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 Post subject: Re: Comments on your moustache
PostPosted: 4:05 on Tuesday January 24th 2012 
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One of the most awesome comments I've received came from a friend of mine at work today:

"Your face is like a moustache paradise."

Wow. Hard to top.

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PostPosted: 15:18 on Tuesday January 24th 2012 
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Not really a comment, but appropriate.

I teach middle school, and I have found that I get a lot less "flack" from kids with the 'stache than before I had it. All I have to do is give kids "the look" and the nonsense stops.

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PostPosted: 15:50 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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I had to take my older son to the emergency room over the weekend. Now mind you, it was 4 AM when we got there.

The desk clerk in the pediatric ER was a huge (translate: bouncer) type guy. He looks up at me and says, "Wow. Awesome handlebars!" My reply, "Thanks. I guess it still looks ok even at 4 AM."

Then one of the doctors that saw my son came in. He didn't say anything, but "the look" was definitely there - you know, the 'stache envy look.

Made the trip to the ER a lot more pleasant.

And my son is OK now.

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PostPosted: 20:35 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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The thing I've found as a newbie is the guys I see regularly are all very positive/inquisitive/encouraging etc. The women have little if anythign to say.

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 Post subject: Re: Comments on your moustache
PostPosted: 20:42 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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Very true, sailor!

Or, men positive, women, negative!

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 Post subject: Re: Comments on your moustache
PostPosted: 20:44 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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DEFINITELY a guy thing. I guess it's like women with shoes or handbags.They don't "get" the furry lip and the only thing we get about the leather accessories are the bills....

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PostPosted: 22:26 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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Some girls want to take a picture with me (I mean with the'stache), as this such cutie in the following pic taken last week during an evening out in town with a friend. Sadly her and her friend disappeared as soon as they got what they wanted.

Girls only seem to like the moustache, not what is under! *** I think I have suffered a small delusion on this point... ***

In any way this is somewhat of a paradox, since what we are usually attracted to in women is the way they take care of themselves, and what man takes more care of himself than a clean-shaven man with a handlebar?


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PostPosted: 22:33 on Monday January 30th 2012 
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sailor61 wrote:
The thing I've found as a newbie is the guys I see regularly are all very positive/inquisitive/encouraging etc. The women have little if anythign to say.


Women often appear astonished, and little else, men are just like "rock on!"


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PostPosted: 4:17 on Tuesday January 31st 2012 
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I have had many women want to take pictures of it and with them in it, often late at night or when alcohol is involved. They seem more interested in the stache than me unfortunately:-{(
I did have a woman come up to me as I entered my favorite lunch place (Cheers, where everyone knows my name!). She told me her husband had a "man-crush" on my mustache. I'm not sure what that meant but I took it as a compliment. Mostly the women who comment positively on my handlebars are married or much older (unavailable or uninterested).
AndyB, NH.


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I have had many women want to take pictures of it and with them in it, often late at night or when alcohol is involved. They seem more interested in the stache than me unfortunately:-{(
I did have a woman come up to me as I entered my favorite lunch place (Cheers, where everyone knows my name!). She told me her husband had a "man-crush" on my mustache. I'm not sure what that meant but I took it as a compliment. Mostly the women who comment positively on my handlebars are married or much older (unavailable or uninterested).
AndyB, NH.


Yes some friend told me to shave it because, he said, I will "never ever hook up" with it again. I am dedicated to prove him wrong yes I have faith and hope that out there is a real woman interested in a real man.


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I had a woman look at my mustache and say, "Geez, that's a big hairy thing, isn't it?" The look on her face was not one of approval. I said, "Have you ever had a lesbian experience?" Her jaw did drop, and before she could answer, I said, "Then give me a kiss."

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PERFECT

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MassBob: awesome...

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MassachusettsBob wrote:
I had a woman look at my mustache and say, "Geez, that's a big hairy thing, isn't it?" The look on her face was not one of approval. I said, "Have you ever had a lesbian experience?" Her jaw did drop, and before she could answer, I said, "Then give me a kiss."

Cheers,

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Did she give you one?


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 Post subject: Re: Comments on your moustache
PostPosted: 6:41 on Wednesday February 1st 2012 
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I want a woman who can see me, past my moustache, without trying to overlook it. Preferably one who is turned on by it.

I have no idea what it's like to kiss a guy with a big moustache or moustache and beard - and really don't want to know - so I'm afraid I have no way to how "challenging" that is for her. Some are probably leery/afraid to brave it. Wax might be a turn off for some, fearing getting "that greasy stuff" on their faces. Hey, we have to put up with lipstick.

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