Of the 44 men who have been elected president, just 12 — 27 percent — have had some sort of facial hair while in office.

The most famous, of course, is Abraham Lincoln, our 16th president.

The best looking was Rutherford B. Hayes.

Rutherford B. Hayes. (Whitehouse.gov)

But, according to GQ, the president with the best facial hair was Ulysses S. Grant. Of Grant, the magazine writes: “Well-trimmed, yet not overly manicured, jawline? Check. Smattering of grey hairs, alluding to years spent on the battlefield reuniting a nation? Check. Slight hair wave, for added effect? Check.”

Can you name the other nine bearded, goateed or mustachioed men who have been president? The Post's Matea Gold and the Hill's Reid Wilson tried to do just that in this week's episode of Ciquizza, the quiz show podcast that some have described as “a thing on the Internet that's not bad.” Matea and Reid also tried to puzzle out where the fictional town of South Park is located in real life, which two fruits are anagrams of each other and how many children President John Tyler had.

That and much more — including haikus I wrote about the news! — is in this week's episode of Ciquizza! Make sure to subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher and give the pod an 11-star rating. Tell your friends about. Tell your enemies. Tell random people on the subway!