Thursday, November 1, 2012

Mustaches Are Magical

Tom Selleck. Burt Reynolds. Alex Trebek. Atlanta's top meteorologist, Ken Cook. Ron Burgundy. What do these men all have in common? That's right. Mustaches! I've always believed that a mustache is more than just facial hair grown on a male's upper lip. Whether it's a Handlebar, Chevron, Dali, Imperial, Pencil, or Fu-manchu, these lip sweaters have magical powers that transform a mere dude into a magnificent sexy beast of a man. They also raise awareness and funds for men’s health. I told you they have magical powers.

On November 1, men all over the world ditch their razors and grow mustaches for Movember. I am happy to announce that I have joined the ScapeGoat Ink's Bullet-Proof 'Staches team! We're raising some coin for men's health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer. In a cruel twist of fate, I am not able to join the Mo Bros and grow upper lip plumage... because, I'm a girl. Instead, I am a Mo Sista and support the awesome dudes on my team by raising money and spreading awareness!

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Hot damn! I look debonair! Sigh. If only...

My Movember team captain, Mike Myers, of ScapeGoat Ink is also my cousin. I saw his frank and beans once. Relax - I was visiting my relatives in Chicago and we were both under the age of 10. He didn't wait for me to clear the bathroom before he undressed to take a shower. Gah, you guys are perverts. Since his were the very first male underneathy bits to ever flash before my eyes, I thought it was only fitting to join his Movember team. Here is some wicked important, yet super hilarious information from his blog Dipso Facto ScapeGoat Ink on either joining ScapeGoat Ink's Bullet-Proof 'Staches  or ways to donate to our team:


 This year, we honor the great men who have grown before us and, as Movember and Sons, pay respect to the simple truth that knowledge is power and moustache is king. That, my friends, is why ScapeGoat Ink has registered and started a Movember team for the fourth year in a row. Wow, four years of looking manly and sexy as hell! Our team, ScapeGoat Ink's Bullet-Proof 'Staches, pledges to cultivate genuine, 100 percent, face-grown lip rags for the next 30 days, starting November 1, 2012, to raise awareness and funds for men’s health.

This year we're opening the doors up to our fans and supporters to join our team so that together we can raise awareness AND look dead sexy while doing it. You can participate by either growing a wicked cookie duster as a ScapeGoat Ink Mo Bro, or join as a ScapeGoat Ink Mo Sista to help recruit others, share knowledge, and support Mo growers. To join our team, click here or cut and paste this link into your web browser:https://www.movember.com/us/register/details/team_id/463029!

Once registered, Movember will send you all the information you need to start raising awareness and funds for men’s health as part of our Movember team. And, feel free to spread the word to anyone else who might want to join or who would look stunning with a lip tickler. Plus, if you join our team and you raise $75 or more in donations then you will receive a FREE ScapeGoat Ink logo t-shirt as a thank you from us for all your hard work and efforts.



ScapeGoat Ink's Original LiverStrong t-shirt

If that's not enough, anyone who purchases a ScapeGoat Ink LiverStrong t-shirt (shown above) during the month of November, we will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Movember charity, in honor of the fight against cancer. Now remember, we only have a month to grow Mo's and raise awareness and funds, so please come along for the mustache ride—Heyo! 

I encourage you to read ScapeGoat Ink's blog and check out the t-shirts. It will change your life. I promise.


So there you have it guys and gals. Throughout the month of November, be sure to stop by the "You'll Be Fine. I Promise." facebook page for updates on ScapeGoat Ink's Bullet-Proof 'Staches team's flavor saver growing and fundraising progress, plus valuable information about men's health. I will also have a link to our team page on the bottom of my blogs in November so you can behold all the mustache growing glory and donate, donate, donate!! I love the dudes in my life and I'm sure you love your dudes, too... let's do everything we can to keep them healthy and aware.

Alright boys - start growing those sexy 'Staches! 

8 comments:

  1. Sweet 'stache girl! Well, my man seems to be a not so Movember friendly person, he has a lot of Cherokee in him, so he's pretty much hairless. I on the other hand have like 100% German blood... so, yeah, I'll just have to grow mine out! It will not be nearly as noticable, but it's there!
    You are awesome!
    Your cheesy pal - H

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    1. Dear Heather,
      Oh that's a shame about your man. He's sexy anyway! As for your "mustache," I bet you look phenomenal and I'm sure you could put Frida Kahlo to shame! (Girl, you are my kind of funny!)
      YOU are awesome!
      Love to my cheesy pal,
      Terese

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  2. Awesome! Mike is doing this with his office. He had to go in clean shaven this morning - no head start for him!

    Gook luck Mo Sista! <3

    -Jess

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    1. Dear Jess,
      That is great! I know it will be difficult, but try to contain yourself while in the midst of all that manly lip sweater growing! Be sure to get pictures of his progress.
      Thanks Mo Sista!
      Love,
      Terese

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  3. Que Karate Kid theme song..."You're the best aroooound." Thanks for joining the team, thanks for the post, and thanks for sharing with your readers about my frank and beans. Now let's kick cancer in ITS frank and beans!

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    1. Dear SGI,
      D'awww! That's what family is for... helping each other out and sharing embarrassing childhood stories on the internet for the world to see.
      I'm all about kicking cancer in the jimmies! Go team!
      Love,
      Terese

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  4. Sweet! You look quite.. what is the word I am looking for, unique with a mustache. Keep on fighting for the cause....

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    1. Dear Anon,
      Thank you! It's a real shame I can't actually grow a real 'stache... it would be majestic and awe-inspiring.
      Don't forget to spread the word! Thanks for your support!
      Love,
      Terese

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