? (Hubpages)

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