The only thing manlier than a luscious beard is cutting it off with an ax.
Back in the 1930s, a group of manly men made names for themselves by shaving either themselves or other equally manly men with a tool usually reserved for tree murder.
There was Oregon lumberjack Leonard Wallulis, who performed the stunt to get to the finals of a Ripley’s Believe It or Not contest.
Other men had a more business-minded approach to the masculine feat. Paul Criss, a traveling ax salesman, would shave with his wares to promote “The Perfect Axe” from the Kelly Axe Company. Spectators gathered from far and wide to watch Criss, who humbly referred to himself as “The Spectacular Axe-Man.”
This guy only eats food that had a mother.
When a dinner guest asked for his steak to be cooked well-done, this guy politely yet firmly told him to leave.
This guy calls tissues “weakness paper.”
And this guy calls period blood “sex ketchup.”
And these guys saw Logan and only teared up a little bit.