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LOOK: Mr. Incredibeard's Beard Is Getting A Lot Of Attention...Can Your Beard Do This?

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KHQ.COM - Isaiah Webb, aka "Mr. Incredibeard," has been getting a lot of attention...or rather, his beard has been getting a lot of attention. Photos of his beard are going viral and his beard even has a Facebook and Twitter page.

We have to admit, his beard is pretty impressive. Any beard that can double as a bowl to hold your noodles probably deserves a little fame.

What do you think? Impressive? What can your beard do?
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