29.Nov.2009 Movember Moustache Photo Diary: Days 28 and 29

Wow, it’s almost over. Movember is terrifyingly close to ending and I don’t think I want to get rid of this delightful moustache. It’s really a fine addition to any male face.

For instance, I was buying beer yesterday with my girlfriend. The cashier looked at my mustachioed face and didn’t ask for any form of identification. However, when she peered at my girlfriend’s non-mustached—albeit lovely—face, she was forced to check her driver’s license. I’m not suggesting young children affix fake moustaches to their upper lips and attempt to buy alcohol, I’m just pleased my month’s worth of growth saved me the ridiculously minor complication of taking out my I.D. Hooray Movember!

Alas, all good things must come to an end. But I certainly don’t want to be saying that about any of you fine gentlemen out there after cancer has done it’s work, so please donate now and make an investment for your own future! And if you don’t want to donate, please at least make sure to see a doctor regularly so testicular and prostate cancer can’t worked their wicked ways without being noticed, treated and defeated!

Jim Gibbons: Movember 28, 2009

Jim Gibbons: Movember 28, 2009


Matthew Lubicky: Movember 28, 2009

Matthew Lubicky: Movember 28, 2009


Jim Gibbons: Movember 29, 2009

Jim Gibbons: Movember 29, 2009


Matthew Lubicky: Movember 29, 2009

Matthew Lubicky: Movember 29, 2009

Please, donate to Movember, it’s a great cause. Or, if you’ve just enjoyed the many moustaches posted here over the past month, you can tip us with a donation here. Thanks much!

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  • bill says:

    Are you sure the liquor store guy didn’t just recognize you? LOL. All kinding aside, i remember getting served beer when I was 16 (junior counselor years jimbo) after asking (in high-pitched school-girl voice) ‘may i have three heinekins please?” haha. Sidenote, with your ferocious mane of hair, I think you could have passed for 21 back then too… Seriously, what the fuck crazy swedish genes give a kid a hairy chest in middle school? And finally, not to difulge TOO much service industry tricks… You always ask for a lady’s ID… making someone over 21 feel like they look younger is like crack for their ego… Not saying that’s what happened but…