MOVEMBER NO MO

WATCH: “How To Kill A Mustache” With Style And Grace

Now that Movember is over, you may consider shaving your mustache, but comedic duo Rhett & Link want you to think long and hard before giving your soup strainer/cookie duster/flavor saver/face caterpillar/ booger broom/[insert other brilliant mustache euphemism] the heave-mo. Just look at all the things you can do with that lovely lip blanket. But if you insist on clipping your dirt squirrel, do yourself and the world a favor by fashioning a llamastache. It’s what your nose neighbor would want.

h/t: After Elton

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5 Comments

  • flamingSPQRmonkey

    Ah, my straight roommate says he’s going to miss his womb broom. I say, I’m going to miss my dick duster. And so it goes, fashioning a llamastache with tears and beers.

  • MikeE

    personally, I think the dude in the video should worry about that hairdo (or rather, “hair don’t”) before worrying about shaving off his ‘stache.

    I miss the days of proudly-worn mustaches everywhere.

    The weather guy on one of our networks grew a mustache for Mouvember, and honestly he looks incredible with it. Very very hot! It will be a shame when he shaves it off. Some men just look awesome with a ‘stache.

  • Jaroslaw

    #2 – MikeE – I think that is a wig, purposely terrible. I think this video packed a
    lot of creativity in a very short time. I thought (except for the “have your WOMAN
    touch it”) it was hilarious!

  • MikeE

    @Jaroslaw: Don’t misunderstand me. I enjoyed the video, it was quite funny. I’m just of a generation that lived through the “mustache phase”, and I miss it. To me, every mustache shaved is a tragedy.

  • NuyoRiquena

    @MikeE: The “mustache phase” is great, from a distance. As a female I prefer a smoother face though. Their “sequel” addresses my concerns! http://youtu.be/loEDsHq06is ~_^

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