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The Return of the Mustache


#1

Alrighty then! Who has em' & for how long? And is it a keeper for now?

http://video.msn.com/v/us/v.htm?g=413a6bde-500e-4313-9587-87a02c300b46&t=s7&f=06/64&p=Living_NBC


#2

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


#3

Ive shaved my upper lip twice since 1987; both times for DA photos. Ive had more trouble with the army and my mustache than I ever had with women and my mustache.


#4

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#5

MMM who is that good looking fella!?
Oh, thats me. Nevermind.

I have had my mustache for 2 years. I see no reason to shave it.


#6

Oh Gunther...

I want to touch your ya-ya!


#7

I believe that's off-limits. As far as I know, his tralala and his ding ding dong are all yours, though.


#8

Christ this is a good topic.


#9

To hell with the moustache. Go really retro and grow muttonchops, maybe a van-dyke.

I myself do not have the gift of beard or stach, so I mock that which I cannot possess.


#10

i like the jesus look myself.


#11

I've had one since 1987. Grew it while on an outward bound trip (I had a beard in 5 days). Since then I alternate between a van dyke/goatee w/mustache, a full beard and a partial beard. Right now I have the mustache and a partial beard...the sideburns hit the bottom of my face under the ear and head over to my chin. the beard is like 1/2" high. My wife likes it. Once it warms up I resort back to a van dyke. Winter calls for a heavier beard. When I rotate it's usually due to my not paying attention when I trim it.


#12

Nothing beats the Bill Dee Williams.


#13


#14

a phrase coined back in the day before Rohytnol.


#15

Things were so much simpler then. Now, you need a BS degree in Chemistry just to get laid.


#16

Or a case of natty light...


#17

The degree does help when whipping up a batch of roofies or measuring out a proper does of ether.