Thirteen Questionable Mustaches from the Pitchfork Music Festival

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As a fad or trend, mustaches are rather passe. (Shh -- don't break the hearts of the fine folks at the American Mustache Institute, who have made the facial hair their life's passion.) But someone forgot to tell the attendees of last weekend's Pitchfork Music Festival that not everyone can rock the 'stache. Still, photographer Jason Stoff soldiered on to find the dudes with the most unique -- or interesting -- facial hair, and brought back the following specimens.

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Oates, is that you? Where's Hall? Oh wait -- that's just Local Natives frontman Taylor Rice.

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Robin Yount would be so proud!

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He'll serve you up a frosty sarsaparilla at the saloon.

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Aww, Vampire Weekend can finally grow facial hair.

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An off-duty ChiPs officer, perhaps.

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He's really rather be seeing Mastodon or High on Fire than this hipster bullshit.

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Principal Rooney from Ferris Bueller's Day Off: Portrait As a Young Man.

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Run! It's a garden gnome!

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Batman.

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It's...trying....to...grow!

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"I am the eggman/I am the walrus!"

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Grad student of Philosophy?

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Chances are, this guy was served by our old-tyme friend on page one.

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