Monday, November 26, 2012

HAPPY MOVEMBER EVERYONE!


Hey, did you know it’s Movember?





It means it's mustache-november, a month of growing a creepy ass mustache. Gross.








Anyway, it’s movember! And Pickleope is growing a creepy ass moustache (sorry) and raising money for charity! So you should totally donate to  it. Here.

And don’t judge men for their creepy ass mustaches this month.

14 comments:

  1. Thank you so much! And no apologies necessary, mustaches are the universal symbol of the overly-affectionate uncle (aka Uncle Grabby-Hands) we all know that. I sincerely appreciate the support.

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  2. Wonderful. I'll do as you instruct and save my judgment of male mustaches until next month... creepy as they are. [No, wait. No one said that here.]

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  3. For a minute there, I thought "creepy ASS mustache" meant something you'd have a lot of trouble shaving.
    Whew.
    I really can't grow facial hair anyway.
    I end up looking like Yassir Arafat or Festus from Gunsmoke.
    And that's not a good look, especially since they're both dead.

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  4. Not all mustaches are creepy. My dad rocks the hell out of the 'dad mustache.' I couldn't imagine him without it. And yet, if I grew one I'd look like a pedophile. I guess that's one thing I didn't inherit from the old man.

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  5. my dad looks creepy without a mustache but then again i prefer my men without those facial hair.
    :)

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  6. The problem I have with Movember is wanting to ask someone if their 'stache is for Movember but being afraid their answer will be "Movember??".

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  7. Ug, the whole mustache thing totally creeps me out. Although your hipster like mustaches were awesome ;)

    Funny and ridiculous post as always! The "penis cancer" line totally made me laugh out loud. hehe :D

    p.s. Btw, this is Alejandra, from Musings in Red. I've split my old blog into two: an inspirational blog, "Parasol Dreams", and THIS book review blog.

    I've been dying to have a blog officially dedicated to JUST book reviews for quite a while, so I'm quite excited about this! :)

    And the reason I'm boring you with all this information is that I'm just letting all the blogs I follow know about my new blog name so that they don't think I've abandoned them. Or that I died. Or some other tragical thing like that. :)

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  8. I like facial hair as long as it's on men. When I worked in a nursing home, I sometimes had to shave the old ladies. Yes, this is our future.

    Love,
    Janie

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  9. Ha! I was wondering why you had a mustache!

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  10. Oh, and as far as "Ball Cancer" goes... ?
    I'd much rather have a mustache on my ass, thank you very much.

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  11. All the local police in my town are participating in Movember. I told one of them he resembled one of those nice fellows on the sex offender flyers.

    He only sort of chuckled.

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  12. You look good with the mustache.

    And I agree with you. I think ball cancer is the same as prostate cancer, and it is, in fact, a better term!

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  13. Ah yes, Movember. I posted a while back about it, last year my husband and his buddies grew mustaches, and we went round and round over the ickiness of it. Yeah, it's for a good cause, but those things are not made for kissing.

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  14. I'm all for No Shave November. Some guys look really hot with their fur. The sole moustache is always creepy though.

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