“Among the site's most popular styles is "Dandy Soul," a mustache plus "chinstrap" beard outlining the edge of the face that the site says is great for partying.”
“Hiroko Tabuchi/WSJ Clothes-shop salesman Ken Miura, would like a 'chinstrap' beard.”
“He had shoulder-length black hair, a "chinstrap" goatee and a mustache.”
“There were wartime undertones in the 1940s suits...but it was the chinstrap hats reminiscent of cigarette girls that really had me swooning.”
“I was overwhelmed a little bit with the standing ovation and the reception that I got, but again, when you're going down there and everything, you have to buckle your chinstrap and win the game.”
“Their helmets with their double-chinstrap configuration look letter-perfect -- until a player goes into the game, at which point the chances of his helmet popping off are ... let's just say the odds are not acceptable.”
“Hamp was in charge of everything, including the helmets, and in those days everyone wore a single chinstrap, except Don Maynard, now in the NFL Hall of Fame, who wore no chinstrap at all, but insisted on picking out his own jockstrap every day.”
“Somehow the physics of chinstrap placement backfired: push on it the wrong way, usually below the chin, and the helmet with the double-chinstrap has a tendency to leave the player's head.”
“As far as I know, only a few quarterbacks go with the single chinstrap -- Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, and Kyle Orton -- but everyone on a football field these days runs the real risk of separating head from helmet, with all the risk that implies.”
“Ironically, this phenomenon began when helmets were putatively improved by installing a double-chinstrap system to keep them in place.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘chinstrap’.
List of words that contain the letter string *trap*. Some are obvious and apparent, such as trapezoid, while others are a bit less apparent, such as contrapuntist, ultraphysical, and intraperitoneal.
Okay guys let me get a visual of you all. Let me know what you carry on your cheeks... anything goes. Slang, Metaphors, you name that thing.
Lets put Axioms about beards in there to.
Adjectives used in actual (non-taxonomic) bird names, past and present.
Black and white truths: species, characters, myths, habitats, lore.
Just trying to make things more manageable for the moment
Looking for tweets for chinstrap.