Growing a Mo and you get to choose!
October 16, 2008 at 6:56 pm Tyler Rousseau
Haven’t you also wondered what I would look like with an early 1900s mustache complete with connecting muttonchops?
How would you like to see me grow a tex-mex so hairy that little children fear there is a caterpillar on my lip?
Foundation is a charitable organization that began in Australia in 2004. Its primary focus was to create funds for cancer research with a focus on prostate cander. Over the past four years, the novelty has spread to England, Ireland, Spain, Canada and into the good ol’ U.S. of A. In just a short time, the Movember Foundation has raised over $29 million dollars in order to help find treatments for victims of prostate cancer.
All this money just by growing mustaches!
I am asking for your help as join the cause and risk strange looks in public, potentially painful ingrown nose hairs and possibly even rejection from my spouse and children as I try to smooch them with a lip-rug. Please consider donating whatever you ca
n (yes, it is tax deductable).
As an added incentive, whoever is the most charitable (i.e. sponsors the most amount of money), I will let him/her/them pick the style of mustache I grow over the month! That public humiliation thing could be a distinct possibility now.
During the month, I will also be setting up a day-by-day photo diary so that we can all share a little laugh as I grow my Mo from a strange straggle of stubble into the marvelous glory that is a mustache.
Many of us already know what it is like to have lost a loved one to cancer. I ask you to think of those who battle this illness, lost or survived their fights and please help me in fighting by donating whatever you can give
Tyler Rousseau (registration #1335611)
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