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“1st Date” is a wickedly funny, sexy two-minute ink on paper animated short film by animator and comic book artist Nils Knoblich. The film follows a man’s dramatic crisis over his beloved mustache. Arthur has finally managed to land a date with beautiful Liza, but then things suddenly take a totally unexpected turn. While at first everything on his first date seemed to run smoothly, soon his mustache starts to get out of control. However, the end of the date turns out to be a very hot and steamy, sexy surprise!
This piece includes black-and-white illustrations, as well as the very funny animated short film.
http://disembedded.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/first-date-what-a-hot-and-sexy-surprise/“1st Date” is a wickedly funny, sexy two-minute ink on paper animated... more
A quick history lesson.
http://www.larevo.org/index.php?option=com_contentA quick history lesson.... more
A fine selection of moustaches for your perusal, difficult to know which one to choose.
http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/29218/moustache-styles-what-to-growA fine selection of moustaches for your perusal, difficult to know which one to... more
Queen's Freddie Mercury beat Basil Fawlty (or rather John Cleese) to pick up an award for Britain's Greatest Ever Moustache. Looks like this was only open to celebrities though otherwise I'm sure some of the wacky people from the Handlebar Club would be in there.
The top ten were
1. Freddie Mercury
2. John Cleese
3. Lord Kitchener
4. Charlie Chaplin
5. David Seaman
6. Bruce Forsyth
7. Terry Thomas
8. Peter Sellers
9. Des Lynam
10. Daley Thompson
Anyone else you think should be in there, or what about Greatest Taches from outside Britain?Queen's Freddie Mercury beat Basil Fawlty (or rather John Cleese) to pick up an... more
A Manchester boy has been sent home by his school and told not to return unless he shaves off the bum fluff moustache that's appeared on his top lip. 14-year-old Akaash Iqbal doesn't want to start shaving yet and depressingly informs the Daily Mail that, by not being allowed to return to lessons, he's missing out on attending important GCSE preparation classes.
Thankfully his dad, who looks like something off a David Hasselhoff album cover, comes out with much more exciting quotes (including one where he unintentionally take the mickey out of his own song's 'tache) and gives a smashing insight into the moment the school rang him with a code red shave alert.
"It is only a bit of fluff - you could hardly call it a moustache but he is just a child and shouldn't have to shave this young.
"They should make it a girls' school. I'm honestly staggered by it.
"I had a call telling me to have a razor on standby, shave Akaash when he got home and send him back."
Personally I reckon the kid should start shaving now so he's got some impressive stubble for when it comes to trying to get served in pubs.
What do you all think?A Manchester boy has been sent home by his school and told not to return unless he... more
At last! A festival to celebrate facial hair -- the Beard & Stache Fest is a month-long fete running from February 1 - March 1 in Seattle. Get your soul patch on, and check it out, dudes!
Event calendar includes Moustache Mondays and Facial Hair Fridays at various establishments around town, and the event culminates with an Awards Event & Show at the High Dive, March 1.At last! A festival to celebrate facial hair -- the Beard & Stache Fest is a... more
Most men, at one point or another, experiment with their facial hair. It’s a fairly easy way to impermanently change your face. We have short attentions spans, so you can understand how we might get sick of staring at that same ugly face day in and day out. Every day, you wake up to piss, and there it is. Your face, staring you square in the face. Facial hair is a great way to break up the monotony that your face brings to the table.
The problem with all this facial hair experimenting isn’t how absurd you might look with “The Hitler”, instead it’s that no one realizes the true powers all of these experiments bring.
FACIAL HAIR GIVES YOU POWERS!
That’s right, I’ve said it. Now you’re all like “Well I have a seriously rugged beard, where are my powers?” Facial hair won’t give you the power to leap buildings in a single bound or eat 7 saltines in under a minute, but some types can offer you some pretty cool power-ups none the less. I’ll let you in on some of the secrets, but you are totally going to have to buy the book for the whole list. Once I write a book that is.
Powers continue at the link above...Most men, at one point or another, experiment with their facial hair. It’s a... more
According to the book "Hair India - A Guide to the Bizarre Beards and Magnificent Moustaches of Hindustan," the mustaches which have been a proud cultural symbol of India are being trimmed as the country begins to grow more urban.
Author Richard McCallum says that younger men are being more clean shaven following in the steps of their idols & role models in Bollywood and Cricket, in which the star or the sportsman have almost no facial hair among themselves.
According to the proud owner of a handle bar mustache, Lalan Singh, 40, a restaurant doorman in Delhi's Connaught Place said, "Young people don't want an itchy moustache or beard which they think makes them look old."According to the book "Hair India - A Guide to the Bizarre Beards and Magnificent... more
From mullets to moustaches, the football stars of the 80s and 90s made for some of the hairiest Panini pics of all time.
One of the most impressive is the monster mullet of Rostock’s Mike Werner (top left photo), which truly fits the motto ‘business in the front, party in the back’.
Other favourites include the snaps of now-retired goalkeeper Oliver Kahn as a young newcomer and World Cup winner Andreas Brehme with a terrific mullet.
See the terrible pics at www.bild.comFrom mullets to moustaches, the football stars of the 80s and 90s made for some of the... more
It was the battle of the black noses in Germany this weekend as snuff snorters fought it out in a bizarre contest.
At the Snorting World Championships in Oberpfalz, Bavaria, 324 men and 48 women competed to see who could snort the most stuff in a minute. The contestants were snorting from a five gramme box, about the amount that would fit into a match box, according to organiser Josef Stangl.
Spectators amused themselves at the black snuff moustaches sported by the contestants after snorting.
And just to prove that Germany win at everything - they duly won in both the men’s and women’s snuff-snorting competitions.
Anyone see any resemblances there?It was the battle of the black noses in Germany this weekend as snuff snorters fought... more
It was a fight that pitted one whiskery British airman against the United States Air Force. But last night the Ministry of Defence said that Flight Lieutenant Chris Ball, right, had won his battle to keep his moustache while serving in the USAF in Afghanistan.It was a fight that pitted one whiskery British airman against the United States Air... more
Jon Rolston is a young urban bee keeper. In this pod, vc2 producer and College Current Executive, Matt Fisher takes a verite look a Jon's favorite hobby.Jon Rolston is a young urban bee keeper. In this pod, vc2 producer and College... more
MoustacheMe.com sells moustache stickers and calls us to liberate mundane, un-interesting marketing messages.
Get some moustaches, go wild then email them your pics.MoustacheMe.com sells moustache stickers and calls us to liberate mundane,... more