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(bit late to the party)
I am already CAPTAIN of my works team. Mobro.co/stug
Supporting the nations testicles, poking my middle finger up to prostate cancer and saying bollocks to cancer in general.
Good golly Miss Molly, it's finally here. I awoke this morning to find a 'tache had taken up residence on my top lip.
Edit to mention, I have a team of fellow mo workers here...
And we are hosting an official mo party on 30th November
If anyone fancies a trip to the depths of South East London then you are welcome to join us. It is our first mo party so we haven't really arranged anything. Just a few of us going for a jolly knees up and a few drinks after work. If we get a fair few people coming then we will make it more of an event next year.
Edited loads to make the post tidy and links good and proper like what they ought to be innit bro. Peace out.
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Hey people, guess what. (team) lakedale group has raised 250 quid so far and i would like to get over the 500 quid mark. Check me out at http://mobro.co/stug and from there you can check out my team too. Also, don't forget we are having an official mo party if you are in the Plumstead area on friday November 30. Probably be karaoke and it would appear I will be in drag as a couple of people have pledged a bit of money to see me dressed as a lady all day at work.
I donated £50 to my brother who's growing his 'tache for Velindre Cancer Unit in Wales in memory of my Uncle Kirky who died earlier this year.
He texted me to ask if i had meant to donate so much
It seems to have worked and he's since raised £105, nice.
Good work and well done to all you chaps.
How many of you guys are keeping the 'tashe post-Movember? I'd do this, but I have a beard+tash all year round, so I'd have to take a step backwards.
Mine will be gone straight away. Too itchy and I shave more now then I did before I had one.
@warlockuk I'd have to get shot of it straight away. I keep stubbly during most of the year but i couldn't handle having one of those things under my nose for any real length of time. I hate getting beardy and the 'tache bit is the part that gets thinned out first when i shave/trim.
I hate warm hairy nostril moisture laiden air. If i HAD to wear a 'tache it'd be thin and not bushy in any way, shape or form.
Just came across this (not literally, although...)
@jellyhead so you'd prefer a paedo-stache rather than a man-stache?
I find a great proportion of my day is spent stroking my beard. As long as you trim the gob area to facilitate eating it's usually ok once you get used to the additional manliness.
@warlockuk Nope, by thinned i mean non-bushy not a pencil 'tache. Anyway that can't be a paedo 'tache as i haven't seen any MPs with one!
Beards are fun but i tend to grow one then spend half an hour in front of a mirror shaving it off in different styles when i get bored.
Yeah, that's pretty much what happens whenever I shave mine off. I just get bored and trim + mess about until there's nothing left 'cept my face looking like I'm 12
Mo growth so far.A study with still images and music.
My latest mo stats for you all to ponder and amaze over.
£1 away from getting a free Mo gala party ticket.
£6 away from claiming the top step on our team leader board.
£20 more needed for our team to hit the next nice round number.
£500 is our team minimum target for Movember (£120 away).
£17,180 raised by Philip Bloom, top of the individual fund raising leader board.
£41,153,354 raised so far, world wide. Just goes to show how every little bit helps.
Funds raised by over one million 'tache cultivators across the globe.
Check out my mo page for all the info about how the money is raised, where it goes world wide and in our own country. Also you can donate, securely, online and don't forget to tick the gift aid box. Gift aid means that an extra 25p of every £1 you donate goes to the charity instead of to the tax man.
Had a few more donations. I am now level pegging on the top step if our team leader board but I want it to myself, so please donate if you can. Also, our team has gone past the £500 target we set ourselves so we are now aiming for £750 minimum. If you can spare a few quid it would be greatly appreciated. http://mobro.co/stug
I know I'm a pain and keep bumping this thread, but it is for a good cause. My team is only £100 away from raising £750 which would be great (even though £1000 would be better) so as we are in the last week I am on a final push for donations. If you have any spare funds it would go to a great charity. I know it's the last payday before Christmas, but every little bit helps. Check out my page, and see the team via the link on the right of my mo space. Thanks.
Fly away to mo heaven.
I am normally moustached and bearded, hence I find this all a bit odd. Charity aside, obv.
Why don't you shave it all off for charity?
A beard is for life, not just November
The moustache thing is really because iwe are raising funds and awareness for male cancers (testicular and prostate). It is all about men doing what predominantly men can do, so we grow moustaches for a month and try and promote the movember charity website which has loads of info about what you need to check at whatever stage of life you're at. We have one bloke on our team that has had a tache for twenty odd years, so he shaved it off so he could join in.
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You've changed a bit, the moustache I recognise.
What a handsome chappie.
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