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    That whole neck merging with chin thing is more common in the men in England than any other group I've seen.

    Take Zach Braff's chin as an example (ironic with him being American, but his ancestors were probably English anyway)




    Compare this to someone like Arnold Schwarzenegger


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    Because Arnold Schwarzenneger is the former strongest man in the world, and Zach Braff is not?

    Seriously, get a clue.
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    (Original post by Aphotic Cosmos)
    Because Arnold Schwarzenneger is the former strongest man in the world, and Zach Braff is not?

    Seriously, get a clue.

    ... Yes, because building muscle changes the bone structure of your jaw.
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    Conclusive proof there.
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    What has the bone structure of someone's jaw got to do with anything important ever? :confused:
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    (Original post by Areyoukidding?)
    ... Yes, because building muscle changes the bone structure of your jaw.
    "Chinlessness" is nothing to do with bone structure - it's about how much flesh is present on the lower jaw and how it's distributed.

    Someone who lifted weights and worked out for a living is going to be more defined than someone who does not.
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    wtf is weak chin, never heard that phrase before.
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    Dunno lol
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    your right, a lot do have really unsubstantial chins!


    Its kinda... But theres nothing wrong with it. Makes them more englishyyy.
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    It made me go check my chin in the mirror :P
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    (Original post by Aphotic Cosmos)
    "Chinlessness" is nothing to do with bone structure - it's about how much flesh is present on the lower jaw and how it's distributed.

    Someone who lifted weights and worked out for a living is going to be more defined than someone who does not.

    No, it's literally entirely about bone structure.

    Man with muscle and weak chin:




    Man without muscle and prominent chin:

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    Uhhh hello Jimmy Hill?
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    What has the bone structure of someone's jaw got to do with anything important ever? :confused:

    I'm not saying it does or doesn't. I'm just saying "English men seem to often have weak chins"
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    I love how you assume 'whats his name from scrubs' has british ancestors instead of bothering to google an actual british person :rofl:
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    (Original post by khalaf)
    I love how you assume 'whats his name from scrubs' has british ancestors instead of bothering to google an actual british person :rofl:

    It's just an example - a lot of British guys have that exact type of chin.

    Obviously not all, and not everyone who does is British, but the proportion seems pretty damn high.
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    Weak chin.. or as my friends and I like to refer to it: 'feck'
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    You are speaking such ******* BS op.
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    I tried to pursuade my chin to work out more, but it refused point blank.
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    (Original post by dannylj)
    You are speaking such ******* BS op.
    Actually, I'm not.
 
 
 
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