Announcing the First Annual Mustaches for Kids Photobomb Contest. Growers–send us your sweetest bombs and we’ll post them here. Just don’t make any enemies. Remember, you’re M4K ambassadors and this is a charity for kids. That said, the idea of ruining/enhancing a photo with your sweet ‘stache is an idea that has legs. Or whiskers.
Archive for October, 2009
Welcome to The Debunker, wherein our Mustache experts will address commonly held myths about Mustache Growth, in order to convince the skeptics among you that, yes, you can grow a Mustache for charity.
Myth #1: My girlfriend, boyfriend, spouse, partner, life mate won’t like it.
The Debunker says: Wrong! The minor tactile inconveniences you might face with kissing, nuzzling, or whatever funky stuff you’re into will be overshadowed by the intangible swagger of confidence and masculinity that the Mustache will bring. You will be attractive, bold, macho, and just a wee bit dangerous. But you’ll also be kind-hearted and sensitive–remember, it’s for the kids. Plus, the prickly stage only lasts for a week, at which point your silken wisps will feel like the gentlest of caresses, like a small kitten has taken residence on your upper lip. Everyone likes kittens.
Take that, Myth #1. We have vanquished thee!
If Jon Arbuckle can grow a ‘stache, so can you! Use our handy Chapter Locator Map to find a Mustaches for Kids chapter near you, and start giving pep talks to your upper lip. In many cities, Shaving Day is only weeks away.
Don’t see a chapter in your city or village? No problem–you can start one.
(Image used with permission of Dan Walsh at Garfield Minus Garfield. The man is generous AND he has a mustache. Kind of like all of you.)