Moustaches (mustaches sp.) are wonderful things, they can be groomed, grown wild or printed to novelty-size and applied in suspicious places
. Many famous men (and some women) from history have owed their notoriety to their unmistakable moustaches, I wanted to join the ranks of these prestigious moustaches and decided to grown my own and then explore the uses I could do with my new face fur. Here are 10 unusual uses for moustaches.
After growing a full beard I shaved it into a rakish moustache, sure to tantalize even the most fickle mustachio aficionado. I soon noticed a change all around me, everywhere I went women were mesmerized and drawn to me, and men wanted duel in the streets.Whoa
, moustaches have a strange, powerful effect on people.
Don't take my word for it, here's some interesting trivia about just how awesome moustaches are:
In a standard deck of playing cards the King of Hearts is the only king without a moustache.
Scientific research, commissioned by the Guinness Brewing Company, found that the average mustachioed Guinness drinker traps a pint and a half of beer in their moustaches every year.
On average a man with a moustache touches it 760 time in a 24 hr day.
The oldest artifact portraying a moustache was from 300.BC
Burt Reynolds is widely considered the world's 'Manliest Man' (c.1972), in no small part to his full moustache.
Men with moustaches are better lovers. Ok, I made that one up.
Trivia aside, moustaches have defined great men and their identity for centuries: Nietzsche, Dali, Einstein, Hulk Hogan...and now, me1
! But, aside from looking devilishly handsome and irresistible, what else can you do with your moustache?
Follow along and learn 10 unusual uses for moustaches!1 (citation needed)