November marks “Movember,” the month-long charity event in which men will attempt to grow mustaches to look like President William Howard Taft, Burt Reynolds or Nick Offerman (also a “Movember” spokesman), while raising money for men’s health causes like testicular and prostate cancers.
To help out rookies who are trying to grow good ‘staches for these good causes, NewsFeed talked to a few experts:
- Adam Paul Causgrove, 29, a grants administrator in the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Microbiology & Molecular Genetics and the President and Chairman of the American Mustache Institute, an interest group for “mustached Americans.” He sports a classic handlebar mustache with ends that curl upwards.
Patrick Fette, 27, the Louisville, Ky., resident, who has only had a mustache for two years, but was crowned the new world champion in the
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