30 Men Who Try The 'Monkey Tail' Beard Style fashion stuffs
Another strange internet phenomenon appears to be returning to the forefront. And this one, well, it's a little out there (pun very much intended). Meet the monkey tail beard, Pandas. This beard style, sometimes known as the cat tail, is both bold and odd. But no one can disagree that it's eye-catching and deserving of being displayed in the internet's zoo.
Scroll down to see some of the best/worst examples of men who have ever donned the monkey tail beard, as compiled by Fx Pronto, and let us know which ones you liked/hated and why.
This, I believe, warrants a cautionary note: do not do this at home. But if you do... (and a part of me hopes that some of our readers are bold and fun enough to do so), send us pictures of your amazing beards! I'd do the same, but I was born in the monkey year, so I already do enough monkeying around.
It's not the first time the great/awful beard style has made an appearance on the internet. In 2012, 2013, 2016, 2019, and a little in mid-2020, the monkey tail beard made a big impression on the internet. We only hope that this look doesn't become too popular: it's quirky and fun, but can you see people wearing it to work?
Mike Fiers, the pitcher for the Oakland Athletics, is one of the most prominent personalities connected with the monkey tail beard style. In the Fall of 2019, the internet (and particularly Twitter) went crazy over this, resulting in a slew of memes and curiosity.
The A's, who have a great sense of humor, proudly displayed Fiers' beard on their face masks in the summer of 2020. Bob Melvin, the A's manager, also donned one of the pieces with the swirly beard. There were reports that Fiers had delivered the things to his teammates himself. What are your thoughts on the monkey tail beard, Pandas? Is it something you adore? Do you despise it? Is this something you'd wear for fun or to work once the lockdown requirements are relaxed? Let us know what you think in the comments area below.