Ahh, November. A magical time of year when flush, orange leaves are replaced with brittle, barren branches. A time when Scorpios everywhere hang their pumpkin spice lattes up above the mantlepiece and pull their Starbucks red cups out of storage. It's in this blissful month that adult males in North America undergo a drastic physical change. We're talking, of course, about Movember.
At this point, many of you may be thinking, "THUMP, we'd love to grow moustaches, really we would, but they just look so bad." That's quite alright—it's only natural to be afraid. Be calm, little doves. We're here to remind you that if your favourite disc jockeys can look good with a furry upper lip, then you can too.
(Since the Movember Foundation send out cease and decist letters to anyone promoting their organization, we encourage you all to do a little research and find a prostate cancer charity that you feel comfortable supporting.)
Ryan's moustache is the grocery store-bought BBQ chicken of facial hair. Sure, it won't knock you off your feet, but it's great value for money and it'll put a smile on your face.
At this point, we can go no further without bringing attention to Eric Sharp. Eric represents the perpetual battle that all men go through between having manly facial hair and having outlandish facial hair. It will shock and, at the same time, arouse.
If Seth's DJ sets are like fine dining, his moustache is like the caviar you eat off an escort at the W.
Andy's moustache is so fierce and supremely abbrasive, two bodyguards (pictured) were needed to stop is from throwing a book at the photographer.
We have no words to describe just how greasy and incredible JFK's moustache has been over the years. We can only bow down and hope that it finds us worthy.
DJ Harvey is the reason that "Moustache Rides: 25 Cents" tees exist.
Representing the ligher side of things Davide Squillace let's his soft upper lip occupy the subtle end of the moustache spectrum. It will kiss your forehead and tuck you in on cold winter nights.
Born of sleet and ice in the cold Norwegian city of Oslo, Todd Terje's moustache drinks only elk blood and can fell a full-grown arctic pine in a minute flat.
Let's just say that there's a reason Felix is a mascot for Whiska's.
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