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10 reasons why having a beard in Australia is absolutely necessary

10 reasons why having a beard in Australia is absolutely necessary

Movember is the hairiest month of the year! But especially in Australia men should have a beard all the year round…not only in November, lol. We found 10 good reasons why it’s good to have a beard in Australia while you’re on your Working Holiday…

1. In Australia the sun is really strong. But with a beard, you don’t need sun protection for your chin and cheek. So you save money that you can spend on extra shampoo.

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2. Your chances of getting a bartender job in a hip bar in Sydney or Melbourne increase significantly.

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3. Even when you do farm work you look like you never did something else before.

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4. And when you’re hired as a beekeeper your beard looks even more incredible.

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5. If you want to avoid real spiders you definitely need a beard in Australia! They’re too scared to come close to you.

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6. And when you’re doing a road trip you don’t need any plates…so convenient.

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7. Besides you can hide weird travel tattoos that you already regret…

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8. And while travelling around Australia and letting your beard grow you can make amazing time-lapse videos like this:

9. In the nighttime when you’re having a bonfire with all your friends your guitar skills seems more authentic…even if you can’t play any chords. It’s all about the look.

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10. And the best thing: You’re doing something good and important because for 30 days in November your beard turns into a walking billboard for men’s health.

Find more information on the official Movember website

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