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#1 Posted by Mushir (2631 posts) -


#2 Posted by Winternet (8234 posts) -

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

#3 Posted by TheHumanDove (2522 posts) -

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

#4 Posted by Winternet (8234 posts) -

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

#5 Posted by BillyTheKid (535 posts) -

I would but sadly my hair follicles in my face have other plans. I am pretty sure if I participated I would look different only by a small margin.

#6 Posted by SMTDante89 (2722 posts) -

Guess I should have said I'm already rocking facial hair, but I won't be shaving it during Movember, so I hit yes.

#7 Posted by Winternet (8234 posts) -

I also fail to see how growing a mustache helps prostate cancer patients, but ok. Anyway, I have facial hair. Am I helping already?

#8 Posted by ProfessorEss (7648 posts) -

I normally don't because I'm typically rockin a short beard already but I had to shave it for Halloween so I'm thinkin I might give it a go.

Though last time I grew a straight up mustache (5 years ago?) it didn't last very long. That molester looking back at me in the mirror really puts me on edge.

#9 Posted by Turtlebird95 (2993 posts) -
@Winternet said:

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

How's life underneath that rock?
#10 Posted by TheHumanDove (2522 posts) -

@Winternet said:

I also fail to see how growing a mustache helps prostate cancer patients, but ok. Anyway, I have facial hair. Am I helping already?

Cute, but no. You raise money within your community and donate it.

#11 Posted by Winternet (8234 posts) -

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I also fail to see how growing a mustache helps prostate cancer patients, but ok. Anyway, I have facial hair. Am I helping already?

Cute, but no. You raise money within your community and donate it.

Oh, ok. So money is the one helping cancer patients. The mustache is just a bonus. I think I get it now.

@Turtlebird95: if by rock you mean 90% of the Earth, then yeah it's ok. Nothing special, but still, it's fine. (oh god, so many commas)

#12 Posted by ToxicFruit (1884 posts) -

We already did that in march here in Iceland and it looked awe full on me than : /

#13 Posted by Rainbowkisses (519 posts) -

I've heard it called No Shave November but never Movember. I'm already rocking facial hair by the way.

#14 Posted by crusader8463 (14744 posts) -

Sadly no. In the 26 years I have lived on this planet I have never been able to grow facial hair in the mustache area. What I wouldn't give to be able to though.

#15 Edited by Colourful_Hippie (4761 posts) -

I hate mustaches so no, but I already have a beard so that's something.

#16 Posted by Slax (1002 posts) -

I'm taking part in no shave Octember. So I guess I have a head start?

#17 Posted by Demoskinos (16115 posts) -

Real men always have facial hair. BEARDS ALWAYS SON.

#18 Edited by MikkaQ (10296 posts) -

I'm at the point where in all other situations I'd have shaved by now. But it's already November, so fuck it. We have a Movember contest at work usually, but there are some supremely bearded men there so I think they'll be getting all the donations. Next year though... watch the fuck out.

#19 Posted by _Chad (995 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

Real men always have facial hair. BEARDS ALWAYS SON.

#20 Posted by cannonballBAM (659 posts) -

I thought it was Novembeard, Decembeard, Manuary and Mustache March.

#21 Posted by Cameron (616 posts) -

You know what makes way more sense than growing a mustache? Giving money to a cancer research fund. That way you can feel good and avoid looking like a pedophile, it's win-win. And yes I'm aware that some people get pledges from others to grow the mustache, and that's fine, but most people don't, and they just look creepy for a month.

#22 Posted by Redbullet685 (6178 posts) -

I am taking part in No Shave November. So I guess?

#23 Posted by Zomgfruitbunnies (974 posts) -

I can't grow facial hair, don't have a lot of money, but also don't want prostate cancer. What do (other than masturbate a lot)?

#24 Posted by FrankieSpankie (228 posts) -

Never understood the logic of growing facial hair based on what month it is... Even if I did, I wouldn't be able to for work purposes. Well I could but I'd have to keep touching it up to keep it reasonable looking and that's way too much work.

#25 Posted by BraveToaster (12636 posts) -

@Winternet said:

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

Don't worry, I haven't either.

#26 Edited by TheHumanDove (2522 posts) -

@BraveToaster said:

@Winternet said:

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

Don't worry, I haven't either.

What country do you people hail from?!

@FrankieSpankie the logic is you do it to raise money by getting pledges for cancer research. It's akin to running some breast cancer marathon thing. But with growing hair.

#27 Posted by BraveToaster (12636 posts) -

@TheHumanDove said:

@BraveToaster said:

@Winternet said:

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

Don't worry, I haven't either.

What country do you people hail from?!

The U.S.

#28 Posted by Danteveli (1283 posts) -

Yes

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#29 Posted by Ravenlight (8057 posts) -

No, I celebrate Mustachuary.

#30 Posted by SethPhotopoulos (5741 posts) -

I shaved into a mustache just cause I was in a hurry and didn't have time to do the upper lip. I guess I'll keep it that way then.

#31 Edited by Inkerman (1492 posts) -

@cannonballBAM said:

Manuary

No Manuary is the one where we all fight bears.

#32 Posted by Godlyawesomeguy (6419 posts) -

I call it Beardvember, but sure! Even though my school does not allow me to go unshaven, I will anyway!

Also, this is No Fap November! Who is with me in going on this quest?

#33 Posted by Sploder (918 posts) -

Can't grow a mustache :(

#34 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3456 posts) -

I'm afraid not.

#35 Posted by Azteck (7416 posts) -

Can't grow good looking facial hair so nope.

#36 Posted by CaLe (4183 posts) -

I don't do charity.

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#37 Posted by AlexanderSheen (5147 posts) -

@BraveToaster said:

@Winternet said:

@TheHumanDove said:

@Winternet said:

I'm afraid to ask what that means.

Really? Growing a mustache to support funding on prostate cancer

Never heard of it before.

Don't worry, I haven't either.

Me neither. It sounds really stupid though.

#38 Posted by enkind (2916 posts) -

I'm already sporting a circle beard. Is there somewhere I can actually help this funding or is it simply like breast cancer with the color pink (awareness mainly)?

PS: The descriptions on those sites made me laugh.

#39 Posted by 42manZ (121 posts) -

@Demoskinos said:

Real men always have facial hair. BEARDS ALWAYS SON.

#40 Posted by AhmadMetallic (19303 posts) -

I keep a trimmed beard including a light mustache

#41 Posted by Hunter5024 (6250 posts) -

Shavings a pain in the ass, so yes.

#42 Posted by TobbRobb (4989 posts) -

I would if I could. </3

#43 Posted by habster3 (3618 posts) -

I would, but my school doesn't allow facial hair...

#44 Posted by Ben_H (3549 posts) -

Can't because of work (I would have to wear a beard net and that will never, EVER happen), plus if I grow facial hair I would just go the whole way and grow a beard, but that will never happen because I don't like facial hair.

#45 Edited by Canteu (2863 posts) -

I cannot grow facial hair. It is both a blessing and a curse. I'll probably put some money into a few of my friends drives though.

@alexandersheen yup, supporting cancer research sure is dumb.

@CaLe well good luck if you ever get an illness that has research supported by public funds and drives. I'm sure you'll turn down all treatments since they were funded by charity.

#46 Posted by TooWalrus (13303 posts) -

I've been wearing a beard for a few years now, I was thinking about shaving for "no-shave-November", just to be a non-conformist.

#47 Posted by CaLe (4183 posts) -

@Canteu said:

@CaLe well good luck if you ever get an illness that has research supported by public funds and drives. I'm sure you'll turn down all treatments since they were funded by charity.

No. I wouldn't bother to ask about such details.

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#48 Posted by Imsorrymsjackson (866 posts) -

I am indeed. Lost my uncle to cancer a couple of months ago, so im growing a sweet one. I have already raised £1700 already which is nice!!

#49 Posted by jonano (389 posts) -

I like to have an excuse to grow a mustache ha ha

#50 Posted by jakob187 (22290 posts) -
Year-round supporter of Movember. Also, I have a bitchin' handphone.