There are many parts to a man that grab our attention: abs, arms, face, those "V" indentations on the pelvis, etc., but chronically under-appreciated is the jawline and cheekbone aspect of the adult male.
It is thus proposed that "Strong Jawlines are Delicious"
Exhibit One: Richard Armitage
Exhibit Two: Liam Hemsworth
Exhibit Three: Tom Hiddleston
Exhibit Four: Nathan Page
Exhibit Five: Colin O'Donaghue
Exhibit Six: Tahmoh Penikett
Exhibit Seven: Michael Fassbender
While there are obviously more examples, we shall avail ourselves of the fine men listed today.
It appears the most common attribute is the angle of the jawline.
Plus, the sharp-but-not-too-sharp chin.
Note, while 'cheekbone hollows' and 'cheekbones sharp enough cut glass' are not mandatory, they are delightful.
To fully appreciate them, we must see the jawlines in action, i.e. kissing. It is a cruel twist of fate that to fully see the jawline in action, we cannot be part of the action. But we must remain impartial as scientists and not interfere with our subjects. Until the experiment is over, and then they're fair game.
We can see the jawline making quite pleasing angles and shapes, even when obstructed by 18th century clothing and sideburn choices.
RACHEL WEISZ GET OUT OF THE WAY.
I mean, our subject is blocked. We must find another sample.
Thus, strong jawlines are delicious. It's science.
DISCUSSION: A corollary of "Strong Jawlines are Delicious" is "Strong Jawlines are Generally Improved by 1-3 Days Worth of Stubble." Show your work.